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Gimme shelter (and long drops)

  • 05 Sep 2008

The Far North District Council has granted $14,660 to build shelters and long drop loos on Te Araroa's proposed 120-km Ocean to Ocean Trail from Ahipara to Kerikeri.

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Mayors adopt Te Araroa

  • 05 Sep 2008

The Mayors Taskforce for Jobs - launched a year ago to eliminate unemployment in the regions - has put Te Araroa into its strategic plan for 2001-2002.

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Waikato Trail opened

  • 05 Sep 2008

The walk is part of Te Araroa "The Long Pathway" - the plan for a legal walking or tramping route from Cape Reinga to Bluff by the year 2005.

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The shining stile

  • 05 Sep 2008

(Reprinted from the Sunday Star Times 10/12/00)

"The Shining Stile" Report by Geoff Chapple

Cows come and rub their necks on it.

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Far North Trail Gets Funding

  • 05 Sep 2008

 
Te Araroa Trust has received a grant of $20,000 from the Lottery General Millennium SubCommittee for a proposed "Ocean to Ocean" trail in the Far North.

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The Kimpton climb

  • 05 Sep 2008

 
 

Chris Morton

The team L to R: John Smith, Joe Macky, John Norris - (not shown Chris Morton)

The exit south from Manukau City has been a problem for a while,...

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Onekainga open

  • 02 Sep 2008

Photo Fiona Mackenzie

The view from Onekainga

A Te Araroa construction team has completed the 5. 5 km Onekainga track leading north from Whananaki.

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The Motatapu track

  • 02 Sep 2008

Photographer: Amos Chapple

Headed for Roses Saddle (see other pix, 2 April story)

As I climbed towards Roses Saddle, the weight of my pack seemed to increase and that bottle of wine...

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