28 days ago

Are you the new Masonic Lodge Grand Master?

The team Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

Hi neighbours - The Waipawa Masonic Lodge is for sale, and current owners are hoping new owners will continue to run the b&b which operates from the front section of the home.

Built in the 1800's, it was initially two empty halls which were then lovingly turned into a beautiful home and b&b. "It's a completely unique building," says owner, Colin. "But we've got to face facts. It's too big for two people."

Have you visited the lodge? Would you consider being the new Grand Master?

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1 day ago

Te Mata Rd protest

Julie Neighbourly Lead from Havelock North

Every day I drive past the former proposed site for the cell tower and I feel it’s very kind of the current owners to want to lower the property values by making the area look like an LA slum. It’ll make it easier and cheaper for first home buyers when you sell up.

But really folks, isn’t it about time to remove the graffiti sheets and get on with life? They are attracting taggers to the area, which will then attract other criminal elements.

The electoral candidate hoardings are a distracting eyesore enough, without adding to the visual pollution, and unwanted attention.

Like it or not, you’ve made the neighbourhood look like areas you wouldn’t drive through with the doors unlocked.

2 hours ago

Change of Management

Ric Coleman from MENZSHED, Hastings.

Hi All. The guys gave me a great good-bye BBQ today, and I was humbled. Robbie is taking over, so give him the support you've given me, which has been overwhelming. (Robbie: 875 0931). Check my give a little page: cANCER:TERMINAL I intend to see the south island or die (sorry, my sense of humour) in the process. Problems? Contact Menzshed. And yes, we have female members. Thank you Hastings. Ric

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1 day ago

WATCH: How Mr & Mrs Gock Saved the Kumara

The Team from Play Stuff

Play Stuff Short Doco: When New Zealand gave two young Chinese refugees citizenship in the 1940’s they found an unlikely way to return the gift – by saving the almighty kumara. Watch now

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