Peter Lee, Waipa District Council mayoral candidate receives both bouquets and brickbats for his in your face get out and electioneer approach. This afternoon, Wednesday, the 29th of September 2010 he either harangues or encourages – depending upon your point of view – folk to vote in Local Elections 2010 as they drive across Victoria Bridge – the high level bridge – connecting Cambridge with Leamington across the Waikato River.
Photo shoot for First Tuesday Trust | HQ Media with Gracie Taylor The face of Cambridge Melbourne Cup with much help from Justify and Shae!
The ‘official’ KWT Jubilee photos are being uploaded here. This will take a day or so. If you see an omission or mistake please email me. Those who ordered with registration or on the day should receive their photos late next week. Once I have everything uploaded I will put a form in place for new orders. Please check out the KWTJubilee website for updates.
The 2010 World Rowing Championships here at Lake Karapiro, New Zealand are thirty-four days away.
Final remarks from Karapiro principal David Graham and Whitehall principal Justin Bertrand bring the KWTJubilee (Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaoroa & Karapiro Hydro Schools) 125th combined schools jubilee to an end today, Sunday, the 26th of September 2010.
A very happy crew – the KWTJubilee 2010 committee with our Saturday evening speaker Rob Waddell. Special thanks go to Harcourts Kevin Deane Real Estate Cambridge for sponsorship support of our successful dine and dance.
Rugby players from Karapiro and Whitehall schools perform a haka to begin the official opening ceremony of the combined schools 125th jubilee today, Saturday, the 25th of September 2010 at Karapiro School, Waikato, New Zealand.
David Graham principal Karapiro School 24/9/2010.
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A bus will be leaving Leamington Bus Shelter (outside the Leamington Medical Centre, Leamington Shopping Centre, Shakespeare Street, Leamington) at 5:40PM SHARP and the Cambridge Town Hall Bus Shelter (Lake Street, Cambridge) at 5:45PM SHARP on Saturday evening.
Return by minibus can be arranged to suit during the evening.
A small charge will be made.
Coffee mugs, beer handles, wine glasses and pens. If you don’t have a forward order you had better be in quick! On sale from Friday. KWTJubilee is on this weekend. Remember that Whitehall and Karapiro Schools will be open from noon Friday 24 September 2010 until noon Saturday 25 September 2010 please feel free to have a wander around. Name tag pickup at both Whitehall and Karapiro schools from noon Friday as well.
It was going to be a masterpiece but then it began to rain – cold rain – so just a snippet.
Twelve candidates; four positions. This is hard work. The audience filling Cambridge Baptist Church this Sunday afternoon is great – though, I do feel one or two of the questions from the floor are set pieces. I think it is candidate Michael Blake who makes the comment or perhaps this should read plea – obviously not aimed at those in attendance – to get out and vote and encourage others to do the same – well, stay in and vote as this is a postal ballot. I’m all for this. The Waipa District Council Election Statistics are not good.
I have a rough idea what Future Proof is; a ‘vision’ with a website (which you or I can consult if it takes our fancy – but no idea what Shore Features is. Any ideas?
I am posting this now – 10:00 20/9/2010 (I will be adding some thoughts about the candidates and issues soonish).
Photo: The speaker is Judy Bannon one of the 12 Candidates offering their services for the 4 positions for the Cambridge Ward of the Waipa District Council.
Waipa District mayoral candidate Peter Lee. peterlee.co.nz
Waipa District mayoral candidate Steve Baron.
Waipa District mayoral candidate Alan Livingston.
Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston and Peter Lee Waipa District Deputy Mayor, both candidates in Local Elections 2010 for Mayor of Waipa District, wait to speak this afternoon, Sunday, the 19th of September 2010 at Cambridge Grey Power Meet the Candidates at Cambridge Baptist Church, Queen Street, New Zealand. There are four candidates standing for Waipa mayor in the 2010 election. Alan Livingston and Peter Lee were joined by candidate Steve Baron. Candidate James Parlane did not attend the meeting.
Update 10/10/2010: Preliminary results.
In the past few days the visits to this post have risen markedly. So, I thought I had better get out and do an update. Because of the need to balance the levels of the dams on the Waikato River due to rainfall in the Lake Taupo catchment the spillway at Karapiro – I’m uncertain if in fact the ‘gates’ are fully open in these clips – is doing its job. Here is a press release which should explain all. I was in Hamilton earlier this morning and noted the Waikato River running very high – as I crossed the Bridge Street bridge – well up over the walkways below the Ferry Bank. The three clips are a bit rough and ready – it was raining and I am trying to juggle an umbrella, the camera and my own aversion – in the first clip – to being directly above all that rushing water – it is a little unnerving.
Hand held: 11:06am 16/09/2010 25 seconds. Canon G10.
Tripod: 11:18am 16/09/2010 31 seconds
. Canon G10
Tripod: 11:22am 16/09/2010 31 seconds
. Canon G10
From the non series – Views I am very familiar with but see rarely this days. I love this – I think the building is part of St Peter’s Cathedral – well, it is right beside it – the path to the left leads up to the cathedral, in southern Victoria Street, Hamilton, New Zealand on the edge of Hamilton’s CBD.
Peter Yealands and Sir Colin Meads chat at the HQ Media breakfast at Finz Restaurant, Le Grande Hotel, central Hamilton, New Zealand this morning, Thursday, the 16th of September 2010.
Sir Colin Meads speaking this evening, Wednesday the 15th of September 2010, at Claudelands Events Centre, Claudelands, Hamilton, New Zealand. The gala event a fundraiser for the Cancer Society’s new Lions Lodge in Hamilton.
Construction of Monavale Homestead, home these days to Capernwray New Zealand, was completed in 1910 and in this year, 2010, 100th birthday celebrations are being held from Saturday the 13th of November 2010 through to Sunday 21st November 2010. You can find out the history of this lovely building and plans for the centenary celebrations here.
“To mark this milestone, a series of events and activities is currently being planned for the week of Saturday 13th – Sunday 21st November. Within the celebration week two public events have been scheduled for Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st.”
100th Year Celebration – Monavale Homestead
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George Simon in conversation with James McDonald. At the Cambridge Club, Cambridge New Zealand, Tuesday the 7th of September 2010. First Tuesday Trust. The First Tuesday Trust brings us the second Cambridge Melbourne Cup Day which in 2010 is being held in conjunction with the 2010 World Rowing Championships, on the first Tuesday of November 2010, at Lake Karapiro.
Calamity management & reporting
Mapping the quake. Media mapping and personal stories with the follow on. Being kept informed by this NZHerald timeline – there will be Saturday and Sunday archives as well if you have a poke around. I’m very taken with the well drilled Civil Defence response – excellent leadership. Though, in best of the worst stakes I’m rather glad I only found out about this – this morning. You do have to wonder.
Screen grab: NZ Herald
Update 12:59 6/9/2010: Some humour.
Update 01:01 6/9/2010: Aggregation.
Perspective (from the PA ‘family’): The Shakes (read the comments) 09:23PM 4/8/2010
Wikipedia: 2010 Canterbury earthquake 08:20PM 4/8/2010
The Film Show Special from Poetry Hamilton Style. Oh joy!