NEWS

by Andy Bryenton

Long-standing volunteer and Coast Guard radio operator Dorothy Quaife has at last formally retired after many years of public service;…

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by Andy Bryenton

To help them win a nationwide recycling challenge, Dargaville Intermediate School students are asking local residents to hand over any…

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by Andy Bryenton

This month the Tuia Matauranga Roadshow will visit many towns and cities around New Zealand as part of commemorations of…

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by Andy Bryenton

Muddy Waters Gallery in Dargaville is hosting a new exhibition by Te Kopuru-based artist Betty Paul who has “a portfolio,…

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by Andy Bryenton

Last Thursday saw the opening of an interestingly spring-themed exhibition at the Mangawhai Artists Gallery. Seed is the name and…

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by Andy Bryenton

Mangawhai’s volunteer fire brigade has provided many years of vital service to the region, saving lives and property as the…

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by Andy Bryenton

October is pink ribbon appeal month, one of the most noticeable street appeals for any awareness campaign thanks both to…

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by Andy Bryenton

There are events on the seasonal calendar, which tell us all that the holidays are on their way; the start…

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by Paul Campbell

Wen it’s footy, stakes an’ bear “Well, Dog, it doesn’t get much betta than this, I reckin.” Gidday readas –…

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by Paul Campbell

Fundraising can be fun when it is turning donated goods, be they rescued from a skip, or just unloved in…

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by Andy Bryenton

Investment and increased economic growth in Kaipara are two of the highlights in Kaipara District Council’s 2018–2019 Annual Report, which…

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