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.

Review: Brooke Fraser 'Flags' tour

I think I should start off with a sort of disclaimer: I'm almost 100% in love with Brooke Fraser so negativity won't be a featuring in this article, writes Katherine Ralph of Logan Park High School.

NZ v Aust - the bitter taste of sibling rivalry

NZ v Aust - the bitter taste of sibling rivalry

When the term 'proud Kiwi' was brought up recently in light of the Commonwealth Games, it made me think, writes Katherine Ralph of Logan Park High School.

The Aiden Gall Show

The Aiden Gall Show

Logan Park pupil, Aiden Gall, was one of three students selected nationally to report for TVNZ's Erin Simpson Show website on a weekly basis.

Supersize or downsize?

Recent worldwide studies show that Generation Y is the unhealthiest generation yet, with 20% of teenagers classed as overweight or obese, and 5% of teens diagnosed with anorexia, writes Amelia Currier, of Logan Park High School.

Can we please have some real news?

Can we please have some real news?

Sick of the non-stop media treadmill of celebrity stories, Katherine Ralph of Logan Park High School makes a plea for some real news.

Gateway - an educational opportunity

There are so many different choices available for students wanting to get an insight into possible jobs for the future, writes Bailey Henry, of Logan Park High School.

How to: Kill the internet

How to: Kill the internet

Messing with the network neutrality of the internet would be a big mistake, warns Nick McMullan, of Logan Park Park High School.

Board games and knucklebones make comeback at school

Board games and knucklebones make comeback at school

Though you will see the occasional group of adolescent peers playing their Nintendo DS consoles together, they are a dying breed in the Year 13 common room at Logan Park High School, writes student Nikolai Sim.

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