Logan Park High School

Opinion: Uni students 'like ageing drunken children'

Opinion: Uni students 'like ageing drunken children'

In the absence of university students, Dunedinites young and old are free to go about their business in the knowledge that they are safe from drunken crazies and riotous mobs, writes Logan Park High School student Reuben Henderson.

Athletics: Dutch visitor sets shot put record

Isle Rietberg (Logan Park) won the senior girls shot put that was the glamour event of the Otago secondary schools athletics championships on Saturday.

Jazz band scoops award

Jazz band scoops award

The Logan Park High School Jazz Band won a stack of awards at the South Island secondary school jazz competition in Blenheim on Sunday.

Music, mud and mayhem

Music, mud and mayhem

Thousands of people look forward to the Glastonbury festival all year. Logan Park High School pupil Bronwyn Wallace heads through the Fields of Avalon to see what it's all about.

When pigs have wings?

When pigs have wings?

So here I am, Bronwyn Wallace, (16) Logan Park student, reporting from overseas. I've said my goodbyes, packed my bags and I'm on my way.

Food 4(0) thought

What gets half of New Zealand's student life to shut up?

Reel good fun - the 48 hour film competition

It just doesn't fit. We've had them all: Indiana Jones, Titanic, Shrek, Bombastic blockbusters, heartbreaking romances and crack-up comedies.

News moves with the digital times

Do you remember when fish & chips were wrapped up in newspaper?

Commercialisation: When do we draw the line?

To buy or not to buy? When you look at the advertising, what jumps out at you?

Plastic bags soon to be extinct?

The plastic bag. . . Soon to be extinct, if the new ten cent price is anything to go by.

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