Pukekohe Volunteer Fire Brigade round-up – week ending Monday 19 June 2017

8/6/17    MVA 9/6/17    MVA 11/6/17    Fire call – machinery on fore 11/6/17    Fire call – aircraft crash 11/6/17    Medical call 13/6/17    Fire call -false alarm 13/6/17    Fire call – false alarm 14/6/17    Fire call – smell of electrical burning This week's message: Do you have a fire drill arranged with your family?  Make sure everyone knows what to do in the event of a fire and where to meet […]

Patumahoe Volunteer Fire Brigade – May monthly round up

Monthly Round Up – Why The Siren Sounds – May 2017 May was another busy month for the PVFB. We attended ten call outs during the month which included: 1 alarm activation 4 medical  3 MVA 1 smoke in vicinity 1 structure fire We also attended two training calls outs—one simulating a chemical leak in Pukekohe and the other a […]

Swimming Pool

Yes the temperature did affect me a lot. The water temp dropped so much that I couldn’t join the aqua classes, I did try and straight away had a cold the next day. I’ve had a membership for years and I kept on paying my monthly payment. There was/is no compensation or anything offered to the members. Not even a […]

Call for judder bars in Hamilton Drive

By Emma Sharplin – emma@thepost.nz Two young girls are lucky to be alive after a male driver ploughed his car into them last Tuesday morning, as they walked to school along Hamilton Drive. In our last issue, the Post Newspaper reported  on the notorious 'crash corner' on Hamilton Drive, where drivers have smashed through properties fences after losing control of their […]

Delights of the Soul

Hausmusik NZ presents Delights of the Soul on Sunday 25 June 2017 at St Andrew’s Church in Pukekohe. The Hausmusik concert includes chamber music by four of the leading German High Baroque composers– J.S. Bach, Handel, Telemann and Heinichen. The concert presents a range of their chamber works, ranging from secular to spiritual. It is also believed that their performances […]


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