Articles By: Haylee King

First of food forest trees planted

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KAWERAU’S Urban Food Forest took its first steps on Monday. Senior students from Kawerau Putauaki and Kawerau South schools were involved in planting the first…

Support for class action

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MORE than 100 Edgecumbe households have shown their support for a possible class action to be taken against the Bay of Plenty Regional Council. Two…

Photography a gift to share

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TE taha wairua (the spiritual dimension) does not show itself to many people let alone be captured on camera, so when unexplainable details were revealed…

Tree and slip blocks road

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Update: State Highway 2 near Matata has one lane open. But a New Zealand Transport Agency statement said people should continue to expect delays. A…

Kawerau on the world stage

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KAWERAU’S story will be shared on the world stage later this month, particularly how a tutor keeps Maori culture alive through basketball. Te Whare Wananga…

Lace up skates for roller disco

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MUSIC, lights and skates transformed Whakatane High School’s gymnasium into a grooving roller disco this week. More than 100 people of all ages and skating…

Missing woman found safe

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THE 49-year-old woman missing in Te Urewera since last week has been found safe. Search teams entered the Te Urewera area yesterday and Suzanne Fay…

Mini hunt contest this weekend

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MINI hunters will scale the land this weekend targeting and catching pest animals. The Kawerau Mini Hunt, a junior version of the Kawerau Big 3,…

Urban forest comes to life

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GARDENS are shaping up as Kawerau Urban Food Forest comes to life at Monika Lanham Reserve. Footpaths are being dug out and filled with pumice…