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The lads from TrustPower; Graig Neustroski National Sales Manager and Graeme Purches Community Relations Manager speak to members of Cambridge Chamber of Commerce this evening, Wednesday the 30th of June 2010, at Red Cherry Cafe. Their subject; New Zealand’s power supply industry and TrustPower’s place in it. A wide ranging presentation – PowerPoint and all – current, historic and projected power requirements. Planning, strategy and logistics for future generation requirements. Expectations, obligations and frustrations under current regulation. TrustPower investment policy and strategies / positioning in the commercial and domestic power supply market. Not forgetting research, community v corporate philosophies (hearts and minds stuff) – and the big picture where do we go from here? questions. Along with one or two bits and bobs I didn’t quite grasp.
Heady stuff – whew!
Part feel good, part advocacy, part PR and part too much information – robustly entertaining none the less. Oh, and a disclosure; I am a happy TrustPower customer also using TrustPower telecoms division Kinect (BTW excellent and personable tech. support).
A large local event – with an excellent gala feel – televised live across the country. Just a pity the teams are so mismatched – the combined weight of the St Peter’s pack being considerably greater than that of ‘visitors’ Cambridge High. I was looking forward to photographing this but suffered battery failure – an experience so rare for me I don’t recall it having occurred before – on-the-job that is – I have invested in a backup.
St Peter’s School Cambridge Open Day tomorrow, Sunday, the 2nd of May 2010 13:45 – 16:00.
Cambridge Antiques Cricket Club walk on to No 1 Oval at St Peter’s School Cambridge New Zealand, after lunch on this Sunday afternoon, the 7th of February 2010, to defend their 181 run innings against visitors the Onehunga Mallers. Golden Oldies Cricket – played worldwide – has some 15 teams competing in our region from Dargaville north of Auckland to Taupo in the south. In 2010 club members are involved in the 2010 Parliament and Celebrity Cricket Match – Celebrating 140 years of Cricket in Cambridge – on Sunday the 28th of February at Victoria Square Cambridge – and the 2010 Golden Oldies Cricket Festival at Harrogate England in August. Cambridge Antiques’ next match, a home game, will be on Sunday the 21st of February at Victoria Square Cambridge against Rotorua’s Geyserland Googlies. This afternoon the Onehunga Mallers came home in 32 overs, to win the limited over match, with 182 runs for the loss of six wickets. There are a few more photos here.