Love of dance and music portrayed
Short story by Caitlin Sue, Year 11, Queen's High School
Short story by Veisinia Veikoso, Year 11, Queen's High School
The progression of race relations between Maori and Pakeha in Aotearoa since the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, 175 years ago, is the most motivating factor in the goal of achieving a more harmonious society.
On June 20, the international community celebrated World Refugee Day.
With every breath he rolls in, then out,
As usual, I wake up at 8am feeling so sleepy that I can barely open my eyes.
Autumn leaves swathe the earth, discarded from trees above, Remembering the mother oak, the lost embrace of love.
I wonder, will it ever stop snowing?
God of Nations at thy feet, in the bonds of love we meet, hear our voices we entreat, God defend our free land.
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Rubbish!
Dunstan High School
I live in darkness so thick, I can taste it.
The peaceful silence of night is broken by a slow series of cold echoing thuds.
I believe that books should be replaced by digital devices.
Each day after the clouds have let themselves go I take you outside to look in the puddles.
There's always something happening and it's usually quite loud on our Otago Access Radio show, Funky Monkey Underground (FMU).
It was late May when she left, right before the start of winter.
I stood in my cage shaking.
His mouth opening and shutting like a fish on land, his white teeth shone like pearls as his pale white face slowly became engulfed in the foamy white water.