47 days ago

Walking track repairs progressing well

The Team from Whangarei District Council

The massive clean-up and repair of storm damage to our District’s walking tracks is continuing. Most tracks are now open, although some tracks are still a few weeks off being fixed.

Parihaka Scenic Reserve, the AH Reed Kauri Park and the Coronation Reserve in Western Hills were among the worst hit tracks in the storm.

“We’ve still got a big job ahead of us,” says Parks Technical Officer Stuart Jackson. “Our contractors are working flat-out and we are trying to reopen these remaining tracks as quickly as we can.”

Full story and time-table of re-opening tracks:

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1 day ago

Pompallier College Spring Garage Sale

Katharine from Kamo

Saturday 14th November 8am to 11am
Car Wash, Baking, Toys, Furniture, clothing, Bric-a brac etc
All quality donations welcome Sunday 8th Nov. 4-5pm or
Wednesday to Friday 11th to 13th Nov. 7.30 to 8.30, 2.30 to 3.30.
SH14 Maunu, Whangarei
Look forward to seeing you there

4 hours ago


Shaza Neighbourly Lead from Glenbervie

Recommendation for someone to clean gutters, and washing the outside of the house.thanks

5 hours ago

Have you seen Amanda Semb?

Denise Piper Reporter from Whangarei Leader

Northland police are appealing to the public to help find Amanda Semb, who was reported missing on 12 October.
The 35-year-old was last seen on 8 October leaving her central Whangārei address.
Both police and Amanda's family have concerns for her welfare and need to locate her to make sure she is safe.
Amanda has blonde hair, is around 160cm tall and of medium build.
Police are urging people who see Amanda to call them immediately on 111.
Or, if you have information on Amanda's whereabouts, you can call 105 and quote the file number 201012/3587.
(Photo from Northland Police Facebook).