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  • Issue 1406 - 22 October 2021
    In this issue:
    - Busy day for Vaccination Van
    - Dark times continue for hospitality
    - Covid-19 detected in Beachlands wastewater
    - Local board member resigns
    - Hunua bird rescue centre established to help native birds
    - Council to consult on coastal inundation
    - NZ Sport Fishing Council rejects Government's plan to restore Hauraki Gulf
    - Support Local feature
  • Issue 1405 - 15 October 2021
    In this issue:
    - Fabulous Fairlane - meet Beachlands' striped socialite
    - Hopes raised in wake of ferry announcement
    - Logging operation stalls while road safety assessed
    - AT reviews speed limits
    - Home and Lifestyle feature
    - Howick College girls 1st XI hockey finishes season at top of table
    - CAB closes Beachlands satellite office
    - Coastal pest group awarded funding
  • Issue 1404 - 8 October 2021
    In this issue:
    - PC Times Ag Day Photo Competition results and photos
    - Brookby Quarry applies for increase in Saturday truck movements
    - A letter from Beachlands Banksy
    - Covid-19 positive case visits Kawakawa Bay
    - Schools re-think Ag Day plans
  • Issue 1403 - 1 October 2021
    In this issue:
    - Coasters respond to call for vaccination
    - Metlifecare announces plans for Clevedon's retirement village
    - Good Egg award
    - How are local businesses faring?
    - Young environmental champ promotes "serotonin boost"
    - Ardmore School wins Showquest
    - Battle of Jack's Ridge returns to Whitford
  • Issue 1402 - 20 August 2021
    In this issue:
    - New tower brings light to Brookby black spot
    - Beachlands fire chief hands over the reins after 17 years on the job
    - Council offers light relief to Te Puru Park sports club users
    - Beautification Trust launches four new services to help locals
    - Seal spends lazy Sunday at Maraetai
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
  • Issue 1401 - 13 August 2021
    In this issue:
    - Clevedon residents urged to connect to water and wastewater
    - Te Puru left reeling after Council cuts funding
    - Bay farewells a community treasure
    - Local reps meet with Transport Minister
    - Beachlands Baptist Church pastor surveys new future
    - Cop Shop News
  • Issue 1400 - 6 August 2021
    In this issue:
    - Beachlands boy rows to Olympic gold
    - What projects will Council undertake in your area soon?
    - Woman dies following Maraetai crash
    - Counties Manukau Steelers train at Te Puru
    - Meet your local business people
    - Get your entry in for this year's Coastal Fun Run
  • Issue 1399 - 30 July 2021
    In this issue:
    - Government shares plans to protect Hauraki Gulf
    - No plans for EV chargers on the Coast any time soon
    - Council pulls the pin on 1080 drop in Hunua Ranges this year
    - Sports News - Maraetai swimmer sets personal best and national record at Olympics
    - Clevedon music trust grows support of top talent
    - Join the Platts-Mills Reserve preservation effort!
  • Issue 1398 - 23 July 2021
    In this issue:
    - Maraetai swimmer ready to make a splash at Tokyo Olympics
    - Work begins on extended walkway through Clevedon Showgrounds
    - Local produce acclaimed at awards
    - Star bakers raise $1k for Starship
    - Support Local feature
    - Roasted capsicum pasta recipe
    - Sports news and results
  • Issue 1397 - 16 July 2021
    In this issue:
    - Sell-out crowd attends Kaupapa game launch
    - Subdivision plans spell the end of four-legged 'neigh'bours
    - Friends of Te Wairoa planting workshop crowned a success
    - 'Pause, Breathe, Smile' programme to be introduced to local schools
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
    - Council seeks feedback on water/wastewater bylaw changes
  • Issue 1395 - 2 July 2021
    In this issue:
    - School sculpture trail a class act
    - New free health service aims to ease pressure on GPs
    - Tributes flow for beloved St John youth leader 'Nana Brown'
    - Trails committee submits pathway petition to board
    - Chess fans battle it out at inter-school competition
    - Meet the winners of Franklin Vets 'Biggest Loser' competition
  • Issue 1396 - 9 July 2021
    In this issue:
    - Mana Whio costume places at Wearable Arts event
    - Council undertakes erosion measures at Kawakawa Bay
    - Sale of Clevedon land will fund further community service
    - 600 meals to fill bellies thanks to quiz night
    - Local Labour MP's bill passes third reading in parliament
    - Cop Shop news
  • Issue 1394 - 25 June 2021
    In this issue:
    - Notorious corner claims six cars in three weeks
    - Local volunteers celebrated as National Volunteer Week ends
    - Hot new look for Beachlands fire station
    - Support Local feature - win a $4k diamond tennis bracelet with Paul Taylor Jeweller!
