31 days ago

New Waipā deputy mayor ready to face challenges

The team Reporter from Cambridge Edition

Liz Stolwyk has big plans for the district, with the next 10-year Plan review coming up in 2021.

She identifies the biggest challenges as infrastructure for the growing district, with roading, sewage and stormwater services all being stretched. Her social concerns were also not far behind on her list of priorities.

Do you think she has what it takes to help the Waipā district?

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7 hours ago

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10 hours ago

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11 hours ago

Tamahere Lions Best Artisan Market - this Saturday morning December 14

Susan from Tamahere

Only 2 sleeps to go - this Saturday morning 14th December is our Tamahere Lions bumper Christmas Best Artisan Market
09.00 -13.00 at Tamahere Community Centre, Devine Road.
Free Entry - over 100 stalls indoor and out - so no need to worry about the weather

Gifts, crafts, food, clothes, jewellery, canvas, photography, sweets, candles, some produce, nails, bouncy castle, activities, perfumes, furniture +++++- you name it and I'm sure you'll be able to find it and buy it
- make it a date, come along, join the fun and help Tamahere Lions support local business and communities

All our proceeds, after costs, are donated to community causes, locally, nationally and internationally

As always collecting good quality clothes, toys and books for Kids In Need Waikato and glasses/spectacles for recycle to the Fred Hollows charity and aluminium wine bottle top/can ring pulls for KidsCan