28/07/2015
Media Release - Marlborough youth learn water skills
Hundreds of Marlborough kids are stronger and safer in the water due to a three-year programme to teach them aquatic skills through water polo. Run by Stadium 2000 with funding help from Sport Tasman through Kiwisport grants and coaching input from Water Polo NZ, the programme has gone...
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01/09/2015
Marlborough District Council Youth Civic Awards - 2015
Do you know a young person (13-20yrs) who has been doing a fantastic job volunteering their time in Sport and Recreation in Marlborough?  For more information and to nominate a deserving candidate click here.   ...
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21/07/2015
Media Release - Canterbury Community Trust invests at Saxton
The curtain has gone up on a new resource which will make Saxton Stadium an even more attractive place to use. A $37,000 ultra modern dividing net was installed last week which will allow multiple sports, classes and events to take place simultaneously. The net is actually a roof to...
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21/07/2015
Media Release - Kaikoura Warrior lays down the Challenge
Kaikoura Warrior is being billed as the ideal way to blow away those winter blues. The fun obstacle adventure race – to be held on Sunday August 2 - was a hit last year with more than 140 people entering the inaugural Sport Tasman event. Sport Taman’s Community Sport Adviser Luisa Coyle is...
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16/07/2015
The Lion Foundation - Community funding presentation in Blenheim 28th July 2015
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08/07/2015
Media Release - The Green grass of home
As a youngster, Tamika Green wanted to work for Sport Tasman as a community sport advisor in her home town of Westport. It was the main reason why she decided to do a sport and recreation management degree at Lincoln University. Now the 21-year-old has secured her dream job, and will...
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31/12/2014
Maintaining athlete well-being in talent development
While there has been plenty of research on how to develop talented young athletes, less attention has been paid to their pschological well-being. New resreach from Sweden examines how athlete perception of the talent environment influences their well-being. To read more on this article...
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21/04/2015
How to put women’s sport back on the map
Dialogue on state of women’s sport is often echoed with criticisms of the media. The problem, however, is not with the media alone. Sports organisations are failing in their support of the women’s game. This article contains recommendations for improving the state of women’s sports in the media...
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14/04/2015
Sport sector exploring customers’ changing needs
Understanding and responding to the customer’s changing needs to future-proof New Zealand sport was the theme of the annual sport sector Connections Conference held in Auckland. To read more on this article click...
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31/10/2014
Voting with their feet: use of recreation sites on public conservation land and waters by New Zealanders
This report describes New Zealanders’ patterns for visiting the public conservation estate. It uses infographics to indicate the regions that visitors come from, and to describe regional visitor markets. (Department of Conservation) To read more on this article click...
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