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SPORTS ASKED TO CONSIDER MAORI DIMENSION

2 December 1998
Hillary Commission Chief Executive Peter Dale says New Zealand sport would benefit from more Maori in decision making roles, and hes asking all sports bodies to consider their Maori dimension.

NEW ZEALAND SPORT JOURNALISM AWARD WINNERS

1 November 1998
A record number of journalists entered this year's Hillary Commission Sport Journalism Awards

TASKFORCE HEAD SAYS GETTING KIWIS ACTIVE WOULD SAVE MORE TAXPAYER DOLLARS

28 October 1998
In the wake of the release of Pharmac's annual review, Dunedin doctor and Hillary Commissioner Dr Dave Gerrard says the Government could save taxpayers even more money by promoting an active lifestyle.

TV AND SPORT TO BE EXPLORED

6 September 1998
Sports that feel they have not had a fair go at the hands of TV companies may
find themselves in the box seat with the imminent explosion of digital and
cable TV.

NO EXCEPTIONS - BETTER SPORTING CHANCES FOR DISABLED ATHLETES

17 August 1998
The Hillary Commission is challenging sportts organisations and schools to offer disabled athletes the same opportunities as other athletes under the No Exceptions poilicy launched in Auckland.

COACHES COUNT CAMPAIGN EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

8 July 1998
The Hillary Commission is delighted with the results from its summer coaching campaign and the response from winter codes has been just as good.

GOVERNMENT BACKS CAMPAIGN TO GET KIWIS OFF THE COUCH

30 June 1998
The Government is making the health of New Zealanders a priority by backing a campaign to get Kiwis off the couch.

TOP COACHES TOAST KIWISPORT'S 10TH BIRTHDAY

20 May 1998
Junior golf just one success story

WELLINGTON CHILDREN AND TEACHERS CELEBRATE KIWISPORT'S 10TH BIRTHDAY.

20 May 1998
Close to 2 million children, many of them from the Wellington Region, have been involved in KiwiSport in the last 10 years.

KIWISPORT GRADUATES START TO MAKE THEIR MARK ON NATIONAL SPORTS SCENE

20 May 1998
Canterbury netballer Anna Veronese is just one of New Zealand's rising young sports stars who learnt many of their early skills through the Hillary Commission's KiwiSport programme.

CALL FOR WINTER SPORTS COACHES AND A SEASON OF FAIRPLAY

28 February 1998
The call is going out for more people to coach sport this winter season, and the Hillary Commission is asking all coaches to promote the fair play message.

EXERCISE IMPROVES PRODUCTIVITY

27 February 1998
Increased concentration and energy levels and decreased stress levels are just three of the major health benefits employers can help their staff achieve if they encourage health and fitness in the workplace, according to the Hillary Commission.
 

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