A couple of months ago we asked if anyone had any video items to contribute to TATV. We had a grand total of zero responses so this month we're widening the net a little bit. Does anyone have any audio recordings relevant to the local area? We are planning on creating a media gallery which will include video, audio and still images. Audio recordings can be anything from band performances to oral history.
4th April 2006
A longer than advertised power blackout was caused by a combination of unfavourable weather and problems encountered with pole replacement near Karapiro.
|Bringing back the birdlife
6th April 2006
A $25,000 grant from the Southern Trust will help restore native bird populations to Mt Pirongia.
|Made beeline for Beehive
11th April 2006
Beekeepers swarmed together to the Beehive last Tuesday to protest Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry action they believe has the potential to cripple their industry.
|Couple rapt with Wananga
13th April 2006
While the general publicity surrounding Te Wananga O Aotearoa continues to be negative, for many students yesterday was a day of celebration and achievement.
Cody rides to coveted role
|Pupils connect with past
21st April 2006
Te Awamutu Intermediate library bas been featuring an inspirational display of military memorabilia.
|Life flashed before eyes
26th April 2006
Te Awamutu motor enthusiasts John Hare and Maurice Hall say their lives flashed before their eyes when an out of control race car flew at them at Pukekohe.
Currently seeking volunteers: Maungatautari Trust, ph. 07-823-7455.
See you again next month.
The Te Awamutu Online Team.