The childhood dream of South Otago farmer Nigel Woodhead came true when he won the right to represent Otago/Southland as a Grand Finalist at this year’s 2017 FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
On the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Messines Teddy George a Year 11 student represented Otago Boys' High School.
Another financial year has ended with another close to break even result for the Foundation.
Congratulations to the following Old Boys' who were awarded 2017 Queen's Birthday Honours.
Josh Dickson knows he made the right choice when confronted with rugby or basketball as his sport of choice. The 2m lock has Otago rugby blood running through his veins, and that’s the direction he ch...
The Otago Boys' Old Boys' Society held its annual Ambrose Golf Tournament on Friday 7th April at the Balmacewen Golf Club.
On behalf of our school we would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of our School Fair. It was a fantastic day to celebrate with our whole school community, as well as welcome the ...
Phillip attended Otago Boys' from 1963-67 he was was Dux in 1967 and also Best All Round Boy. A member of the First Cricket XI, First Basketball Five, leader of the Debating Team, President of the Sch...
The school had a visit from Young Old Boy Sam Armstrong in conjunction with the ‘What’s my job?’ lunchtime series 2017.
We have a total of six interschool this winter season, we have completed three and have three home interschools to come against Timaru Boys', Christchurch Boys' and Waitaki Boys'.
We acknowledge the recent passing of the following old boys of the school.
This group is tasked with the governance of your school. Their role is very specific, to chart the current and future direction of the school.
In this way the Foundations mission is similar.
Our Yr 10 classes have enjoyed their time at the lodge this year and below is a piece written by one of the boys Liam Connolly.
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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