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Add a business

Adding Businesses to T3connect is really simple but YOU need to be a member of T3connect first!

First off become an individual member of T3Connect (if you aren't already) here.

If you are in a decision making position at a business, we would love it if you created a listing for the business. We have different categories, free and premium so please have a look at our instructions.

Businesses or organisations that create member pages will be asked to create the appropriate listing in the appropriate format. Member pages that are misused in this way will be removed.

Click here to add a business!

Any business located between Manaia, Pururi, Turua and The River House on the Kopu Hikuai is encouraged to create a listing here. Even if you have your own site a simple listing here can link through to your site.

It is really important that you include some contact details including a phone number. This is because we verify each business before we make them visible to the public.

What you get for free!

For free please fill in your details including contact details, hours of business and any link that seems appropriate. You may also include two photographs in the text box. These photographs could be of your business or a scan of a menu or stock list. You can also load a photograph (avatar) to represent the business on search pages. You can change these as often as you like.

Upgrade your presence for only $50 a year

The other features, text multiple pages, RSS feed, comments and discussion forums are available for $50 a year. This also includes the ability to use our free community listings as a business (other business listings will be deleted). Paying business will also be featured for one week per year on the main page.

If you create your T3Connect page and add other information on top of the basic details and two photographs (+avatar) this will not show up unless the business becomes a paying business.

Latest Activity

Peter Revell posted an event
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NZ GUITAR QUARTET at Kauaeranga Hall

November 8, 2014 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
LAST GIG FOR 2014: THE NEW ZEALAND GUITAR QUARTETTICKETS: $20- at the door- email: kauaerangahallmusic@gmail.com- text: 021 0788675- shop: Lotus Realm, Pollen St, ThamesThis is our last gig for 2014 ... come along, bring a friend or two and make it a grand finale to the year.The New Zealand Guitar Quartet, is a combination of individual brilliance. Acclaimed internationally the quartet is noted for its polished ensemble playing and diverse music. The quartet comprises:Jane Curry - head of the…See More
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Beccy Dove posted an event

Tapu foreshore planting at Tapu Foreshore Reserve

October 15, 2014 from 10am to 12pm
Come and join Tapu school, Thames Coromandel District Council and Smart Environmental in planting shore edge plants such as sand coprosma along the Tapu Foreshore reserve.  We will be meeting at the toilet block at the Tapu reserve at 10.00.  All welcome :)See More
Oct 13
Barnaby Bruce posted an event
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Sprited Away Movie and Dinner Night at Thames Multiplex Cinema

October 20, 2014 from 6:30pm to 9:15pm
Spirit of Adventure, Spirited Away fundraiser. Themed light dinner at the Multiplex cinema followed by a film, Spirited Away. Spirited Away is a Japanese animated film directed by Hayao Miyazaki about a 10 year old girl who wanders into a world ruled by spirits.The Event is fundraising for a 5 day spirit of adventure voyage I went on earlier this year.The event starts at 6.30.Tickets $30 each or 2 for $50 available at The Lotus Realm.See More
Oct 12
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Oct 12
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the climate rally crowd photo

Thames Climate Rally 21 September 2014
Oct 11
Heather Garland is attending mark skelding's event
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Thames Music Club - First Brew at brew cafe

October 23, 2014 from 7:30pm to 10pm
The Thames Music Club meets at Brew.  There's a talented, experienced, and varied range of musicians and style in Thames.  Come along for an informal and musically rich collection of rhythm, reggae, blues, folk, soul and more, majoring on the creativity and musicality of local composers and songwriters.Everyone's invited, and the bar and kitchen will be open.  Watch out for some spontaneous out-of-the-hat combos!See More
Oct 10
Ric Balfour might attend mark skelding's event
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Gathering of Possibilities at GBD - Junction Hotel

October 15, 2014 from 5:30pm to 6:45pm
If you're involved in organising, staging, sponsoring or seeking funding for events, you're invited to the meeting at the GDB, Pollen Street.Many groups in Thames have an aging membership, a shrinking core group, or lack variously resources to make things happen.This meeting, initiated by Totally Thames and supported by T3, will see us explore possibilities for being more effective, more strategic, and using what we do as various individual groups to strengthen the collective effect of what we…See More
Oct 10
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Oct 9
Jennifer Neal posted an event
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Almost Bollywood - The Directors Cut at Brew Cafe

October 31, 2014 at 7pm to November 1, 2014 at 7pm
Back by popular demand!  Open Book Theatre Company is delighted to announce a repeat performance of their sell out show.  Your final opportunity to witness the hilarity that is Almost Bollywood.31st October and 01st NovemberBrew Cafe 7pmDinner Theatre $45.00 (includes dinner) Tickets available at The BrewDress to theme - you could win a prizeSee More
Oct 7
Peter Revell updated an event
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LOREN & MARK IN AOTEAROA - ACOUSTIC at Kauaeranga Hall

October 15, 2014 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
"LOREN AND MARK IN AOTEAROA" - ACOUSTIC CONCERT - http://vimeo.com/51718023Fresh from their three week USA tour with Australian guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel, Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb share a special musical chemistry seldom found among musicians.Influenced by guitar greats Merle Travis and Chet Atkins, their live performances of instrumental and vocal duets demonstrate a spectacular technical grasp of the guitar,…See More
Oct 7
mark skelding posted an event
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Art Exhibition @ Sola Cafe at Sola Cafe

October 8, 2014 from 6:30pm to 8pm
The Missing Toy Collective is back!!  This time its their "scientific research division" discovering themes and signs of invasion, posessions, confrontation and Steampunk Retro sensibility and humour apparently hidden in the unwanted and cast aside objects lurking innocently in the local Op shops and Seagull Centre......Walk-ins and aliens welcomed......See More
Oct 7
mark skelding posted events
Oct 6

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THE NEWS COLUMN

Great News for Solar (1):

Siemens and Semprius double photovoltaic effiency.

Great news for Solar (2):

using salt to capture and store energy

Peak Oil again in news - Nature magazine article. follow link: Co-author David King is former science advisor to UK government. 

The idea of ‘peak oil’ — that global production will reach a peak and then decline — has been around for decades.  The true volume of proven global reserves is clouded by secrecy; forecasts by state oil companies are not audited and seem to be exaggerated. The notion that oil is produced by the earth - abiogenic oil - is largely discredited.

BEWARE THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT!

Should we be concerned about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)? Click link for news.

If these secret negotiations succeed [the only documents in the public domain have been leaked] they will create a mega-treaty across nine or more countries that puts a straightjacket on the policies and laws our government can adopt for the next century and give massive new powers to corporations.

Thames residents may be sitting on a gold mine

There is an application to prospect for gold underneath the town pending approval.

The application by Zedex Gold [application 53981 - purple on map] was lodged with the Ministry of Economic Development on October 4th 2011.

To find out more background see these links:  

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