After winning the boys’ section of the Otago Region Secondary Schools' Tennis competition OBHS travelled to Timaru to play in the South Island finals last weekend.
This week you may have seen an item on 1 News that highlighted an issue around drugs in sport. Because our school had hosted a workshop by Drugfree Sport New Zealand we were chosen to be on television...
Two days of exciting and tense play saw both the First and Second XI games come down to tense finishes with the game between the two top teams on Littlebourne being extremely close.
After interviews and votes, the International Leaders were announced at a special meeting this week.
The statisticians of the school are currently working on a project looking into various variables of Dunedin's weather. Using the University of Otago's weather station data from 2016, they are using b...
COURAGE - As a skinny, naïve, 12-year-old, the word courage had probably never passed through my Grandfather’s mind. But he was about to meet it.
As you know, thousands of kids got their first smartphone at Christmas. The
idea is to teach them safe camera-behaviour from the start. They are then
much more likely to think twice before sharing an ...
Last week saw the final Year 13 Homeostasis Biology trip to the University of Otago Physical Education Department.
Congratulations to Ben Reeves, George Bright and Te Ngaru Wehi who along with former OBHS student Jordon McDowall won the Under 19 section of the Dunedin leg of the 2017 Burger King 3 x 3 basketball ...
10T have returned from a week at the school lodge at Mount Aspiring. Angus and Liam share their thoughts on the week.
It is getting to that time of the year when internal assessments are kicking off.
The annual summer interschool between OBHS and Christ's College was held in superb conditions in Dunedin this week.
The Chinese-born Otago Boys’ High School pupil painted an artwork featuring his "happy place", which has been selected for the 2016 Otago Daily Times Secondary Scene Award for Excellence in Art.
Taieri-Clutha area response manager Senior Sergeant Alastair Dickie (59) is looking for a new challenge.
"I’ve been to too many funerals lately and life’s too short."
He expects withdrawal symptoms ...
Retiring Dunedin Railways chief executive Murray Bond has relished "every minute" of the many hours he has put in at work over the past 24 years. "I really have enjoyed every morning I’ve been comin...
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