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‘Pirate’ Radio Hauraki 40th Anniv Newsletter
08 November 2006

  1. 1. New Hauraki competition announced end of November
  2. 2. Former Hauraki DJ’s on air on November 10
  3. 3. NZ’s National Radio FM101 airs Hauraki special
  4. 4. Hauraki 40th Anniversary Exhibition
  5. 5. Special Hauraki book and CD offers…a few left

PLUS…Help! They’ve lost the original Hauraki transmitter!
‘Shoestring Pirates’… the movie… and your donations help build the Hauraki memories pages…


To All Past & Present Radio Hauraki Staff
02 November 2006

It is now less than 2 weeks until the opening of the Radio Hauraki 40th Anniversary Reunion Party – bring it on!

New item: ‘Ted Ashby’ Harbour Cruise and Maritime Museum Combo visit.


To All Past & Present Radio Hauraki Staff
24 October 2006

Radio Hauraki Reunion update – with less than three weeks to go!

The Radio Hauraki 40th Anniversary Reunion organisers are finalising details for the weekend and we certainly are looking forward to seeing you all on Saturday 11th November 7.00 pm for your Radio Hauraki 40th Anniversary Reunion Party at Swashbucklers Restaurant


A Reminder

Get your hands on one of the just 20 sets available of our fantastic ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki Memorabilia offers. Going fast.


Winner of CD “A Fresh Pacific Wind’ Announced

Congratulations to James Johnston of Havelock North in New Zealand… winner of the historic CD ‘A Fresh Pacific Wind – Radio Hauraki 1966-1970’. Well done James.


To All Past & Present Radio Hauraki Staff
25 September 2006

Surprise – tomorrow is another Radio Hauraki birthday and 36 years ago at 6.00am Ian Magan was playing the Matt Munro version of Born Free to announce to Auckland (and the world) that Radio Hauraki was starting a new life as 1XA a legal 1480 AM station and was here to stay.

What were you doing on the 26th September 1970????

Radio Hauraki 40th Anniversary Logo

Remember???


Staff Party Nov 11

Saturday 11th November Radio Hauraki 40th Anniversary Reunion – open to all past and present Radio Hauraki staff members and partners. More


Radio Hauraki Exhibition From Nov 10

eaturing a series of interactive audiovisual presentations from the pirate radio station – together with memorabilia and an extensive photographic display.

The exhibition will be held at the Sanford Room, New Zealand National Maritime Museum, corner Quay & Hobson Streets, Auckland City and will be officially opened on Friday 10th November at 7.00pm.

Tthe opening will be broadcast ‘live’ on TV One during ‘Close Up’ that night.


Hauraki 99FM Broadcast Nov 10-12

Hauraki 99FM are doing a series of special broadcasts during the weekend of November 10-12th featuring a number of the old ‘Good Guys’ from the pirate days, together with recordings of the original 60’s programmes and original jingles etc.


Pirate Radio Hauraki CD Competition

WIN the ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki CD competition.
Entries close August 31, 2006

One copy of the rare CD ‘A Fresh Pacific Wind’ compiled by David Miller to give away.

Just tell us the name of the ship that ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki first broadcast from on Sunday, December 4, 1966.

Hint, simply visit the official ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki pages and you find the answer. Yes, it begins with the letter ‘T’!

Send us an email, and include Pirate Radio Hauraki in the subject line, then your answer and your name and address in the body.

Competition open worldwide. One entry per person please.

Entries close August 31, 2006.

Your email address will be added to the Radio Heritage Foundation mailing list. Read our Privacy Statement.


Winner of Shoestring Pirates Announced

A BIG THANKS to everyone who sent in their entry for the first ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki competition.

The lucky winnner of a copy of Shoestring Pirates by Adrian Blackburn is Chris Faulkner of Holyhead, Wales, UK. Well done Chris!


Pirate Radio Hauraki Book Competition

WIN the ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki book competition
Entries close July 31 2006

It’s 40 years since ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki took to the New Zealand airwaves, and to celebrate, we’ve got one copy of ‘The Shoestring Pirates’ by Adrian Blackburn to give away. [Valued at US$90].

Just tell us the title of the first song played when ‘pirate’ Radio Hauraki was ‘born’ in 1966. Hint, it’s got two words, the second of which is ‘free’ and is the title song to a movie of the same name about a lioness that was a big hit for Matt Monroe in 1966.

Send us an email, and include Pirate Radio Hauraki in the subject line, then your answer and your name and address in the body.

Competition open worldwide. One entry per person please. Entries close July 31 2006.

Your email address will be added to the Radio Heritage Foundation mailing list. Read our Privacy Statement.


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The original pirate Radio Hauraki was realised by David Gapes, Denis ‘Doc’ O’Callahan, Derek Lowe and Chris Parkinson and owned by Pacific Radio Advertising Ltd.
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