90 days ago

We Say/You Say: Lockdown low-down

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

Kia ora neighbours,

What has been some good news in your neighbourhood that's happened during the lockdown?

Kia ora neighbours, we're getting a lot of stories about Covid-19 saturating our newsfeed and the media as of late and we're keen on helping put a damper on that. We'd love for you to tell us some of the more light-hearted stories that you think deserve a shoutout.

Maybe it's a community hero that's been helping out those that are self-isolating, something you discovered while out exercising in your bubble, or something you're doing to help pass the time.

Let us know in the comments below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comment featured in the Hamilton Press.

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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?
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    10.3% Complete
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4 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.

4 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.