Hamilton, New Zealand

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. http: www.waibopfootball.co.nz index.php?id 44&tx_ttnews pointer 7&tx_ttnews tt_news 605&tx_ttnews backPid 43&cHash 776584f631 Despite finishing second bottom of the table, the team showed signs of promise, losing several fixtures by a single goal. Indeed, injuries to key personnel did little to dent the squad's resolve. The move to playing games outside Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), perhaps was not financially successful, as the gate numbers


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River and Waitakaruru Stream. It has a population of approximately 6000–7000. union New Zealand Rugby Union location Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand countryflag New Zealand The '''Chiefs''' (formerly known as the '''Waikato Chiefs''') are a professional Rugby union team based in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand. Their home ground is Waikato Stadium. The Chiefs play in black, red and yellow coloured jerseys. The team competes


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in the early 2000s with its shelter to Minogue park, where it was united with an open seating wagon built on the underframe of wagon W 960, built in 1946 and converted to Way & Works wagon E 7784 in April 1966. In the Frankton business area there are a former McKenzie & Holland 'Home' signal and an old motor trolley on display. The railway settlement From the arrival of the railway in Hamilton, Frankton was a railway town. In 1923, the suburb became even more railway-orientated


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were operated to Brisbane, Tonga and Western Samoa. The network was expanded in April 1995 to include Queensland coastal cities, including the Gold Coast (Gold Coast, Queensland), Cairns, Townsville and Rockhampton. The last charter flight was operated on 27 August 1995, following the commencement of scheduled services. The '''PAC P-750 XSTOL''', (formerly known as the '''PAC 750XL''') is a utility aircraft of conventional all-metal (Aluminium) low-wing monoplane


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encompass the central business district and the outer suburbs. An advert in a 1937 Railways Magazine showed 10 buses in the Buses Ltd fleet and said they met all trains at Frankton. Buses Ltd had cut its fares in 1928 to achieve a virtual monopoly by driving Green Bus Co. out of business.


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timeline&new_date 31 05 title Mona Blades vanishes work New Zealand History Online publisher New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage accessdate 2009-06-12 A truck driver saw Blades getting into the Datsun and witnesses reported seeing a matching vehicle veering off the highway and stopping on rural Matea Rd. Sunair operated to from New Plymouth for several years, finishing in 2005. They operated small Piper Navajo aircraft three times a week to Hamilton, New Zealand


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) Sherbet , and co-wrote most of the groups hit songs, including their 1976 hit "Howzat". He sang lead vocals on "Hollywood Dreaming" and "Matter of Time" with Sherbet. Gatland was born in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand and educated at Hamilton Boys' High School and Waikato University. His first game as an All Black was in 1988, when he is said to have introduced a part-Australian Rules (Australian rules football), part-Gaelic football game to the training sessions, which was well received by the other players. 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.


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include Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield. Her first professional performance was at age fifteen, at Andersons Theatre Restaurant, in Hamilton. 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.


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, where he once resided. Past productions include a schools’ workshop production, ''The Hole In The Sky'', and ''Tittle Tattle 1 & 2'' by 'Emmerdale' TV script writer Lesley Clare O’Neill (December 2005 and October ‘06). 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.


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url http: www.dse.co.nz dse.shop en catalog INF0002615 accessdate 2009-02-03 including the "PowerHouse" stores, the first being in Hamilton (Hamilton, New Zealand), then Manukau, followed by Sylvia Park in Auckland, and Palmerston North. A third brand "Dick Smith Technology" store has also been opened in Lower Hutt, following the same PowerHouse product range. Its e-commerce (Electronic commerce) website uses a search engine

Hamilton, New Zealand

'''Hamilton''' ( ) is the seat and most populous city of the Waikato Region, in the North Island of New Zealand.

The city encompasses a land area of about people, making it New Zealand's fourth most-populous city (List of cities in New Zealand). Hamilton City is part of the wider Hamilton Urban Area, which also encompasses the nearby towns of Ngaruawahia, Te Awamutu and Cambridge (Cambridge, New Zealand).

Initially an agricultural service centre, Hamilton now has a growing and diverse economy and is the third fastest growing urban area in New Zealand (behind Pukekohe and Auckland).

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