Recently a “you wouldn’t believe it” moment happened at the Tamahere Country Club residents’ happy hour.Read more
Over the years, roasts have evolved — a plain lamb roast has morphed into a Turkish delight sprinkled with fennel, caraway and cumin seeds and basted in yoghurt.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
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
“Bring out the figgy pudding” rings the Christmas song. But what is it and how is it made?
Originating in England in the 1600s, this fruit pudding was the forerunner of the Christmas plum pudding.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
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
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