134 days ago

Māori language week - Te Wiki o te reo Māori

Sinead Gill Reporter from Feilding-Rangitīkei Herald

Mōrena neighbours! Next week is Te Wiki o te reo Māori, and the team are looking at words and places in te reo across the Manawatū-Rangitīkei that you see every day, but want to know more about or what it means. Any ones in particular that come to mind?

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15 hours ago

Husband for sale (and other happy things) in today's Antidote

The Team Reporter from Stuff

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20 hours ago

This 8 week email course will get your financial life in order

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21 hours ago

Forest walk

Cynthia from Foxton

I picked up 3 bags worth of fresh and old dog poo in the Cousins Avenue forest this morning and bought home to my rubbish bin. I picked up my own dog's poo as well, of course. I had my dogs with me and they were not happy with me stopping all the time, however, it is getting disgusting in there. May I prevail on a few more dog owners to do this and maybe we can restore our beautiful walking tracks and edges to their former glory. Did the same at Ferry Reserve on Monday. I thought this was better than confronting anyone too ignorant to pick up their dog poo, as I feel it is building up to some sort of a stand off, and us responsible dog owners will be penalised and lose our lovely dog walking assets.