Te Whangai Trust win award

In 2007, Gary and Adrienne Dalton established the Te Whangai Charitable Trust to honour the memory of their daughter Leigh. This year, the Trust won...

Local schools awarded at Robotics competition

Two schools in Franklin took part in the New Zealand FIRST LEGO League Animal Allies Championships held at ACG Strathallan in Karaka on Saturday 2...

Local dancers Represent NZ

Three local dancers originating from the Groovit hip hop dance studio have had the opportunity of a lifetime, competing at the World Hip Hop Dance...

Extended recall on sausages

Hellers Ltd is extending its recall undertaken on 8 September to  with a gluten allergy or intolerance should not consume these products. If you are...

Taking a minute can change a life

606 pairs of shoes, representing each Kiwi lost to suicide from July 2016 to June 2017, started their journey to parliament from Cape Reinga, Auckland...

National to complete Mill Road corridor if re-elected

The National Party have committed to completing a number of transport projects in Auckland if re-elected, including the Mill Road Corridor and electrification to Pukekohe....

News

Hard-working look to PIC Steelers line-up to host Hawkes Bay

PIC Counties Manukau Steelers will look to get their season back on track when they host Hawkes Bay in their Mitre 10 Cup match at...

Police and Chief Coroner reinforce synthetic drug warning

Police and the Chief Coroner have today reinforced their previous warning to communities about the dangerous consequences of using synthetic drugs. It comes following the...

Locals invited to test their passing skills against Manukau Steelers at Mitre 10

In support of the Mitre 10 Cup, locals are invited to join a passing skills test at Mitre 10 Pukekohe on Saturday 16th September, and...

Franklin JPs recognised

In August, eighty-six Justices of the Peace from the Franklin and Districts Justices of the Peace Association, gathered for their annual luncheon.  Barry Watkin, a...

Opinion

License critical for rural youth

Opinion by  Jessica Paton One issue that is of huge social importance to the people of Tuakau is that a...

Introducing Kylie Hall

Some of our readers may recognise Kylie’s name. She’s been a contributing writer for some time, is an active supporter...

Yana’s Yarns 12 September 2017

 It’s that time of year again when editorial superstar Emma leaves on a trip for several weeks, leaving me to...