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  • Issue 1349 - 10 July 2020
    In this issue:
    - Whitford landowner heads full throttle towards 'Jack's Ridge' rally event
    - Rugby club remains in the dark about lighting improvements
    - Clevedon musician releases self-recorded album
    - Volunteer fisheries officer celebrates 51 years on the job
    - Students walk 40km for World Vision
    - Sports results
  • Issue 1348 - 3 July 2020
    In this issue:
    - Deluge delivers to dams
    - WECS seeks judicial review of Whitford Manor consent
    - Council 'spends a penny' on talkative toilets for Beachlands
    - Chorus announces plans for fast internet in Clevedon
    - Crash closes Whitford Maraetai Road
    - Cop Shop News
    - New book details petitioner's lives
    - Urban East feature
  • Issue 1347 - 26 June 2020
    In this issue:
    - Speed limit changes: coming soon to a road near you
    - Let's talk ferries: PCCA's guest editorial
    - Hunua resident stranded in Turkey during pandemic
    - Beachlands/Maraetai feature
    - Clevedon/Whitford feature
    - Cigarette thought to be cause of fire
    - Mum addresses college bus issue
    - Community planting days back on track
    - Hall repairs underway
  • Issue 1346 - 19 June 2020
    In this issue:
    - Village business owners pipe up about works
    - Man arrested after machete incident
    - Works underway to rejuvenate Formosa Golf Course
    - Offenders ditch stolen Mercedes in Whitford
    - Court declines Ahuareka's second appeal
    - 91-year-old reels in season fishing prize
    - Bill Hohepa shares fishing secrets while building family bonds
    - Health & Style feature
    - School Holidays feature
  • Issue 1345 - 12 June 2020
    In this issue:
    - Brookby Road potholes lead to 'mare for driver
    - School sets up Give-A-Little page for family affected by cancer
    - Local real estate firms optimistic as market rebounds
    - Project calls for sandwich makers
    - Fieldays pioneers a digital future
    - Safe winter motoring feature
    - Retirement feature
    - Students demonstrate sanitiser effectiveness
    - Firefighters receive extra training time for challenge
    - Safer speed limit at last for Hunua Village
    - Coast & Country Property Guide
  • Issue 1344 - 5 June 2020
    In this issue:
    - The future of Formosa: improvements and community consultation on the cards
    - Food banks issue call for donations
    - Letters - lots of them!
    - Clevedon food producers win top honours at national food and drink awards
    - International musicians take to Clevedon stage this weekend
    - Urban East feature
    - Vandals target school for third time
  • Issue 1343 - 29 May 2020
    In this issue:
    - Offenders apprehended after ram raid
    - Questions raised over Pine Harbour Marina camping charges
    - Orere Point's new playground - money well spent?
    - Sports clubs resume training
    - Cop Shop News
    - Back to Business feature - support local!
    - Boating feature
    - 'Catch of the Week' season winner announced
  • Issue 1342 - 22 May 2020
    In this issue:
    - Family adds local spin to classic favourite
    - Who is the Beachlands Banksy?
    - Advice for looking after your mental health in uncertain times
    - Tough times for local hospitality businesses
    - Owner issues warning after pet shot
    - Winter approaches but drought continues
    - 'What we did in our bubbles' - photos of our schools' whanau during lockdown
    - Back to Business feature - support local!
