Future clear for vision impaired pup

After being dumped and left to fend for herself in the Hunua Ranges, Banjo the mixed breed puppy has been given a second chance at...

Waiuku lads win big at LeMons

Team “Bad Mother Duckers” have come home with the best presented car award at the 24 hours of LeMons held at Hampton Downs from Friday...

Hunua and Franklin to benefit from transport project

MP for Hunua Andrew Bayly has welcomed the Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP), saying it will bring many benefits to Hunua and its surrounding areas,...

New gear for Friends of Hunua

Friends of Hunua Ranges (FoHR) can now undertake their work in comfortable gear thanks to funds raised by MP for Hunua, Andrew Bayly.   Early...

Franklin Home & Lifestyle Expo roaring success

The inaugural Franklin Home and Lifestyle Expo was held over the weekend, and the Post Newspaper was there. The Pukekohe Indian Association Hall was full...

Franklin netballers inspired by Silver Fern

One of New Zealand’s top sportspeople, Laura Langman rolled into Franklin over the weekend. Laura, the vice captain of the Silver Ferns, was stoked to...

News

Wild weather causing vege worries

Horticulture New Zealand are warning that a shortage of spring vegetables is likely, and this will affect prices. “Our growers are telling us that rain...

Council clears privet

Action has been taken by Auckland Council to remedy the wild privet that was growing rampant in one area of Waiuku. Following The Post Newspaper’s ...

Future clear for vision impaired pup

After being dumped and left to fend for herself in the Hunua Ranges, Banjo the mixed breed puppy has been given a second chance at...

Pukekawa School recieves grant

When you are a small country school with only 106 pupils, fundraising to do work around the school is particularly hard. But thanks to a...

Opinion

letter – Wesley – A New Town

Your recent article on the new township brought back memories of my late father who attended the opening of the...

Letter – Meeting the Candidates

I was and am concerned that with elections coming up that will result in many changes, being made regarding Pukekohe...

Letter – Leave Ihumatao alone

Developers- Leave Ihumatao alone   For 80 odd years I have lived and known our Manukau Harbour. We travelled to...

Letter to the Editor- Simple Simon met a pie man…

Pie-maker Charlie knows our pie man very well. One of their regular customers on being approached for “a spare dollar...

Elections- ratepayers response, letter

Local board members do not set rates, they have input into plans and have a say in some local expenditure....