A couple of brothers were in the two teams to win the 2015 Otago Daily Times Extra! current events quiz in Dunedin yesterday.
Ashburton schools have again dominated the winner's podium at the Central South Island Extra! Otago Daily Times Current Events Quiz held at Timaru Boys' High School yesterday.
Famous faces, flags and a scavenger hunt through the Otago Daily Times were among the things that tested almost 100 year 9 and 10 pupils in the Extra! current events quiz last night.
A Goldfields School team pulled out all the stops with a golden performance, only four points short of a perfect score, to become Extra! Central Otago current events quiz champions last night.
It all came down to the correct spelling of one word at the Otago Daily Times Extra! spelling quiz for years 9 and 10 in Timaru last night.
An all-girl team from Ashburton Intermediate School broke clear of the pack in the final rounds to win the Otago Daily Times Extra! spelling quiz title for years 7 and 8 in Timaru last night.
Young brains were working overtime at the 2013 Otago Daily Times Extra! spelling quiz at Tahuna Intermediate School last night.
They came, they answered questions and they conquered: a Darfield High School team has won the years 9 and 10 section of the Otago Daily Times Extra! current events quiz in Timaru after travelling the furthest to get there.
Ashburton schools came up trumps at the Otago Daily Times Extra! social studies quiz held at Timaru Boys' High School yesterday.
International current events proved to be one of the hardest rounds at the Otago Daily Times Extra! Current events quiz in Cromwell last night.
Lady Gaga, John Key and the Earnslaw were among the keys to success in the Central Otago finals of the Otago Daily Times Extra! current events quiz in Cromwell yesterday.
The winning George Street Normal School team dropped only one point on its way to winning the years 5 and 6 section of the Otago Daily Times Extra! current events quiz last night.
The Otago Daily Times year 9 and 10 Extra! current events quiz went down to the wire at Kaikorai Valley College last night.
The beaming boys in the Rotary Park team could have been rock stars, slapping high fives and accepting congratulations as they wound their way through the cheering crowd to the stage.