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Yesterday we welcomed our High School World Champions home and they were all happy but tired. Have a look at TV3’s news coverage of their return here http://www.3news.co.nz/nznews/kiwis-sweep-top-robotics-awards-2015042218#axzz3Y4pgot1W

Well done to everyone that represented New Zealand, you are fantastic!

 

I am sure you will all be asking ‘What now?” Well, here is what is being planned…

The KiwiChallenge

The KiwiChallenge http://kiwibots.co.nz/promo is up and running in all regions. Go to http://kiwibots.co.nz/upcoming-events-top/upcoming-events to see where and when we have events scheduled. Teams are encouraged to go to events to have fun and try out their ideas. The focus of the KiwiChallenge is learning, sharing and fun. Try out new ideas and meet other teams. You do not have to be an expert to join in.

Updated rules:-

The third and final version of the KiwiChallenge rules can be downloaded from http://kiwibots.co.nz/promo the changes are highlighted in yellow. If it is not in the manual now then it does not exist :-)

Auckland KiwiChallenge Regional

This will take place on the 30th of May at Unitec Albany reserve the date and get ready for fun. More info to follow.

Palmerston North KiwiChallenge Regional

This will take place on the 27th of June at Feilding High School reserve the date and get ready for fun. More info to follow.

Christchurch KiwiChallenge Regional

This will take place on wither 14th or 21st of June at CPIT reserve the dates and get ready for fun. More info to follow.

Wellington KiwiChallenge Regional

We are working on dates for the regional. Watch the events page for updates.

Prize for the most liked trailer on the Kiwibots facebook page

Remember there is a VEX IQ kit up for grabs as a prize for the Trailer photo that gets the most likes on the Kiwibots Facebook page simply post the photo of you decorated trailer under this post https://www.facebook.com/Kiwibots/posts/860195844036584 and get people liking it. The winner will be announced at the Christchurch KiwiChallenge Regional.

New Season’s games

VEX EDR 'Nothing but Net' http://www.vexrobotics.com/nothing-but-net/

VEX IQ 'Bank shot' http://www.vexrobotics.com/vexiq/competition/competition-resources

We will have one set of each of the VEX IQ and VEX High School game elements at all the KiwiChallenge regionals so come and see what you will be up against for the next year. We will then be taking the game elements to each of the region’s KiwiChallenge regionals so they can see the new game up close and personal. Watch our blogs and event page for details.

Registering for the 2015-2016 season

There is no need to register your team for KiwiChallenge events but you must register your team to participate in VEX IQ or VEX EDR events. I will be blogging you when the time comes for teams to register for the 2015-2016 season. that blog will include instructions as on what to do etc.

VEX EDR Scrimmages

We will shortly be posting dates for formal scrimmage dates and looking for schools to host the events. We will still need to have a way of ranking teams in case we have to limit numbers so that has not gone away but we hope teams will host lots of informal scrimmages this year.

VEX IQ scrimmages

We will shortly be posting dates for VEX IQ events so watch out for them. They will great fun and will give you time to test out your designs.

Volunteers

This season we will be looking for High School volunteers to help out at events so keep an eye on our blogs as we will be running training sessions for those who are interested. Areas include:-

  • Running an event
  • Planning an event
  • Using the AV and video systems
  • Judging
  • Scoring

Australia

We are trying to get the dates for events in Australia linked into our event calendar so we can go over there and join in with them and they can do the same. This season we want to help Australia grow and flourish.

VEX Nationals & Oceania Invitational

In 2016 we will be holding our Nationals from the 25th to the 28th of February at the Vodafone Event Centre so reserve the dates.

We are investigating holding an ‘open’ VEX IQ competition during the nationals where we will play the 2015-2016 seasons VEX IQ game but the event will be open to anyone of High School age and younger! This event will not qualify for the World Champs but will be a fantastic opportunity to get teams from around the Pacific, China and anywhere to compete no matter what their age.

