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1999-08-05T18:35:51+12:00 Now prospective Associate Members can download a PDF version of the Associate Membership form, available from the Membership page.

1999-08-05T18:34:35+12:00 Welcome to Lynne Fuggle who is the new Administration Officer for the NZRCA, and thanks to previous Administration Officer Janette Kear who is continuing as Education Officer. Please note…

1999-08-05T18:33:25+12:00 The NZRCA AGM was held in Wellington on Saturday 17 July. Most officers were re-elected to their portfolios and we welcome our new Safety Officer Ian Logie and our…

1999-06-29T18:24:14+12:00 The NZRCA’s Annual Report to members for 1999 has been released and distributed to members. You can also access an Adobe Acrobat version of the report here (PDF, 201k).

1999-06-10T18:23:22+12:00 Be safer on the river by attending a River Safety course. Subsidies available. Read course content and information in Education / River Safety Courses.

1999-06-03T18:22:24+12:00 The latest issue of NZRCA’s official newsletter “NZ Canoeing” is now available to members. Features include updates on NZRCA’s appeal regarding the Clarence, Memories of Matt Daly, RMA review…

1999-06-01T18:20:25+12:00 The June-July issue is in the shops, and kayakers will be interested in Graham Charles, Mark Jones and Marcus Waters’ plan to sea-kayak the length of the Antarctic Peninsula…

1999-05-16T18:19:26+12:00 Graham Charles is seeking information on new runs, corrections and hot images for the second edition of NZ Whitewater. Be quick though!

1999-05-16T18:17:51+12:00 In case you haven’t heard, Sarah Moodie is the new publisher and editor of NZ Adventure magazine, and the March-April-May issue has plenty of interest to kayakers, including a…

2000-03-27T21:14:15+12:00 Graham Charles of New Zealand Whitewater guidebook fame, has kindly supplied some great action photographs for your viewing pleasure in Whitewater Gallery / Classic West Coast drops.

2000-03-24T21:08:12+12:00 Now you should find it easier to browse the NZRCA web site using our new sitemap.

2000-02-29T21:01:45+13:00 The Buller Workday held on New Year’s Eve last year was a great success, with around 50 kayakers turning out to pull rubbish from the banks of the Matiri…

2000-02-23T21:00:27+13:00 The NZFKC has announced the “Kaituna Play Day and the TSM Kayak Disco” for Saturday the 4th March, starting at 2pm. The idea is to offer something different from…

2000-02-21T20:59:46+13:00 It’s that time of the year again! BullerFest will be taking place in and around Murchison on Saturday 4 – Sunday 5 March. Organised by the Whitewater Racing Group…

2000-02-16T20:58:57+13:00 New Zealand Whitewater: 120 Great Kayaking Runs, the revised edition is the new New Zealand kayaking guidebook from Graham Charles. The revised edition features at least 20 new runs…

2000-02-15T20:56:25+13:00 The Westland National Park management plan is currently undergoing its ten year review. This is a great opportunity for kayakers to gain access to a currently forbidden river; the…

2000-02-08T19:08:02+13:00 Adventure magazine #98 features a Graham Charles article (and photos!) on the 1999 World Freestyle Kayaking Championships and an adventure kayaking epic (“Escape from the Callery”) by Tony Ward-Holmes….

2000-02-06T19:07:03+13:00 The Ministry for the Environment has published a draft agenda and action plan as part of the development of a national agenda for sustainable water management (NASWM). Comments on…

2000-01-28T19:06:08+13:00 An extended version of Sarah McRae’s article on treaty issues (from NZ Canoeing, Summer 1999 (99.3)) is available in Access / Treaty Issues.

2000-01-26T19:05:03+13:00 The Whitewater Gallery has been redesigned. Along with the original pictures in a new format, there are some pictures from the 1999 World Freestyle Kayaking Championships held in Taupo…

2000-01-19T19:04:02+13:00 Colin Leitch describes the background to the non-release on the Mangahao last year in Access / Mangahao Madness, while Timon Walkley recounts his day on the Mangahao which turned…