His Word: Forgiven as We Forgive

Quote; “We can receive forgiveness from God only as we forgive others. It is the love of God that draws us unto Him, and that love cannot touch our hearts without creating love for our brethren.  “For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.” Matthew […]

Wow! Those 100 ft waves look close!

By Simon Huggett Did you know The Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas cost $1.35 billion U. S dollars? The most expensive cruise ship ever created. You can book a family of four in the family suite for $50,000 for seven days. The ship has a ten-story slide, robot bartenders and 23 pools. In case you don’t like the water […]

Letter: Lucky to have Eagle

I just want to say that your article on the Police Eagle is great, well done!  We are very fortunate to have these choppers and machines operating 24/7 to prevent and stop criminal activity.  I live on Helvetia Road and we often hear the Eagle flying overhead. We were woken early hours one morning by the Eagle. It sounded like they […]

Yana’s Yarn – 25 September 2018

The Mudlarks have finished one third of their work. Hours and hours have gone into clearing the Tamakae Estuary.   But that’s only the beginning. There’s more to go. And by the end of it, 75 hectares of mangroves will have been cleared.   It’s a mammoth effort. I got to be part of it… once. I probably cleared one tree away […]

A precious gem in our community

I’ve been away from home for the past few weeks and have met some interesting people and enjoyed delicious home cooked meals.    But I haven’t been on a luxury cruise or sitting on a tropical island.  Instead, I have just spent about a month in Pukekohe Rehab Hospital recovering from a stroke.     Over the years I’ve driven past the hospital many […]

Yana’s Yarn – 18 September 2018

 Last week I was discussing the extra curricular things we did as kids. It’s cool to see some of the sports, hobbies that kids have these days. Both Jess and I interviewed some great up and coming drivers. They’re both at a young age and have such bright futures ahead. I was never into motoring as a kid. I don’t […]

Statement from The Post Newspaper

The Post Newspaper experienced a devastating burglary on Friday 7 September 2018. Unfortunately this means that we are unable to publish a paper for Tuesday 11 September. This is the first time in 26 years that we have been unable to publish due to circumstances beyond our control. We have attempted to contact all of our clients to advise them […]

Yana’s Yarn— 04 September 2018

I started watching the Bachelor Australia last week. The flatties and I got together put on the tv and enjoyed a dose of not so real ‘reality’. We laughed at the irony of us sitting slumped in the lounge wearing track pants, hoodies and pyjamas while commenting on the girls’ hair, make up, dresses and personalities they portrayed. I can’t […]

Letter: Finding Friends

So often we read the stories, without hearin much back once they’re done, however, after reading the article about Jim and Ena Broadhurst who will be celebrating 60 years of marriage this month, we were contacted by a cousin of Ena who had lost touch. A few emails and phone calls later and we hope it will be a happy reunion!

Letter: Illegal Rubbish Dumping

We heartily endorse the sentiments contained in the recent letter ‘Illegal Rubbish Dumping’.  My family members regularly drive from the top of the Awhitu Peninsula to Waiuku.  The amount of roadside rubbish we witness is horrifying, and whilst it increases in volume closer to Waiuku, there are multitudes of cans, bottles, cartons, plastic along every metre blighting our landscape right […]

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