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    • Swimming into Awards
      • 27 May 2014
      • Wellington Swimming Association
      • If it fantastic to see that many of our hard working Administrators, athletes and technical officials are once again in the spot light for the fantastic contribution to our Sport; Kapiti Sports Awards Winners Athlete with Disability Winner: Santana Chapman Kapiti official of the Year Winner:   Paul Matson Sport Wellington Administrator of the Year Finalist: Paul Mason Coastlands Volunteer of the Year Finalist:  Chris Dyhrberg Contributor to Sport  of the Year Finalist: Chris Dyhrberg Wairarapa Sports Awards, Finalists 4 June 2014, held at the Copthorne Robyn Prior, Masterton, Volunteer of the Year Sam Rossister-Stead, Administrator Swim Wairarapa Anna Kitchen, Masterton Coach Masterton 12 & Under Team Kate Sims, Junior Girl Mitchell Coburn, Junior Boy
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    • MetroLeague 2
      • 24 May 2014
      • Wellington Swimming Association
      • Tawa MetroLeague 2 Psych Sheets Wairarapa MetroLeage 2 Psych Sheets Meet Results-MetroLeague 2-24May2014-001Tawa Meet Results-MetroLeague 2-24May2014-001Wairarapa MetroLeague Points after round 2
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    • Hutt Valley Team Defend Title!
      • 10 Apr 2014
      • Tennis Central
      • Hutt Valley Tennis Association have successfully defended their title winning this weekend’s Capital Coaching Central Rep Fixture. Tennis Central’s 7 Associations (Taranaki, Manawatu, Wairarapa, Wanganui, Wellington, Kapi Mana, Hutt Valley and a Combined Team) battled it out at the Wellington Renouf Centre to take the honours.
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    • Give your car a Spring break - and win!
      • 1 Sep 2013
      • Greater Wellington Regional Council
      • Wellington region’s popular Spring to the Street transport challenge starts on Monday 9 September, with great prizes to be won. The three-week challenge involves individuals or teams ‘logging’ every non-recreational trip they make on foot, by bike, scooter, public transport or in a carpool. There are prizes for the individual and team that earn the most points, the workplace with the greatest percentage of participants, along with a range of prizes for those with the best sustainable transport story to tell. Prizes include: a Wairarapa wine tour with Tranzit tours, an overnight stay on Kapiti Island courtesy of Kapiti Island Nature Tours, a team lunch at Logan Brown, a Bike Barn bike for your workplace, a workplace morning tea from Blue Carrot, and outdoor gear from Macpac. Claire Pascoe, Spring to the Street coordinator, says Spring - with its warmer weather and longer days -  is a perfect opportunity to take to the streets and try different ways of getting around. “If you’d like to try cycling to work, you could start by cycling to the shops which will earn you valuable points for the challenge. Or you could start taking the bus or train which gives you a bit of exercise walking to and from the bus stop or station and saves on parking.” Khandallah resident Ann Thomson began giving her car a break when the July 21 earthquake forced the closure of the James Smith parking building. She now always catches the bus to work in the CBD  and is enjoying the change. “Once I switched to the routine of catching a bus instead of taking the car, it’s been easy to carry on. Catching the bus helps me to organise my time better, it’s great catching up with neighbours at the bus stop, and I can take time out on the bus as I don’t need to think about traffic. Also you save on parking fees and petrol.” A new and fun feature of Spring to the Street this year will be Open Street Sunday, between 1-4pm on Sunday 22 September, when Dixon Street, between Taranaki and Victoria Street, and lower Cuba Street, will be car-free. “Bring your bike, scooter, unicycle, skates or just your two feet and make the most of the open space. There’ll be fun activities, music and food stalls – so don’t miss it.” Register now for the Spring to the Street challenge, open to everyone in the Wellington region. You can  either as an individual or part of a team of up to six people. Claire says increasing numbers of workplaces are entering multiple teams. “It certainly brings out the competitive spirit among different departments of an organisation!” Spring to the Street prizes will be presented at a special event at Midland Park on Friday 27 September. For more information, call 021 941 266 or email us
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    • Singles night in Wairarapa attracts bus load of women from Kapiti
      • 8 Aug 2013
      • WAIRARAPA gets a mini version of a bachelors and spinsters ball on Saturday night when a bus load of Kapiti women arrive at The Tin Hut. Singles Night is one of the innovations Matt Pearce and Lisa Ewart have added since buying the Featherston cafe, bar and restaurant in December. Renovations and some fine food additions are among the changes. However, Saturday’s Singles Night will be a “breakaway from the norm” said Mr Pearce, who met Ms Ewart at the pub they now own.
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    • Befriending native fish
      • 31 Jul 2013
      • Greater Wellington Regional Council
      • �� Environmental science officer Brett Cockeram checking a fish-trap Budding Wairarapa conservationists learnt heaps about native fish and wetland plants in a trip to Carters Reserve with the Kiwi Conservation Club last week.
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    • Geography Farm Trip
      • 24 Jun 2013
      • Saint Catherines College
      • Glorious Mud! Glorious Mud!n Tuesday 18th June our year 11 Geography class set out for the wilds of the Wairarapa.
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    • Spca Wairarapa
      • The Wairarapa SPCA provides a 24 hour, 7 days a week rescue service for injured and unclaimed pets. We provide shelter, care and rehoming for lost, abandoned and unwanted pets. We provide a pet link service for lost and found pets. We investigate claims of animal cruelty.
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    • Steve Allsopp Photography
      • Steve Allsopp Photography services the Greater Wellington region the Wairarapa and provides specialist professional photography in Fine Art/Reportage style Wedding Photography, beautiful Fine Art prints and Creative Fine Art imagery to International Publishing houses. In partnership with professional portrait photographer Sue Allman, Steve will photograph your wedding day in an unobstusiveand contemporary reportage style. With two experienced photographers working alongside you, every aspect of the day can be captured. Skilled in the art of post processing Steve takes great care to ensure that the finished images are of the highest standard providing you with documentary and Fine Art memories will last a lifetime. All Wedding packages can be fully customised to meet your personal requirements and budget and a no obligation detailed quote is happily provided on request. Many of Steve's Fine Art images can be found on the cover of Intenationally published novels
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    • win tickets to ‘songs of a wayfarer’ for fathers...
      • 2 Sep 2014
      • Orchestra Wellington
      • WIN TICKETS TO ‘SONGS OF A WAYFARER’ FOR FATHERS DAY THIS SUNDAY! With Dads Day coming up this Sunday the 7th of September, we’re giving you the chance to go into a DAILY DRAW to win a DOUBLE PASS to the Orchestra Wellington concert! What a perfect treat for Dad (or even keep it for yourself & a friend!) Simply answer this question: Q: WHO IS KNOWN AS THE ‘FATHER OF THE SYMPHONY’? (CLUE…he’s a composer featured in this Sunday’s concert!) Simply email your answer to and you’ll go into the draw. A winner will be drawn everyday and notified by 6PM DAILY until the day of the concert. IF YOU MISS OUT THIS TIME AROUND, DON’T FORGET TO UTILISE OUR SPECIAL FATHERS DAY OFFER OF $35* TICKETS (SAVING $20!) Good Luck and we look forward to seeing you Sunday! *Offer available from TICKETEK online or box office. Usual terms, conditions & booking fees apply
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