Please come and join us, Friday 23rd November from 12.30pm at The Savoy.
Inspiring, funloving worker for the land and its people
Senior prize giving was held on Thursday 1 November at the Regent Theatre. It was a special occasion to celebrate the students success throughout the year.
(Old Boy 1951-55) , A lifelong passion for science, education.
I have come a long way since leaving Otago Boys' High School in 1972. And it took persistence to get here, and I am not just talking about getting to Perth in Western Australia, where I now live.
A quick switch from backpacking to basketball has proven successful for Benoit Hayman.
Former Otago pitcher Ben Watts has been named in the Black Sox
My name is Sam Madden and I have just taken up the position of Choral Scholar for Peterborough Cathedral in the United Kingdom.
The 2018 financial year has involved many discussions of what the Foundation represents and how they are to co-exist with the OBHS Old Boys' Society.
Stock Drive - The Stock Drive initiative came about following discussions with some Old Boys including Roger Landels, Brent Taylor and Brett Burgess.
As part of the remembrance series, we take a look back at Sir Lloyd Geering's address given at the 150th reunion.
Nick Kohey is "stoked" he will be taking aim across the Ditch after being picked for the New Zealand youth darts team. The 24 year old Dunedin player is the sole Otago rep in the team which will compe...
Michael Collins is not ready to bail on the Blues yet, even if that Welsh ancestry he possesses seems set to produce his most likely route to international rugby.
Black Caps coach Mike Hesson finished his six-year stint with the national side yesterday. But before he packed away his almanacks, notes and pencils, he caught up with cricket writer Adrian Seconi to...
Tues, 3 July saw close to 100 OBHS students arrive, en masse, for fun and games against one of our oldest and certainly largest traditional rival, CBHS. Having slaughtered all but two of their teams i...
The OBHS Foundation Chairperson recalls his memories of Otago Boys and Hostel life.
I was very fortunate that an accident of birth had me born in Dunedin in 1929 in Nurse Rosss maternity home on the corner of Elm Row & Arthur Street, just 300-meters from the OBHS memorial gate.
Old Boy Gerald McGhie gives a fascinating and insightful account of some of the highlights of almost 40 years as a New Zealand diplomat
More than 13,000 miles, and more years than I would care to specify, divides me from my happy and constructive time as a pupil of Otago Boys' High School in Dunedin
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