Vincent again best of karting kiwis across the Tasman

Emerson Vincent – one of the top Kiwi finishers at the latest round of the 2016 (Australian) Rotax Pro Tour was second in Micro Max. Emerson Vincent from Pukekohe, was again the best Kiwi performer at the latest round of this year’s Australian Rotax Pro Tour at Sydney’s Eastern Creek International Kart Raceway two weeks ago, finishing a close second […]

A note from Emma’s Desk

I would sincerely like to thank the most ‘considerate’ driver of the white vehicle that has left a stunning scrape that runs along the right hand side of my gangster-mobile. I really did want sticker stripes, as I believe it will make my car go faster, and I did want both sides done at the same time, but that wasn’t […]

Waiuku Noise control

I am writing in reply to Waiuku Noise Control, by Gabriel Nedelcu. I have some helpful suggestions: 1) Purchase some earplugs – they are not expensive. 2) When you hear the siren, stop thinking “poor me” and start thinking about the unfortunate person or persons who are obviously in need. 3) Also start thinking about the VOLUNTEERS who are going […]

Police station closures

The recent revelation of planned closures of many local Police stations across Auckland, including Pukekohe, Waiuku and Tuakau, is of real concern. Auckland is a rapidly growing city, and with increasing population and crime, it beggars belief that closing Police stations could even be considered, let alone be planned. The fact that this secret plan has been leaked raises serious […]

John Connolly loses battle with cancer

The Post Newspaper was saddened to hear that John Connolly lost his battle with cancer on April 8, 2016. The Post would like to offer their sincerest condolences to John’s family and friends through this difficult time. John was seriously injured when he was hit from behind and knocked to the ground by a mob of more than 30 teenagers […]

Fundraising for Japan

It seems that tragedy has struck Masa Ochiai’s family once again. On April 17, 2016, the Pukekohe resident received the news that an earthquake had affected his home town of Kumamoto, with his first thoughts going to his sister and mother. Fortunately, they were amongst the lucky ones who survived the quake; however, along with many other residents in the […]

Woman cut from car in Waiau Pa

A woman has been cut from a car after it rolled in south Auckland The accident happened on McKenzie Rd, Waiau Pa, shortly before 1.30pm on on Sunday, April 24, 2016, the Fire Service says. The woman was taken to Middlemore Hospital in a serious condition following the crash, but has since improved to a moderate condition. No other cars […]

Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter Missions

W2 Port Waikato – Crew tasked to an area near Port Waikato for reports of a missing child in the water. Advised en route that a second child was also missing. Eventually advised that both had been recovered and crew were stood down as patients were in a moderate condition.

16 stations to close or not? Leaked

It’s been leaked that a number of police stations were due to be close as part of a police review. The names of 16 police stations and community police centres that could be closed to the public in Auckland have been leaked, as police announce security needs to be beefed up at 105 of its buildings throughout New Zealand. Police […]

Police respond to the station closure leaks

Following a review of Police station security measures signalled in September last year, a new set of infrastructure design features are being introduced to enhance safety at police front counters. Assistant Commissioner Allan Boreham says the new features are designed to deal with the most likely threats at publicly accessible police premises. “The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors […]


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