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  • Love2Run Waihi Beach canned

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


    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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