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  • Issue 1293 - 22 March 2019
    In this issue:
    - First Maraetai half marathon described as "an extraordinary achievement"
    - Beachlands returns to Beachlands - the epic 18,000km journey undertaken by an inexperienced local boatie
    - Beachlands & Maraetai feature
    - Clevedon & Whitford feature including update from Watercare
    - MP attends prayer session with Muslim community
    - Beachlands teen to tackle white water in Europe following Oceania success
  • Issue 1292 - 15 March 2019
    In this issue:
    - 4 Legged competitors brave wet conditions
    - New Presbyterian church celebrates opening
    - Franklin Local Board to consult on Sunkist seawall
    - Whitford event to raise awareness of ME/CFS
    - Volunteers sought for weka count
    - Sewage main leaks on Okaroro Drive
    - Have your say on proposed dog rules
    - Lifestyle feature
  • Issue 1291 - 8 March 2019
    In this issue:
    - Weather turns it on for trolley derby
    - Council turns down plans for Clevedon's first big subdivision
    - Local GP Barry Claridge puts away the stethescope after 43 years
    - Sculpture undertakes uplifting journey across the Gulf
    - Boomer season for Kokako following pest control operation in Hunua ranges
    - Jack Lachlan footpath plans hit a roadblock
    - Coast & Country property guide
  • Issue 1290 - 1 March 2019
    In this issue:
    - Clevedon teens rides into NZ Polo Open history
    - Auckland Transport consults on proposed speed limit changes - see the full list of local roads where changes are proposed on page 9
    - Sunkist Bay seawall replacement plan meets local opposition
    - Flash new set of wheels helps volunteers keep crime at bay
    - Clevedon community farewells iconic local name
    - Cafe upcycles plastics to create ecobricks for children's playhouse
    - Touch and Tennis finals results
    - Brigade paddles home to victory in raft race
    - Urban East feature
  • Issue 1289 - 22 February 2019
    In this issue:
    - Hunua MP gets the hump on desert expedition
    - 80-year-old breathes new life into jaded jag
    - Cop Shop News
    - Beachlands-Maraetai feature
    - Clevedon feature
    - Weddings feature
    - Clevedon Jazz, Wine & Food festival returns
    - Maraetai powerlifter in fine form in lead-up to World Games
  • Issue 1288 - 15 February 2019
    In this issue:
    - Maraetai rescue impeded by beach crowds
    - Theatre director breaks a leg, but says the show must go on
    - Competitors get set for Trolley Derby
    - Freedom camping: time to have your say on freedom camping in our local hotspots
    - The 4-legged Race gives a leg-up to low decile schools and students
    - Kids off couches fishing competition results
    - Health & Style feature
  • Issue 1287 - 8 February 2019
    In this issue:
    - Beachlands Police trial new technology
    - Communities rally to help local family after devastating house fire
    - Signature Building appeals Bell Road childcare centre decision
    - Te Puru hosts Rummikub games for all to enjoy
    - Tiny jellyfish put the sting into coastal swimming
    - Kawakawa Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade Annual Raft Race - get your entries in!
    - Urban East Feature
    - Coast & Country Property Guide
  • Issue 1286 - 1 February 2019
    In this issue:
    - Hall kitchen splashback photo competition
    - Win tickets to the Land Rover NZ Polo Open!
    - Helping on holiday with Habitat for Humanity
    - Residents cover back-to-school costs for local families in need
    - Beachlands has it's own fault line!
    - Orere Community and Boating Club fishing comp - results and photos
    - Boaties encouraged to 'Take 3 for the Sea'
    - Clevedon Art Trail wrap-up
    - Pregnant women sought for clinical fish oil supplement trial
    - Education & Tuition Feature
    - Ardmore Teachers College reunion
  • Issue 1285 - 25 January 2019
    In this issue:
    - Criminal activity puts heat on fire brigade
    - Rottweiler bites man at Camp Sladdin
    - Cop Shop News
    - Ministry of Education investigates issue of students standing on buses
    - Tartan timbre: Beachlands band breaks into top 10 spot on music charts
    - Clevedon Art Trail offers chance to get hands-on this weekend
    - Beachlands teen working hard to give himself a fighting chance at Taekwon-Do worlds
    - De-cluttering craze leads to second jumble sale in Beachlands
    - Health & Style feature
  • Issue 1284 - 21 December 2018
    In this issue:
    - AT explains crash statistics
    - Council declines Bell Road childcare centre application
    - Speed limits to be reviewed
    - Can we claim to be home to Auckland's oldest volunteer?
