A note from Emma’s desk 08 August

We have had a great response to our Caramilk giveaway, and while we wish we could have given everyone who entered a block of this tasty treat, we have selected our winners with great deliberation. Here our four winners with their Cadbury experiences – we hope our readers enjoy them as much as we did! Diane Tyson – Attending University […]

Students encourage locals to drive drink free

Seeing students working alongside Police at ‘booze stop’ was not what most drivers expected to see on a Friday night. However, that was the exact scenario on Friday 4 August, as nine senior students from Pukekohe High School spent their evening thanking local drivers for not drinking and driving. This was the first of a series of events where Franklin […]

Youth Aid calling for community assistance

Over the next couple of months, the Post Newspaper is looking to highlight the Police groups who work within the Franklin South Area, and explain what their role entails, and how our readers can assist them where needed. Our first group that we are introducing to our readers are the Youth Aid officers, who work with the youth in Franklin. […]

Positive future for Kariaotahi Hall

It is exciting times ahead for the Kariaotahi Hall committee, who are all looking forward to their 46th AGM next week. It has been an incredibly busy year for the team, as the hall has seen increased usage and several projects completed. On the recommendation of the Waikato District Council, and to be eligible for a wider range of grants […]


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