Katikati Advertiser

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Latest documents

  • Love2Run Waihi Beach canned

    The LJ Hooker Love2Run Waihi Beach event that was due to take place on Saturday, November 27 has been cancelled.

  • SPORTS ROUNDUP

    BOWLSKatikati bowlers played an Optional Vet triples Merriman trophy tournament last Wednesday with 30 members out on the greens bowling in nice conditions.

  • Katikati juniors show way for club seniors

    Two Katikati Junior teams started the season successfully on Saturday in the Classic Builders Western Bay Cricket competition.

  • Short, sharp strokeplay champs

    The Fairview Men’s 18 -hole group is back in business and Saturday saw the culmination of the 2021 Strokeplay Championships.

  • This year’s ramble has more gardens and prizes

    Never before has a garden ramble been organised with so many chances to win prizes.

  • Safety first with fireworks

    Fire and Emergency wants anyone setting off fireworks this Guy Fawkes to carefully plan their display.

  • Farm awards plough ahead after adjustments for Covid

    Despite the interruptions of Covid-19, the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust is delighted to confirm that the 2021/2022 Ballance Farm Environment Awards (BFEA) will proceed as planned throughout the country, including the new Catchment Group Award.

  • Arts festival savours success

    The 2021 Katikati Festival of Arts came to a close on Sunday with a small gathering of invited guests and supporters, including Mayor Garry Webber and wife Carole and councillor James Denyer, thanked by festival host Katikati Open-Air Art at the Junction Theatre.

  • Covid-19 thwarts 100th A&P Show

    The Katikati A&P Show Society has joined a long list of rural shows deciding to cancel in 2022, due to the uncertainty of Covid.

  • School kids a shoo-in for healthy online mission

    Children at Katikati Primary School were super-surprised on Monday when given a new pair of Asics sports shoes, to launch Zespri’s nationwide health and wellbeing initiative.

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