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St Peter's College, Auckland


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St Peter's College (Te Kura Teitei o Hāto Petera) is a Catholic secondary school for boys, located in Auckland, New Zealand, in the central city suburb of Grafton. With a roll of over 1300, the school is one of the largest Catholic schools in New Zealand. St Peter's College was established in 1939 as a successor of Auckland's earliest school (Mr Powell's School, established in 1841) and of St Peter's School, founded in 1857. The Outhwaite family, who acquired the land around 1841, donated the site of the college. The Christian Brothers provided staff for the college for 70 years.
It is the oldest Catholic boys' school in Auckland still on its original site. For nearly 50 years, the school had direct access to an adjacent railway station, specifically created for the college and known initially as the "St Peter's College station". The school was integrated into the state system along with 240 other New Zealand Catholic schools in 1982.The school aims to achieve a diverse, family-oriented, community and good exam results.
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Liston College

School in Auckland, New Zealand

  • Desc: Liston College is a college in Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand, for year 7 to 13 boys and offers a Catholic education to its students. It was the second school opened by the Christian Brothers in Auckland. It was named after Archbishop Liston, the seventh Catholic Bishop of Auckland.
  • URL: http://www.liston.school.nz/
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liston_College
  • Type: School, EducationalOrganization, Organization, Thing
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Morningside

Morningside

Suburb in Auckland, New Zealand

Pat Lam

Rugby union player

  • Desc: Patrick Richard Lam is a rugby union coach and former player, who represented Samoa. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, his usual position as a player was number 8. He is currently Director of Rugby at Bristol Bears in England's Premiership Rugby.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Lam
  • Type: Person, Thing
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Ranginui Walker

New Zealand academic

Shane Howarth

Rugby union player

  • Desc: Shane Paul Howarth is a former international rugby union player who gained four caps and scored 54 points for the All Blacks before later switching allegiance to Wales, attaining 19 Welsh caps.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shane_Howarth
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Outhwaite family

Family

David Vaver

Lawyer

  • Desc: David Vaver CM is a lawyer and legal scholar in the field of intellectual property law. He is a professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School as well as Emeritus Professor of Intellectual Property & Information Technology Law at the University of Oxford, Emeritus Fellow of St.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Vaver
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Brad Mika

New Zealand rugby union player

  • Desc: Bradley Moni Mika is a New Zealand rugby union player. His position is lock. He was educated at St Peter's College. He made his provincial debut for Auckland in 2000, his Super Rugby debut for Crusaders in 2002, and his international debut in the same year.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brad_Mika
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Dylan Mika

Rugby union player

  • Desc: Dylan Gabriel Mika was a New Zealand-born rugby union player who represented the national teams of both Samoa and New Zealand. Born in Auckland, Mika was initially educated at Marcellin College, before moving to St Peter's College.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dylan_Mika
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Chris Carter

Chris Carter

New Zealand member of Parliament

  • Desc: Christopher Joseph Carter is a former New Zealand Labour Party and independent Member of the New Zealand Parliament. He was a senior Cabinet Minister in the Fifth Labour Government of New Zealand, serving lastly as Minister of Education, Minister Responsible for the Education Review Office and Minister of Ethnic Affairs.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Carter_(politician)
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Denis Feeney

Professor

  • Desc: Denis C. Feeney, FBA is Professor of Classics and Giger Professor of Latin at Princeton University. He was born in New Zealand and educated at St Peter's College, Auckland and Auckland Grammar School.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denis_Feeney
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George Baloghy

George Baloghy

Artist

  • Desc: George Baloghy is a prominent New Zealand artist. He is a painter, preferring to paint with oil on canvas. He was born in 1950 in Budapest, Hungary and emigrated to New Zealand in 1956 as a refugee.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Baloghy
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Stephen Parke

Physicist

  • Desc: Stephen Parke is a New Zealand physicist. He is a Distinguished Scientist and former Head of the Theoretical Physics Department at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Parke
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Bernie McCahill

Rugby union player

  • Desc: Bernard Joseph "Bernie" McCahill is a former rugby union player from New Zealand who played for Auckland RFU and the All Blacks. McCahill was educated at St Peter's College. He played in two positions, second five-eighth and centre three-quarter. He played 32 matches for the All Blacks from 1987 until 1991 including 10 tests. As well as two World Cup tournaments, he participated in 5 overseas tours. He also appeared in five zonal matches, five trials and was in the New Zealand XV and New Zealand B selections in 1991. He scored four tries for New Zealand.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernie_McCahill
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Sean McCahill

