Te Awamutu Courier

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  • New agent joins LJ Hooker TA

    Acareer in real estate was never the plan for Kylie Johnston but, after a life-changing event, she started her career with LJ Hooker in Queensland.

  • Kids’ names key to big win

    New Zealand radio station ZM has been running its “Five on Time” competition for the past six weeks, with ZM hosts Carl Fletcher, Vaughan Smith and Hayley Sproull inviting listeners to try their luck.

  • Inflation angst for mortgage holders

    The five things you need to know about the housing market this week.

  • Help for 5000 families Loving Arms flourishing from seed planted 10 years ago

    It was almost 10 years ago that Te Awamutu’s Sharni Budd saw one new mum in need and decided she would try to help.

  • Devilskin will rise

    Multi-platinum Kiwi rockers Devilskin are revving up and getting ready to hit the road shortly in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of their ground-breaking debut album We Rise.

  • New album for Crowded House

    Te Awamutu born-and-raised Neil Finn’s multi-platinum-selling rock band Crowded House have just revealed the second taste of their forthcoming album, Gravity Stairs, with the new single Teenage Summer.

  • SPORTS BRIEF

    Foster joins World XV

  • Patron honours Te Awamutu country club with performance

    Te Awamutu Country Music Club is honoured to welcome special guest artist Dennis August this Sunday.

  • Gibbes at helm of Under 20s

    Te Awamutu Sports rugby legend Jono Gibbes has selected 31 rising stars, including former Sports player Malachi Wrampling-Alec, in his New Zealand squad for the inaugural Rugby Championship Under 20 tournament on the Sunshine Coast, Australia next month.

  • Full steam ahead at model train show

    Hamilton Model Railroaders Club brought its model railway exhibition to life over the weekend in Te Awamutu.

Featured documents

  • One man’s cause — and effect

    It might take 50 years to restore the health of Tauranga Harbour but it’s achievable, believes Katikati’s Lawrie Donald, who has worked hard towards that goal....

  • Breanna shines for Te Awamutu College

    Friday morning’s Te Awamutu College Senior Prizegiving at ASB Stadium Te Awamutu once again highlighted the wealth of talented young people in the region and the dedication of everyone involved with Te Awamutu College to ensure students reach their full potential....

  • OPINION Lifestyle tips the scale

    Over the course of my adult life my weight has fluctuated by 43kg —so what have I been doing wrong?...

  • Volunteers want you to join ongoing battle against pests

    As the weather cools and more wet weather sets in homeowners may notice a number of pests will also try to take up residence to escape the elements....

  • Kai 4 All feeding the community

    ATe Awamutu-based community distribution charity has been recognised by Prime Minister Chris Hipkins for its contribution during the Covid-19 pandemic....

  • 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....

  • McCarthy reflects on his sporting journey

    St Paul’s Collegiate School physical education teacher and former North Otago rugby halfback Ryan McCarthy, 43, has travelled New Zealand and the world through his sport....

  • Bardoul duo both capped by Steamers

    Te Awamutu-born former Bay of Plenty Steamers rugby forward Johan “Yogi” Bardoul, 35, was thrilled to watch younger brother Seamus make his Steamers debut on September 28 at Tauranga Domain....

  • Three Sisters next book from

    A global pandemic has been an unusual time for international bestselling author Heather Morris (The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka’s Journey) – but it hasn’t stopped her releasing her fourth book in as many years....

  • 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....

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