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About Te Awamutu Online

Te Awamutu Online is a community website for the town of Te Awamutu and surrounding districts (see map). Whether you want to find information, book accommodation, watch a video or just chat to a local person, you're at the right place.

Te Awamutu Online is more than a website—it's a community of interested people and organisations working together. By integrating our online activities we can provide a service much more comprehensive than anything we could achieve working separately.

Our online community includes the following key organisations and projects:

Te Awamutu Courier
Te Awamutu Courier is our local community newspaper. It is published twice per week, usually on Tuesday and Thursday. The Courier also publishes a weekly property guide, two monthly supplements and occasional additional features. These are all available for online viewing in PDF format at the Courier home page. You can even browse and search archives back to 2004!
TATV
Te Awamutu Television (TATV) is a project that has been running intermittently since around 2001. It's a community video initiative in which we encourage local groups to create and contribute video items for online viewing.
Virtual Town
Virtual Te Awamutu is an interactive feature that uses Google Street View in conjunction with our own customised applications. We've added a directory of locations, custom panoramas, content layers and more.
Note: A green arrow icon Virtual Te Awamutu indicates a link to a particular location in Virtual Te Awamutu.
Other Resources

Our community pages include public discussion forums, family-friendly games, Kid's Space and more.


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Privacy

Any information you provide at this website or via email is treated as confidential unless you state otherwise, or it is obviously intended to be public (e.g. the public forum, community calendar, letters to the Courier editor, etc). See our privacy policy.

Copyright & terms of use

Te Awamutu Online is owned and managed by Wavelength Media Ltd, a local multi-media production company. Different websites hosted as part of this community are owned and/or managed by various organisations.

Generally speaking, we don't mind if you print pages from this site to use for personal or educational purposes.  However, reproduction of any material for commercial use or for use on another website is strictly forbidden without written permission. Please contact us for more information.

Compatibility

We strive to provide functionality for all browsers. However certain areas of the site do use Flash, Javascript and/or Java applets. Some advanced features require a reasonably fast internet connection (128kbs+).