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Autumn 2006 graduation a triumph at Auckland University of Technology
News from AUT -- 2006-04-13

3100 graduands a record number included eight PhD graduands, six Blues rugby players, and an honorary doctorate awarded to Dr John Hinchcliff who led the AIT to university status .
New Zealand-based biofuel powerboat project The Earthrace back on track for launch mid February
Tim Costar -- 2006-01-27

The boat is to be fuelled with 100% biodiesel, a fuel made from renewable sources such as canola and rape and will attempt to set the world record for circumnavigating the globe. to prove to the world that renewable fuels are synonymous with power ..
Too much risk in sending Phar Lap's heart to New Zealand
News from the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa -- 2006-01-20

Conservators saw the tissue was unexpectedly fragile and discovered a tear about 1.5 centimetres long ....
"The Contest for Rugby Supremacy: Accounting for the 1905 All Blacks"
Reprinted from the UC's "Chronicle" -- 2006-01-13

Greg Ryan offers a new perspective on All Black Originals ....
Oxfam launches world's greatest team challenge to tackle poverty
Prue Smith -- 2005-09-02

Oxfam needs you in Taupo on April 8-9, 2006 to compete in teams of four, complete 100 kms in 36 hours and as a team raise $1500 to support the world's poorest people ....
Adventure Racing World Championship 2005 to be held on West Coast
Dorothy -- 2005-03-26

Queenstown based Southern Traverse Company to stage the world championships on the South Island's West Coast, November 11-19 2005. Registrations open now .
Canterbury University helps Paralympians
Canterbury University -- 2004-11-26

University sport scientists help paralympians to medals at Athens
Trout Fishing in New Zealand lake
Hadyn Olsen -- 2003-11-18

For Hadyn Olsen trout fishing at Otamangakau behind Turangi was finally worth enduring intense cold and frustrating boat problems
Albert Moss - Record-holding Cricketer - Albert Moss
Matt Appleby -- 2002-05-10

Albert Moss took all ten wickets in an innings on his Canterbury debut in 1889 - an unmatched record.
The Boomerang Man - New Zealand Boomerang Thrower
Maria Hand -- 2001-12-21

Boomerang design and national and international competitions in boomerang throwing have long interested New Zealander Earl Tutty.
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