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# 81223 9-Apr-2011 17:09
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Only a week to go, looks like the event this year could sell out which is great news.

For those attending there will be free Wi-Fi available provided by the council, the AP will be in Hinemoa Park.

Also there is an iphone app called "HamiltonNZ" available in the iTunes store which you could describe as a tourism app but has a complete guide for the event incl a live twitter feed.

Buses again are free so no need to worry about Car Parking

Just hope it does not rain!

p.s GO HOLDEN
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  # 457371 11-Apr-2011 08:58
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Pffft go SVG in a FORD!!!


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  # 457374 11-Apr-2011 09:03
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+1 Ford :)




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  # 457471 11-Apr-2011 13:02
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Petrol-heads ;)

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  # 457474 11-Apr-2011 13:06
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I prefer "car enthusiast" thank you :-p




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  # 457479 11-Apr-2011 13:19
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Haha yes of course thats what I meant... ;)



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  # 459918 18-Apr-2011 00:15
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Well thats the end for 2011 of what I consider a very great event and a step up over the past few years.

Question for everyone in Hamilton, how clearly could you hear the Good Charlotte concert? my friend who is near the university could hear it clearly and needed to turn the TV up

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  # 459937 18-Apr-2011 08:22
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Nice job by the Giz!! I'm pretty happy with that

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