Logan Park High School

Broad issues raised in plan process

Dunedin's annual plan meetings this year have revealed a wider variety of issues than the past few years, with roads and rating alongside the usual favourites of the stadium and town hall upgrades as the main public concerns.

The truth behind censorship

Last week Bill Hastings, Chief Censor of the Office of Film & Literature Classification New Zealand, came to Dunedin to inform Dunedin Year 13 students of the censorship process, writes Max Lequeux of Logan Park High School.

Gospel music workshop 'truly inspiring'

No matter what sort of music you are interested in, Logan Park High School student Bronwyn Wallace, encourages all to have a listen to a talented group of acapella gospel singers near you today.

Film and TV festival 'golden opportunity'

Over the weekend of March 27 and 28, Otago University played host to the Dunedin Festival of Film and Television Craft, which brought the who's-who of the New Zealand television, film and media industries to our beautiful city for two days of free workshops at the St David Street Lecture Theatre, writes Georgia Rose.

Opinion: Why I live in fear of Facebook

Opinion: Why I live in fear of Facebook

Does no-one else feel the shivers down their spine at the realisation that faster and faster we are being over-run by technology?, writes Sam Longmore, of Logan Park High School.

Creative writing: Get Rhythm

On the morning of the fourth of the fourth month in 1974, number four, Forthcoming Street was burgled. In the dark silence, four tempted burglars wielded four implements necessary for a smooth robbery.

Opinion: Why Wall St mall is a let-down

Opinion: Why Wall St mall is a let-down

It was almost a year ago now that Dunedinites flocked into shiny, glistening Wall Street on its grand opening day last March, writes Maggie Campbell-Hunt.

A day of unity at Logan Park

A day of unity at Logan Park

Race Unity Day is a tradition well celebrated at Logan Park High School; and so it should be, writes Katherine Ralph.

Parlez-vous anglais?

Parlez-vous anglais?

Logan Park High School pupil Max Lequeux, of French ancestry, celebrates the diversity of nations with fellow pupils by playing the French national anthem on a piano accordion during a Race Unity assembly at the school yesterday.

Opinion: Die, Culture, Die!

Opinion: Die, Culture, Die!

Dunedin, the fair city that most of the readers of this publication reside in, has an evil among it, writes Logan Park High School student and budding record company executive Lisandru Grigorut.

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