30 days ago

Speed limits under review

A helper from Te Kowhai Community Group

There has been a media release by the Waikato District Council on the Proposed Amendments to the Speed Limits.

For Te Kowhai & surrounding areas it means a number of roads that are currently 100kmh will become 80 kmh.

A hearing by the District Council for any submissions on these changes is planned for February 2020 – the date will be confirmed by WDC closer to the time.

If you wish to make a submission on these proposed changes submission forms are available at at www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz...

The roads that are in our neighborhood that will be going from 100 kmh to 80 kmh are


DUCK RD - entire road

FULLERTON RD - entire road

HAWKSGRIP RD - entire road

LAXON RD - entire road

LINDSAY RD - entire road

PERKINS RD - entire road

ROTOKAURI RD - from 70m west of Pheasant Close to DUCK RD

Te Kowhai

BEDFORD RD - from NGARUAWAHIA RD to 30m south of Collie Road

BLACKETT RD - entire road

BROWN RD - entire road

CASEY RD - entire road

CHRISTIE RD - entire road

COLLIE RD - entire road

COUCH RD - entire road

CRAWFORD RD - entire road

DRUMMOND RD - entire road

HARTSTONE RD - entire road

MARWOOD RD - entire road

WOOLRICH RD - entire road

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6 minutes ago

WEAVE Cultural Market 2019

Community Activator from Red Cross - Waikato Service Centre

This year's WEAVE Cultural Market will be on the 6th of December in Garden Place from 4pm till 8pm. Come along and enjoy ethnic food, crafts, cultural performances and other entertainments, celebrating the diversity of our former refugee and migrant communities!

1 hour ago

How to be more Neighbourly...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Being Neighbourly is a lot more than just signing up to the website. It’s about taking the next step and being helpful and friendly to those around you. There are loads of different ways to be Neighbourly - here are a few suggestions from us.

14 hours ago

Speed limit reductions on our roads - want to know more?

The Editor from Te Kowhai Newsletter

This is the last issue before Christmas – the final publication for 2019.

In this issue you’ll find:

- Locally made Christmas gift ideas.
- Details of proposed local speed reductions.
- The story behind Te Kowhai’s very own and very special Christmas Grotto.
- Information on local Christmas church and carol services.
- Fund raising details for St Stephen’s Church.
- “I don’t know much” interview with Ryan Christensen: pro cyclist and one of the six dedicated family members behind the Bucking Boar Cornfield Maze.
- A trip down memory lane with Myra Woolrich, interviewed by Shirley Warner.
- Heritage stories, as told by Graham McBride.
- Who’s who in the local election results.

As always, feedback is welcome along with new advertisers, nominations for interview subjects, news, local events and tid-bits of information.

Get in touch any time.


0220 166 828


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