Prime Minister John Key (left) and Otago Daily Times
editor Murray Kirkness with the newspaper's 2014 Class Act
recipients (front row, from left): Phoebe Steele and Modi
Deng (Columba College), Zoe Hancox and Mathilde van Baarle
(Blue Mountain College), Anna Grimaldi and Elliot Tay
(Bayfield High School).
Second row (from left): Emilee Oldham and Paige Church (East
Otago High School), Max Rayner and Georgia Vessey (Dunstan
High School), Rachel Clark and Jacinda Morton (Cromwell
Third row (from left): Thomas Johnson and Emily Hooper
(Kaikorai Valley College), Paddy Ou and Vivian Griffiths
(John McGlashan College), Jessica McIntyre and Laura Bolger
(Gore High School).
Fourth row (from left): Mathew Denys and Connor Seddon (Logan
Park High School), Wali Aman and William Meiklejohn (King's
High School), Hamish Prince (Kavanagh College).
Fifth row (from left): Eden Brown and Kasper Humphrey (Mount
Aspiring College), Simon Neilson and Ruby Albert (Maniototo
Area School), Leaha Dickey and Holly Shaw (Lawrence Area
Sixth row (from left): Anna Wise and Tahlia Moir (Roxburgh
Area School), Bokyong Mun and Shirley Zhang (Otago Girls'
High School), William Pelet and Andrew Trembath (Otago Boys'
Seventh row (from left): Christopher Kearney and Isobel Ryan
(St Kevin's College), Harriet Keown and Claudia Paterson (St
Hilda's Collegiate School), Samantha Scholten and Matawai
Uitime-Nicolls (Queen's High School).
Eighth row (from left): Rebecca Murray and Bart Lind (Taieri
College), Mikayla Latta and Sophie Erwood (South Otago High
School), Bridget Hurrell and Sarah Martin (St Peter's
Ninth row (from left): Brittany Scott and Lydia Hammersley
(Tokomairiro High School), Tyler Ford and Ellen Sharp (The
Catlins Area School).
Tenth row (from left): Stephanie Arrowsmith and Kirsty
McCorkindale (Wakatipu High School), Gabriela Napier and Iri
Smith (Waitaki Girls' High School), Damien Kitto and Tim
Craig (Waitaki Boys' High School).