Te Awamutu Courier

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  • Duo have a shot at playing in British Open

    Acouple of casual nine-hole games of mid-week golf with friends have earned two Waikato golfers a once-in-a-lifetime shot at flying off to England to play in a world invitational golf tournament leading into the famed British Open Championship.

  • Gold do well to defend small total

    The Pratt’s Milking Ltd Te Awamutu Sports Gold cricket side travelled south to play Waitete at the Te Kūiti Domain last weekend.

  • Busy start to the summer

    Your Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter had a busy month in December, carrying out 58 lifesaving missions throughout the month.

  • Tad The Explorer: The Mummy Adventure

    Tad accidentally unleashes an ancient spell, endangering the lives of his friends Mummy, Jeff, and Belzoni.

  • Wollaston retains NZ crown

    Te Awamutu Sports Cycling Club’s Ally Wollaston continued her winning start to the new year when she defended her title at Cycling New Zealand’s National Criterium Championships in Palmerston North.

  • FEBRUARY WHAT’S ON

    Te Awamutu Events Guide as notified to the Te Awamutu Visitor i-Site Centre.

  • Care for tamariki at heart

    The Altrusa International of Te Awamutu Club over the last year has run a multi-faceted project called Surrounding our Tamariki with Love.

  • Continuing Education getting into gear for 2023

    The Te Awamutu Continuing Education Group is back for 2023 with their first meeting on Wednesday, February 15.

  • Pirongia thumps Marist

    The Pirongia cricket side dominated their second Waipā derby in two weeks with a 10-wicket thumping of Te Awamutu Marist on Saturday.

  • Driver shortage hits Waipā recycling

    Waipā continues to feel the bite of New Zealand’s nationwide driver shortage with ongoing disruption to the district’s recycling services.

Featured documents

  • Models bring lesson home for students

    The Year 5 to 8 students from Kōrakonui School’s Bayley and Wharepūhanga classes took parents and visitors on a tour of the Waikato and Auckland districts with their New Zealand Land Wars exhibition on Friday....

  • Final goodbye to the Queen

    What a week this has been. Waking this morning (Tuesday) in the UK I am still exhausted and my head is full of vibrant colours and the sound of marching feet as I try to process all that I have witnessed in the past seven days....

  • 2022 Waikato club rugby — who’s playing and who to watch

    Every year a gold mine of talent is unearthed in Waikato club rugby but there are also a lot of legendary, familiar and random faces to show up on the scene — whether they’re new to the region, returning or have been playing for several decades....

  • Small on ceremony but big on success Students make their mark as they step out into world

    Te Awamutu College held a smaller than usual senior prizegiving last Thursday, but, as principal Tony Membery explained, it was important to celebrate and recognise successes in what had been another difficult academic year....

  • Memories of a true prince among men

    Over the past two-and-a-half years, life for Julia McCarthy-Fox has changed dramatically....

  • Small on ceremony but big on success Students make their mark as they step out into world

    Te Awamutu College held a smaller than usual senior prizegiving last Thursday, but, as principal Tony Membery explained, it was important to celebrate and recognise successes in what had been another difficult academic year....

  • Rugby veteran Duley reminisces

    He might be remembered by many as the Waikato lock who chased down one of world rugby’s fastest men, but from rugby field to horse stud, Mystery Creek’s Landsdowne Park owner Dave Duley has had an industrious life over the past quarter of a century....

  • Pioneers’ stories are all we have left OPINION

    On my search for the story of former All Blacks utility back and NZRFU President Alfred “Alf” Bayly I stumbled upon, or rather didn’t stumble upon, the Stratford Pioneer Cemetery in Taranaki — a dead end, if you will....

  • Memories of a true prince among men

    Over the past two-and-a-half years, life for Julia McCarthy-Fox has changed dramatically....

  • Looking back on a century of rugby

    Over the past century, Waikato rugby has seen some legendary players wearing the red, yellow and black jersey with absolute heart and pride....

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