    - Coast & Country Property Guide
  • Coast & Country Property Guide May 2020
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  • Issue 1341 - 27 March 2020
    In this issue:
    - Covid 19: communities to the rescue! - page 7
    - Kawakawa Bay's new mascot helps owner meet community
    - Clevedon rower ends season with silver medal performance
    - House & Garden feature
    - Beachlands-Maraetai feature
    - Clevedon-Whitford feature
    - Young guns exceed expectations in sailing race
  • Issue 1340 - 20 March 2020
    In this issue:
    - Local fire crews battle Waitawa blaze
    - Covid 19 special feature - all you need to know
    - Maraetai motorists enter sticky situation
    - Letters
    - Pedestrian struck by vehicle
    - $40k raised in Leap Frog Challenge
    - Sunkist seaweed leads to stink time for local residents
    - Sunkist toilet block completed - but unable to be used
    - Health & Style feature
  • Issue 1339 - 13 March 2020
    In this issue:
    - NZ Super Fund announces Formosa purchase
    - Council says illegal freedom camping a low priority at the Bay
    - Beachlands Bells off to Hawaii for Golden Oldies Tournament
    - Ray White Beachlands wins 8th community service award
    - Development squad responsible for high numbers of young referees
    - Brookby School builds play space to put more fun into learning
    - Playcentre hosts open week
    - Warbirds opens hangar doors
    - 40 artists to perform at multi-media event
  • Issue 1338 - 6 March 2020
    In this issue:
    - 'Dad's Army' play marches director to a win
    - Covid-19 virus news sparks Countdown rush
    - Local board wants your ideas
    - Food bank seeks donations
    - Trolley derby to return in 2021
    - Former Beachlands pharmacist shares life story in self-publishsed book
    - Charity golf day returns to Formosa
    - Girl guides salute farewell to Whitford property after 55 years
    - Urban East feature
    - Busy breeding season fuels need for cat rescue donations
    - Get your motor running, and join the Pohutukawa Coast bike group!
    - Mystery Creek team dominates Clevedon polo matches
    - Recycling bins not a waste of time, says council
  • Issue 1337 - 28 February 2020
    In this issue:
    - Trail will deliver economic benefit, says board
    - Former PM Mike Moore remembered fondly by Omana neighbour
    - Firefighters cycle length of country to raise funds for 'I Am Hope'
    - Beachlands Maraetai Rugby Club wins CMRFU 'Club of the Year'
    - Beachlands-Maraetai feature
    - Clevedon-Whitford feature
    - Weddings feature
  • Issue 1336 - 21 February 2020
    In this issue:
    - Kids enjoy reel good day out at fishing comp
    - Marae urges motorists to slow down
    - Anger expressed at WECS public meeting
    - Facebook poll results shows residents still prefer rainwater
    - Bush custodians say they are leaving reserve in good hands
    - Win tickets to Howick Little Theatre's latest production
    - NZ Polo Open returns to Clevedon this weekend
    - Playing with fire: Maraetai Beach Boat Club hosts Meatstock
    - Health & Lifestye Feature
  • Issue 1335 - 14 February 2020
    In this issue:
    - Aquageddon - demand for water overwhelms water delivery companies
    - Metlifecare granted resource consent for retirement village
    - Feva yachts put wind in the sails of young Maraetai boaties
    - Stingy swimmers hit the coast
    - Community and business input sought for Hunua trail opportunities
    - Woman caught by power line
    - Worker jumps her way to win
    - Tearfund recipient shares life story at Beachlands church
    - Swimwear wanted for 'tog treasury'
  • Issue 1334 - 7 February 2020
    In this issue:
    - Sky's the limit for national scooter champ
    - Clevedon Art trail attracts record numbers
    - Flamin' hot year for Beachlands fire brigade
    - Maraetai mum-of-two wins national speed golf title
    - Clevedon Pony Club riders win silver at national dressage champs
    - Early Childhood Education feature
    - Urban East feature
    - Keas celebrate 40 years
  • Issue 1333 - 31 January 2020
    In this issue:
    - Smallest boat, youngest crew prepare for big race
    - Commuters inconvenienced by ferry cancellations
    - Night time works reduce impact on road users
    - Free advice, face-to-face, at new Coast Citizens Advice Bureau
    - Prizes awarded to high school model designers
    - Coastal crusader farewelled
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
