Revised in May 2020.
— World Solutions (@_WorldSolutions) September 8, 2015
Available now–updated rural imagery for the Waikato Region. At over 28,000 sq. km, this new dataset has massive coverage and encompasses all or part of 11 TAs. For some areas, it also updates some old imagery from 2012-13 https://t.co/uYQzJgbyLO #opendata (Image: Whakamaru Dam) pic.twitter.com/9h2KU2fhlF
— LINZ Data Service (@LINZLDS) May 4, 2020
— Nitro Circus (@NitroCircus) March 10, 2019
Haka vs Sipi Tau – one of the great sights in world sport! Don’t miss your chance to catch this live when the All Blacks v Tonga in Hamilton on September 7.
— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) August 20, 2019
Richard Jefferies from Waikato-Tainui tribe’s Tainui Group Holdings (TGH) spoke about their work on #economicreconciliation & extensive investment portfolios. One venture is based in #Hamilton: Waikato Milking systems, which designs and manufactures world-class dairy tech. pic.twitter.com/kaQLJG68Tj
— Canada Trade (@CanadaTrade) October 9, 2018
A couple of freezing, wet days in Taranaki, the clouds clear, and – surprise surprise – new white coat pic.twitter.com/dPEM4HWSXh
— Jamie Morton (@Jamienzherald) May 6, 2020
Not a bad morning view pic.twitter.com/KXlKas8HeK
— Vaughn Davis (@vaughndavis) May 16, 2020
When we think of music in Taranaki, we may think of the Bell Block, the White Hart, the Magogs’ clubhouse & Ima Hitt Records. But let's go way back, to the 1930s when Bert Vinsen’s Ambassadors played dances all over the North Island, up to 300 gigs a year. https://t.co/oyekFqqNLJ
— AudioCulture (@AudioCultureNZ) May 16, 2020