School error causes stress for students

  It’s a time of nervous excitement generally followed by the joy of finding out you’ve been accepted into further study. But for many year...

93 local missions for rescue helicopter

This map shows the missions undertaken by the Auckland and Coromandel Rescue Helicopters in 2017, in the Franklin and North Waikato area.  In 2016 the...

Two injured in head on collision, Tuakau

Police were called to assist other emergency services to a two-car crash on Tuakau Bridge-Port Waikato Road that occurred around 7am on Tuesday 23 January....

News

School error causes stress for students

  It’s a time of nervous excitement generally followed by the joy of finding out you’ve been accepted into further study. But for many year...

Clarks Beach Bowling Club 2017 tournament

Clarks Beach Bowling Club held their last tournament for 2017 on Thursday 14 December. It was a beautiful fine day which was sponsored by Osborne...

Waipipi Bowling Club tournament

The Waipipi Bowling Club tournament was held on January 18 at Pukekohe. Everyone had a great day, despite the fact the tournament was played inside,...

Karaka Bowling Club

 Results from Karaka Bowling Club’s Friday 5 January Fountains Open Tournament Unfortunately after all this lovely weather the rain gods dictated the tournament had to be...

Opinion

Letter: Intersection improvement

The solution to the awful intersection at East Street and Stadium Drive would be to build a roundabout. All the...

Letters: Improvements possible

I am pleased to read that changes and improvements are possible for the busy intersection at East Street / Stadium...

Gone Fishing— Smudge says—30 January 2018

Game fishing for tuna and marlin is in full swing with warm blue water in very close to shore. Skipjack and...

Letter: What is that black stuff in my water?

What is that black stuff in my drinking water? I drink about six to eight glasses of water from the...

Your thoughts on pedestrian crossings

Last week, 23 January 2018, the Post Newspaper had a story on pedestrian safety in Pukekohe. We asked whether more...