When Athol Murray spotted an old Douglas DC-3 for sale on the
internet, the chances of it being one of the planes his
grandfather flew during World War 2 were too great to ignore.
Mosgiel Memorial Park will be a hive of activity this Friday
when about 240 children compete in the Plains Junior
Remember the days when you could climb trees and play proper
rugby with tackling? Well, for East Taieri School pupils,
those days are back.
Up to 29 Dunedin churches will be analysed by international
seismologists and engineers as part of a nationwide research
project aimed at gauging their seismic fitness in the event
of an earthquake.
Three teachers were convicted in Otago on drug and alcohol
charges in 2013 but have managed to keep their teacher
registration, information from the New Zealand Teachers
Council has revealed.
It was piping hot in the Octagon yesterday for the Otago
Southland Provincial Pipe Band Contest, with blue sky and
sunshine as far as the eye could see.
has been more than three decades since Kaikorai Valley
College deputy principal Garry Chronican was at university.
The boys at 108 Dundas St have gone nuts - or should that be
When a group of Taieri College pupils asked if they could go
on a school trip to Africa next year, the staff said, ''yeah
sure - but you have to organise it yourselves''.
St Clair School is nearing the end of its $1.8 million
five-year redevelopment programme, with the start of stage
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