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
Tamahere Country Club resident Carol Roberts was inspired to poetry by her move to the retirement village.Read more
Recently a “you wouldn’t believe it” moment happened at the Tamahere Country Club residents’ happy hour.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
In a year that has rocked the hospitality industry nationwide, Tamahere’s Punnet Eatery has something to celebrate.
This year marks 10 years in business for the popular eatery, a feat for any business let alone one in the midst of a global pandemic.Read more
Tamahere Country Club residents Mike and Eileen Blake have been living in Tamahere’s newest retirement village (aka construction site) since before level 4 lockdown. Their first impressions ran earlier. Now Mike introduces another couple who have joined the residents’ group.Read more
The latest book by Tamahere author Nicky Webber is another true life tale that lends truth to the saying that real life can be stranger than fiction.
Duplicity, secrets of a decadent double life is based on the true-life experiences of a wealthy call-girl that Webber met when she was a magazine journalist.Read more
Last year we followed the blog of Tamahere journalist Isobel Ewing as she and brother Jack biked 2000km of the ancient Silk Rd from Samarkand, Uzbekistan to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Next month we can view the film they made of their epic trip, Doma, which will feature in Hamilton as part of the touring NZ Mountain Film Festival.Read more
Sport Waikato is offering to provide assistance to new or established sports and recreation clubs and groups in Tamahere-Matangi.Read more
Cheers! Beer o’clock. I’ll drink to that. One for the road. Happy hour. All common terms that reflect our love affair with alcohol.
So much so that New Zealanders spend more than $4 billion per year on booze and households, on average, spend the same on alcohol as on fruit and vegetables, as a new book by a Tamahere author shows.Read more