Big Cheers for Danielle

Auckland dancer and Warriors rugby league cheerleader Danielle Miller, 22, has been named Big League’s 2009 Cheergirl of the Year the first time it has been awarded to someone outside NSW or ACT in the 10 years that the competition has been running. Miller received hundreds of votes and enormous support from Warriors fans to win the 2009 title, and was shocked to hear the good news. “I didn’t realise it had closed! I wasn’t sure, especially being so far away, but the Warriors really backed me,” she says. “The Warriors really promoted it at their last home game and the Vodafone One Tribe ran a forum as well. It was really neat!” Courtesy of Big League and GoDo.com.au, Miller won a $2,000 leisure adventure voucher which she plans to use on “crazy things like jumping out of a plane”.


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Primer’s Anna Saunders Looks Beyond Profit to Cause

Primer’s Anna Saunders Looks Beyond Profit to Cause

Founded by former Marie Claire editors New Zealander Anna Saunders and Australian Felicity Robinson in 2019, self-funded publication Primer is the latest addition to the local crop of social enterprises –…