Mangakino, Mangakino

4 days ago

Are you taking part in Movember?

The team Reporter from Taupō Times

Movember is an opportunity for men to ditch their razors and grow a moustache to raise money and awareness about men's health. The funds raised each year go towards programmes targeted at prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Are you currently taking part … View more
Movember is an opportunity for men to ditch their razors and grow a moustache to raise money and awareness about men's health. The funds raised each year go towards programmes targeted at prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Are you currently taking part in Movember? If so, we'd love to see pics of your 'stache! Share in the comments!

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4 days ago

Are you taking part in Movember?

The team Reporter from South Waikato News

Movember is an opportunity for men to ditch their razors and grow a moustache to raise money and awareness about men's health. The funds raised each year go towards programmes targeted at prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Are you currently taking part … View more
Movember is an opportunity for men to ditch their razors and grow a moustache to raise money and awareness about men's health. The funds raised each year go towards programmes targeted at prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Are you currently taking part in Movember? If so, we'd love to see pics of your 'stache! Share in the comments!

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4 days ago

Planting ceremony marks completion of Lake Terrace repairs

Darren Petry from Taupo District Council

A planting ceremony has taken place on the lakefront today, marking the completion of the Lake Terrace repairs.

In July, damage to the water and wastewater pipes occurred on Lake Terrace, resulting in one of the largest infrastructure repair projects council has undertaken in recent years.

While … View more
A planting ceremony has taken place on the lakefront today, marking the completion of the Lake Terrace repairs.

In July, damage to the water and wastewater pipes occurred on Lake Terrace, resulting in one of the largest infrastructure repair projects council has undertaken in recent years.

While most of the repairs were completed and roads re-opened in September, work to restore the final water connections had continued. This work was completed yesterday.

Chief executive Gareth Green said this final ceremony was an important step.

“This was a major event for our community and with the final water connection complete and fences now coming down, it is great to mark the occasion with this planting ceremony,” he said.

“Thank you to everyone for your patience over the last four months - from the community to our contractors to the businesses affected.”

The ceremony involved Ngati Tūwharetoa lifting the final rāhui which had been in place over the immediate construction site.

Representatives from Ngati Tūwharetoa, Taupō District Council and local kura all attended and planted trees on the lakefront, at the base of the new retaining wall.

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5 days ago

Stage 2 Thorncombe Park Subdivision

Eoin from Te Awamutu

House and land packages now selling ; stage 1 has 3 sections available now and stage 2 has 20 sections selling now with titles expected mid to late 2020

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5 days ago

Stage 2 Thorncombe Park Subdivision

Eoin from Te Awamutu

Great to see progress on the planning and layout for stage 2 - another 20 houses for Te Awamutu :

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5 days ago

How warm is your home?

Nicola Brennan-Tupara Reporter from South Waikato News

Cold homes, mouldy pillows, overcrowding, homes in places they'd never heard of: the Whare Ora team has seen it all.

They help families from the Coromandel Peninsula to Taumarunui, making homes warmer and dryer and aiming to keep kids out of hospital.

Read morehere. How warm is your home?

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5 days ago

Offering Companionship & Security

Matamata Country Lodge

Set in peaceful surroundings with beautiful trees and gardens, with good sized rooms to accommodate residents precious belongs.

The Matamata Country Lodge now has Assisted living apartments starting from $390,000 and Individual Chalets starting from $495 000.00. We have large Chalets with … View more
Set in peaceful surroundings with beautiful trees and gardens, with good sized rooms to accommodate residents precious belongs.

The Matamata Country Lodge now has Assisted living apartments starting from $390,000 and Individual Chalets starting from $495 000.00. We have large Chalets with plenty of space between each dwelling, all fully refurbished. When some additional care is required, our assisted living apartments are an excellent option.

We have various levels of care available to suit the individual needs of our assisted living residents - with a focus on maximising the residents privacy and independence.

We also provide Rest Home and Hospital Beds. Carer Support, Respite Care and Day Care.

Phone Darrell Shaw to discuss available options 07 888 4090.
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6 days ago

Oats, Millet, Baleage - all spray free

Karen from Te Awamutu

Top quality dairy cow feed.
Pick up only.

Price: $120

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