Tuesday 31 July 2018

2018-07-31 18.39.56 empire street cambridge waikato
2018-07-31 18.39.56 empire street cambridge waikato
2018-07-31 18.48.46 victoria street cambridge waikato
2018-07-31 18.48.46 victoria street cambridge waikato
2018-07-31 18.44.29 duke street cambridge waikato
2018-07-31 18.44.29 duke street cambridge waikato

Sunday 29 July 2018

street 29 july 2018 waikato nz

2018-07-29 09.53.45 Lakewood Cambridge Waikato New Zealand
2018-07-29 09.53.45 Lakewood Cambridge Waikato New Zealand
2018-07-29 09.58.10 Lakewood Cambridge Waikato New Zealand
2018-07-29 09.58.10 Lakewood Cambridge Waikato New Zealand
2018-07-29 10.01.53 Queen and Empire Cambridge Waikato NZ
2018-07-29 10.01.53 Queen and Empire Cambridge Waikato NZ

Sunday 8 July 2018

2018-07-08 11.26.40 Cambridge Lions' Trash n Treasure, Empire Street, Cambridge CBD, Waikato. New Zealand. 8 July 2018 day 40 of current series
2018-07-08 11.26.40 Cambridge Lions’ Trash n Treasure, Empire Street, Cambridge CBD, Waikato. New Zealand. 8 July 2018 day 40 of current series

Monday 25 June 2018

window display empire street cambridge cbd waikato new zealand monday 25 june 2018
window display empire street cambridge cbd waikato new zealand monday 25 june 2018

2013 Cambridge Autumn Festival kick off do

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2012 Forsyth Barr Short Story Competition – Gold Winner

2012 Forsyth Barr Short Story Competition – Gold Winner

2012 Forsyth Barr Short Story Competition Gold Winner Rochelle Elliot with Michelle Rolley (left) and John Sherson (right) of Forsyth Barr Cambridge. The inaugural short story competition awards were made at the gala opening of the 2012 Cambridge Autumn Festival at Rouge Empire Street this evening Wednesday the 21st of March 2012. Rochelle’s winning entry No Returnsies can be found on the Cambridge Autumn Festival website.

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Mime; Empire and Duke Cambridge New Zealand

Mime artists Cambridge CBD Wednesday evening

They came into Cambridge CBD this evening, with the rain, as most everyone else was moving off home. Remaining in character so I could not extract any info as to their origin or purpose. A workshop in street mime methinks (with just the merest hint of the Ned Flanders)  – there did appear to be more than just a handful of them – rather than some grand conceptual statement – I may be wrong. Ambush marketing? With the Cambridge Autumn Festival due to kick off close by within the hour hmmm!

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Live music at Rouge this Sunday

Live music at Rouge this Sunday
Sean O’Hooligan (from Hair of the Dog)
From 1pm, Sunday 26th June 2011

Rouge O'hooligan 26/6/2011

Rouge Cafe & Wine Bar 11 Empire Street, Cambridge New Zealand 07 823 9178

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Window rabbits Cambridge New Zealand

Colonial Heritage Antiques, Empire Street, Cambridge, New Zealand

Window rather than roof rabbits – with a little bit of Peter and a dash of Aardman. These metal ‘statues’ are roughly a metre tall – quite cool really if you like such things. Oh and I guess it is Easter as well.

Le Joie French style market Cambridge, New Zealand

Cupcakes

Artisan Shoes

Artisan Shoes

This morning, Saturday 4 December 2010, at Le Joie French style market, Cambridge, New Zealand – on the Alpha Street and Empire Street corner in and about the former RSA building. Cupcakes, strawberries, Artisan Shoes, coffee and music, books, furniture, gifts and much besides. Every Saturday.

What’s on Cambridge New Zealand 30/10/2010 Saturday markets

Le Joie French style market Cambridge New Zealand
Cambridge Farmers Market Cambridge New Zealand

Cambridge Farmer’s Market Alpha Street and Victoria Street corner of Victoria Square. Le Joie French style market (in it’s first outing) corner of Alpha Street and Empire Street corner in and about the former RSA building.