World Championships 2016

These will be held in Louisville from 20th to 23rd April and I am already talking to airlines to see what we can arrange. I hope to have this sorted by the end of May.

 

This is going to be a great season!

Chris Hamling

 

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We have done it again!

World Excellence Awards in BOTH High School and University Divisions.

World Champions in High School

For seven years we have gone to the World Championships and we have returned victorious as World Champions every year.

VEX is the biggest and fastest growing classroom based robotics competition in the World and we are at the top of it. More than 33 countries and 11,000 teams compete worldwide to attend the World Championships and only 450 make it to the High School Championships. To win is a magnificent effort that cannot be overstated and to win the Excellence Award in unbelievable. Here is what our teams achieved.

 

Glenfield College

  • World Excellence Award – WOW JUST WOW! This is the SUPREME AWARD at the VEX High School World Championships.

Lynfield College

  • High School World Champions – successfully defended their title from last year.
  • Science Division Champions

Auckland University

  • World Excellence Award – the second time they have won this, (they won it last year as OYES) this is the SUPREME AWARD at the VEX U World Championships
  • Robot Skills World Champions
  • Programming Skills World Champions
  • 2nd in World Finals

So how do we welcome our World Champions home?

 

I am sure you are as proud of our teams as I am.

VEX Flickr photos https://www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/sets/72157651523204277/

Australia in parade https://www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/16985207859/in/set-72157651523204277

New Zealand in parade https://www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/16963955357/in/set-72157651523204277

Chris Hamling

National Manager

Kiwibots

 

 

Final World 2015 Results

 

Team

Number

Division

School

Win-loss-draw

Day 3 - #Rank

Division Results

Division

Awards

World

Champions

AURA

VEX U

Auckland University

10-0-0 #1

 

*Excellence Award

*Robot Skills

*Programming Skills

2915A

VEX HS Science

Lynfield College

9-1-0

*Science Division Champions

 

*World Champions

8757

VEX HS Science

House of Science (Tauranga)

5-5-0 #38

Rank 38

 

 

2915C

VEX HS Technology

Lynfield College

4-6-0 #59

Rank 59

 

 

2918A

VEX HS Engineering

Glenfield College

8-2-0 #5

Won Quarter Finals

Amaze Award

*Excellence Award

2900B

VEX HS Arts

Onehunga High School

2-8-0 # 83

Rank 83

 

 

2976A

VEX HS Arts

Christchurch Boys High School

6-4-0 #25

Won Quarter Finals

 

 

7682

VEX HS Arts

ACG Strathallen

6-4-0 #34

Rank 34

Think Award

*Innovate Award

2908X

VEX HS Math

Mount Albert Grammar

7-3-0 #17

Rank 17

 

 

8984

VEX HS Math

Goulburn High School

5-5-0 #46

Rank 46

Community Award

 

5606A

Did not attend Wolds

Feilding High School

n/a

 

CAD Award

 

10890B

VEX IQ

Otumoetai Intermediate

10games

938 points

Rank 66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event live recorded broadcast info

 

 

 

 

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We have done it again!

World Excellence Awards in BOTH High School and University Divisions.

World Champions in High School

For seven years we have gone to the World Championships and returned victorious as World Champions every year.

VEX is the biggest and fastest growing classroom based robotics competition in the World and we are at the top of it. More than 33 countries and 11,000 teams compete worldwide to attend the World Championships and only 450 make it to the High School Championships. To win is a magnificent effort that cannot be overstated and to win the Excellence Award in unbelievable. Here is what our teams achieved.

 

Glenfield College

  • World Excellence Award – WOW JUST WOW! This is the SUPREME AWARD at the VEX High School World Championships.

Lynfield College

  • High School World Champions – successfully defended their title from last year.
  • Science Division Champions

Auckland University

  • World Excellence Award – the second time they have won this, (they won it last year as OYES) this is the SUPREME AWARD at the VEX U World Championships
  • Robot Skills World Champions
  • Programming Skills World Champions
  • 2nd in World Finals

So how do we welcome our World Champions home?

