JULY

Matamata Chronicle - - Looking Back -

Fi­nal Re­clin­ing Sports­men Club Char­ity Din­ner at Long­lands Farm and Restau­rant.

Room 10 stu­dents at Firth Pri­mary won the Olympic Ban­ner Art­work Com­pe­ti­tion.

Mata­mata res­i­dents wel­comed lower petrol prices.

Te Kura o Wa­haroa marked Matariki (the Maori new year).

Graeme Guil­ford be­came the 65th pres­i­dent of the Ro­tary Club of Mata­mata.

Ro­tar­ian Kevin Sing re­ceived a Paul Har­ris Fel­low Award. Mata­mata Brass was given a new cor­net by the Ro­tary Club of Mata­mata in me­mory of the Wheadon.

The New Zealand Women’s Four­some tour­na­ment was held at Mata­mata Golf Club.

Waikato MP Lindsay Tisch vis­ited East Ti­mor.

Mata­mata foot­baller An­drew Cloth­ier was awarded a foot­ball schol­ar­ship in Mas­sachusetts.

Frank’s Sausages won a top award at the Taste Mag­a­zine Farm­ers’ Mar­ket New Zealand Awards.

Tainui Press De­sign and Print won gold at the New Zealand Pride and Print Awards.

New Zealand’s 50th ser­vice sta­tion was opened in Mata­mata.

Mata­mata In­ter­me­di­ate’s Rippa Rugby team won the Tri­an­gu­lar Champs.

Mata­mata Col­lege’s Zak Lang was hit and killed by a train.

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Jim

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