    - Clevedon feature
    - Beachlands feature
  • Issue 1332 - 20 December 2019
    In this issue:
    - Big year ahead for Painga Project
    - Trustees resign from Beachlands Community Trust (letter)
    - Ahuareka appeal declined
    - New Riverhaven Artland offers a stroll amongst sculptures
    - Two local youth recognised at Lions 'Children of Courage' awards
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
    - PC Times Christmas Tree competition winner announced
    - Te Puru's nesting dotterel at risk from dogs and humans
    - CAB to run coast sessions
  • Issue 1331 - 13 December 2019
    In this issue:
    - Council charges Formosa over wastewater breaches
    - Clevedon resident lands contract to deal with city's food waste
    - Principal welcomes news of property funding
    - Goodbye Andrew, Hello Judith? New electoral boundaries change the landscape
    - Christmas@Sunkist photos
    - Xtreme Beauty wins business excellence award
    - Country Music Club seeks new members
    - Motoring feature
  • Issue 1318 - 13 September 2019
    In this issue:
    - Locals renew the push for a secondary school
    - Top talent at Sunday Serenade
    - Young Ardmore residents ask board for new playground
    - Havana night aims to put heat in school pool
    - Cloth nappies make a comeback at BestStart Coastal
    - School Holiday feature
    - Ag Day photo competition entries
    - Coastguard Maraetai's tips for a safe summer boating season
  • Issue 1317 - 6 September 2019
    In this issue:
    - Election special - meet your Franklin Local Board candidates
    - Auckland Transport releases road work programme for 2019/2020
    - Urban East feature - win tickets to Howick Little Theatre's latest production
    - Men's football team wins its way into next year's NRFL
    - Battle of the Bridge match roundup
    - Schools help plant church rain garden
    - Clevedon Garden Circle celebrates 60th jubilee
  • Issue 1316 - 30 August 2019
    In this issue:
    - Hunua dam levels remain low after dry July
    - School earns top marks in ERO review
    - Police respond to anti-social behaviour in Beachlands
    - Whitford residents gives rescue ponies a second lease on life
    - Wedding feature
    - Ag Day photo competition entries
    - Teen riders make their mark at showjumping series
  • Issue 1315 - 23 August 2019
    In this issue:
    - Principal raising the bar at Papakura High School
    - Ardmore author launches debut novel - be in to win a copy!
    - "Right mix of skills" within Te Puru's new board of trustees
    - Additional AED for police station
    - Community high tea raises almost $1k for hospice
    - Clevedon feature
    - PC Times Ag Day photo competition entries
    - Father's Day feature
  • Issue 1314 - 16 August 2019
    In this issue:
    - High School a hot topic at Bridge's public meeting
    - Glitz and glamour planned for Maraetai Beach School auction night
    - Weekend a busy time for burglars
    - Commissioners set to consider second fill site on Twilight Road
    - Beachlands police welcome new face to front counter duties
    - White water battles see Beachlands teen ranked in world's top 20
    - Rugby games cancelled, but the fun continues
    - New food bank service offers help to Coasters in need
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
  • Issue 1313 - 9 August 2019
    In this issue:
    - Intermediate students have wicked time at the ball
    - Watercare puts price on Clevedon water and wastewater connection
    - a day in the life of a small rural school principal - letter from Kerry Forse, Orere School prinicpal to Education Minister Chris Hipkins
    - Grants from local board boost education and health
    - Students race for finish line at cross country champs
    - Te Puru groups work towrads future
    - Bay health clinic hosts Wellness Day
  • Issue 1312 - 2 August 2019
    In this issue:
    - Sewage pipe ruptures on Okaroro Drive - again
    - Association invites input to build picture of Clevedon's identity
    - Tidy effort by local youth at beach clean-up
    - Beachlands locals give hope to neglected and abandoned dogs
    - Full house at Beachlands Medical Centre's women's health night
    - Call goes out for help to preserve reserve
    - Dancers from Coast jazzed about stage show opportunity
    - Travel feature: Spoilt for choice in Bali, and Exploring the Med like a local
    - East Auckland feature

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