What’s on Cambridge New Zealand – Le Joie French style market

Le Joie French Style Market Cambridge New Zealand

Le Joie French Style Market, Corner Empire & Alpha Streets Cambridge, New Zealand. Rebecca Lee Market Manager 027 263 5253 or rebecca@metromedianz.co.nz. Saturdays30th October, 6th November, 13th November, 20th November, 27th November, 4th December, 11th December, 18th December 2010.

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand – Central Courtyard

Welcome to Cambridge New Zealand

Central Court and the Central Courtyard aka Rouge Courtyard

There are eight or ten possies around the Cambridge CBD that attract alfresco diners – especially on a beautiful cloud free spring morning such as this. Here at the southern end of Empire Street Central Court the former Central Hotel home now to retail outlets and other businesses. To the left Rouge Cafe patrons on this Sunday morning the 3rd of October 2010. Cambridge New Zealand.

Cambridge New Zealand – coming up – Chris Thompson

Chris says

Well, it starts at 8pm and goes till late & I’ll be playing a mixture of my own songs as well as some Folk/Blues and Country standards – it’ll be about 60% original songs. There’s no cover charge as far as I am aware. All welcome.

That would be at Flying Nunn (the once infamous Kelly Browne’s Bar), 3 Empire Street, Cambridge this Friday, the 30th of July 2010.

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Cambridge New Zealand – Xpressionz Floral Design

Xpressionz Floral Design

Shannon Morris and Haylie Jamieson at home with their new business Xpressionz Floral Design in Empire Street, Cambridge, New Zealand. And today Mother’s Day!!

Published: 18/7/2010

Carolyn Parkes The Deli on the corner

Carolyn Parkes The Deli on the corner

Tomorrow, Sunday the 28th of February 2010, is Carolyn’s last day as owner of The Deli on the corner after seven and a half years. She will be greatly missed.

BTW normal service continues on Monday morning under new ownership.

The Deli On The Corner 48 Victoria Street, Cambridge, Waikato 3434, New Zealand +64 7 827 5370

Cambridge NZ retail therapy

Late Night ShoppingPhoto: 11/12/2009

It’s late night shopping in Cambridge tomorrow night, Friday, the 18th of December 2009. And Santa will be at Wright’s Bookshop & thereabouts between 5 and 8PM. BTW Santa photos can be found here.

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Bambino’s Cafe Cambridge NZ

Bambino’s Cafe Cambridge NZ

Not an eatery I have reason to visit – but a nice idea all the same. The scale of much of it is child sized. It has closed. I am not sure of the circumstances – the window notice indicates the business is for sale. BTW Cambridge4kids – is a useful website for child orientated businesses, services and activities hereabouts – run by Cambridge Plunket.

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Colonial Heritage Antiques Cambridge NZ

Colonial Heritage Antiques

This comfortable and enduring window display has marked the Colonial Heritage Antiques corner of Duke and Empire Streets in Cambridge NZ CBD forever. Ever changing and continually fascinating -books of Aotearoa New Zealand – not surprisingly – more often than not feature as focal point for the display.

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Hair of the Dog at Rouge

Hair of the Dog at Rouge, Empire Court, Empire Street Cambridge New Zealand Friday evening the 11th of December 2009. That’s Paul Taranaki sitting in on drums and long time friend Julie Pescud on fiddle.

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Busking @ Victoria and Empire

Fine music on the big roundabout right beside Deli On The Corner Victoria and Empire Street corner Cambridge, New Zealand, this afternoon, Friday the 3rd of July 2009. FYI the ‘storm clouds’ in the background  (to the south west) – come to nothing.

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Dance

Sunday in Cambridge slideshow

It’s a pity the young folk – and there are dozens and dozens of them – who put so much energy into the parade are unable, because of their participation, to enjoy the parade as a whole. A post parade display on Victoria Square is an idea – so all can fully enjoy the atmosphere.

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A sunny Cambridge afternoon II

Empire Court | Empire Hotel

Central Court – the former Central Hotel – at the exit of Empire Street as it spills into the Victoria Street Duke Street roundabout (the big roundabout) with friendly Duke Street heading off in a roughly easterly direction in the right hand corner. The BNZ building is behind me.