Thanks for all the responses to last month's question about the newsletter/RSS feed. All responses were either positive or neutral so we will probably go ahead with the switch to RSS. More information and instructions will come next month. If you still want to have your say about the switch, make it quick :)
|Changes make NCEA even better: College principal
5th June 2007
Te Awamutu College principal Barbara Cavanagh is a huge fan of NCEA, and says proposed changes will make it even better for our youth.
|Claiming world lemon-eating record
7th June 2007
Jason Neilson is having a crack at the world record for peeling and eating a lemon.
|Golfing glory for Kawhia
14th June 2007
Members of the Kawhia Golf Club are cock-ahoop after scooping all three trophies up for grabs on finals day in the Waikato women’s weekday pennant.
|Dairy payout could hit $6 next year says AGRI Fund
19th June 2007
Strong commodity prices could see the dairy payout hit $6 per kilogram of milk solids in 2008.
|Kaka calling mates to maunga
21st June 2007
Within days of two kaka being released into a large new aviary on Maungatautari, a wild kaka has been seen several times in their vicinity.
|Project gathers steam
26th June 2007
A New Zealand Lotteries Grant Board Environment and Heritage grant of $113,000 has put Te Awamutu’s Climax steam train project well and truly on track.
|Bad call could have been fatal
28th June 2007
A couple and their five-year-old grandson are lucky to be alive after the driver lost control of a truck, carrying four tonnes of rubbish, on Waikeria Road.
See you again next month.
The Te Awamutu Online Team.