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Winless after two rounds and knocked out of the League Cup by an outfit called MK Dons, surely Man United will emerge from their early season slump against Burnley tomorrow. Football analyst Paul Maguire makes his verdict on that match and all the rest of the Premier League games
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To all those who came to the opening of our wall of photographers on Saturday - thanks. To those who couldn't come - you missed a great night but don't worry the photos are now on display. Come in a have a look.
Dean McKerras can be considered a real local. He was educated at Wanganui Boys College, where he was head boy. He trained as a dancer at Sharyn Underwood’s School of Dance and developed his love of performing arts through Amdram and Rainbow Theatre. Over the last 25 years he has taught over 70,000 school children. His studio currently has around 350 students. He is also in demand as a director / choreographer around the...
Erika Hill always wanted to be a teacher and is now centre manager of Topkids Harrison Street. After leaving City College, she spent three years in Australia before coming back to complete a Bachelor of Education from Massey university, focusing on children aged 0 to eight.
Her last placement while training was at Topkids Harrison Street. After graduating, she returned to Topkids to do relieving. Within a few months she was offered a...
Beds for visitors in short supply - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Wanganui is booked out. - Wanganui Chronicle
Teams for Wanganui v Horowhenua-Kapiti Pink Batts Heartland rugby match at Cooks Gardens at 2.30 on Saturday.Note the game will be handled by a Japanese referee. –
Steelform Wanganui: Ace Malo; Clive Stowers, Tautahi Rawiri, Jaye Flaws; Rhema Sagote, Josh Hamilton; Lindsay Horrocks; Tremaine Gilbert; Andrew Evans, Sonny Woodmass, Sam Madams, Peter Rowe (Capt); Lasa Ulukuta, Cole Baldwin, Kamipeli Latu.
Reserves: Roman Tutauha, Shaun McDonough, Darren Munro, John Laurie, William Short...
EXCLUSIVE : Monday Mission to Turoa with Leon Thomason and friends | NZsnowboard.com – The home...
New Zealand has a massive snowboard scene with people from North to South and from all over the globe loving to shred and the lifestyle...
Guess who's come home to stay? Former All Black Glen Osborne is returning to hometown Wanganui to live, saying he is sick of the Auckland rat race. He is building a home in Westmere and is enrolling his youngest daughter at Wanganui Collegiate next year. Now 43, Osborne played 29 tests for the All Blacks and "sat on the sidelines for a lot more". He has had little to do with rugby for years. Glen, who will continue to work for Maori Tv, will be back for good in December...
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Former All Black Glen Osborne is returning to hometown Wanganui to live, saying he is sick of the Auckland rat race.
He is building a home in Westmere and is enrolling his youngest daughter at Wanganui Collegiate next year.
Now 43, Osborne played 29 tests for the All Blacks and "sat on the sidelines for a lot more". He has had little to do with rugby for years.
Glen, who will continue to work for Maori Tv, will be back for good in December. Welcome home...
Cracker weekend forecast - brilliantly fine Saturday and 17C.
The War Memorial Hall will become the Meow-rial Hall over the weekend for the Wanganui Cat Show. International judges will be casting their eyes over the field of felines.. Doors open 10am.$4.00 adult
$10.00 family (2 adults 3 children)
Wanganui has its first home Heartland rugby game Saturday - against Horowhenua. Let's hope they improve on the first round disaster. 2.35 kickoff at Cooks
Flower fundraising power extended - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
Cancer Society staff will be at Wanganui's Riverside Market tomorrow to catch anyone who can't donate to the cause today - Daffodil Day. - Wanganui Chronicle
The Man in the Hat - Film | NZ On Screen
This documentary is a portrait of Wellington art-dealer Peter McLeavey, who has spent over 40 years running his influential Cuba St gallery. In the Leon Narbey-shot film, McLeavey talks about his life: a peripatetic North Island railway childhood, an early love of art, discovering his New Zealand id...