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Growing grassroots rugby in Tonga
30 May 2017
Will Hafu owes his success to St Paul’s, and he’s not taking that for granted.
Shot putter Ryan Ballantyne set to qualify for World Juniors
22 February 2017
Since leaving St Paul’s Collegiate School in 2016, shot putter Ryan Ballantyne (Fitchett 2012 – 2016) has ticked a few things of his list – including a throw of 19.
Former league player coaching rugby in US
27 December 2016
When one door closes, another door opens.
TV stardom completely unexpected
24 December 2016
New Zealand TV personality Erin Simpson (Harington) says she had a long road of self-discovery before finding her love for television and now she is living the dream.
Flying the flag for rowing and boxing
20 December 2016
While boxing and rowing may seem poles apart, the skills required are surprisingly similar, says Ivan Pavich.
Award recognises service to education
10 December 2016
Developing new Agribusiness achievement standards in NCEA Levels 2 and 3 was a bold move and not one many secondary schools take on due to the sheer volume of work required to get the idea off the ground and sitting with the Ministry of Education.
Hospitality giant wasn’t a success overnight
7 December 2016
John Lawrenson (Hamilton 1991-1992) recently opened his seventeenth venue, The Roaming Giant, at the small cost of $5 million dollars.
On the world stage with climate change
5 December 2016
Mark Storey (Sargood 1980-1984) has built his career around climate change, taking senior roles in New Zealand and overseas.
Shneil Singh could be New Zealand’s first Indian 'All Black in the making'
29 November 2016
New Zealand’s first Indian 'All Black in the making' couldn't be more Kiwi after growing up on a farm in Waikato.
Chris Wynn full circle
23 November 2016
While it may have seemed an ambitious goal at the time, it turns out dreams really can come true.
Eight Waikato players make Craig Philpott’s first New Zealand under-20s squad
23 November 2016
Craig Philpott has picked the heartbeat of Waikato’s champion juniors in his first New Zealand under-20s squad named on Tuesday.
All Whites striker Chris Wood praised by ex-Leeds manager after he nets 11th goal of season
10 November 2016
Former Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn has hailed All Whites striker Chris Wood as the "real deal" after he scored his 11th goal of the season for Leeds on Sunday (NZ time).
A lot has happened in the past 11 years
8 November 2016
Old Collegians from the 2005 and 2006 leavers returned to St Paul’s Collegiate School for an evening of socialising and reuniting with friends and teachers.
Q&A with artist Owen Dippie
31 October 2016
He’s known around the world for his large-scale realist portraiture and, more recently, for his exploration of well-known Renaissance pieces combined with contemporary pop art.
Two awards for two Jonathans
25 October 2016
Two Old Collegians won major awards at the annual Wallace Corporation University of Waikato Blues Awards.
St Paul’s former teacher spins the potter’s wheel
12 October 2016
Pottery began as a hobby for a Hamilton teacher but demand has turned it into his full-time job.
Old Collegian Simon Talbot performs double arm transplant
11 October 2016
Kiwi face transplant surgeon Simon Talbot has lead his team in transplanting two donor arms to a retired marine who lost all four limbs in Afghanistan.
Journalist share secrets of success
3 September 2016
It’s no surprise that Sam Hewat’s name is scattered through St Paul’s Collegiate School’s 2010 year book.
Former student named in Auckland squad
12 August 2016
St Paul’s Old Collegian, Blake Hill, has been named in the Auckland Mitre 10 Cup squad.
Kurt set to kick goals at premiership level
25 May 2016
On the rise as a New Zealand basketball player, Kurt Heatherley (Sargood 2008–10) certainly didn’t think he would end up playing Aussie rules football for the Hawthorn Football Club (the Hawkes).
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