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16 WILLIS ST.
TILL AUG 1ST
the pulse of
our city and the
of the suburbs
NZ Family History Month
Pick up a brochure with full programme
details available at all local Libraries.
Check out websites www.genealogy.org.nz and go
to events/August, also www.natlib.govt.nz for a
downloadable full programme of activities
August is NZ Family History Month
with activities around the region.
Wellington offers you from 3rd to 30th a
great programme of activities!
Local Family History Branches and Interest Groups
plus the National Library and WCC Library have
combined to bring you series of weekly talks,
repository visits, workshops, and a big Expo.
Science skills: Kate Burgess is the only
Wellington school student selected for a
youth science forum in Thailand.
off to Thailand
By FRANCES COOK
A 17-year-old from Ngaio has been selected
for a science forum in Thailand, with all
travel expenses paid.
Kate Burgess, a year 13 student from
Marsden College, is one of only four New
Zealand school students chosen for the
fourth Apec Youth Science Forum next
About 300 students applied for the
forum, which includes a chance to see the
sights of Thailand.
I was really excited. Thailand just
seems like such a different country; it'll be
really fun to see what it's like,'' Kate said.
She had not travelled much before last
year, but a string of educational
achievements led to her travelling inter-
nationally six times in the past 18 months.
I get quite into competitions. I enjoy
having something to study and work
It's really good to meet other people
with the same interests, because you know
that you're all going to go to university
together and probably end up working
Students applied through the Royal
Society of New Zealand.
Society spokeswoman Debbie Woodhall
said Kate was consistently achieving
highly, and would benefit from networking
at the forum.
She's an outstanding student, quite an
all-rounder, gifted musically and with
quite a passion for science.''
Travel costs were covered by the
Talented School Students Travel Award,
funded by the Ministry of Science and
Labour MP for Wellington Central
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Tawa Swimming Club's seven
swimmers shone at the New Zealand
Division 2 competition in Rotorua last
weekend, finishing third overall.
The seven Tawa swimmers --
Meghan Allan, Andrea De Atouguia,
Mikayla McPhee, Ruslan Cowley,
Calvin Jones, Kurtis Imrie and James
McCarthy -- swam in 38 events and
earned 23 medals.
Individual medal winners were:
Allan (two gold, two silver, two
bronze), De Atouguia (five bronze),
McPhee (three gold, two silver), Imrie
(three silver, three bronze) and
McCarthy (one bronze).
The swimmers are coached by Mat
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