The latest batch of community-sponsored seats have been installed at Tamahere Park thanks to Tamahere Lions and the Waikato District CouncilRead more
Consultation on proposals to provide shade at the Tamahere Park playground have gone online here after this Thursday’s meeting was cancelled under covid lockdown.Read more
Could the Tamahere Park children’s playground be cast into the shade?
Update: consultation now onlineRead more
A discussion on dogs and the rules governing them has revealed some dog owners are not familiar with the current, district-wide dog control policy.Read more
Complaints about dogs running free on Tamahere Park have arisen just as the policy on dog control district-wide comes up for review.Read more
On a recent Sunday morning local man Stuart Doran found himself filling up a bag with rubbish at Tamahere Park and wondering why.Read more
Tamahere Park should have a cheery showing of daffodils this spring after a community planting effort today.Read more
A monthly, early evening food market is the latest addition to activities at Tamahere Park’s piazza.
The first market featuring cooked and fresh food from food trucks and stalls will be on Thursday, February 18, from 3-7pm.Read more
More sponsors are sought to join generous locals providing seats at Tamahere Park.
Some Tamahere family names already grace park furniture in the piazza by the Tamahere shops and playground.Read more
Seats have started to arrive in Tamahere Park, including some with the distinctive sculptural style of renowned local artist Marti Wong.
So far, in and around the playground on Wiremu Tamehana Dr and adjacent piazza, are five of Wong’s unique seats, three benches and two oversize wooden seats, reports a delighted Tamahere councillor Aksel Bech.
Also in construction are three water fountains, including one with a dog bowl, which are supported by Newstead Vets.Read more