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150 years since attack on Rangiaowhia in the New Zealand War
Like Waipa June 2013
Kihikihi International Horse Trial 2012 Easter 2012
Maunga Pirongia from Pirongia visitor centre museum | Pirongia Historic Visitor Centre Te Whare Taonga o Ngaa Rohe o Arekahanara Inc
Fibre Arawata Street Te Awamutu – not sure as to the author’s intentions. The message is loud and clear though.
Day gallery with more photos here.
At the first day of competition of the 74th Annual Maori Golf Championships at Te Awamutu Golf Course, Kihikihi, Kihikihi Road, Te Awamutu.
At Parawera marae powhiri for NZ Maori Golf Nationals
I am covering the 74th Annual Maori Golf Championships 2011 at Te Awamutu Golf Club & Stewart Alexander Golf and Country Club next week.
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.
The Waipa Community Forum. Join up – join in. Waipa District, Te Ika a Maui, Aotearoa.
Kees talking to Sacha in Hamilton
It is possibly quicker and easier to use this. The Draft Waipa District Plan is available for public feedback until 30th November 2010.
2010 Waikato Fireworks Fiesta – Ohaupo Rugby Club Grounds
WRCH2010 Buses Maungatautari Road & Redoubt Road
EnviroWaste, 27 Matos Segedin Drive, CAMBRIDGE
Red Bins Ltd, 547 Paterangi Road, TE AWAMUTU
Cambridge New Zealand we have the fridge magnet
Te Awamutu Museum 135 Roche Street, Te Awamutu, New Zealand T: 64 (7) 872 0085 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
See this fascinating exhibition of historical photographs lovingly preserved by those who worked and lived along the stretch of the Waikato River now known as Lake Karapiro.
Dave Homewood of Wings Over Cambridge fame has established The Waipa Community Forum. Join up, join in.
EnviroWaste, 27 Matos Segedin Drive, CAMBRIDGE
Cambridge – Karapiro cycleway walkway – karakia (prayer).
Re elected for a fourth term as Waipa District Council Mayor Alan Livingston, this morning, Sunday the 1oth of October 2010 at Cambridge Town Hall, Cambridge, New Zealand.
No, I don’t have them either. Preliminary results as soon as practicable after close of voting. But where? If you would like to enlighten us please reply below.
Great work Karen – we will enjoy our flags of self congratulation and festivity. But brickbats to the compilers of the imagery – where oh where is the dairy industry? – come on!!
I’m all for this. The Waipa District Council Election Statistics are not good. Someone said a 31% voter turnout?
Waipa District mayoral candidate Peter Lee: video. Waipa District mayoral candidate Steve Baron. Waipa District mayoral candidate Alan Livingston.
Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston & Peter Lee Waipa District Deputy Mayor both candidates in Local Elections 2010 for Mayor of Waipa District, Sunday, the 19th of September 2010 at Cambridge Grey Power Meet the Candidates
Let’s vote for Phil Brown in the Kiwi Battler competition.
Good morning from Lake Karapiro. Karapiro on the TV this morning, but, I’m not quite sure why here in weather forecast terms is Kirikiriroa. Kirikiriroa aka Hamilton is a good 25 kms away downstream or north-west – take your pick – must have something to do with the concept main centre – we know better of course. Impressed with the use of Te Reo in naming the rohe – I have this feeling I’m missing something here – I mean this is breakfast television.
Mock HDRI or a fluke? It does look the part – though – don’t look too closely! I quite like the building, but have yet to get a real handle on it. It does have a quiet presence which suits it’s place in the world, sitting as it is, alongside a large body of water. For some reason this photograph reminds me of some stylish 1950s American house and garden magazine illustration or perhaps an advertisment in National Geographic of similar vintage.
Karapiro School at 2010 Waipa Mayoral Cycle Challenge
It’s waka ama week at Lake Karapiro this week the 19th – 23rd January 2010. This morning I spent an hour mooching about chatting and taking photos – thanks to each and every one of you for happily taking part in my random guy walks up and asks to take your photo behind the scenes at waka ama project – thanks especially to Ralph for the cool ‘cover shot’ and thanks also to those in the couple of sneaky shots.
