1532 days ago

Donations of Women's & Children's clothing needed

Rebecca Bangma from The House of Grace Trust - Hamilton

That sweater you never wear... whether it’s shirt, jeans or a dress you haven’t worn in a while, we are collecting donations of good quality women's and children's clothing now! We have drop off points around Hamilton. Please help spread the word to your friends, family and community. Together we can continue supporting pregnant teens and young families.

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6 hours ago

Looking for a home for Misty

Shaaly from Hamilton East

This is Misti, we found him abandoned when we moved into our flat and since we couldnt find an owner he has been living with us for three years now. He was very scared of people and took some time getting used to us. Unfortunately we are leaving overseas and hate for him to be homeless again, so looking for someone kind to take him in. He's a very quiet and easy going fella who generally likes to keep to himself. He still takes time getting used to people and doesnt appreciate petting and picking up unless he approaches you first. There are more details about him in the flyer attached. If you cant take him in I would appreciate if you can share the flyer. Thanks in advance.

6 days ago

Poll: Where would you most like to go once NZ borders open?

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Where would you most like to go once NZ borders open?
  • 53.6% Australia
    53.6% Complete
  • 26.8% Europe
    26.8% Complete
  • 10.1% United States
    10.1% Complete
  • 9.4% Bali
    9.4% Complete
276 votes
5 hours ago

Have you been following the Waikato Regional Theatre project?

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was in town on Tuesday to turn the sod for the $76.3m project.

“If Covid has shown us anything, it is how crucial it is for that sense of wellbeing for us to be together, for us to experience the arts, to have an outlet for creativity,” she said. “And here we will have that."

Have you been following the theatre's progress? Read more here.