John Lewis

Pair top in French competition

Pair top in French competition

The ability to weave storylines that pull on the heartstrings seems to be a secret weapon when it comes to winning international writing competitions.

Pupils' winning shot at contest

Pupils' winning shot at contest

No pupils were harmed in the making of Wakari School's national award-winning video, despite it involving shooting apples off children's heads with a bow and arrow.

Road safety, sensible solutions the plan

Road safety, sensible solutions the plan

The term ''safe as kids on skateboards and scooters'' may soon be used in the same vein as the term ''safe as houses''.

Big tick of approval for trades training

Big tick of approval for trades training

The supply of quality engineers, plumbers, automotive mechanics and carpenters in Otago looks assured after Taieri College's Trades Academy recently became a Competenz accredited school.

Library tracking system

Library tracking system

Mosgiel Library will go live this week with a sophisticated new radio tracking system which will simplify and expedite the movement of lending stock.

Scholarship welcome boost

Scholarship welcome boost

To say life for Anna Hoek-Sims has been an emotional roller coaster lately is an understatement.

Carisbrook School stretches its wings

Carisbrook School stretches its wings

After spending nearly two years organising a colourful outdoor event to celebrate one of its most important milestones in recent history, Carisbrook School was hoping mother nature would be a bit more supportive.

Youth take over the wall

Youth take over the wall

The smell of paint fumes wafting down Wilkie Rd this week is a clear indication a change is in the wind for South Dunedin.

Smart ID tags free up staff

Smart ID tags free up staff

Dunedin libraries are preparing to go live with a sophisticated new radio tracking system that will help monitor lending stock.

Equipment design child's play for pupils

Equipment design child's play for pupils

They are not yet teenagers, but senior pupils at Waitati School are already starting to look like commercial architects.