Stratford Press

Publisher:
Sage Publications, Inc.

Latest documents

  • Centurion still Taranaki boy at heart

    On a special night for Beauden Barrett in Cardiff, thoughts drifted back home to those past and present, to the many contributors who helped him achieve his 100th test milestone for the All Blacks.

  • SPORTS REPORTS

    Midhirst Tennis Club: Midhirst 2 played against Rotakare at home and came away with a convincing 6-0 win. Talia Kowalewski and Julie Marshall won in a very close tie-breaker game. Midhirst 3 played at home against Ōakura, coming away with a 5-1 win. Lianne and Adrianna were joint players of the day, winning all their games. Night tennis will start next week.

  • Halloween trail is spook-tacular

    Aspook-tacular time was had by all ghosts, ghouls, princesses and pumpkins as hundreds of tamariki explored the Stratford Halloween Trail on Sunday afternoon.

  • Scheme building knowledge

    Amentoring programme is giving rangatahi the right tools to learn how to build structures, and also gain confidence.

  • Keeping an eye on our native birds

    Kokako survey: The team has just completed seven days of kokako surveys, covering more than 50km of tracks and ridgelines, and 1600ha of the Pouiatoa Conservation Area.

  • Members enjoy hearing about epic tramping trek

    Durham Women’s Institute had its scheduled birthday luncheon this month.

  • Tamariki enjoy calf and lamb show event

    Calves, lambs, and their owners flocked to the Stratford A&P Showgrounds for the boys and girls calf and lamb section over the weekend.

  • Life drawing lessons free to Stratford artists

    Free life drawing lessons are on offer at Fenton Street Arts Collective.

  • OPINION Trust has risen to Covid-19 challenge

    The Taranaki Electricity Trust (TET) held its AGM in October, and in my chairman’s report I noted the impact of Covid-19 on so many groups and organisations that apply to us for funding.

  • Say yes to business

    Abusiness which is providing opportunities for young artists is the 2021 Taranaki regional winner for the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme.

Featured documents

  • Tears as Taranaki officers acquitted

    Three Taranaki police officers at the centre of a manslaughter trial after a death in custody have been found not guilty....

  • Family celebrate 100 years on land

    The Hancock family farm in Stratford is steeped in history, something that makes it priceless, says Daniel Hancock, who farms the land today with wife Raeleen ....

  • From moonshine still to museum display

    What do a contemporary art museum, an award-winning sheetmetal firm and a moonshine still have in common? More than you might expect, says Steve Scott, managing director of Rivet, a New Plymouth sheetmetal fabrication workshop....

  • Lockdown boredom busters

    Imagine being locked down in a home like the one Anne Boleyn grew up in — step into the world of both a tragic queen and a princess bride, by touring one of England’s many castles and stately homes....

  • Purr-fect fit for cat couple

    They are the onesie wearing, crazy cat people of Stratford, and they are coming to a TV screen near you this month....

  • USE COLOUR TO CREATE SPACE

    REMEMBER THE DAYS WHEN you had to share a room with a sibling? Inevitably at some point it involved a dividing border of some kind being employed to designate whose space was whose — or someone retreated to building a fort in a corner or in the bottom of the wardrobe....

  • Purr-fect fit for cat couple

    They are the onesie wearing, crazy cat people of Stratford, and they are coming to a TV screen near you this month....

  • Sleep tight

    TAKE THE TIME to create a bedroom that is a safe haven you long to retreat to at day’s end....

  • Tenant decoration: How far do you go?

    KEEPING GOOD TENANTS IS the holy grail of being a successful property investor and landlord. Tenants who respect and look after a property, pay their rent on time and keep the lines of communication open make being a good landlord easy and stress-free....

  • YOU GOT ME AT HELLO

    FEELING A BIT BORED over your home’s entrance and not sure where to start? Let your front door be your first step. It doesn’t take long to paint a door, nor does it require much paint, and the freshened-up colour will provide a refreshing change....

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