link 2005 for Northcote. Hamilton East, first contested in 1972, has missed three elections - 1993, 1999 (New Zealand general election, 1999), and 2005. During the 1980s (a time of high unemployment in Aotearoa New Zealand), the kaupapa (philosophy) of the Waipā Kōkiri Arts Centre was to increase Māori participation in tertiary training by taking education to the people, particularly those without qualifications. With travel a major barrier for many, the founders began opening campuses in other areas, including Te Kūiti (Te Kuiti), Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand) and Manukau. The most successful teams in the Chatham Cup have been Mount Wellington (seven wins, two of them since amalgamation with Auckland University), and Christchurch United and North Shore United (six wins each). Most of the competition's winners have come from the main centres of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, though teams from Dunedin, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Nelson (Nelson, New Zealand), and Napier (Napier, New Zealand) have also won the competition, and the inaugural champions were from the small settlement of Seacliff (Seacliff, New Zealand), with many of the team being staff from the nearby psychiatric hospital (Seacliff Mental Hospital). There are fifteen full service TSB Bank branches throughout the Taranaki (Taranaki Region) region. There are Service Centres in Wellington, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Tauranga (Tauranga, New Zealand), Hastings (Hastings, New Zealand), Palmerston North (Palmerston North, New Zealand), Auckland (Queen Street) (Auckland, New Zealand), Takapuna (Takapuna, New Zealand), Newmarket, Napier, Nelson and Christchurch. John Ziman was born in Cambridge, England but moved to New Zealand with his family in childhood and obtained his early education at Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand) and the University of Wellington. He obtained his PhD from Balliol College, Oxford and did his early research on the theory of electrons in liquid metals at University of Cambridge. Terrestrial The Freeview (Freeview (New Zealand)) terrestrial service, named Freeview HD is a high definition (high-definition television) digital terrestrial television service using AVCHD, launched on April 14, 2008. The service currently serves areas surrounding Auckland, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), Tauranga, Napier (Napier, New Zealand)-Hastings (Hastings, New Zealand), Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin. 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The '''PAC Cresco''' is a turboprop-powered derivative of the FU-24 PAC Fletcher aerial topdressing aircraft, manufactured by the Pacific Aerospace Corporation (Pacific Aerospace) in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand. '''Murray Ernest Chapple''' (25 July 1930, Christchurch - 31 July 1985, Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand)) was a New Zealand (New Zealand cricket team) cricketer who played 14 Tests (Test cricket) as a specialist batsman, spread over 13 years. However, he was largely unsuccessful, with only three fifties and his highest career score being 76. He played first-class cricket for Canterbury and Central Districts, and captained New Zealand in their first Test against England (English cricket team) in 1966. - '''4''' 185 50 On 11 July 2006, Te Atairangi Kaahu suffered a possible heart attack and was admitted to intensive care in Waikato Hospital, Hamilton (w:Hamilton, New Zealand). She was discharged from hospital later in the month, in time to celebrate her 75th birthday. She died at her home in Ngaruawahia (w:Ngaruawahia). Earlier last week New Zealand Post announced that it would temporarily stop delivering mail to three streets in Hamilton (w:Hamilton, New Zealand) due to gang violence. The three streets includes 120 houses on Tennyson Road, Dryden Road, and Emerson Place, all the streets are located in Fairfield (w:Fairfield, Hamilton). Fiona Mayo, spokeswoman for New Zealand Post, said that if they had allowed posties to continue with services then they wouldn't be acting responsibly as an employer. The two-day postal delivery suspension placed on three streets in Hamilton (w:Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand (w:New Zealand) has been lifted by New Zealand Post (w:New Zealand Post) and the posties are back to work delivering mail.