We are on the move. The Pulse will be gradually migrating into the Teens section of our website. As part of the shift, we will spruce up our web pages with new, updated information, and prune out things that are no longer relevant. The aim is to give you up-to-date local info on health, study, library resources, and plenty of good reading ideas.
Ever wanted to join a book club or reading group but never got round to it? Here's your opportunity! The OverDrive Big Library Read is giving us unlimited access to two great youth eBooks from 7 to 21 October.
Alexander the Great before he was "Great"; a chilling paranormal conspiracy in 1920s New York; and unusual and difficult romances: find these and lots more great reads in our latest Teen Scene newsletter.
Budding young poets are invited to enter the Bloom Poetry competition for Year 4 to Year 8. Your poem could end up as a mural!
If you like your jeans black and your metal heavy we’ve got the ultimate reading (and watching) guide for your bogan tastes.
In Leah Thomas’ novel two teenagers who have debilitating, isolating illnesses forge a friendship as penpals. But is there more than this connnecting them?
Race relations in the US are as topical as ever. We recommend some novels that look at this issue from a youth perspective.