From the monthly archives: October 2011

Two Local boxers, Phillip Jenions and Cory Miles, are set to box in the NZ boxing champs in Lower Hutt this week.

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Huntly College students aim to break down barriers when they perform dance from around the world next month

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Aucklander Romel Aziz has been a refugee twice – once from the Kurds and the second time from Saddam Hussein.

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Wintec’s editor-in-residence Martyn “Bomber” Bradbury has been banned from a Radio New Zealand programme following comments he made during a discussion on Afternoons with Jim Mora.

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First-time artist in the Hamilton River Festival, Judy Darragh, transformed the riverbanks into a bright sea of colour which saw people working together to build an interesting piece of art work.

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TVNZ has announced it is moving the long-running and high-rating Coronation Street from its 7.30pm timeslot to two hours earlier to make way for MasterChef Australia.

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For many, shaving their head is a daunting thought but for a young Cambridge resident, it was the least she could do to raise money for those suffering from the famine in East Africa.

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For wheelchair-bound Tegan Morris The Hamilton Fringe Festival was a chance to take on a new challenge.

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Two years on from the devastating tsunami which hit Samoa, a Hamilton woman reflects on the hardships of losing her clothing business and shares how she has had to rebuild her life and company…

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As rain-soaked Welsh and Fijian fans flooded out of Waikato Stadium on Sunday night, four Wintec journalism students were busy fighting their way through a media scrum.

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