Young film maker’s heartbreaking story amongst winners

For someone so young, Ararimu’s Luka Wolfgram has shown strength beyond his years to help raise awareness for child cancer. Luka has lost his brother,...

Dylan making his way to the top

Young up and coming referee Dylan Moxon, has his sights set on becoming a FIFA referee. It was only two years ago that the Pukekohe...

News

Invitation to celebrate Mr Gaham’s retirement

View Road School would like to invite past students, staff and friends of the school to a special assembly, celebrating the retirement of well known...

Blue Light dinner with Prince Edward

Some may recognise Brendon Crompton from his role as a Franklin Local Board member, however, he is also the National Development and Relationships Manager for New...

Young film maker’s heartbreaking story amongst winners

For someone so young, Ararimu’s Luka Wolfgram has shown strength beyond his years to help raise awareness for child cancer. Luka has lost his brother,...

Students ‘Starship Trek’ raises awareness

A group of year ten students from Pukekohe High school have completed their ‘Starship Trek’, a journey of walking 16 kilometres from Pukekohe to Pokeno...

Opinion

Letter – increased machinery on roads

I love this time of the year as many of us do, the fishing is great, the scollops are in...

Letter – Spirit of Christmas

In the Spirit of Christmas, it is for the sake of children. Let us not forget the meaning of Christmas...

A note from Emma’s desk

Our office in Pukekohe is located a hop, skip and a jump away from Pukeko’s Nest Cafe – which is...

Baker’s Banter

Over the past six or so years, I have chosen, when challenged by decisions made by our wider Council organisation...

365 DAYS = 365 OPPORTUNITIES

We are surrounded by OPPORTUNITIES each and everyday. Our lives are constantly under construction, there’s always room for something to...