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Report paints bleak picture of Gulf
The exploitation and contamination of the Hauraki Gulf is continuing unabated, with little evidence that management changes over the last three years have made any improvements.
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Gulf Harbour students lead epic clean up
Photos of rubbish on local beaches have inspired a Year 2 class to be part of the solution – with the community’s help.
‘Glass half full’ approach
Yacht club on shaky ground
Speeds drop on highway
Nautilus hearing over
Motor homes restricted
Beachfront open for business
Realtors and the general public are watching closely what happens to an Orewa beachfront property that went on the market recently.
HEALTH & LIFESTYLE
Sandspit seniors setout
For the second time, Sandspit “pensioners” Alan and Sally Smith will cycle NZ as members of the Ride Out of the Blue fundraiser.
School dismisses wifi health concerns
A group of Matakana parents, who are concerned that wifi is harming their children, are starting a petition to have it removed.
Sandspit Marina investigation
Spike in crime in Mahurangi
Warkworth Town Hall video tour
Battered hens need new home
Wellsford WINZ closed
Oliver a holiday highlight
With a talented and enthusiastic cast and a revamped production, Peaches & Pickles’
ticks all the boxes.
Kindergarten kids clean up
About 40 children picked up cans, plastic and other rubbish at Snells Beach last month after learning how it harms marine life.
$1.2m of projects on chopping block
Nearly $1.2 million of capital works projects in Rodney may be deferred as Auckland Council struggles to keep rate rises down.
Viewpoint: Keeping it local
Environment: Voting for water
History: The Waiwera Road
Health: Consistent approach
Athletics out of starting blocks
The Hibiscus Coast Athletics Club has got off to a positive start in its new location, with more than 100 members now signed up.
We look back at the Matakana Village Farmers Market which celebrates its 10th year and we look forward to the re-opening of Ascension. Bentornato!
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