 

I am sure you are as proud of our teams as I am.

VEX Flickr photos https://www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/sets/72157651523204277/

Australia in parade https://www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/16985207859/in/set-72157651523204277

New Zealand in parade https://www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/16963955357/in/set-72157651523204277

Chris Hamling

National Manager

Kiwibots

 

 

Final World 2015 Results

 

Team

Number

Division

School

Win-loss-draw

Day 3 - #Rank

Division Results

Division

Awards

World

Champions

AURA

VEX U

Auckland University

10-0-0 #1

 

*Excellence Award

*Robot Skills

*Programming Skills

2915A

VEX HS Science

Lynfield College

9-1-0

*Science Division Champions

 

*World Champions

8757

VEX HS Science

House of Science (Tauranga)

5-5-0 #38

Rank 38

 

 

2915C

VEX HS Technology

Lynfield College

4-6-0 #59

Rank 59

 

 

2918A

VEX HS Engineering

Glenfield College

8-2-0 #5

Won Quarter Finals

Amaze Award

*Excellence Award

2900B

VEX HS Arts

Onehunga High School

2-8-0 # 83

Rank 83

 

 

2976A

VEX HS Arts

Christchurch Boys High School

6-4-0 #25

Won Quarter Finals

 

 

7682

VEX HS Arts

ACG Strathallen

6-4-0 #34

Rank 34

Think Award

*Innovate Award

2908X

VEX HS Math

Mount Albert Grammar

7-3-0 #17

Rank 17

 

 

8984

VEX HS Math

Goulburn High School

5-5-0 #46

Rank 46

Community Award

 

5606A

Did not attend Wolds

Feilding High School

n/a

 

CAD Award

 

10890B

VEX IQ

Otumoetai Intermediate

10games

938 points

Rank 66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event live recorded broadcast info

 

 

 

 

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Hi All,

The VEX Classroom super kits and more are back in stock. Thank you for your patience. Please visit our web store to see our updated stock quantities.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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Hi all,

I hope everyone is pumped up for the first Missile Mania scrimmage tomorrow!  Just to make navigating the central city a bit easier, I've put together a map of the best parking options and how to get into the venue.  The scrimmage is in the Faculty of Engineering which is only accessible from Symonds St on the weekend.

ScrimmageMap

Any issues finding the place, give me a ring/txt: 021 046 7258.

Cheers,

Rob

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Lynfield came back from Nationals minus one programming cable.

Any chance that you can check if you have an extra one with 2915 or Lynfield written on it.  It was definitely labelled but not sure whether name or number was on it.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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They have finally arrived and I have checked that they are real! No this is not an April Fools joke.

VEX IQ - Starter kit with controller SKU 228-3060 are in stock.

Go to http://kiwibots.co.nz/webstore/education/starter-kit-with-controller-detail to order yours.

We also have VEX IQ - Sensor Packs in stock that allow you to 'upgrade' your Starter kit to a super kit. The kit is cheaper than buying the sensors by themselves.

Go to http://kiwibots.co.nz/webstore/vex-iq/vex-iq-sensor-pack-detail to order yours.

We will ship this week, 13th,  14th and 16th,17th of April during the school holidays.

Chris Hamling

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KiwiChallenge events have kicked off all around the country and we are in full swing. There are too many to post individual reminders for them so go to http://kiwibots.co.nz/upcoming-events-top/upcoming-events and find one near you.

The first for Auckland will be happening during the holidays on the 11th of April at AURA's headquarters (Auckland Uni) so get yourself there for heaps of fun.

Chris Hamling

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Well if you did you did not give us a valid reference and we have no idea who you are!

So if you paid us an amount of more than $1,000 recently then please tell us who you are, how much you paid and what it was for or we will not be able to credit your account.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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Hi all,

In order to help teams get more scrimmages we feel that it is necessary to clearly explain scrimmages and what we want to achieve.

