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  • Issue 1259 - 29 June 2018
    In this issue:
    - Swimmers brave chilly temperature at mid winter plunge
    - Beachlands clothes swap event seeks pre-loved fashions
    - Home off the range: Kaimanawa pony enjoys new life in Clevedon
    - Pet feature
    - Beachlands rower selected for world champs
    - Pizza and prostates draw good crowd
  • Issue 1258 - 22 June 2018
    In this issue:

    - Parties reach agreement at Clevedon Quarry mediation
    - New GP a familiar face at Kawakawa Bay
    - Te Reo classes at Te Puru receive rave reviews
    - School holiday feature
    - Beachlands clothes swap
    - Coastguard Maraetai rescues young boaties
    - Double pass giveaway to Casino Royale fundraiser
  • Issue 1257 - 15 June 2018
    In this issue:
    - Pine Harbour Marina berth holders unhappy about $70m development approval
    - Parties reach agreement on Clevedon Quarry conditions
    - Te Puru Scouts achieve Chief Scout awards
    - Hunua School earns silver enviro-award
    - First upcycle market draws crowds
    - River ramble showcases Clevedon trails potential
    - Health & Style feature
  • Issue 1256 - 8 June 2018
    In this issue:
    - pest numbers up after long hot summer
    - new road signage gets mixed reactions
    - past Clevedon School student lends Papakura High a helping hand
    - decision imminent on Pine Harbour development
    - a week in the life of a Franklin Local Board member
    - nightshade a woolly issue on our rural roads
    - young designers present ideas for the coast
  • Issue 1255 - 1 June 2018
    In this issue:

    - $180M retirement village development proposed for Beachlands
    - new flight path over Whitford from 2019
    - Te Puru's AED device saves another life
    - temporary speed reduction draws outcry from road users
    - Clevedon's own Dancing With The Stars star
    - Maraetai Beach School's Casino Royale-themed fundraiser
    - Clevedon Lions in danger of folding
  • Issue 1254 - 25 May 2018
    In this issue:

    - Donations sought for Brookby church restoration
    - Wedding tossers - Beachlands couple win a free wedding, with a catch!
    - Local graphic designer wins Plastic Free Pohutukawa Coast logo design competition
    - Downlights candle business wins plenty of fans after going viral on social media
    - Beachlands gears up for first Upcycle Market on 9 June
    - Franklin Local Board gives nod to local projects
    - Clevedon fermented foods business takes the next step with new fermentary
    - Offenders arrested in Maraetai liquor store ram raid
    - Auckland Aero Club celebrates 90 years
  • Issue 1253 - 18 May 2018
    In this issue:

    - Clevedon artist James Wright turns trash to treasure on reality TV series
    - Regional fuel tax proposal gets thumbs down from majority of Franklin residents
    - East Auckland Tourism aims to lure more visitors to Pohutukawa Coast and country
    - Maraetai Indoor Bowls Club celebrates 60 year hall occupation
    - Firefighters prepare for annual Sky Tower stair challenge this weekend
    - Retirement Feature / Health & Style Feature
  • Issue 1252 - 11 May 2018
    In this issue:
    - Clevedon wins 'most successful region' at NZ Food Awards
    - It's time to give feedback on Auckland's draft Regional Land Transport Plan - what does it mean for our area?
    - Board approves Sunkist Bay plan 'in principle'
    - East Auckland Tourism venture aims to boost visitors to our district
    - Sports news and results
    - Fabulously fit Flora turns 80!
    - Mums celebrated at St Hilda's High Tea event.
  • Issue 1251 - 4 May 2018
    In this issue:

    - Anzac Day coverage
    - Grandmother collects for Jammies In June
    - Music concert in Clevedon to raise funds for performing artists
    - Boaring end to school hols in Maraetai
    - Kauri dieback forces closure of Hunua ranges areas
  • Issue 1250
    In this issue:

    - new business aims to offer work opportunities for people with Down Syndrome
    - nearly 90 and knitting for a good cause
    - Maraetai dad and daughter take on the ocean
    - new initiative encourages Coasters to ditch plastics
    - soup, scones and salads a hit at community lunches
    - Clevedon companies voted top food producers
    - 42-lap Sladdin climb raises $2k for Starship
    - inaugural plant fair to raise funds for Ayrlies Garden
  • Issue 1249
    In this issue:
    - Clevedon to get water and wastewater services
    - Coast powerless against mother nature
    - Young athlete to climb local equivalent of Everest
    - Suspects apprehended after Maraetai mugging
    - Kawakawa Bay community health clinic signs agreement with PHO
    - Auckland Transport postpones Whitford Road chip sealing
    - Beachlands teen selected for canoe slalom world champs
    - Anzac Day service details
    - Beachlands hall kitchen and log cabin get makeovers
  • Issue 1248
    In this issue:
    - Coast puts the Fun into Fundraising
    - Collaborative effort aims to restore Waikopua Islands
    - Hunua residents push for speed limit reduction
    - Hunua school cleans up Umupuia Beach
    - NEW - Equestrian Feature
    - Board rejects funding for Clevedon multi-sport facility
    - Botany Downs College students left without bus transport
  • Issue 1247
    In this issue:
    - What storm? Maraetai almost back on its feet
    - Game Fishing Club donates to restore Camp Sladdin
    - New cycle trail to link Clevedon with Kaiaua
    - MP urges MOE to plan for secondary school
    - Win tickets to see The Supremes

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