From the monthly archives: June 2011

Spread the spoken word: poetry slams have arrived on the Hamilton scene, courtesy of Kashka Tunstall.

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Amy Tapp never knows what her next challenge will be while she waits for the pager to sound at St John’s Ngaruawahia headquarters.

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There’s no shortage of helping hands for rugby’s big event – with media, VIP and sports presentation roles proving particularly popular.

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Fairfield and Te Kuiti Primary School Rippa rugby sides are through to the national tournament.

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Rae Timu is a receptionist at Hilda Ross House; a hospital hotel owned by the Waikato DHB, has lived and worked all over the country and travelled all over the world with her son, an up and coming rugby player.

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A special meeting has been called to consider a motion asking for the removal of the Sawit president.

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A Kiwi couple back from Israel have a story to tell of oppression and suffering.

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Mother Jacqui Barrett enjoys talking to primary school schoolchildren about little people – and she’s referring to herself, not them.

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The size of Tsar’s Gold at least week’s Fieldays proved a show-stopper.

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Former All Black and Dancing with the Stars performer Norm Hewitt shared his experiences of domestic violence when he was given a warm welcome at Te Awamutu Intermediate last week.

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Mandy Jiang went to a bank recruitment interview for experience – and came out of it with a job in her home city of Jinan.

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Hamilton’s Glenview primary school has dumped rubbish bins, with pupils taking their rubbish home for recycling.

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Auckland mayor Len Brown and All Black Marc Ellis will sleep rough on the streets of Auckland next month – to help raise money for charity Lifewise’s Big Sleepout.

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Riverdale Alpacas took a year off last year, but they are back in force this year with three of their best alpacas for the public to see.

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