News

Baby George on the beat

Constable Kennedy is seen here holding a very seriously looking baby George who hopefully grows up with less repeat burglaries in his neighbourhood. Baby George went along to...

No vehicles allowed on Karioitahi Beach

New bylaw bans the use of vehicles on the beach outside of a designated horse truck / float loading area and the car park areas. On the September 1, a...

Improvements to Pukekohe rail shuttle

AUCKLAND Transport says after the initial disappointing start there’s been a big improvement in the performance of the train shuttle between Pukekohe and Papakura. Reliability is...

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The garage sale at Drury School Hall last Saturday attracted many people looking for a bargain. What little remained was donated to the Salvation Army. The...

Opinion

Politicians to blame

The present state House crisis is the result of rental funds being absorbed by Government, the closing of the local State...

Amusement over Auckland Transport

I read with amusement in the latest edition of The Post of how our local National MPs Andrew Bayly and Judith...

Cat in the hat vandalism

With reference to the Cat in The Hat structure on Waiuku Road, I am angry and disappointed to learn that the...

Waiuku no longer the poor cousin of Pukekohe

I would be the first to admit I actually submitted an opinion over buses and trains in the Franklin area. I...

Glenbrook SHA

I was one of the 200 plus that attended the meeting with developers on site of the proposed site of the 800...