It was a battle of the minds last night at the hostel with the inaugural father and son quiz night.
It was a battle of the minds on Sunday night at the hostel with the inaugural father and son quiz night.
In bright mid-winter sun, our annual Haka competition took place in the open-air theatre.
Probably the nicest thing for a librarian to hear after "I loved this book" is "Is there another book like this I can read next?" Pure joy!
The Society’s principal purpose is to promote and foster the association and fellowship of Old Boys, but also contribution and service.
On behalf of the fundraising committee, I am delighted to inform you that we have been granted consent by the Dunedin City Council to move ahead with the car park and new entrance way.
Congratulations to our Year 12 tenor, Blake May, who will make his stage debut with Opera Otago in The Mikado, 3-10 August at the Mayfair Theatre.
Do you have a food stall you would like to operate at the fair?
The annual Caversham Road Race was held in fine but cool conditions on Thursday afternoon.
It is probably fitting at the end of Men's Health Week that we give some thought to our boys' Health Education.
The socks have arrived, and they are great!
At present, Year 11 Physical Education classes are doing an Achievement Standard where the students need to demonstrate selected interpersonal skills in a group.
We have been advised that a Paid Union Meeting has been arranged by PPTA for all teachers on the afternoon of Friday 28 June.
The Otago Daily Times are offering you the opportunity to support your local high school rugby team.
This week, the Level 3 Earth and Space Science class visited the NZ Marine Studies Centre at Portobello.
Last weekend the annual Otago Secondary Schools Chess Championships were held at Logan Park High School.
Year 10 student Theo Smith was one of 5 Diving New Zealand Squad Members who was invited to compete in the 10th Singapore Diving National Championships.
The Otago Rugby Football Union has teamed up with world class tourism and events facility Highlands to promote positive behaviour on the sidelines of the provinces rugby fields.
This year, the Otago/ Southland ‘Ngā Manu Kōrero Speech Competition’ was hosted by Taieri College in their brand new auditorium.
Congratulations to the OBHS Trap Shooters who had a successful day at Waldronville on Sunday.
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