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By steve@thepost.nz | August 13, 2018


By steve@thepost.nz | August 06, 2018


By steve@thepost.nz | July 31, 2018

Too quick to judge?

By steve@thepost.nz | July 31, 2018

Neighbours, some really good ones and some not-so-good ones everywhere. It doesn’t matter where you live, the fear of new neighbours seems to be a reality and this anxiety has caused someone to behave in an extreme way by writing a note and placing it in the letter boxes of neighbours in a street in Tuakau. The letter warned of […]

Chris Pouncy Turning Tour 2018

By steve@thepost.nz | July 24, 2018

An amazing Woodturning Demonstration by Chris Pouncy, sponsored by Robert Sorby Tools, took place at Franklin Woodturners recently. Chris, described as a true rock star of the wood world, delivered a compelling demonstration of sharpening, basic bowl turning and hollowing, along with special tool and decorative techniques. The evening was well attended and enjoyed by all.

Protesters march on offices

By steve@thepost.nz | July 24, 2018

Wednesday 18 July 2018, saw a group of protesters march on the Pukekohe District Court House, Oranga Tamariki office and a local lawyers office in Edinburgh Street Pukekohe. All of the protesters were part of a group called Families for Justice Limited with their founding member and group’s spokesperson Steve Evans seen above on the megaphone. The group were protesting […]


By steve@thepost.nz | July 23, 2018

Buried: – greed or incompetence?

By steve@thepost.nz | July 17, 2018

Exclusive Investigation Report The Post is calling for all work at Envirofert to stop, for senior Waikato Regional Council staff to be suspended and for an independent forensic audit into the noncompliance at Envirofert in Tuakau. The role of both Waikato councils needs to be thoroughly investigated, and if they have allowed contaminated material to be buried due to a […]


By steve@thepost.nz | July 16, 2018


By steve@thepost.nz | July 09, 2018