Are celebrities really as amazing as we think? Geraldine High School year 11 English class pupil Phoebe Bates asks.
Geraldine High School year 11 pupil Anneke Vogel looks at the trend of schools using iPads.
Eating guinea pigs, fishing for piranhas and holding an anaconda is what Connor Inkster-Robinson and Oliver Reid are most looking forward to on their school trip to Peru these holidays.
Former Timaru Girls' High School student Kristina O'Connor is finding herself at home in the Fijian village where she is a volunteer
You would be forgiven for thinking the quartet of French girls walking around Timaru Boys' High School are lost. Rest assured, they are not.
Thailand or Dunedin?
OPINION: Reality television is a waste of my time, Geraldine High School pupil Lauren Donald says.
'Don't send something you don't want on the internet'
A picture paints a thousand words, but what if that picture self combusts?
Former Timaru Girls' High student Kristina O'Connor makes the most of her final months in tiny Fijian village of Toki, volunteering at a school.
Aoraki regional Smokefree Rockquest winners Bitter Class will perform at Craighead today and record their song for the national competition at Bluestone tomorrow.
In her first few week at St John Youth, Jaimee Miller was hooked.
Rising Waimate star Kaylee Bell is releasing a new album next week, and she is stoked with it.
Timaru teen Laughlan Scarsbrook is packed and ready to head into the wilderness.
Two Timaruvians have been nominated in the BeCause inspiring stories initiative that recognises people under 30 that are making a positive difference.
Timaru bands will do battle on Saturday night in the regional final of the Smokefree Rockquest.
Two South Canterbury secondary school students could soon be treading the boards at the Globe Theatre in London.
Former Timaru Girls' High student Kristina O'Connor - volunteering at a Fijian school in the tiny town of Toki - considers her future.
Timaru's aspiring young film-makers will soon have the chance to hone their skills at a sustainability film workshop.
Impossible to believe but after nine months I have finally finished school, writes Abby Anderson.
Keeping it old school was a winning formula for Timaru teen country singer Mitchell Low.