Kurtis goes for gold!

Readers may recall our recent story on Waiuku College student Kurtis Shuker. Kurtis (18) was preparing to take on the Aussies at orienteering, after being...

When “donations” are not welcome

Concerned resident Tamara Bennett is going against the grain, and asking people not to “donate”. And it’s for a good cause. Having heard the screeching,...

Rural treasure

As a reformed city slicker,  when I heard Murray Jamieson had won a ploughing cup, I had absolutely no idea what that meant! I caught...

Fatality after serious crash in Mercer

A woman has died, and a man is in a serious condition in Auckland City Hospital after a vehicle crashed into a tree in Mercer...

News

Waiuku Cosmopolitan Club celebrates 50 years

Fifty years ago, on 14 October 1967, the Waiuku Cosmopolitan Club officially opened its doors. Since then, it’s been a hub for locals and a...

Pukekohe station upgrade progresses

Auckland Transport have provided the following update on the Pukekohe station upgrade project: The new pedestrian overbridge is taking shape with precast concrete structures installed...

Police warn against dangers of throwing objects from motorway overbridges

Police are concerned following a recent trend of incidents where people have been seen throwing rocks or other items from motorway overbridges. Police would like...

2000 trees planted to sustain waterways

The gloves were on, shovels were out and a hard day’s work was had on Sunday 24 September as the community gathered for the Drury...

Opinion

His Word – With God, All things are Possible

Here is a great Testimony that will encourage you, to just trust God way, much more, and to just let...

Police Patch 03 October 2017

Last week a specialist Police team executed a drugs search warrant with the assistance of the Armed Offenders Squad, at...

Yana’s Yarn 03 October 2017

School holidays are back. I always wonder why I see a heap of kids out and about, but then remember...

Thumbs up to Auckland Council

We were delighted to read in this weeks POST about the “frilling” of privet in one area of Waiuku. Congratulations...