A new episode of "Talk TA" is available at TATV — click here to watch it. This episode includes selected highlights from the SCREAM Rosetown Festival.
The festival was as successful as ever thanks to the efforts of Roz Liddell, Dean Taylor, the Te Awamutu Courier and all the individual event organisers. Well done everyone.
|Committee and sponsors geared up for Christmas
2nd November 2006
Te Awamutu Alive’s Christmas Spirit Committee has been working as hard as Santa’s elves getting the town’s Christmas preparations in place.
|Nightmare wake-up call
7th November 2006
Brian and Christine Jeffs got the news every parent of a teenager dreads. The couple’s 15-year-old son, Nicholas Samuel Thomas, had died at the wheel of his car on Cambridge Road less than a kilometre from home.
|Riders rally for change
9th November 2006
Over 100 riders, sporting black arm bands, made the trek from Te Awamutu to Hamilton in an attempt to clear negative misconceptions motorists have about cyclists.
|Adam first Rosetown Idol
14th November 2006
Te Awamutu College Hall resembled the real ‘Idol’ studio, complete with signs and cheering for favourite performers, for the inaugural Rosetown Idol.
|Honouring service to youth
16th November 2006
Sue O’Brien, Hinga and Lloyd Whiu and Patricia Adam were all recognised for their outstanding service to the community at the Trust Waikato Child and Family Awards.
21st November 2006
Tim Finn plans to renew his relationship with his hometown when he concludes his short nationwide ‘Imaginary Kingdom’ tour here on Saturday, December 2.
|Laura Waipa sports supremo
23rd November 2006
Few have enjoyed more celebration over the past 12 months than newly crowned Waipa District Sportsperson of the Year, Laura Langman
|Search for arson clues
28th November 2006
Police and fire safety officers are treating a blaze at Te Mawhai as arson.
|‘Honey, let’s save our kids!’
30th November 2006
The Smith family of Te Awamutu put themselves through the mill for TV3 show ‘Honey, we’re killing the kids’ - but they’re convinced it was well and truly worth it.
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See you again next month.
The Te Awamutu Online Team.