RO­TORUA YOUNG ACHIEV­ERS 2018

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Jack Ap­per­ley Ani­patene Bid­dle Teina Cas­sidy Kairangi Cox Manny Craw­ford Alice Croucher Tyla Davis Leo Takeshi Endo Ju­lia Florence So­phie Glas­gow Bai­ley Gor­don Daniel Gray Hay­ley Hope Te Waoriki Hu­nia Fern Irvine Emma Jack­son Sion Kang Warna Karunanayake Te Ao Leach Ja­son Lee Geor­gia Love­grove Ho­haia Macfar­lane Jalen Massey Waitahi Mcgee Joape Nagera

Ana Nagera

Leroy Nurkka Se­le­sitino Ravu­tau­mada Euan Robin­son Danielle Sel­wyn Ti­toki Shelford Juy­ong Shin Sa­muel Small­bone Cullen Smith Si­mon Smith Poukohe Soren­sontawhara

Hana Stub­bing Te Ohon­gaake Swan­son­hall

He­maia Tau­roa-apete Hikawai Te Nahu Brook­lyn Tomo Maria Trass

Fisher Wang Kea­gan Whare­mate Te Ririu Wil­liams Tan­garoa Yorke

for­ward to grow­ing our own alumni sto­ries — a new touch added by Pita Anaru the deputy chair­man of Nga¯ ti Whakaue Ed­u­ca­tion En­dow­ment Trust,” Chad­wick says.

An­drew says it took two and a half weeks to pho­to­graph and video all 46 stu­dents. “They’re amaz­ing kids.”

Ro­torua Boys’ High School head boy Ho­haia Macfar­lane, who also per­formed an aria at the event, says it was an hon­our to be among other Young Achiev­ers alumni.

“Since Year 9 I’ve seen all the Boys’ High young achiev­ers on the walls of our main build­ing. Quite an hon­our to think I’ll be up there my­self.”

Photo / An­drew Warner

Ho­haia Macfar­lane is one of this year’s Ro­torua Young Achiev­ers.

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