St Hildas Collegiate pupils hope a cookbook will make their dream of a new school canteen a reality.
The jury is still out on whether appealing to a child's creativity will solve Otago's recessional woes, but as far as directors of NAMCAP NZ are concerned, it's a sure winner.
While toilet paper has traditionally only had one use, year 10 art pupils at Columba College have found another.
Pupils from nine of Dunedin's 14 high schools will hang up their school uniforms and replace them with clothing of their choice tomorrow to support the Otago Community Hospice.
Bridging the gap between secondary and tertiary education is a goal of the Dare to Succeed Homework Programme run by the University of Otago Pacific Island Centre.
Spending an extra year in high school is no big deal for Amber Hosking, who will fulfil her dream of living in Germany next year.
Thirteen more cards get dealt and as Sam Baily and Glenn Coutts fan them out, a steely gaze sets in their eyes and the game is on.
Being assaulted by a stranger in the streets of Dunedin is enough to shake anyone's confidence.
From walk-on parts to lead roles in productions, Nathaniel Moss has progressed up the stage ranks with no plans to stop.
After carrying out marine science research on the research boat, Polaris, Otago pupils Tessa Watson and Thomas Craig cannot wait to wing their way to Thailand to discuss their findings.
A single point separated the winning and second-placed teams in the Central Otago final of the Otago Daily Times Extra! current events quiz held at Cromwell College last night.
"There is nothing to match being in the middle of that orchestra when it plays or that choir when it sings."
Krystena Hynes was barely 2 when she took her first photograph.
"I like giving traditional Kiwi meals my own twist. I like the creative side of cooking - I can make things just the way I like it."
From one simple idea came a diverse range of artwork to support a diverse range of people.
A passion for computers, combined with a message of conservation, enabled three Bayfield High School pupils to claim top placings in a national animation competition.
Research by 12-year-old Dunedin girl Kim Schultz is raising questions about the safety of scoop-served ice cream.
Maths is not always about number crunching and angst-filled silence.
After five days' sailing around the Hauraki Gulf, competing in multiple challenges, 10 South Otago High School pupils beat their northern peers and won the top honour of the Spirit Trophy.
It's top pupils' art and chances are it will only cost you a fraction of the price of a Monet or Kandinsky to buy.