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What’s in a building’s name?

New Zealand-born cycling giant and now Swiss-owned cycling manufacturer Avanti will continue getting free publicity in Waipā, even though its 10-year naming rights deal with…

Junior vaccinations start

More than 1220 Waikato tamariki were vaccinated against Covid-19 with the child version of the Pfizer vaccine on Monday. A Waikato DHB spokesperson said 43,766…

Waipā rise continues

Economists might be predicting the house market will cool this year but for that to happen in Te Awamutu, Pirongia or Kihikihi, there would have…

CAB looks for new faces

If you are the one people always looks to for help or advice, have highly-tuned problem solving skills and communicate well, then Te Awamutu needs…

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Devon eyes a Parisian prize

Devon Briggs’ 18th birthday this month marks a significant step towards his goal of competing in the Paralympics. He is now of age to shoot for the dream…

Teed up at Tīeke

The first rounds of golf have been played at New Zealand’s newest golf course situated in the Waipā district. The $15 million Tīeke Golf Estate…

Honours board found

When Community Sports Director Ollie Ward opened the Te Awamutu News, he went straight to page five – and saw the headline: A rugby mystery: who can solve it? He had…

A rugby mystery: Who can solve it? 

Te Awamutu’s sub union has just a few weeks to solve a seven-year-old puzzle. In 2014, the Te Awamutu Sports grandstand was renovated and photos…