    - Long time employee signs off at Clevedon Kidz
    - Christmas What's-On Guide
    - Tips for summer pet care
    - Laughter yoga for kindergarten parents and staff
  • Issue 1283 - 14 December 2018
    In this issue:
    - AT further delays road repairs
    - Dotterel chicks need our help
    - Christmas comes to Kawakawa Bay
    - NEW - Cop Shop News
    - Band joins choir for successful Carols on the Coast
    - New classroom space offers more modern learning approach
    - Hunua students target pests
    - Rope throw nets prizes for locals
    - Health & Style feature
    - Safe motoring feature
  • Issue 1282 - 7 December 2018
    In this issue:
    - Santa Parade photos
    - Fletcher Living asks for smaller section sizes in Beachlands
    - Cory Jane hands over $5k to Beachlands School
    - Community connects over free Christmas lunch
    - Botany bus service sees jump in patronage
    - Urban East feature
    - Fast, fun format for new Business House league at Maraetai Bowls
    - Coast & Country Property Guide
  • Issue 1281 - 30 November 2018
    In this issue:
    - Fundraiser aims to grant Ethan's wish to walk
    - Fishy guest makes surprise appearance in Clevedon
    - Dawn Service returns to Beachlands next Anzac Day
    - Community choir brings carols to the Coast
    - Footballer top contender for Sportswoman of the Year
    - Coast's kindergarten supporters enjoy colourful end to spring
    - Santa turns ethical at pop-up shop this weekend
    - Ray White shines a festive light
    - Skills and service recognised with top awards at Sea Scouts
    - Water feature
  • Issue 1280 - 23 November 2018
    In this issue:
    - Community puts heat on op shop
    - Thieves must "have rocks in their heads", say Hunua residents
    - Ferrets a pesty problem in Hunua
    - Greater numbers of inexperienced boaties heading out on the water
    - Clevedon & Whitford feature
    - Beachlands Maraetai feature
    - Christmas community event dates
  • Issue 1279 - 16 November 2018
    In this issue:
    - Maritime Police provide transport surprise for 10-year-old's hospital visit
    - Grand old dame of maritime history returns to the water
    - Celebrity chef brings fresh ideas about healthy food to Maraetai
    - Clevedon Coast Tennis Tournament a hit
    - Pohutukawa Coast foodbank street appeal this weekend
    - Ford family rachets up more than 100 years of plumbing experience
    - Preparations underway for Christmas@Sunkist
    - Health & Style feature
  • Issue 1278 - 9 November 2018
    In this issue:
    - Clevedon designer sees red and wins over judges
    - Local organisations get ready to roar for Armistice Day
    - Self-help author's words of wisdom top Amazon charts
    - Beachlands Breasties walk to raise funds for Cancer Society
    - Clevedon A&P Show Feature
  • Issue 1277 - 2 November 2018
    In this issue:
    - Haunui Waka ends Pacific journey at Umupuia
    - Bay fun run raises funds for people with mitochondrial disease
    - Footballers held back by poor facilities, says club manager
    - Brookby church restoration complete
    - Pink Ribbon appeal raises over $4k
    - Board approves community grants and prioritises road improvements
    - Papatoetoe Pony Club to host eventing champs
    - Christmas functions feature
    - Urban East feature
  • Issue 1276 - 26 October 2018
    In this issue:
    - Family organises Boxes of Love for local children
    - Auckland Council issues advice after dog death
    - Fallen soldiers remembered at Clevedon tree planting ceremony
    - Boating feature
    - Coastal camping with Claris finds favour with travellers
    - Buffalo cheese scoops Cuisine magazine award
    - Children offered positive alternatives to Halloween
    - Clevedon/Whitford feature
  • Issue 1275 - 12 October 2018
    In this issue:
    - MPI says shark bodies no-fin to worry about
    - Two dogs die from suspected 1080 poisoning
    - Bus feeder to Pine Harbour ferry still years away says AT
    - Countdown building listed for sale
    - Ngai Tai requests extension of cockle harvest ban at Umupuia
    - Truck rolls at Waikopua Road intersection
    - Health & Style feature
    - Clevedon Christmas parade to be bigger and better than ever
    - Te Puru plans renovations
  • Issue 1274 - 12 October 2018
    In this issue:
    - Auckland Transport answers questions about local repairs
    - Young environmentalist cleans up our beaches
    - Local Board approves road names
    - Girl Guides receive highest awards
    - All you need to know about the Rotary ALLFit Fun Run
    - Franklin Local Board's response to AT's comments about roading
  • Issue 1273 - 5 October 2018
    In this issue:
    - Onwards and upwards for Downlights
    - Metlifecare progresses retirement village plans behind the scenes
    - Speed and alcohol factors in Whitford crash
    - Busy month for Coastguard
    - Urban East Feature
    - Tuition and Recreation Feature
    - Local dance tutor organises workshop opportunity of a lifetime
    - Weight lifter snatches top three placing at nationals
  • Issue 1272 - 28 September 2018
    In this issue:
    - Land slip halts work at Brookby fill site
    - Scooters cruise the coast to raise funds for Blue September
    - Court says OK to 1080 drop
    - Road surface repairs draw criticism from locals
    - Beachlands/Maraetai feature
    - Clevedon/Whitford feature
    - Ag Day photos
  • Issue 1271 - 21 September 2018
    In this issue:
    - Are Coasters paying too much for their waste water?
    - Fire destroys Ardmore workshop
    - Court further delays 1080 drop
    - Maraetai Beach School production photos
    - Scouts serve up smiles at community dinners
    - Breast cancer battle inspires Pink Ribbon volunteer
    - Te Puru Gymnastics club champs
    - Health & Style feature
    - Country Living feature
  • Issue 1270 - 14 September 2018
    In this issue:
    - Auckland Transport plans to reduce speeds
    - 1080 - can we afford not to? / Court halts 1080 drop / 1080 information feature
    - Teen vandals target Beachlands
    - Cyclists fear rural roads
    - Coastguard releases new app for boaties
    - School holiday feature
    - Ag Day photo comp winners announced
    - Starship Foundation benefits from Family Fun Day
    - Good times at Te Puru's senior circuit classes

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