There was a time in Middlemarch when locals reckoned you
could kick a tussock and either a rabbit or a member of the
Tisdall family would jump out.
The discovery of toxic mould growing in the walls of a
classroom and another building at Bayfield High School in
Dunedin has prompted the school to demolish and rebuild the
facilities at a cost of $1.4 million.
Tony Glassford should have told his fishing buddies was that
he caught a 4m marlin which got away after it broke his rod
and his boat.
Jake Cropley has no Celtic ancestry, but that is not stopping
the 18-year-old from helping New Zealand forge stronger
cultural links with Scotland.
The moment Ruby Harris (15) and Naomi Ashby-Ryan (14) finish
secondary school, they plan to head straight for Hollywood.
Tobias Devereux has done it again.
The number of people serving on
school boards of trustees in Otago has declined by 133 in the
Buying school uniforms is a costly annual
exercise which can force some parents beyond their financial
limits and under the couch cushions looking for loose change.
These days Josh MacMillan divides his life into two parts -
bOB and aOB - before Outward Bound and after Outward Bound.
The number of Otago schools requiring Ministry of Education
intervention has dropped during the past year to its lowest
point since 2008.
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