Counties Power A&P show coming up

Keep your diary clear for Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 February 2018 for the Counties Power Pukekohe A&P Show. Counties Power will be bringing along a display with a complete power poll, demonstrations and information. Add to that Auckland Museum and the NZ Army are attending. The Woodchopping competition is back on, and regular favourite – Counties Strongest Man competition. […]

Waiuku Yacht club attend Kerikeri training regatta

By Zoe Allan As we drove down the hill to the cruising club we admired the slight sea warping its way across the coast. We arrived at the marina to a flurry of activity, sailors young and old darting between sails, cars, and boats. We stretched our legs whilst we set up the boats and attended a briefing, before preparing […]

The countdown is on…

Rebel Round Up-New Zealand’s ultimate hot rod, vintage, rockabilly festival will be held over two days at Pukekohe Park. Book your tickets for Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 February, and prepare to immerse yourself in an action packed weekend and celebration of everything old and cool. The weekend will feature live bands, wicked hotrods, vintage markets, historic motor racing, vintage […]

Taylor’s third TRS begins

Pukekohe’s Taylor Cockerton has started racing in the 2018 Castrol Toyota Racing Series (TRS), competing in the first round at Ruapuna, Christchurch over the weekend. The 2017 Formula Master Champion, had been on the look out for financial backing, and was not expecting to race. But a week before the five round championship began, he was given the go ahead. […]

Ultimate Track Day

Sunday 28 January 2018 – Pukekohe Park: Cruising, Partmaster Roll Racing (Round 2), Drifting, Drag Racing, Hard Park, Burnouts (TBC), Powerskids Sunday 28 January 2018 – Pukekohe Park: Cruising, Partmaster Roll Racing (Round 2), Drifting, Drag Racing, Hard Park, Burnouts (TBC), Powerskids ll Having been around for 22 years now, the 4 & Rotary Nationals is the biggest and longest running event […]

Roads during the holidays

According to The Ministry of Transport, 38 people died on New Zealand roads in December 2017. This is seven more than December 2016 and is eight more than the average December road toll for the last five years. Police were notified of a crash at Awhitu/Kaihau Roads at 1:20pm on Monday 1 January 2018. Two vehicles were involved and one […]

Letter: Well done Waiuku

I would like to congratulate the Waiuku town for a most wonderful Christmas parade. It was a delight to be there and much superior to others we went to. I admire the effort that was put into it. Well done! R. Balle, Pukekohe

19 years of lighting up for charity

For the past 19 years, Craig Prescott  has been illuminating the skies at 25 Prospect Terrace Pukekohe, and  all in the name of charity. Every year both the house and front lawn are decorated with Christmas lights. As well as that, they decorate a shelf inside their front and side windows. This year a Total of $1054.50 was raised for The Pukekohe Volunteer Fire […]

Back to the Fuchsia

It’s back for the 19th time and will share a fabulous display of plants and more. The Franklin Fuchsia show will be held on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 January. President of the Franklin Fuchsia group, Mary Hull, has been an organiser since the beginning and can credit the success of the shows on successful staging in the past. “It’s […]

Chop, Chop, Hiyaaa!

Beloved NZ musician, wonderfully wicked wahine and celebrated child-whisperer Anika Moa will waiata her way across Auckland for the 2018 Auckland Arts Festival in March. Such was the success of her 2017 Chop Chop Hiyaaa! tour – a delightful show for kids based on her successful Songs for Bubbas albums – the Auckland Arts Festival invited Moa to take the […]


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