Travel will never be the same again. It won’t because Covid has helped us find closer-to-home things to do and enjoy. And it won’t because the planet cannot sustain us if we simply go back to our old ways when we can.Read more
When do you replace a computer? What are the obvious signs to look out for? There is no simple answer, unfortunately.Read more
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. There’s a touch of tension in the air. Who is coming to the Christmas feast? Why won’t the family make up their minds?Read more
Seven Raukawa wāhine are retracing the steps of the tribe’s key ancestor for 400 km across the central North Island.
The ancestor for whom their iwi is named, Raukawa, is also central to Tamahere’s past.Read more
Tamahere School’s Vela pool will open this Saturday, November 14, and be open weekend afternoons until Sunday, December 13.Read more
Christmas is a time for giving, sharing and caring. A small, homemade gift is a great way of showing friendship is appreciated.Read more
Tamahere Lions are inviting locals to celebrate the newly created barbecue area in Tamahere Park, the club’s inaugural, large community project.
An official opening, picnic and barbecue will be held on Saturday, November 14, from 3pm.Read more
Any time is the ideal time for quick and easy meals: those meals that don’t use every pot in the cupboard; whole and healthy meals that can be cooked in an electric frypan, casserole or saucepan.Read more
Broadcaster Pam Corkery is back from Australia, in quarantine at the Jet Park Hamilton Airport Hotel … and loving every minute of it.
Corkery has a regular slot on RNZ’s First Up programme, reporting her take on things Australian but recently she reported in from Tamahere.Read more
Saturday, October 31 promises to be a family fun night in Tamahere.
Trick or treaters will be looking for a gateway sign (see here) they are welcome and St Stephen’s Church is having its annual Light Part from 5.30pm.Read more