Here are some recent articles relating to Naenae Boxing Academy (most recent first):
Sergeant Dave Stone is swapping the RNZPC for a ringside role in the growth of a pioneering youth development programme - Article courtesy of Ten One/ NZ Police Magazine.
It's taken a while but we are finally here, it's time to get the girl involved!! Follow the link to check out the exciting new developments that are taking place throughout our Wellington academies.
We are seeking passionate, smart and visionary trustees!
Vodafone Media Release - 20th April 2016
Article from NZ Herald - 17th August 2015
Article from KapiMana News - 8th August 2015
Article from The Dominion Post - 8th June 2015
Article from KapiMana News - 10th March 2015
- Youtube clip of NBA Boys learning CPR
- David Graham's blog - Vodafone NZ Foundation World of Difference Programme
- Parenting by the Stars
Billy talks about his struggle with dyslexia in this book - being released on 16th March 2015
- Vibrant Hutt - Feb/March 2015 - The Importance of Education by Billy Graham
- Naenae Boxing Academy's Newsletter - Jan - Dec 2014
- Cannons Creek Boxing Academy Newsletter - July thru Dec 2014
- David Graham Biography for World of Difference Programme
Academy Coach, Naenae Boxing Academy
Inspirational youth leaders recognised by Vodafone Foundation
Pupils from Rata Street School in Naenae and Arakura School in Wainuiomata stepped back in time, interviewing two local personalities about how they got to and from school many years ago...
Happy kids are such a tonic! To see the smiling faces of the boys at the Cannons Creek Boxing Academy is a dream come true and further proof, for those of us who need it, that the discipline of boxing, tempered with grace and caring, is a winner!...
- 2014 Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards – Hutt City Category Runner-Up
- Skipping in support (Hutt News, 16 September 2014)
It's time to welcome the first young boxers. The Cannons Creek Boxing Academy was officially opened on Saturday, with dignitaries, community leaders and TV cameras present at the premises in Bedford St.