Grace Michelle and Krishneep Pratap are the 2019 Class Act recipients for Tokomairiro High School.
Sebastian Hook and Grace Apuwai-Bishop are the 2019 Class Act recipients for Kavanagh College.
Lily Stock and Molly Hurst are the 2019 Class Act recipients for Waitaki Girls' High School.
Children have rights that are not being upheld and this must change, Kelsey Brown tells Kim Dungey.
It is 400 years since the arrival of the first African slaves in the British colony of Jamestown, Virginia, but slavery and trafficking still affect millions of people. A former Otago woman working...
Where are they now? The ODT takes a look to see what the 2009 recipients of the Otago Daily Times Class Act award have been doing since leaving high school.
Otago Daily Times editor Barry Stewart with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Allied Press chief executive Grant McKenzie at the Otago Daily Times Class Act 2018 awards ceremony at the Otago Museum yesterday.
Don't sell yourself short, your country needs you. That's the message from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to the best and brightest secondary school pupils in Otago.
Making it big in the small satellite market is the aim of Rocket Lab and a former Otago man is playing his part. Kim Dungey reports.
Kai Daniel gives craftsmen across the world a chance to provide for their families and to help their communities. Kim Dungey reports.
Where are they now? The ODT takes a look to see what the 2007 recipients of the Otago Daily Times Class Act award have been doing since leaving high school.
A former Cromwell Class Act recipient is delivering on his promise, writes Kim Dungey.
The rise of robotics and artificial intelligence will transform employment in the future. Kim Dungey catches up on the Otago Daily Times’ 2007 Class Act recipients and finds out if they are ready.
Where the sky stops and space begins, researcher Aaron Hendry is hard at work, writes Kim Dungey.
Fifty-six year 13 pupils from every high school in the region were presented awards by Prime Minister Bill English at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
The cream of Otago secondary schools’ academic, cultural and sporting crop were recognised for their outstanding achievements at the Otago Daily Times Class Act awards ceremony.
The ODT takes a look at the 2006 ODT Class Act recipients and sees where they are now.
In 2006, then prime minister Helen Clark presented 55 of Otago’s top high school pupils with Class Act awards. Ten years on, Kim Dungey finds out where the young achievers are now.
Sonya Lewthwaite, formerly of Waitaki Girls’ High School, has completed nine years of theological education, mostly from the University of Otago, and is exploring ordination as a priest in the Anglican Church.
Rebecca Grant, formerly of St Hilda’s Collegiate School, is a research officer for the Institut Pasteur Centre for Global Health in Paris.