Horowhenua Chronicle

Publisher:
Sage Publications, Inc.

Latest documents

  • Counselling veteran calls time on role

    ALevin woman who has helped thousands of people in her community deal with grief and adversity is stepping down from a counselling service after almost two decades.

  • Bowling club rolls back into action

    Central Levin Bowling began its mixed pairs competition a few weeks ago with 16 teams starting.

  • 75 concerts mark 75 years

    The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra is 75 next year and to celebrate it has launched a celebratory programme.

  • Car parts and furniture litter beaches

    With the weather coming to the party last weekend, Horowhenua District Council’s Clean Up Week events held at Foxton Beach and Hōkio Beach were a huge success.

  • Remembering Molly

    The 100th anniversary of Horowhenua Netball can’t come and go without the acknowledgment of a woman who gave so much of herself to the sport on and off the court — the late Molly Dorne MBE.

  • Levin’s Verry own Cup connection

    Levin experienced its own piece of Melbourne Cup magic on Tuesday.

  • BOOST for the ’Busa

    Suzuki’s new third-generation $28,999 Hayabusa keeps the speed for which it has become legendary, but boasts a range of technical upgrades designed to make that extreme performance even more accessible.

  • MP praises mahi of health providers

    Vaccinators and health support networks involved in the Pfizer rollout in the Ōtaki electorate spent time with Whānau Ora and Associate Health (Māori) Minister Peeni Henare last Thursday.

  • a gogo INDIGO

    Do dark tones entice you but leave you craving the character and charm of colour? Black and grey may seem lacking in character to you, and deep reds may not move you. Instead, look to the moody blue of indigo, a deep midnight blue. A coat of this enchanting colour in any room of your house will convert your home into an alluring and sophisticated setting.

  • I’ll have a $30k1.3-litre Suzuki please

    There are very few brands you could point to that are big names in both cars and bikes. Even fewer where you could find models on two and four wheels that are a perfect match in engine size and price.

Featured documents

  • SPORTS RESULTS, DRAWS

    BOWLSAfter a week of really miserable weather, the sunshine finally arrived. This brought out all the bowlers and the club had forty two players dust off the cobwebs and participate at the recent thursday roll up, a really great time had by all. The advantage of the all weather green at the club in ...

  • Excellence everyday for 12 students

    There were 12 young people recognised for excellence in their respective fields with Youth Excellence Scholarships, presented by Mayor Bernie and Mayoress Sharon Wanden at a Civic Awards ceremony at Te Tarere last month....

  • Old cricket stories revisited

    Horowhenua’s oldest cricket club celebrates its centenary this weekend....

  • Excellence everyday for 12 students

    There were 12 young people recognised for excellence in their respective fields with Youth Excellence Scholarships, presented by Mayor Bernie and Mayoress Sharon Wanden at a Civic Awards ceremony at Te Tarere last month....

  • Old cricket stories revisited

    Horowhenua’s oldest cricket club celebrates its centenary this weekend....

  • Closed door sessions cause concerns

    Victoria University of Wellington associate professor of law Dr Dean Knight can often be found in the capital’s coffee shops wading through intricate issues of constitutional law....

  • Closed door sessions cause concerns

    Victoria University of Wellington associate professor of law Dr Dean Knight can often be found in the capital’s coffee shops wading through intricate issues of constitutional law....

  • Community’s heroes recognised

    Horowhenua mayor Bernie Wanden and his wife Sharon presented certficates and awards at the annual Civic Honours and Youth Scholarship Awards evening at Te Taker on Tuesday night, hosted by Horowhenua District Council....

  • Recalling the rise of Grey Power

    Frank Moloney is not a big man. But don’t be fooled — he has the courage of his convictions and a heart of iron....

  • Community’s heroes recognised

    Horowhenua mayor Bernie Wanden and his wife Sharon presented certficates and awards at the annual Civic Honours and Youth Scholarship Awards evening at Te Taker on Tuesday night, hosted by Horowhenua District Council....

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