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Wāhine on Water - Immy Doyle

Posted by Lwindi Ellis on Wednesday, August 3, 2022

The Wāhine on Water initiative aims to get more female lifeguards trained up to crew and drive inflatable rescue boats (IRBs). The programme pairs less experienced lifeguards with an experienced female IRB mentor, and the events give women an opportunity to expand their boat experience in a supportive, relaxed and fun environment.  Let’s find out about one of the wonderful wāhine involved in the initiative, Immy Doyle.

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Black Fins Team Announced

Posted by Mike Lord on Monday, August 1, 2022

Surf Lifesaving New Zealand is very excited to name the 12 person Black Fins team to compete at the Lifesaving World Championships in 2022. The Team, consisting of six females and six males, will ...

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Wāhine on Water - Ashleigh Hurring

Posted by Lwindi Ellis on Wednesday, July 13, 2022

The Wāhine on Water initiative aims to get more female lifeguards trained up to crew and drive inflatable rescue boats (IRBs). The programme pairs less experienced lifeguards with an experienced female IRB mentor, and the events give women an opportunity to expand their boat experience in a supportive, relaxed and fun environment.  Let’s find out about one of the wonderful wāhine involved in the initiative, Ashleigh Hurring.

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Surf Life Saving New Zealand announces finalists for the 2022 Bay of Plenty & Coromandel Awards of Excellence

Posted by Ariana Manning on Monday, July 4, 2022

Media release Monday 4th July 2022   Surf Life Saving New Zealand announces finalists for the 2022 Bay of Plenty & Coromandel Awards of Excellence   Each year the top Lifeguards and volun...

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Ōtaki Surf Life Saving Club wins Te Tohu Tiketike o Matariki Award

Posted by Lwindi Ellis on Tuesday, June 28, 2022

The New Zealand Amateur Sport Association Inc. is pleased to announce that the inaugural Te Tohu Tiketike o Matariki award has been won by Ōtaki Surf Life Saving Club Inc. (OSLSC). The winner of the inaugural award was announced today by Association Patron, Andy Leslie, MNZM who convened the judging panel. The award, decided in collaboration with Te Upoko o te Ika, Aotearoa’s first te reo Māori radio station, acknowledges a community sport organisation who has embraced te reo Māori as part of its kaupapa. The award also acknowledges National Volunteer Week (Te Wiki Tūao ā-Motu), with the winner reliant on volunteers to deliver competitive sport and lifeguard services to its local community.

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