American PhD (Cultural Anthropology) student and New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS) recepient Matthew Harms – has a blog at Kiwi Chronicles. Here is a run down of what he’s up to – (from the 2009 NZIDRS recipient list).
A whole raft of stats about Waipa District on the Statistics New Zealand – Tatauranga Aotearoa website.
What’s on? – Waipa District – Swim Karapiro, Gala night Cambridge Repertory Society The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s Production of Macbeth, Cambridge Christmas Festival, Te Awamutu Christmas Parade and Festivities, Carols by Candlelight at Monavale Homestead tonight and tomorrow night. Santa at Wright’s Bookshop.
Not a sport video or an art work – rather an exercise in editing using Windows Movie Maker. The timing begins with the first riders and notes the time lapse – approximately – of those following. The race, the Maunga Cycle Challenge, captured with the Canon G10 as it passes through the intersection of Lamb Street and Carlyle Street / Roto-o-Rangi Road on the boundary of Leamington and Pukekura. The Maunga Cycle Challenge started and finished in Te Awamutu.
Mayor of Waipa Alan Livingston speaks, today, Friday the 30th of October 2009 as Cambridge celebrates one year to the 2010 World Rowing Champs at Lake Karapiro, with a street parade. Karapiro 2010 One-Year-Out Celebration.
Waipa District Mayor Alan Livingston officially declared the Shakespeare Street upgrade complete, and unveiled the last of the poetry pillars.
This other Leamington, this noble town,
set like a jewel in England’s farthest crown,
honours the many masters of the pen.
by naming all her streets from famous men.
M.S, 21 April 1954.
Leamington New Zealand colours – blue & white.
Brian & Caroline Tidey – Sheridan Dairy,
Reema & Shaleen Singh – Leamington Maxi Market,
Sam, Ewan, Trevor, Luke, Sue & Jenny with Payton-Lee in the front – Cambridge Home Kills,
Scott – Scott’s Café,
Ken – Leamington Pharmacy,
Tash & Peet van Dijk – Cambridge Body Art,
Kevin Cattley – Leamington Cycles & Mowers,
Maxine & Cherie – Maxine’s Collectibles,
Leanne – Leamington Barber Shop,
Sam & Narelle – Leamington Pet Vet,
Margaret Hampson-Tindale & Betty Hines – Jumble Around,
Max Russell – BP 2go Leamington,
Nicki & Jill – Cambridge Community House,
Donna Goodman – Warm Floors Gas & Heat Centre,
Karen Rouse – Class Act Hair Design,
Helen, Karen and Alison – Leamington Path Lab,
James Hemi – Leamington Physiotherapy,
Carol – Hamilton Radiology,
Vania – Shakespeare Closet,
Roger, Shani, Dagsha, Paula and Adele – Shakespeare Street Four Square,
Karl, Steven, John and Keith – Leamington Motor Services,
Dr Ian Gilbertson, Dr Rama Somas, Nurse Janet, Receptionist Kristel, Nurse Jane and Receptionist Sue – Leamington Medical Centre,
Gagan & Jay – Shakespeare Liquor,
Laura Mead student, Yvonne Randle, Dawn Wirihana, Roka Kirkland and Vicky Kay – Community Health staff members,
Roy. Craig and Rod – Rosswood,
Ian – Shakespeare’s Gourmet Pizzas,
Ron & Rosemary Cook – Cambridge Osteopathic Clinic.
The trust which oversees the Maungatautari Ecological Island appears to be in major shake-up mode.
The organisation’s four paid staff face the axe, one trustee has resigned in protest over how it has been handled and its chief excutive is “totally disappointed”.
For reasons I have not researched Waipa District held eDay 2009 last weekend when as far I can see everyone else is holding it tomorrow. Not a great idea particularly when nationwide publicity is poor anyway. So it will be a trip to Hamilton tomorrow.
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.
Anyone with any information on who may have been responsible for the robberies is asked to contact Mr Crowe at the Cambridge Police Station on 07 8275531. Alternatively information can be left anonymously on the confidential crimeline, 0800 Busthem (0800 287843).
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