Previous and Current Issues

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  • Kia ora koutou! Greetings everyone!
    Our lead story this week is about the Community Board by-election. There’s also 2 columns of Short ’n’ Sweet with some interesting news snippets.
    Posted: Monday 10 May 2021
  • Kia ora koutou! Greetings everyone!
    This is our JUMBO ISSUE! Our lead story is about the Covid vaccine rollout. There’s also an article about the Tairua Focus Club and s Short ’n’ Sweet column with a few news points too. Our puzzle page will keep you occupied for a wee while, and the recipe this time is a great one for kids.
    If you have contributions for the next JUMBO issue, please email them by Friday 28th May, 5pm.
    Posted: Monday 3 May 2021
  • Our lead story this week is about New Zealand Archaeology Week, and some of the events surrounding this.
    The next issue is our JUMBO ISSUE. If you have contributions, please email them by Friday 30th April, 5pm.
    Posted: Tuesday 27 April 2021
  • Happy Holidays to all our school families!
    This week we lead with the plans for ANZAC Day commemorations. There’s also an advertorial about PowerCo's intentions for the Coromandel Peninsula. Short ’n’ Sweet mentions an art exhibition and concert on in Tairua this week, and Pauanui’s Brett Marshall’s book reprint - copies available for purchase.
    Posted: Monday 19 April 2021
  • This week’s Advertiser has an article about Tairua Information Centre’s 40th anniversary celebrations, and an advertorial about the fibre roll out in our towns.
    Posted: Monday 12 April 2021
  • Hoping that your Easter long weekend was an enjoyable one! We seemed to have a lot of visitors in our towns, which was nice to see.
    Here’s our Jumbo Issue for April. Some interesting bits of news from our local constabulary, Pauanui Information Centre and our helicopter rescue service.
    Please find the ad. for the public forums about the tsunami siren disconnections, and attend if you are concerned.
    Posted: Tuesday 6 April 2021