Logan Park High School

LPHS team wins regional debate

LPHS team wins regional debate

Arguing in a public place that "the environmental movement should use violence to advance its agenda", or that "Maori seats should be abolished in Parliament", is likely to end badly for most people.

Race Unity Day a happy diversion

Race Unity Day a happy diversion

Shunya Yago has been somewhat distracted of late. Since the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11, his thoughts have been on the plight of his family, particularly his grandparents, who live in Miyagi prefecture near the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant.

Caught in the quake - a pupil's view

Caught in the quake - a pupil's view

A victim of Mother Nature's powerful aggression, I, like many other Christchurch pupils, am now in another city trying to get my life back together on firmer ground.

Logan Park High School junior prizes

Logan Park High School had its junior prizegiving recently.

LPHS drummer scales the heights

LPHS drummer scales the heights

Logan Park High School student Reuben Henderson profiles fellow LPHS student and highly-successful musician 'the amazing' Rory MacMurdo. 

Logan Park High School senior prizes

Logan Park High School senior prizes

The Logan Park High School senior prizegiving was held recently. The prize list is.-

The settlement of Dunedin's newcomers

Jobs are the life stream of any community; they pay the bills, keep us safe and make it possible to exist in the social order of things, writes Heather Bennett of Logan Park High School.

Bad behaviour sparks World Cup fears

Bad behaviour sparks World Cup fears

Rugby supporters always seem to get a bad reputation, writes Maya Tueri of Logan Park High School.

The Hobbit: Why $93 million, and was it too much?

The Hobbit: Why $93 million, and was it too much?

The issue was the focus of national hysteria. The Hobbit was in danger of leaving loyal New Zealand soil to travel to some cheaper, foreign location, writes Sophie Gilmore of Logan Park High School.

Inkadies showcase John White's enduring talent

This month, John White, of seminal Dunedin fuzz-pop Mestar and the now defunct avante-pop group Cloud boy embarked on yet another national tour, this time to promote his newest solo album entitled the Inkadies.

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