Recycling right is not easy. For a start you need super hero vision to read those squidgy recycling numbers on the bottom of plastic packaging.Read more
The St Stephen’s Tamahere church hall is filled to the rafters with unique handmade decorations and gifts for the annual Christmas Festival.
This year the shop and cafe in the Tamahere Drive hall will open for the first time on Thursday, December 3 from 6.30pm.Read more
A new public artwork has been going up in Tamahere in recent days – on the Chorus cabinet on the corner of Airport Rd and Tamahere Drive.
It’s the work of one-time local Amanda Herbert.Read more
For years the NZ Transport Agency turned a deaf ear to repeated pleas from Tamahere locals for a cut in speed on Airport Rd/SH 21 where local traffic is busiest.
Or so thought Tamahere people frustrated that NZTA wasn’t taking its own advice on safe speeds in an increasingly built up area.Read more
The Tamahere Market is steaming back in September after a Covid-forced absence in August as organisers and stallholders adapt to the new normal.
The morning market will also a Steam Punk theme.Read more
Tamahere’s most notable historic figure, Wiremu Tamihana, left big shoes to fill as around 50 locals learnt today on a unique tour of Waikato sites significant in his life.
In what could be precedent setting tourism, the hopes, words and deeds of the remarkable 19th century rangatira were revealed as still relevant today.Read more
Tamahere Forum has been re-launched with a new, fresh look.
The community website that has been covering news and events in Tamahere for 12 years, since 2008, has undergone a makeover. How about taking a tour?Read more
It was pocket-size ANZAC dawn services in Tamahere today, and around New Zealand.
In Koppens Rd members of four bubbles gathered around a letterbox-turned-memorial to join, from afar, the national service broadcast from the Pukeahu National War Memorial in Wellington.
In Rosebanks Dr, where wreaths adorned letterboxes, a trumpeter played the Last Post.Read more
“‘Focus on the things you can control’: how to cope with radical uncertainty” – that was definitely a headline I was going to click four days into this crazy new world of Lockdown NZ.
I was rewarded with a bit of practical psychology that reinforced the conclusion I had already come to about how to cope with the “new” normal. Keep busy. Keep busy no matter what.Read more
It’s a time to reach out to fellow New Zealanders in whatever way we can and Tamahere people are doing that.
Inspirational, cheery and joke signs have sprung up around the area and Teddy bears are popping out of mailboxes and sitting in windows as locals look to lift our spirits while we all endure pandemic lockdown.Read more