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  • KUPU O TE WIKI

    The Stratford Press supports Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori — the Māori Language Commission Commission’s campaign to increase New Zealanders’ te reo Māori vocabulary by running a different Māori word to learn each week.

  • DHB and defendant take report issues to High Court

    Ongoing issues around the provision of court-ordered psychiatric reports for offenders have given rise to two High Court proceedings.

  • Mayors’ Taskforce helps youth into jobs Eight join aquatics sector

    Eight young people have found meaningful work in the aquatics sector thanks to the Mayors’ Taskforce for Jobs (MTFJ) Stratford Workforce Programme.

  • EDITORIAL Teens need more drama — not less

    History, calculus, geography, English, te reo, physics, biology, chemistry, statistics, economics, woodwork, art, metalwork, home economics, information technology, computer science, health sciences, fabric technology ... the list of subjects offered by high schools seems to be ever-increasing.

  • 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.

  • Broadway clash with Masters

    Alpha Sports Stratford Premier Women’s team travelled to New Plymouth on Friday night to play New Plymouth Old Boys black.

  • Forestry-conservation course gets tick

    A course is helping young people kickstart their careers in the forestry and conservation sectors.

  • Winter Festival offers late-night shopping, food and entertainment

    The Hāwera Winter Festival will have plenty of live entertainment as people shop into the night.

  • Bulls players selected for squad

    Clifton’s Stephen Perofeta and Spotswood United’s Pita Gus Sowakula could potentially make their All Blacks debut next month after they were among seven Taranaki players selected in the squad to play Ireland.

  • Small field braves crisp conditions

    A small but determined field braved the crisp conditions to play in the Eastern Districts Rural Services tournament at the Strathmore Golf club on Sunday.

Featured documents

  • Streltham sides tackle Coastal teams at home

    The Stratford Eltham first division, Colts, and premier teams played against Coastal on their home ground....

  • New sound system in theatre upgrade

    The Stratford TET King’s Theatre has a new digital sound system....

  • 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....

  • COLOUR FEEL

    YOU MIGHT HAVE heard the one about ‘fast food red’ inspiring us all to eat more burgers. Whether that theory holds up, colour does have a significant effect on our behaviour and emotions. The psychology of colour has shown it can alter bodily processes such as our appetite, metabolism, heart rate,...

  • HOW TO WORK WITH JEWEL COLOURS

    JEWEL COLOURS ARE A perennial favourite in our decorating choices....

  • Keeping home in fine trim

    It’s the little things that count. Especially when it comes to a home’s interior. It’s easy to fall into thinking that once you’ve chosen your wall, your décor decisions are complete....

  • LOVEABLE LAUNDRIES

    IS YOUR LAUNDRY A place where you tend to throw clothes into the washing machine and run? Is it a messy room full of clothes that you’d rather avoid? The laundry is often the afterthought in a home, in a cold part of the home that receives little natural light....

  • Principal moves on to fire challenge

    “It was a way to get out of class.” Going to listen to a talk about career options when he was a senior student at Hāwera High School simply meant time out of lessons, says Chris Linders....

  • Wickedly good show jam-packed with talent OPINION

    The musical Wicked is one of Broadway’s biggest success stories and, as such, was always going to be a hot ticket when it came to Taranaki thanks to New Plymouth Operatic....

  • LOVEABLE LAUNDRIES

    IS YOUR LAUNDRY A place where you tend to throw clothes into the washing machine and run? Is it a messy room full of clothes that you’d rather avoid? The laundry is often the afterthought in a home, in a cold part of the home that receives little natural light....

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