From the monthly archives: September 2011

Hamish Forsman previews the All Blacks’ biggest challenge yet of the Rugby World Cup, when they take on France at Eden Park.

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Josh Monro will carry family tradition along with the flag onto Waikato Stadium for the All Blacks v Japan Rugby World Cup game tonight.

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A decade’s work on automating milking has put the Greenfield Team from DairyNZ in line for a Kudos award.

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Engage … Japan tackle the All Blacks on Friday at the start of a top rugby weekend for Hamilton that also features Wales v Samoa on Sunday. Hamish Forsman previews the action.

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Locals turned out in their hundreds to support stall holders at the third home expo

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Hard on the heels of previous contenders Cornerstone Roots, Knights of the Dub Table, Katchafire, Sora Shima and Dick Dynamite and the Doppelgangers, the month-long search for the Tron’s next top band begins this week at the Flow Bar

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The perfect recipe

On September 14, 2011 By

A group of Raglan women found the ideal teacher when they started in-home cooking classes.

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Business woman Christina Rogstad addressed the first by-invitation-only career evening for women students held at Wintec’s The Atrium this week.

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Local documentary photographer David Cook’s Rotowaro exhibition opens in Belgium this Friday, September 16 – but he won’t be there to see it.

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Finally, after all the buildup, here comes the Rugby World Cup. See what Hamish Forsman thinks will happen when the All Blacks take on Tonga.

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Two young girls from Hamilton’s Aberdeen School are back at their desks this week – fresh from the World BMX Championship in Copenhagen.

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Te Awamutu went top of the Stan Meads Cup table after a hard fought win over Hamilton.

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Daniella Siraa had a treat when the Variety Mini Bash called in at Tatuanui School.

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The price of milk

On September 5, 2011 By

Matamata College principal Glen Roswell wants funding for a breakfast club so his students can start the day properly, prompting memories of a time when every child was given half a pint of milk at school daily.

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It’s a load of bull – farmers have been asked to donate a bull calf toward the cost of building a new events centre in Te Aroha

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Speedway drivers from around the North Island are queuing up to race a speedway track built on a Patetonga farm

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A collective of Wintec students and graduates hope their short film, shot in old-school 16mm, will make it all the way to overseas festivals

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