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CITO In Space


Geocachers have always been environmentally conscious … and now that belief has been transferred to the satellite realm’s nasty little (not-so) secret  – the enormous pile of space junk from leftover satellites and rockets. That’s right, DARPA – the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency at the Pentagon – is spending US$180 million to conduct the first CITO in space! When …

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Geocachers Receive Keep Dunedin Beautiful Award

Rubbish collected at one of Dunedins CITOs

Normally, Dunedin geocachers prefer to keep out of view as they search for hidden treasure. But on Tuesday, March 6th, they came out of the shadows to accept one of this year’s Keep Dunedin Beautiful awards. The city’s geocaching community was nominated by the Keep Dunedin Beautiful Committee after organising Cache In, Trash Out (CITO) …

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More Trash Talk …


I got well and truly trashed on Saturday … but it was for a good cause, GC33F40 Glenside CITO – A Capital Event (Wellington). And I wasn’t alone.  More than 30 other Kiwi geocachers, aged two and up, gathered for this early-morning cleanup – only the second ever Cache In Trash Out held in the …

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Rubbishing A Local Cache


Caching in my hometown of Wellington is rubbish … or at least it will be on September 24th. All this trash talk is in aid of GC33F40 Glenside CITO – A Capital Event (Wellington), being held from 9.30am to 11.30am at the point where Porirua Stream intersects with this small community. Event organiser Bryan Taylor …

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