Rangiaowhia, Waikato, New Zealand
Surrealist Garden. Hamilton Gardens, Waikato, New Zealand.
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Hobbiton, Waikato, Te Ika a Maui, Aotearoa
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baptism Waipa River Sweetwaters Music Festival via Ngaruawahia
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Wind mandala Nambassa Festival Golden Valley Coromandel Peninsula
Nick Hayhoe & Pink in the fabulous Flying V Tamahere Waikato Te Ika a Maui Aotearoa New Zealand.
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At the Waihou Kenrick Street Te Aroha Waikato Te Ika a Maui
Waitangi Day Cambridge New Zealand Cambridge Community Marae
Motumaoho School & District 100 year time capsule
Hamilton Gardens are beside the Waikato River in New Zealand.
Maunga Pirongia from Pirongia visitor centre museum | Pirongia Historic Visitor Centre Te Whare Taonga o Ngaa Rohe o Arekahanara Inc
a short trip to Hamilton New Zealand: Steele Park, Grey Street, Bridge Street (Waikato River), Museum (Victoria Street), Garden Place.
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Grass Roots opening this evening. Inspirit Studio & Gallery, 360 Pencarrow Road, Tamahere.
Copyright © 2010 Galangal Press Ltd Waikato, NEW ZEALAND, & Chonburi, THAILAND. Publisher: Galangal Press ISBN 978-0-473-17236-7, 200 pages, full colour – more than 400 photos, crown quarto signature paperback.
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.
The closing date for entries to the Environmental Art Photography Challenge 2010 has been extended to immediately after Easter, Tuesday 6th April 2010.
Waikato jumper. Window display, Sloane Street, Te Awamutu, Waikato, Te Ika a Māui, Aotearoa.
Future Proof outlines how the Hamilton, Waikato and Waipa region will develop moving forward.
Well, I hope they know. At first I thought it a joke. More here. They must be serious – pity they didn’t spend writing proper.
Process, practice, conceptual framework, hard work, being there/here, sharing, communication. Surely we’ve already had this little chat. The process bit appears naive, unworldly and embarrassingly behind the times – a discussion about a discussion about a discussion? Yeah right.
St Matthew’s Morrinsville
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).
Cambridge and Leamington combined form one of two major population centres within Waipa District, the other is Te Awamutu. Here are some stats from the localcouncils.govt.nz website. The Waipa District Council website. Waipa is one of the twelve district councils of the Waikato Regional Council or as it is more commonly known and branded Environment Waikato.
Karapiro, Whitehall, Taotaroa and Karapiro Hydro Schools’ 125th Jubilee on 24 – 26 September 2010 go to the Jubilee website.
Waikato’s own Chris Thompson with a new video on YouTube.
Feeding the Kaka (there are three in this photo – all nibbling on peanuts) at the aviary in the Southern Enclosure within the Maungatautari Ecological Island. Feeding times are 9:30am and 3:30pm daily. BTW MEIT are running a naming competition for these lovable characters. You can enter here – SUBJECT: KAKA COMPETITION.
Who should we see as we entered the MEIT Southern enclosure on our way to see the Kaka being fed. Well, I saw Gloria first. John hoved into sight momentarily. Lovely to see them.
Thanks Phil. Check out Chris’s Snapshot at Amplifer.co.nz.
This annual event on Lake Karapiro, run by Cambridge Charities Trust, raised some $6000.00 for Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand, today, Sunday the 23rd of November 2008.
Photograph by Olivia Spitalny. Hot Shots To Go 62 Duke Street Cambridge New Zealand.
Remember it is eDay this weekend. The perfect time to rid yourself of unwanted computer gear in a useful way. Waikato eDay is Sunday the 5th of October between 9am – 3pm. The Hamilton dropoff is Mainfreight in Foreman Road. eDay details are at eday.org.nz. Vanessa Mohi-Goodchild is the Hamilton/Waikato contact. 021 110 0226 orContinue reading “eDay 2008”
The Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust held an open day today, Sunday the 7th of September 2008, to celebrate Conservation Week 2008 and the unveiling of directional and interpretive signage sponsored by power generation company Mighty River Power. Visitors admire new signage at the MEIT southern enclosure at Pukeatua. David Wallace Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust ChairContinue reading “Maungatautari Ecological Island”
Jim Mylchreest chief executive of the Maungatautari Ecological Island Trust speaking today, Sunday the 7th of September 2008, at the southern enclosure Pukeatua. Phil Brown‘s photographs can be found here. (This is a bit of an experiment – I should have done so long ago. It works! There will be more.)
My cousin Brett, Dad, cousins David (rear) and Steven, brother-in-law Don (standing), cousin Nick and aunt Dorothy in the winning socks. You can read all about the Waikato rugby team here.
Taco Loco Mexican catering. In the Waikato that is.
This is Spark week here in the Waikato. For details go to the website. And be sure to catch this if you have a chance. Check this out as well.