Bright spark in finals for low volume distortion amp

Dunedin pupil Karl Brinsdon is amped about being named a finalist in a national competition for young inventors. A judging panel selected the Mosgiel teenager...

A child’s view explored in sensitive play

Prospect Park Productions presents Eloise in the Middle, by Emily Duncan Dunedin Public Art Gallery, October 2 The impact of parental separation on children is...

‘Savvy’ entrepreneurs’ almond butter selling out

A group of "savvy" Dunedin school pupils have launched an almond butter as part of the Young Enterprise Scheme programme. Seven Columba College pupils created...

Councillor to run marathon for charity

He may come from "a long line of prop forwards" and he used to get puffed pushing a pram, but Dunedin City councillor Aaron...

Gold medal at world cup

‘Old heads’, new combine

‘Thrilling and exciting’ rally coming

The "thrilling" Targa Rally is coming to Dunedin next week. Rally spokesman Gordon Legge, of Auckland, said the "thrilling and exciting" rally was in its...

Amazing age-defying effects of alcohol

Recently, while on beat in town, I made a discovery of truly scientific significance. The breakthrough was made while arguing with a drunk man who'd...
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