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  • HEADS UP: MANAWATŪ COLLEGE MP gives healthy lunches a big tick

    On Monday September 19, Manawatū College was fortunate enough to have a visit from Terisa Ngobi (Labour MP for Ōtaki), who came to check in on the progress of our school lunch programme since it started in May this year.



  • Helping others achieve

    Tell us what the business does. The Shed Project is a not-for-profit limited liability company with a charitable status. Our sources of business: charity shop, wooden goods manufacture, Trade Me sales produces income supporting our people marginalised within our community.

  • Looking closer at KiwiSaver options

    QAre the likes of Milford, Booster, etc, safer than a bank for KiwiSaver? I am thinking most of the big banks are based in Australia rather than New Zealand and will be interested in doing the best for their shareholders rather than their KiwiSaver members.

  • Croquet swings into action

    Around 30 Levin Croquet club members were on hand for the opening day with life member Jean Parkin having the honour of the first hit (or running the first hoop). Everyone was keen to play after the lawns were shut for 2 months over winter due to the very wet weather, often with the lawns underwater.

  • Time to let imaginations of our children bloom

    Librarians love the school holidays. Our spaces become more exciting and creative, bustling with people of all ages coming together.

  • Incompetent bureaucrats rule

    I suppose it was inevitable, but it is very disappointing and frustrating.


    Sam Jennings, district councillor for the Levin ward, is contesting the mayoralty along with councillor Victoria Kaye-Simmons and sitting mayor Bernie Wanden. He is also in the running for a Levin ward seat.

  • COLOUR FLOW How to perfect the flow of different colours throughout a home

    THERE IS SOMETHING so satisfying about stepping into the entrance of a home and greeting multiple colours as you cast your eye around surrounding rooms.

  • Trees will displace stock ‘very soon’

    While the increase in farm sales into forestry is yet to lead to a significant reduction in stock numbers, it can be expected very soon, Beef + Lamb New Zealand says.

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