A bio-control pest programme – using natural predators – is being launched in Tamahere with an introductory public talk by experts in the field on Tuesday (March 30) evening.Read more
A physiotherapy centre is the latest service coming to the Tamahere Village.
In addition, Mr Peter Black of Anglesea Clinic Orthopaedics will be relocating his practice to the village.Read more
St Stephen’s Church is hosting a second hikoi – a journey through some of the region’s history led by “tour guide” extraordinaire, Archbishop Sir David Moxon.Read more
Fancy making a native seed bomb, learning the fine art of plant propagation or understand how to prune a tree with an eye to its future?
The Sculpture Park at Waitakaruru is offering workshops by experts on all those topics and more over Easter in its Seeds of Renewal event – all for the normal park entry price.Read more
Rubbish bags dumped on the roadside, a bowled road sign, a threatening dog, a broken path – who are you going to call if these or other issues occur in the neighbourhood?
One of the first and easiest actions is to file an online request with the Waikato District Council.Read more
Tamahere’s long awaited new cafe in the central shopping hub opens this Thursday, (March 18).
Forever Bound Cafe, on the corner of Devine Rd and Wiremu Tamihana Dr, is launching with a grand opening for community membersRead more
Tamahere is to join the electric vehicle (EV) revolution with installation of a public, 50kW DC, fast EV charger at the village centre.
The arrival of the ChargeNet rapid charger will make Tamahere part of a growing nationwide network fast closing on the goal of a charger every 75km along New Zealand’s main state highways.Read more
We can all make personal efforts to lessen our impact on Aotearoa-New Zealand and the planet but a more effective way – like our action on Covid-19 – will be as a team of five million.
One of the most important teamwork opportunities is presented by the Climate Change Commission/He Pou a Rangi, which recently released its draft advice to Government on the steps Aotearoa must take to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change.
Public consultation on the draft advice runs until March 28, 2021 and can be as easy as filling out a survey here.Read more
Tamahere woman Bev Bevan has brought to life an adventure half a century old – her brave and unique experience of living among and teaching Inuit in the remote Eastern Arctic of Canada.Read more
Construction of an underpass of State Highway 21 / Airport Road in Tamahere will begin in March.<.strong>
The underpass will provide a safe connection under SH21, not only for Tamahere residents but for the thousands of walkers and cyclists who are expected to use Te Awa River Ride each month.Read more