Kavanagh College held its junior prizegiving yesterday. The prize list is. -
Kavanagh College held its junior prizegiving this week. The prize list is:
You know, it's really no surprise Eve took a bite of that apple in the Garden of Eden.
A Dunedin secondary school plans to allow senior pupils to study outside school during school hours, as part of its bid to create an environment of pupil-led education.
A former Kavanagh College pupil was among the country's top 40 pupils who received awards at the 2011 New Zealand Qualifications Authority Top Scholarship Awards ceremony at Government House in Wellington yesterday.
I try to claw my way back into dreaming, but it's useless.
"I used to stand on chairs at relatives' houses when I was little, and put on a bit of a play. I like the limelight - very much so."
Young Kavanagh College basketballer Richard Rodger is about to mix it with some Australian tall timber.
For the second time in little over a week, Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin has been transformed into a House of God.
Kavanagh College pupils slept in cardboard boxes on school grounds on Wednesday night as part of their annual Survive a Slum camp to raise funds for Catholic support agency Caritas.
Some of Dunedin's brightest young musical talent is getting the chance to experience working in a recording studio as part of a youth mentoring project.
It may get cold in Dunedin, but Kavanagh College's new principal believes the challenge of running the Catholic school will keep sweat on his brow.
A roll of honour not yet officially unveiled has prompted an emotional reaction from the relatives of former pupils of Dunedin's Kavanagh College who died in World War 2.
''For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours, now and forever. Amen.''
Kings High School reaped the benefits of a sound forward display when it scored six tries to beat Kavanagh College 41-14 in the opening round of the Highlanders First XV rugby competition in Dunedin on Saturday.
Language is a necessity. It is our passport to each other and our world.
All the action as Kings High School beat Kavanagh College 41-14 in the opening round of the Highlanders First XV rugby competition in Dunedin.
Let's not be immature, ladies,'' Rhonda tuts playfully, raising her voice above the infectious giggles.