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Good Sort of Sport winner
Alastair Walker, a parent volunteer at Pukenui School in Te Kuiti, has been named this year's AA Insurance Good Sort of Sport for his commitment to the school's Rippa Rugby team, scoring them $10,000 for much needed uniforms and sports equipment.Read more
Spotlight on Blue Light
Blue Light Discos have been popular in New Zealand since 1983, and are still the treasured memories of many who’ve managed to bust a move on the dance floor.Read more
The Olympic dream
Growing up, Trish Gubb may not have had a natural talent for badminton, but that hasn’t stopped her from achieving her Olympic dream as an adult. This year she went Rio.Read more
What makes a good sort?
AA Insurance has been out at club and school sports games, handing out warm drinks and talking to sideline supporters about the Good Sorts of Sport in their community.Read more
Good Sorts get sport sorted
Is there a person in your school or local sports club who deserves to be recognised for their hard work?Read more
Star struck in Wellington
A panda, an ogre and a bunch of misfit zoo animals were just some of the draw cards for over 135,000 movie fans who flocked to DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition at Te Papa museum in Wellington this summer season.Read more
Troubled teen sees the (blue) light
It’s mid-winter in Auckland 2015, and three teenage boys are milling around someone else’s neighbourhood during the school holidays.Read more
Family fishing fun - the reel deal
The annual Blue Light Kids Gone Fishin’ event is all about the simple things in life; hanging out with family, enjoying the sun as well as a morning’s fishing over the Waitemata Harbour at Wynyard Quarter. The Auckland event, held over the city’s anniversary weekend in late January, kick started a line of events throughout the country.Read more
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