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Real estate booming in Kawerau

Real estate booming in Kawerau

The current real estate hotspot is the small Bay of Plenty milling town of Kawerau. Prices have skyrocketed by 41 percent in the past year....Read More »
Ageing organisation attracts hundreds

Ageing organisation attracts hundreds

KAWERAU residents formed a long line at the door of the town’s Concert Chamber for a Kawerau and District Ageing in Place (KDAIP) public meeting this month....Read More »
Review of Stoneham Park

Review of Stoneham Park

A decision about the future of a bridge along Kawerau's Stoneham Walkway has led to a review to evaluate the condition of the whole park.
At a meeting on December 16, Kawerau District Council was presented with two options....Read More »
Kabaddi trophy up for grabs

Kabaddi trophy up for grabs

KAWERAU’S Davina Thompson is in India competing in the Kabaddi World Cup. The tournament runs until December 20 and Thompson will be part of the 14-women New Zealand team, who will face England, Mexico and Pakistan in pool play....Read More »
Tui Glen trek era ends after 29 years

Tui Glen trek era ends after 29 years

Tui Glen will close its gates on 29 years of horse trekking this month, but member of the public have the opportunity to relive their riding experiences.
After winding up the tourism side of the business on December 6 the farm's 18 trekking horses are up for sale....Read More »
Seriously Social on the Tarawera

Seriously Social on the Tarawera

Kawerau's Seriously Social rafting competition took to the Tarawera River for its 11th event on Sunday, with 16 teams braving the grade two rapids. ...Read More »
Rain saves the day for fireworks display

Rain saves the day for fireworks display

WEDNESDAY and Thursday's rain has saved the Christmas in the Park fireworks display in Kawerau....Read More »
Kawerau’s crossfit day out

Kawerau’s crossfit day out

FIRMIN field hosted Kawerau’s Rangatahi tu Rangatira Crossfit event on Saturday, which offered an opportunity for all ages and abilities. Te Whiri Kawai partner and competitor Bob Austin said the event was the brainchild of Te Whiri Kawai youth workers collective...Read More »
Putauaki School’s technology leaders

Putauaki School’s technology leaders

TEN Putauaki School pupils are busy learning about new technology available at their school so they can provide guidance and support for other pupils and teachers. ...Read More »
Kawerau business mentoring

Kawerau business mentoring

KAWERAU Enterprise Agency’s Incubate programme, designed to support new businesses, will be back next year after a successful 2014.

Kawerau X Incubate is a 10-week programme that began in September with eight participating businesses or charity groups....Read More »
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