Informal Scrimmages

This is exactly what we have had in place for several years in Auckland and regions but teams may not have been aware of the details.

Q: What is an ‘informal scrimmage’?

A: An informal scrimmage is a relaxed event where teams can just book that they are coming, turn up and compete, when they can/want to against other teams. There may very well not be a match schedule. The intent of informal scrimmages is to allow teams to work together, have fun and test out their robots. No more than that.

Q: Who organises an informal scrimmage?

A: The event is organised and run by the teams that want to take part. The organiser checks that the date is available (hopefully well in advance) and promotes the event. All the Kiwibots will do is put the event on their calendar and create a Google form where teams can register the fact that they are going to attend by the Thursday night before the event.

Q: Who can attend an informal scrimmage?

A: Anyone from anywhere can attend an informal scrimmage. Numbers at these events will be on a first come first serve event and may be limited by the organiser based on space.

Q: Who can host an informal scrimmage?

A: Anyone anywhere can host an informal scrimmage.

Q: Who will run an informal scrimmage?

A: Informal Scrimmages will not be run by Tertairty volunteers but by the teams that attend. Any tertiary volunteers that attend will be there to mentor teams not to run the event.

Q: Where do we get fields etc from to compete on?

A; The SMC trailer with its two complete fields, game elements and field control laptops etc can be borrowed by any school PROVIDED that they pick it up the week before and return it the week after the scrimmage. If informal scrimmages are run immediately before or after another informal/formal scrimmage then the trailer can be picked up from the formal or returned to the formal scrimmage. People who borrow the trailer are totally responsible for it and its contents. There will be an online form they will need to fill in to book it.

Q: Do we need to use the game control software at an informal scrimmage?

A: No. The idea is to share ideas and have fun so paper and stopwatches will be more than enough.

Q: Will there be inspection at informal scrimmages?

A: No. But teams can ask for advice on if their robot is legal or not and a sizing tool is in the trailer if teams want to check their robot.

Q: is there a limit to the number of informal scrimmages?

A: No. there can be as many informal scrimmages as people can arrange. Just remember that teachers have lives outside robotics.

Q: Will there be skills at informal scrimmages?

A: No. They are informal.

Formal Scrimmages

Formal scrimmages are spread out during a season and are designed to enable a mechanism by which teams can be ranked so that, if we have to limit numbers at the nationals, we have a fair ranking system in place that can be used to select teams for the nationals.

Q; How many formal scrimmages will there be?

A: This depends upon the calendar and when exams etc happen. In Auckland we aim to have at least 5 formal scrimmage slots available for every team that will translate to around 11 scrimmages that have to be scheduled. Other regions will have different numbers.

Q: What happens at a formal scrimmage?

A: Formal scrimmages in the 2015-2016 season will be run using the VEX ‘dodge it’ competition manual with some variations. The most important variation is the sizing of robots where we will be more relaxed early on in the season and get stricter as the season progresses. This will be detailed in a later email.

Q: Who will run formal scrimmages?

A: This season we intend to get more High School students involved in running the formal scrimmages with the assistance of the Tertiary Volunteers. The intention of this is to get more High School students involved in the operations of events etc.

Q: How will spots at formal scrimmages be allocated?

A: Last year we tried letting teams choose the best spots for them and this sort of worked. This season we will ask teams to indicate which scrimmages they will not be able to attend and we will then allocated spots based on that.

Q: What is happening with the ladder in the upcoming season?

A: The 2015-2016 ladder system will be based upon a nationals ranking of a combination of Robot Skills and Programming Skills only. It is necessary to raise the profile of these events in student’s minds. We could actually qualify 60 teams for the World Championships through Robot and Programming Skills alone in 2016! Teams must at least consider giving these a go.

Q: Who can 'judge' skills?

A: This will be covered in a later email.

 

This is enough for one email.

More to come later.

Chris Hamling

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Hi all,

Hayden Wilson has said the he is moving away from helping with VEX as he must focus on his fourth year engineering studies and that he will simply not have enough time to do anything else. This is not unexpected as fourth year has a huge work load associated with it.