Rugby union player

  • Desc: Sean McCahill is a retired Irish rugby union centre. McCahill grew up in Auckland and attended St Peter's College where he played rugby.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_McCahill
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Mana Otai

Coach

  • Desc: K. Manakaetau F. 'Otai is coach of the Tonga national team. He was educated at St Peter's College, Auckland and played club rugby in Auckland. His playing position was as flanker. Otai represented Tonga, being capped for the first time on 11 February 1995 against Japan at Nagoya. Otai was the Tongan team captain in the 1995 Rugby World Cup competition, in which he scored a try. Otai was an All Black trialist in 1994.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mana_Otai
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David Lewis

Tennis player

  • Desc: David Lewis is a former professional tennis player from New Zealand. He is a younger brother of 1983 Wimbledon finalist Chris Lewis and of Mark Lewis. He spent his childhood in Auckland and was educated at St Peter's College.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Lewis_(tennis)
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Colin Jillings

Horse racing jockey

  • Desc: Colin Jillings was a leading trainer in thoroughbred horse racing in New Zealand from the early 1950s through until his retirement in September 2005.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Jillings
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Stephen Jones

New Zealand rower

  • Desc: Stephen Jones is a New Zealand rower. He was educated, and commenced rowing, at St Peter's College, Auckland. He came fourth at the 2015 World Rowing Championships with the men's eight, qualifying the boat for the 2016 Olympics.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Jones_(rower)
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Gething Caulton

Priest

  • Desc: Sydney Gething Caulton was a British bishop who spent much of his career in New Zealand and the South Pacific. A graduate of St Chad's College, Durham University, where he gained his M.A., Caulton was made a deacon in Liverpool in 1922 and ordained priest there the next year, and remained there until 1930 when he became a missionary in the Diocese of Melanesia.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gething_Caulton
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Boston Road railway station

Boston Road railway station

Rail station

  • Desc: Boston Road railway station was a station on the Western Line of the Auckland rail network, near St Peter's College and Auckland Grammar School. It was beneath an overbridge of State Highway 1, one of the busiest motorways in New Zealand. At the southern end of the station is the north western wall of Mt Eden Prison.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Road_railway_station
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Mark Lewis

Tennis player

  • Desc: Mark Lewis is a champion New Zealand tennis player and a Professional Tennis coach. He is the younger brother of Chris Lewis and older brother of David Lewis. He spent his childhood in Auckland and was educated at St Peter's College.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Lewis_(tennis)
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Peter Atkins

Priest

  • Desc: Peter Geoffrey Atkins was the 12th Anglican Bishop of Waiapu from 1983 to 1990. Atkins was born on 29 April 1936, educated at Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and ordained in 1963.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Atkins_(bishop)
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Phillip Turner

Diplomat

  • Desc: Phillip Turner MA Auck is a New Zealand public servant and diplomat. He spent his childhood in Auckland and was educated at St Peter's College and Auckland University. Turner worked for the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1986 to 1999.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phillip_Turner_(diplomat)
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Zac Williams

Zac Williams

Olympic athlete

  • Desc: Zachary Williams is a New Zealand cyclist. Williams was educated at St Peter's College, Auckland. Williams won the 1000 m time trial at the 2016 Oceania Championships and was fourth in the keirin at the World Cup in Hong Kong.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zac_Williams_(cyclist)
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Lanchester King

Priest

  • Desc: George Lanchester King was the second Anglican Bishop of Madagascar from 1899 to 1919. He was born in 1860 and educated at Clare College, Cambridge.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lanchester_King
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Simon Hafoka

Coach

  • Desc: Simon Hafoka is a professional rugby player and coach who played international rugby for Tonga. He grew up in Auckland, New Zealand and attended St Peter's College.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Hafoka
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Martin Pringle

Cricketer

  • Desc: Martin Roy Pringle is a New Zealand cricketer. He was born in Auckland and educated at St Peter's College, Auckland. He played cricket for the Ellerslie Cricket Club. As a cricketer he played 33 First-class and 29 List A matches for Auckland in 1984–1993.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Pringle_(cricketer)
  • Type: Person, Thing
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