Pukekohe racer eyes Championship title

Pukekohe Formula Masters Series driver, and Waikato University Student Taylor Cockerton is placed second overall on the points table after reaching podium placings in the...

Ponder on the porcelain and think at the sink

You don't need to engage your brain much to go to the toilet or do the washing up. But Waikato District Council is asking its residents and ratepayers to do exactly...

Trust offering silver linings

By Emma Sharplin – emma@thepost.nz Trying to get so many hours of sleep wont be enough if your soul is tired. Sometimes, we all just...

Barry hangs up the spray guns after 50 years

By Yana O'Gorman yana@thepost.nz  After 50 years in the business, Pukekohe Car Painter's Barry Walden is saying farewell to his customers and their cars and...

Small steps to Great Wall of China

By Emma Sharplin – emma@thepost.nz Rosie Walker has achieved a goal she never thought she would complete, and it all started by taking one step...

News

Pukekohe racer eyes Championship title

Pukekohe Formula Masters Series driver, and Waikato University Student Taylor Cockerton is placed second overall on the points table after reaching podium placings in the...

Community donates food generously

By Emma Sharplin – emma@thepost.nz As part of the National Parent Centre week celebrations, the team behind the Franklin Parent Centre banded together to complete...

Quota’s award winning Antiques Fair is back

Plans are well underway for the 2017, 28th Annual Antique Fair by members of Quota International of Papakura. The award-winning fair has been described as...

New classrooms for Eden Christian Academy

Eden Christian Academy held an official opening last Sunday for their new classrooms. Plans for the facility began in May 2016 and exactly a year...

Opinion

Feedback on Judder Bars in Hamilton Drive

After sharing our articles on the call for judder bar installation in Hamilton Drive last week, the Post Newspaper received...

Hamilton Drive speed issues

I live on Hamilton Drive.  The biggest threat to pedestrians and property is speed. The car that bowled those two...

Looking back at the past 50 years

David Garside contacted the Post and thought that our readers would be interested in this piece that he stumbled across...

Police Patch – week ending Monday 26 June 2017

It was a very sad end to the week for Waiuku Police. One of our loyal and dedicated station volunteers...

A note from Emma’s desk

I had to laugh at how Pukekohe made the national news last week. For those who hadn’t seen it, there...