I am sure you will all join me in thanking Hayden for all the hard work he has done for us over the years and dedication and enthusiasm that he has shown. His unwavering energy will be missed as will his cheerful ‘sure, no problem’ replies when asked to do something.

Please could you contact me from now on with any questions or comments you may have and I will answer or deal with them.

Chris Hamling

National Manager

Kiwibots

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Hello potential Auckland scrimmage hosts,

The season of Missile Mania is upon us, and there’s no set list of scrimmage dates yet – yikes!  To make the process as easy yet accommodating as I can, I have created a Google Form that will allow you to simply enter all the required information.  Once there are enough responses I will draw up a scrimmage schedule and post it up here.  This should only take a couple of days if the respondents get in touch fast enough.

If we get any offers to host a March 28th scrim in the next couple of days, we will just announce that scrimmage earlier than the rest so everyone is aware of it as soon as possible.  The rest will follow shortly after anyway, no doubt.

Potential Dates are:

  • 28 March
  • 11 April
  • 2 May
  • 9 May
  • 16 May
  • 23 May

So if you are interested, please fill out this form ASAP:  Here is the form!

Cheers,

Rob

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Hi Guys,

A  typo was pointed out to me which may be causing some confusion among you teams. This was to do with the number of motors allowed. In <R1.1> it limits you to 5 motors, however, the part list for the Super Kit says there are 7 motors included. This is not the case and has been updated in the manual. You are only allowed to use up to 5 motors in Missile Mania. I'm sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused in your designs. 

The updated manual (linked here) reflects this change as well as a few other grammatical changes. No rulings have been changed in this update. 

I have also had a couple questions regarding the use of polycarbonate and anti-slip mat on KiwiChallenge robots. There has not been an allowance in the rules for these materials, thus they cannot be used. Cable ties can be used, but as per the limitation in the Super Kit part list, you may only use up to 50. 

If there are any questions in regards to rulings, don't hesitate to email them through. We will get back to them as soon as possible. "

The video is still rendering. We reduced the quality so it shouldn't take as long. 

-Jamie

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Please register for this meeting this Saturday before 17:00 on Thursday. We would really like to hear your thoughts so we can take them into account during the coming season.

Previous blog....

Hi All,

What a phenomenal season ‘Skyrise’ was, more scrimmages, more teams, more stress. I would like to invite anyone (students, parents, teachers, mentors, volunteers) that is able to attend physically, or on line, to come to an annual meeting. I need you to help me to reflect on the past season and to look forward using what we, as a group, have learned from the past season, good and bad. We will have both full group sessions and small group sessions to discuss ideas and work through them.

I would like to use the meeting to refocus and hear your ideas for the future.

On Saturday the 14th of March I would appreciate it if those people who would like to contribute to a season review would join me at either Smales Farm, Glenfield College or Massey University from 11:00 onwards. The location will depend on the number of people that indicate their desire to attend, the length will depend on how much you want to discuss.

The aim of the review will be to look at as many aspects of the 2014-2015 season and what we did well and what we could improve. Once we have looked at all the aspects raised I will be able to make decisions based on your thoughts and feedback.

I would like to look at things like:-

  • The ladder, what worked and what did not
  • How to have a fair way to qualify people for the Nationals if we have to limit numbers.
  • VEX IQ – Regionals and Nationals
  • Mentoring schools
  • Volunteers
  • Growing regions
  • Funding the program
  • New ideas
  • Communications
  • Marketing

Please come to the meeting with the intention of looking at what is best for the students and how to positively improve on what is already and excellent program.

