Editor Ilona Hanne reviews New Plymouth Operatic's Wicked.
People are welcome to pop-in any week.
The young councillors asked elected members to consider youth needs in the Long Term Plan.
CEO says asbestos and other issues mean moving is more economical than renovating
Two out of the four main projects got the thumbs up from elected members.
The decision has been made the same day as the Government deadline for councils to decide
The meeting took place on the very day of the deadline set by central government.
As well as the breakfast there will be delicious treats on sale throughout the day.
The event was the second in a series of three.
Over 70 women attended the morning event.
Ilona Hanne says the gold coins her son puts into claw machines are money well spent.
The profoundly deaf woman would like more people to try learning a few basic signs.
Tane says nothing beats experiencing university life firsthand.
The building was formally opened on Saturday.
The lack of an establishment of a Māori ward in Stratford came under fire at the meeting.
Who should pay for water and for economic development were hot topics at the meeting
Big turnout for services held in Stratford and Eltham to mark Anzac Day.
This year, they will be wearing their medals with pride on Anzac Day.
Philippa Cameron gives readers a tempting taste of life on an Otago high country station.
There will be plenty to do on the day.
Potential introduction of a targeted rate for economic development features in the LTP.
The club is 50 years young, and still going strong.
This year the school welcomed a larger intake of Year 9s than it has in previous years.
Stratford District Council's LTP draft proposes the introduction of water meters
Through the Decades is an absolute celebration of all that is great about live theatre.
The South African performer went from busking to the international stage.
Councillors are hoping to get plenty of reading material from the LTP consultation.
Stratford sends more waste per household to landfill than either neighbouring Council does
Do you support the council spending $3.2 million on a new residential subdivision?
The donation means everything inside the new station is brand new.
Damian and Jane Roper add Ōhuarai pā i te kohu
Feedback is being sought on a range of ideas including water meters and targeted rates.
The heart was gifted to the Muslim community after the attack.
The mayor and three other councillors were outvoted on the subject.
Blackberry is looking for a place to call home.
Work is expected to begin on the site within the next fortnight.
In return for bed, water and the occasional breakfast, the cats will keep rodents at bay.