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Recent Editions

The Roster Te Rārangi is sent out to subscribers every fortnight. Click on the Edition number to view.

Edition 31 - 5 July 2021

Featuring -  Renee Graham, Joanna Perry, Mapihi Raharuhi, Julia Carr, David Hayman, David Murdoch, Huei Min (Lyn) Lim, Satish Nand, Michael Baker, Mark Lawrence, Tracey Schiebli, Dene Coleman, Karen Coutts and Sue Gordon

Edition 30 - 21 June 2021

Featuring -  Jennifer Lawless, Léonie Walker, Reza Jarral, Trent Lash, Sanjay Jeganathan, Karen Orsborn, Wayne Williams and Damon Campbell

Edition 29 - 8 June 2021

Featuring - Matire Harwood, Tā Mark Solomon, James Allison, Michelle Murray, Marama Parore, Dame Juliet Gerrard, Moana Tane and Peter Thomas

Edition 28 - 24 May 2021

Featuring - Carol Atmore, Juliet Rumball-Smith, Jono Hoogerbrug, Edwin Reynolds, Jennifer Tupou, Renee Richards-Berry, Joycelyn Tauevihi, Jeremy Webber, Chris Hipkins, Mark Morrison, Martin Quinn, Victoria Weedon and May Pritchard


Edition 27 - 10 May 2021

Featuring - Tā Mason Durie, Monica Briggs, Ranei Wineera-Parai, Justine Lancaster, Rawiri Blundell, Elizabeth Dunn, Maryann Heather, Steve Maharey, Hazel Ecclestone, Cushla Currie, Shane Scahill, Daniel McIntosh and Andrew (Andy) Dixon


Edition 26 - 27 April 2021

Featuring - Jo Lambert, Darrio Penetito-Hemara, Tracey Maisey, Helen Skinner, David Robinson, Mike Bignall, Lisa Gestro, Sharon Shea, Geoff Esterman, Stacey Shortall, Peter Crampton, Josh Wharehinga, Alistair Humphrey and Vanessa Weenink

Edition 25 - 12 April 2021

Featuring - Lynette Laing, Phillipa Blakey, Ruth Large, Kyle Forde, Jensen Webber, Mel Smith, Joanne Gibbs, Ashley Bloomfield, Robyn Shearer, Sir David Skegg, John Tait, James Fingleton and Melissa Simpson


Edition 24 - 29 March 2021

Featuring - Josephine Aumea Herman, Ganesh Nana, Zoe Brownlie, Benjamin Bopp, Martin Hefford, Sally Dalhousie, Nigel Trainor, Avataeao Junior Ulu, Earl Gasparich, Brent Pattison and Luke Bradford

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