Register your commitment to attend by filling in the form here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_Lfw7xvywqarLv8SqBTex6jILOFFL3OBS8LnugoWNLs/viewform

Please feel free to email me This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with comments and things you would like to have covered in advance.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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Hi all,

Westlake Girls High School has come up with a fantastic idea! They have posted on the Kiwibots facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/Kiwibots/posts/859504524105716

"Westlake Girls challenges all Kiwibots participants this year to a friendly trailer decorating competition! Personalise your towing trailer and post a picture on this page; the team with the most likes wins, and there may be prizes up for grabs ;-)"

This is a great idea so the Kiwibots have decided to up the challenge and offer a VEX IQ kit to the team whose trailer gets the most likes on facebook. Hey you can even decorate your team to match. Keep the trailer "competition legal" (ie don't make the scoring tray smaller, deeper or outside the boundaries it already has and avoid making it harder for missiles to stay in) but after that anything goes. Get the artist in your team busy.

If your team is keen then go to Westlake's post and comment 'challenge accepted' with your team/school name. 

Happy decorating

Chris Hamling

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For those teams that are going to the World Championships.

Make sure you have your ESTA applications done.

Onehunga High School are planning a weekend where you can get together and work on your robots and share ideas.

This will take place as soon as possible (once they have confirmed the availability of their hall) so watch the blogs. Any team that wants to come and help our teams prepare is welcome.

If you can offer batteries to traveling teams I am sure they will appreciate it. Flight boxes may also be needed.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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The wait is over!

11 teams qualify to represent New Zealand at the 2015 VEX World Championships in Louisville during April.

Team #

School

How they qualified

2918A

Glenfield College

Excellence Award

Programming Skills

2908X

Mount Albert Grammar School

Design Award

7682

Wingus & Dingus

National Champions

Programming Skills

2915A

Lynfield College

National Champions

Programming Skills

Robot Skills

2900B

Onehunga High School

National Champions

2915C

Lynfield College

Current World Champions

8757

House of Science

Programming Skills

2976A

Christchurch Boys High School

Robot Skills

5606A

Fielding High School

On line CAD Challenge

10890B

Otumoetai Intermediate

VEX IQ Excellence

AURA

Auckland University Robotics Association

VEX U

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well done to all of you and good luck in Louisville.

Chris Hamling

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Hi All,

What a phenomenal season ‘Skyrise’ was, more scrimmages, more teams, more stress. I would like to invite anyone (students, parents, teachers, mentors, volunteers) that is able to attend physically, or on line, to come to an annual meeting. I need you to help me to reflect on the past season and to look forward using what we, as a group, have learned from the past season, good and bad. We will have both full group sessions and small group sessions to discuss ideas and work through them.

I would like to use the meeting to refocus and hear your ideas for the future.

On Saturday the 14th of March I would appreciate it if those people who would like to contribute to a season review would join me at either Smales Farm, Glenfield College or Massey University from 11:00 onwards. The location will depend on the number of people that indicate their desire to attend, the length will depend on how much you want to discuss.

The aim of the review will be to look at as many aspects of the 2014-2015 season and what we did well and what we could improve. Once we have looked at all the aspects raised I will be able to make decisions based on your thoughts and feedback.

I would like to look at things like:-

  • The ladder, what worked and what did not
  • How to have a fair way to qualify people for the Nationals if we have to limit numbers.
  • VEX IQ – Regionals and Nationals
  • Mentoring schools
  • Volunteers
  • Growing regions
  • Funding the program
  • New ideas
  • Communications
  • Marketing

Please come to the meeting with the intention of looking at what is best for the students and how to positively improve on what is already and excellent program.

Register your commitment to attend by filling in the form here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_Lfw7xvywqarLv8SqBTex6jILOFFL3OBS8LnugoWNLs/viewform

Please feel free to email me This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with comments and things you would like to have covered in advance.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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It is up!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYo-dOoAONY&feature=youtu.be

Great original music too

Thanks Studio 274!

Chris Hamling

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Hi all,

For some reason the links to Flickr and some of the Awards were left out of the emails you have recently received. Please go to http://kiwibots.co.nz/kiwiblog And read the blogs in their original and correct form.

Thanks and sorry for the errors. This is the problem with open source software and I will go and correct the code that send the emails out.

Chris Hamling

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