59 days ago

Meals on Wheels Drivers Needed!

Community Activator from Red Cross - Waikato Service Centre

This service supports, elderly, ill and disabled people living at home who would otherwise struggle to provide healthy meals for themselves.
Volunteering is a fun and rewarding experience. Being a Meals on Wheels driver takes about two hours one day a week, fortnight or month, or even casually depending on your availability.
For further information please contact us on 07 849 0285 or email: waikato@redcross.org.nz

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4 hours ago

Free Christmas Grotto at Te Kowhai!

Julian from Te Kowhai

Hey all! Make sure you come down to St Marks Hall (opposite Te Kowhai School) and check out the totally free, awesome Christmas Grotto. The kids that have been through love it. Tell your friends!

Get dressed up in in cool old robes and have your photo taken in the picture frame. Take the donkey for a walk! enjoy the miniature village! Find the 7 reindeer!

Learn about the 'Reason for the season"! The grotto is open tonight from 6-9pm and every night til the 22nd Dec. We also have a carols service on the 22nd so bring the kids!

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6 hours ago

Severe thunderstorm watch

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

MetService has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Waikato.

Valid from 1:00pm to 9:00pm today. Localised downpours of 25 to 40mm per hour are possible with thunderstorms in this region.

Rainfall of this intensity can cause surface and/or flash flooding, especially about low-lying areas such as streams, rivers or narrow valleys, and may also lead to slips. Driving conditions will also be hazardous with surface flooding and poor visibility in heavy rain.
This watch will be updated by 2:00pm today.

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1 day ago

Power lines relocated for new bridge over Waikato River

Samantha McPherson from WEL Networks

Preparatory work has begun on what will be one of the longest bridges in Hamilton.
WEL Networks started relocating power lines on Tuesday to allow for construction of a bridge over the Waikato River to the Peacocke housing development.
Click on the link below to read more!