Locals come out in support of Damon

Last December, local Damon Jacobs was diagnosed with stage four cancer, also a HER2 positive strain of cancer which is commonly found in breast cancer....

The stories behind success

The Franklin region’s top junior sportspeople were announced at the Counties Manukau Junior Sports Awards recently. It’s fantastic that these awards are held each year....

Easter weekend wraps up summer of rescues

The Easter weekend marked the end of Surf Life Saving New Zealand’s patrols over the summer, including the patrol at Kariaotahi Beach. Easter traditionally marks...

College Haka to be viewed by 15 Million

WHEN their week began, the kapa haka students from Waiuku College had no idea they would become part of a global hit TV show. But...

SH1 near Mercer – roads congested

Police have advised at 12pm today, Friday 30 March 2018 that Waikato Expressway travellers  on SH1 north and south of Mercer, may experience delays due to...

News

Incredible achievement for Alexia

At only seven years of age, local student Alexia Thomas recently competed at the NZ Horse of the Year Show, winning third in the Lead...

A midsummer night’s dream

Waiuku College year 12 drama are performing a production of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” on the 11th and 12th of April at 6:30pm....

Bells ring as wedding expo returns

Pukekohe Park will again open their doors to future wife and husband-to-be’s. Last year they hosted the first ever Wedding Expo giving the public an...

Taking things to a new level

The Post Newspaper was invited along to a rehearsal of Spirit Level, the new production from Waiuku Theatre Group that opens on Friday 13 April....

Opinion

Letter: Repurpose Pukekohe train station building

The future of Pukekohe seems destined to be decided by people who live far from here. The council plan to...

Yana’s Yarn – 3rd April 2018

Welcome to April. It’s hard to believe that we’re already into the fourth month of the year. Hopefully that encourages...