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  • YOUR VIEWS Vanuatu workers give thanks

    Kia ora,

  • Combined effort targets drink driving

    During the past two weekends Police engaged with more than 11,000 drivers at breath alcohol checkpoints around Western Bay of Plenty, as part of Operation Tri City.

  • MIA boss: Let’s celebrate our gains

    It is time to celebrate. That s the message from Meat Industry Association chief executive Sirma Karapeeva to all levels of the red-meat sector, as she visited North Otago, the birthplace of New Zealand’s frozen meat industry.

  • Practices need more funding and GPsOPINION

    Why do I have to wait for an appointment?

  • Celebrate our volunteers

    National Volunteer Week is coming up and it’s a great opportunity to recognise and celebrate all those who dedicate their time to giving back to the community. This year’s event runs from June 19-25 and incorporates Matariki by emphasising the themes of reflecting on the past, celebrating the present and planning for the future.


    There were just four callouts last week, two calls to single-car accidents with one call last Friday to a ute and trailer running into a small tip truck near the Fairview Rd/SH2 intersection.

  • Feedback sought on Wilson Park plan

    The retention of much-loved green spaces and additional trees for shade are some of the key features proposed for Waihī Beach’s Wilson Park.

  • Flying high for Matariki celebrations

    Thousands poured into Fergusson Park to watch the launching of kites during the Matariki Kite Day, and many also turned up with their own.

  • Under-19s work hard to set record straight

    Back at home playing on College 1, the Katikati FC U19 Premier Boys team had a lot to play for against John Paul College (JPC) from Rotorua. The last two games did not go their way — losing to Bethlehem College and Tauranga Boys College was not what the coach Avi Arora had anticipated.


    The vigorously contested Men v Women competition was held on a gloriously fine day on Sunday.

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    Since the fences came down before Christmas revealing the Ōmokoroa Domain’s $1million playground, children have certainly been making the most of it....

  • Trust tackles pressing issue of reducing family harm

    A special meeting of the Katikati Rotary Club at the RSA on Monday evening was addressed by representatives of the Black Ribbon NZ Trust....

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