    - Discarded fish frames litter local beach
    - Families join planting day
    - Local actor heads Into the Woods
  • Issue 1393 - 18 June 2021
    In this issue:
    - Coast residents pack hall to support community lunch fundraiser
    - Council moves to sell local reserves
    - Student's idea sets wheels in motion for new bike park
    - Papakura Stream restoration project launch a sweet success
    - Government pulls the pin on Mill Road expansion
    - High school petition reaches parliament
    - Whitford Pony Club hosts dressage/showjumping event
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
    - Retirement feature
  • Issue 1392 - 11 June 2021
    In this issue:
    - Catch of the Week photo competition winner
    - Fitzpatrick Road needs right turn lane, says resident
    - Cop Shop News
    - Whitford resident wins Targa Rally
    - Retirement feature
    - Coast & Country Property Guide
  • Issue 1391 - 4 June 2021
    In this issue:
    - Travel bubbles are opening - is it time to dust off your passport?
    - Gemma Malins "devastated" to learn last cancer treatment option has failed
    - Bridal gowns dusted off for sold-out show
    - Auckland Council adopts revised 10-year 'recovery' budget
    - Planting day at Platts Mills Reserve
    - Safe winter motoring feature
    - Stress? Or Burnout? Read our mental health feature
  • Issue 1390 - 28 May 2021
    In this issue:
    - Warbirds commemorate D-Day with public show
    - High school petition heads to parliament
    - Education programme propels youth to corporate careers
    - Council shines further light on Pine Harbour walkway connection
    - Support Local feature
    - Boating feature
  • Issue 1389 - 21 May 2021
    In this issue:
    - Coast farewells community champion
    - Beachlands-Pine Harbour pedestrian link: council finds application incomplete
    - Council prosecutes Beachlands property owner
    - Dams remain thirsty but water worries ease
    - Parks' native trees lose battle to drought and fires
    - Maraetai Anglican church marks the end of an era
    - Nursery continues to support community planting projects
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
    - Sports results
  • Issue 1388 - 14 May 2021
    In this issue:
    - Development threatens pedestrian link to marina
    - School family comes up with a Sharp way to improve road safety
    - Maraetai studio celebrates a decade of dance
    - Olivia Shaves for a Cure
    - CanTeen families create special memories at CanFish event
  • Issue 1387 - 7 May 2021
    In this issue:
    - Community steps up to help young woman's fight
    - Bay retirement village stalls
    - Locals face log wait for new bus and road link to Pine Harbour
    - Cop Shop News
    - Meet your local business people
    - School students put environment a-head of fast fashion
    - Mother's Day feature: WIN a box of artisan chocolates
    - Royals grace Whitford gardens with their presence
  • Issue 1386 - 30 April 2021
    In this issue:
    - Oarsome effort by Beachlands' Olympic hopeful
    - Locals gather to remember fallen Anzacs
    - Taekwon-do club members excel at regional champs
    - Kawakawa Bay-Orere Youth Group embark on island adventure
    - Celebrate Mothers' Day with high tea
    - CAB Words of Advice - getting your tax right
    - Cat of the Month - can you give Lottie a home?
  • Issue 1385 - 23 April 2021
    In this issue:
    - Kawakawa Bay fire station gets an upgrade
    - Local board pleas for greater share of roading dollars
    - Maraetai resident recovers health, one step at a time
    - Good Egg of the Month
    - 'Sun's out, guns out' at Whitford Tennis Club tournament
    - Clevedon students celebrate House Spirit Day
    - Support Local feature
  • Issue 1384 - 16 April 2021
    In this issue:
    - Ardmore trainer enters history books
    - Armed police called to Pohutukawa Coast
    - Anzac Day services return to Beachlands
    - Trust keen to provide a helping hand
    - Event offers residents a chance to dust off wedding dresses
    - Crime Watch seeks new volunteers
    - Rydges Formosa welcomes community with housewarming party
    - Health & Lifestyle feature
  • Issue 1383 - 9 April 2021
    In this issue:
    - Associate minister of education visits the Coast
    - Brookby resident's career trajectory knows no bounds
    - New GP for Beachlands
    - Transport and roads are a hot topic - so have your say!
    - Learning through art: school focuses on key life skills
  • Issue 1382 - 2 April 2021
    In this issue:
    - Club re-'manes' in good shape after open day
    - Thieves steal Clevedon Show trailer
    - North Island secondary schools head to Orere for MTB champs
    - New constable joins the Pohutukawa Coast beat
    - Local foodbanks report increase in demand for services
    - Meet your local business people
    - Literacy Trust seeks volunteers
    - Musicians to raise the roof on historic Ardmore church
    - Urban East feature
  • Issue 1381 - 26 March 2021
    In this issue:
    - Spills, thrills and King of the Hills at trolley derby
    - Plant fair raises funds for Ayrlies
    - Fire destroys acres of planting at Duders Regional Park
    - Is your pet overweight? Sign it up for the Biggest Loser programme!
    - House & Garden feature
    - Easter colouring competition
    - Quarry offers hydrant to brigade
    - School goes the extra mile to connect with community during lockdown

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