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Diego’s star on the rise

Rising tennis star Diego Quispe-Kim was just three-years-old when he picked up a racket. It wasn’t supposed to be this way. His dad and coach Juan...

St Kents mourns death of school head

Saint Kentigern College is mourning the death of David Hodge, former head of the school. Hodge died on April 29 surrounded by his family. The school...

Most seniors return to school

Most schools have welcomed back all senior students this week, said Auckland Secondary Schools Principals Association president Steven Hargreaves. Some schools have modified their timetables...

Saint Kentigern College principal resigns

Saint Kentigern College’s principal Russell Brooke has resigned. The move was confirmed to the independent school community via an email letter yesterday and follows a...

A dancer’s dream: medals, touring and teaching

A young local dancer has continued to make her mark overseas. From learning at a Howick dance school to dancing on stage in front of...

Talented cast goes singing into the woods

Harlequin Musical Theatre is bringing an up-tempo piece of Broadway to east Auckland through its production of the hit stage show Into the Woods. Directed...

Pakuranga Rotary – 50 not out

The Pakuranga Rotary Club is noted for its contributions to community over the last 50 years. The club celebrated a very proud history on Saturday...

Saint Kentigern dominate at NZSS

After the disappointment of the cancellation of the 2020 championships, Saint Kentigern College tennis teams were looking forward to competing this year at the...

St Kents Auckland champions

The Saint Kentigern College Girls Premier Touch Team has won the Auckland Premier Competition. With the draw format changing with 2 weeks of no play,...

‘Rest in peace Malcolm, you will be sorely missed’

Malcolm Cowie, a teacher at Saint Kentigern College and Honorary Patron of NZ Secondary Schools Football, died suddenly of a suspected heart attack on...

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