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Charles Leota on his app to help dyslexic students

2015 AMP Scholarship recipient, Charles Leota features on the Paul Henry Show to discuss how he is helping Kiwi kids in the classroom by developing apps to help student development.

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Paul Henry Show - 07/07/2016

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Women more successful at chasing their dreams

Women are more successful at chasing their dreams (95% vs 80%) and more likely to pursue a dream or significant goal (76% vs 71%) than males.

AMP New Zealand - 08/09/2015

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Lack of funding holds Kiwis back from achieving their dreams

Leading life insurer and retirement savings provider, AMP, has revealed that the biggest obstacles to Kiwis aiming to achieve their dreams is a lack of funding (62%), not knowing where to start (33%) and fear (31%).

AMP New Zealand - 14/08/2015

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Kathryn Wilson launches Baby Wilson, a designer shoe line for babies

Kathryn Wilson, arguably New Zealand’s best known shoe designer, whose first appearance was in Lucire’s pages, has branched out with a babies' range of footwear called Baby Wilson.

AMP New Zealand - 14/08/2015

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Lewis Hawkins, the Scrabble maestro

Ten year old Lewis Hawkins, the Scrabble maestro, competes on world stage. It was in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquakes that Lynley jenness started to teach her son Lewis how to play Scrabble. He recently became the seventh best player I the world under the age of 18.

Nelson Mail - 24/02/2015

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Yet another Ironman silver for Crawford

Wanganui multisport star Gina Crawford wins silver at the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand in Taupo on Saturday.

Wanganui Chronicle - 09/03/2015

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Scholarship awarded to talented violinist and bassoonist

Two talented young musicians have been awarded the 2015 Patricia Pratt Scholarship in Musical Performance enabling them to continue their postgraduate development at a renowned international music school.

Voxy - 28/05/2015

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Kaitlyn Watts' work ethic sealed her place in world team to the Netherlands

Kaitlyn Watts has four years to achieve her first major goal in squash. The 14-year-old Palmerston North prodigy wants to win the world junior championships by the time she is 18. And after that, a professional career surely beckons.

Manawatu Standard - 03/06/2015

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Pace one of many assets

Winning the junior sportswoman category at the Howick Sports Awards would be an emotional victory for softballer Jaimee-Ann Dick.

Times Live - 16/05/2015

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