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Latest documents

  • Get help with ever evolving technology

    With the ever-changing world of technology, Microsoft has released its latest version of their operating system — Windows 11.

  • Darts teams decide grade winners

    After a disjointed season 26 social darts teams finally decided winners on Saturday night, October 9 in the Dannevirke Services and Citizen’s Club.

  • Full support for Silver Fern railcar grant

    Tararua District councillors have unanimously agreed to grant $60,000 from the council’s Heritage Reserve to help fund the Pahiatua Railcar Society’s (PRS) purchase of three Silver Fern railcars from KiwiRail.

  • Market day creates a special vibe in High St

    Everything from precious plants to pain relief massages, fragrant soaps to colourful quilts and amazing garden art to great local bargains were on sale during Dannevirke’s Market Day on Friday, October 22.

  • Pandemic red light for parade planners

    Sadly, Covid restrictions have put to an end to Christmas parades in Tararua in Dannevirke, Woodville, Pahiatua and Eketahuna.

  • Art gallery gives site new lease of life

    At a recent meeting the Tararua District Council discussed in depth the work of the Woodville Art and History group of volunteers who had worked hundreds of hours to convert the former Woodville library/i-SITE into an art and history gallery.

  • ADVERTORIAL It’s time to listen to the classics

    “There was a time when men were kind, when their voices were soft and their words were inviting, there was a time when love was blind and the world was a song and the song was inviting” say the lyrics of the prelude to I Dreamed a Dream from the musical Les Miserables.

  • Back to old school for rural contest

    Ruahine School Parents for Kids (PFK) fundraising committee had to “think outside the square” this year when organising its annual Lamb & Calf Day. With parents not allowed on the school grounds due to Covid restrictions, the committee was successful in gaining the old Te Rehunga School site.

  • Supporting farming’s wider industry

    From a young age, I had a passion for plants and animals, this led me to study a bachelor of agricultural science majoring in agriculture at Massey University where I learnt about the agriculture industry, the study also introduced me to the ways that I enjoy learning.

  • Skeletons come out of the closet

    Halloween House in Dannevirke’s Henderson St attracted a steady flow of visitors on Saturday, October 30 when host Donna Johnstone opened her doors to the public to have an “other-worldly” experience in these days of Covid-19.

Featured documents

  • Francis flies to victory in World

    Taupo teen Annabel Francis has added another solid win to her tally with victory in the POLi Payments FEI World Cup Qualifier at the MetalForm Central and Southern Hawke’s Bay Showjumping Championships in Dannevirke on Sunday, January 10....

  • Francis flies to victory in World

    Taupo teen Annabel Francis has added another solid win to her tally with victory in the POLi Payments FEI World Cup Qualifier at the MetalForm Central and Southern Hawke’s Bay Showjumping Championships in Dannevirke on Sunday, January 10....

  • Brothers win share farmers title

    Manoj Kumar and Sumit Kamboj from Pahiatua were named the 2021 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year at an awards dinner held in Hamilton on May 15....

  • Brothers win share farmers title

    Manoj Kumar and Sumit Kamboj from Pahiatua were named the 2021 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year at an awards dinner held in Hamilton on May 15....

  • Brothers win share farmers title

    Manoj Kumar and Sumit Kamboj from Pahiatua were named the 2021 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year at an awards dinner held in Hamilton on May 15....

  • Brothers win share farmers title

    Manoj Kumar and Sumit Kamboj from Pahiatua were named the 2021 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year at an awards dinner held in Hamilton on May 15....

  • Brothers win share farmers title

    Manoj Kumar and Sumit Kamboj from Pahiatua were named the 2021 New Zealand Share Farmers of the Year at an awards dinner held in Hamilton on May 15....

  • High honour given to equestrian judge

    Equestrian Sports NZ recently announced that Dannevirke-based list A judge Mary Craine has been appointed to the Judges Committee alongside Judith Cunningham (judges officer) and Mura Love....

  • Honouring Eketāhuna soldiers and their horses

    Armistice Day in Nireaha, West of Eketāhuna, was marked this year with an emphasis on remembering the local horses and local Eketāhuna and Districts’ mounted riflemen who served overseas in World War I....

  • High honour given to equestrian judge

    Equestrian Sports NZ recently announced that Dannevirke-based list A judge Mary Craine has been appointed to the Judges Committee alongside Judith Cunningham (judges officer) and Mura Love....

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