AOTEA


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AOTEAArmy Operational Test & Evaluation Agency
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Manuka South 2017 Limited Reserve will be available exclusively at Aotea Gifts stores around New Zealand.
As an expatriate South African and a future New Zealand citizen (only a year to go), the opportunity to attend the 15th South Pacific Nurses Forum in Auckland in early November 2010 at the Aotea Centre in Auckland was not to be missed.
The Aotea Centre is hosting the annual Auckland Writers and Readers Festival at The Edge (May 13-17).
duke it out for the coveted crown in the 2,256-seat ASB Theatre at Auckland's Aotea Centre.
Then there are the many other cultural events sponsored by the greater Korea-New Zealand community, including an exhibition last year of traditional Korean textiles at the Waikato Museum, and a concert at the Aotea Centre by the Korean Recorder Academy to benefit Heart Children New Zealand.
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Auckland Through Dec 9, Royal New Zealand Ballet, ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre, Aotea Sq, +64 9 307.
As production manager Esther tried to kiss and cuddle her idol, he told the capacity crowd of 2,300 at the Aotea Centre in Auckland, Australia: "They're not all locked up, are they?
Downtown, pass an agreeable afternoon wandering around the Aotea Square Market, a collection of artsy booths.
NEW ZEALAND (AOTEAROA) -- Last September, a crowd of 10,000 marched down the main street of Auckland to Aotea Square in a bitter cold downpour to protest genetic engineering (GE).
As an instance, the English translation of Oamaru is 'place of the god Maru'--brought from Hawaiki to Aotearoa by Kupe on the Aotea, and whose spirit resided in a carved stick--while Waiheke is translated as ebbing or dripping water.
This includes additional classrooms at various schools, and significant upgrades at Wainuiomata College, Thorndon School, Aotea College, Wellington East Girls College, Newtown School, Kelburn Normal School, Khandallah School, Ngaio School, Northland School, Churton Park School, Brooklyn School and Wairarapa College.