Te Awamutu Courier

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  • Pakeke Lions celebrate 40th

    Te Awamutu Pakeke Lions Club celebrated its 40th birthday recently and took time to look back on its achievements.

  • Award winner is guest artist

    Te Awamutu Country Variety Club is thrilled to bring back multi-award winner Doug Erutoe as guest artist at The Bible Chapel this Saturday from 12.30pm.

  • Black Ferns tune up for Cup with 15 tries in test

    Portia Woodman claimed seven tries to make an immediate impression in her return from the sevens scene as the Black Ferns trounced Japan in their World Cup warm-up match.

  • Chiefs to start season in Christchurch

    The Gallagher Chiefs’ fixtures for the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific competition have been confirmed.

  • Back to basics on soil

    Asoil health and biodiversity field day is being held at Pāterangi, near Te Awamutu, on Wednesday, October 19.

  • DRAW

    2023 GALLAGHER CHIEFS SUPER RUGBY PACIFIC DRAW:

  • CHIEFS MANAWA SKY SUPER RUGBY AUPIKI 2023 FIXTURES

    ROUND 1

  • Bodybuilder in the big league

    Te Awamutu’s Team Trainstation competed at the WFFNZ Pan Pacific Ragnarok bodybuilding show and the co-event the GPCNZ deadlifting event last Saturday night in Ellerslie, Auckland.

  • Alton runs 84km in two days

    Last weekend saw local Alton Melville, 70, run two marathons in two days, completing both the Rotorua (September 17) and Tauranga (September 18) marathons — about 84km.

  • 70 riders compete in champs

    It was a magic day in terms of blue skies and sunshine with 70 riders signing on for Te Awamutu Sports Cycling’s club champs at Puahue on Sunday.

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