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3 months ago

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Aon Maadi RegattaRacing has now been completed, and Lake Ruataniwha is now open for boating. The spare day, Sunday, will not be used. We would like to thank you for your cooperation during the last week of racing.Karl MorganRegatta Controller See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

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New Zealand Secondary Schools Rowing ChampionshipsLake ClosurePlease be advised that in accordance with the Ecan Navigation Safety Bylaws, Lake Ruataniwha will be closed to power driven vessels for the New Zealand Secondary Schools Championships fromSaturday 16th to Saturday 23rd March 2024 (inc.)Sunday 24th March is a ‘Spare Day’The lake will remain closed following racing each day for crew training.Lake closure on Sun 24th March, the ‘Spare Day’, will be advised as soon as possible if this is required. Lake reopening at the completion of the Championships will be advised on the South Island Rowing Facebook page.Your cooperation with the above closure is greatly appreciated to allow this major national sporting event to take place.Karl MorganSecretary See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

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The South Island Rowing volunteers cleaning the buoys in preparation for Maadi See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

South Island Rowing
Meridian South Island ChampionshipsLake ClosureRacing has been completed and Lake Ruataniwha is now open for boating.Karl MorganSecretary See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

South Island Rowing
Meridian South Island ChampionshipsLake ClosurePlease be advised that in accordance with the Ecan Navigation Safety Bylaws, Lake Ruataniwha will be closed to power driven vessels for the Meridian South Island Championships onSaturday 27th and Sunday 28th January 2024The lake will remain closed after racing on Saturday, lake reopening at the completion of racing on Sunday will be advised on the South Island Rowing Facebook page.Your cooperation with the above closure is greatly appreciated in order to allow this event to take place.Karl MorganSecretary See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

South Island Rowing
Meridian Canterbury Championships – Lake ClosureRacing has been completed for the weekend, the lake is now open for boating, thank you for your co-operation,Karl MorganSecretary See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

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Racing has been abandoned for the day. Racing will recommence @7.30am tomorrow morning. The remainder of todays program will be raced. See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

South Island Rowing
🔥 Important notice 🔥 from FENZ below if you’re in the Mackenzie this weekend for Canterbury Champs. Please share with your networks and help us manage the fire risk. See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

South Island Rowing
Meridian Canterbury ChampionshipsLake ClosurePlease be advised that in accordance with the Ecan Navigation Safety Bylaws, Lake Ruataniwha will be closed to power driven vessels for the Meridian Canterbury Championships onSaturday 13th and Sunday 14th January 2024Lake reopening at the completion of racing will be advised on the South Island Rowing Facebook page.Your cooperation with the above closure is greatly appreciated in order to allow this event to take place.Karl MorganSecretary See MoreSee Less
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