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This evening members of the Cambridge High Hockey Boys 1ST XI serve dinner (Indian appetizers, entrees, curries and deserts) to their guests at Deli on the Corner café in Cambridge CBD’s Victoria Street. Under the guidance of Deli on the Corner owner Carolyn Parkes team members prepared, cooked, served and waited on their guests – and washed up afterwards – as part of fundraising for their upcoming 2009 Olympic Stick Secondary School Tournament in Carterton (Monday 31st of August – Friday 4th of September 2009) as part of New Zealand secondary schools tournament week.
It took a while but I’m pleased. Jury.co.nz
Speakers, Peter Gates Hamilton Business Improvement District, and Kiri Goulter, Regional Tourism Manager, based at Hamilton International Airport were guests this morning at the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce – Business Breakfast at Onyx Café, 70 Alpha Street in the Cambridge CBD. The subject – Destination Cambridge – the possible establishment of a professional Mainstreet type town centre development organisation to promote Cambridge.
Fly My Pretties
I voted yes
Cambridge; Same courses as in previous years; however there is a new registration venue. This year is the Leamington Rugby Club in Carlyle Street, Leamington. Choose between 40km / 70km course options.
From Random 6 November 2005 11:00:18AM Grey Street, Hamilton East, Hamilton, Waikato.
Zenfolio the database I use to serve the majority of images to my site is currently down for regular maintenance. This work should be complete by midnight – apologies for the inconvenience.
The Magnolia diary Tikorangi The Jury garden
Leamington Bowls alumna Genevieve Baildon continues to shine on the world stage as a member of New Zealand Lawn Bowls (Bowls New Zealand) team aka The Black Jacks at the Asia Pacific Bowls Championships 2009 being played in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur 6th-16th August 2009). Genevieve, 2008/09 Women’s World Junior Champion and current member of Hillcrest Bowling Club (Hamilton), joined Leamington Women’s Bowling Club (now Leamington Bowls) as a youngster during the 1996/97 season. On the national scene since 1998/99 Genevieve began playing internationally during the 2002/2003 season and joined the Black Jacks in November last year. The current campaign sees Genevieve representing New Zealand in the Pairs as lead with Val Smith (skip). She is member, also, of the Fours – again as lead – with Manu Timoti, Dale Lang and Karen Coombe (skip).
What’s it all about? The New Zealand Open Government Bar Camp is an “unconference” for people who are interested in making government-held data more freely available for others to re-use. An “unconference” is an alternative participant-driven event, that avoids aspects of a conventional conference, such as high fees and sponsored presentations.
Web 2.0 developments have shown the potential of combining data from different sources made freely available on the Internet. The government holds a huge range of non-personal data which could form the basis of innovative services and applications by others on the Internet. You should come if you are interested in government information policy, explore ways to provide data, making entrepreneurial use of the Internet, or building working applications during a weekend.
We’re looking for exciting images from every continent, and from diverse points of view: documentary, fine art, photojournalism, street photography, poetic, personal, abstract and human.
Zencart and OScommerce are old; really good at e-commerce, no good at doing a whole web site. WP is now good at both!
Matt Mullenweg talks with Kim Hill this morning.
Waipa District Council
From Emanuels – Lake Karapiro Lodge at Piarere, above State Highway One – Tirau Road and the Waikato river/Lake Karapiro looking south west beyond Lake Karapiro to the foothills of Maungatautari at Pukekura, south of Cambridge and Leamington. This morning lodge owners Ann and Eddie Rompelberg hosted the monthly Cambridge Chamber of Commerce Network over Coffee at their beautiful home and luxury lodge.
St Peters School Cambridge students, Chantel Mawer, left and Alice McBeth shaved their heads to raise funds for Canteen, the youth cancer foundation, ahead of their school ball, Cambridge, New Zealand, Saturday, August 01, 2009.
Diggeress Te Kanawa 1920-2009 Tokanganui-a-noho marae Te Kuiti.
Volunteer (chance seedling) This release volunteered itself and seemed appropriate to name for the International Year of Volunteering 2001. Distinctive flowers open soft pink with white edging, deepening throughout the season to dark pink, still with the white edge until the late flowers which may be pure red. Heavy textured full anemone form. Dark foliage and compact growth to 2m. Plant Variety Rights apply in New Zealand and Australia.