Inspiration for Grace Michelle’s colourful short stories sometimes comes from the most mundane of places.
Gracie Hansby Year 13, Wakatipu High School
Olivia Waters Year 13, Wakatipu High School
The little drummer boy was created to drum.
Sometimes there are gifts that just keep on giving.
"Happy places" can be elusive on a stressful day, but Kevin Yang found his in art.
By Hope Rae - Year 12, Gore High School
By Emma Johnston - Year 12, Gore High School
As the sporting world drew its attention to the 2015 Rugby World Cup in the United Kingdom, once again the weight of a small island nation rested on the shoulders of one team, and more specifically, one man - Richie McCaw - The Kurow Kid.
Three days. Just three days was all it took for his life's dream to change into a nightmare beyond comprehension.
‘‘Come on guys, it's time to go,'' Dad called from the kitchen.
Live low, live fast. Pay well, die last.
When we moved houses, I came across an old, blue, leather bound photo album of yours.
The sound of rumbling and tapping is all that plays in every single soldier's mind.
The yelling begins again.
A secluded sanctuary, tucked away in an obscure corner of middle earth
The inspiration for this story was the uncle of Dunstan High School year 9 pupil FinlayRussel, who was trapped alone in his home during the 1978 floods.
This photographic artwork by Dunstan High School year 13 pupil Phoebe Smith is part of a body of work which looks at our impact on the environment, and its fragile existence.
Tokomairiro High School Tokomairiro High School pupils donned house colours last Wednesday to compete in the athletics sports day.
It was up hill, down dale, for three John McGlashan College pupils as they mountain-biked about 430km from Karitane to Deep Cove, in Fiordland.