Issue August 2015

Hairing it up Over the Years — Lesley Smith retires

“Hairdressing hasn’t changed, just the techniques and names” said Lesley Smith as she prepares leave her vocation after 52 years of cutting and styling...

Ōtaki Players Whistle Down Wind opens July 30th

The curtain will be up on Otaki Players latest musical production, Whistle Down the Wind, when this issue of the Otaki Mail comes out....

Congratulations to our raffle winners: Waitohu School raffle

The term of swimming lessons kindly donated by Kāpiti Coast Aquatics (Ōtaki Pool) has been won by: Christine Fearon — ticket number 16. The grocery hamper raffles were...

Colds and Flu — Myths and Reality

Here we are in the middle of what is one of the coldest winters we have had for a while. The Medical Centre is...

The Ōtaki Scholar Arrives

“I’ve been very warmly welcomed to Otaki by Ngati Raukawa and the college,” Benjamin Osugo, the 72nd Otaki Scholar said after a powhiri at...

Ōtaki Players Society Inc Extraordinary General Meeting, August 20th

Otaki Players Society Inc. Civic Theatre, Main Street Otaki EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETINGThursday August 20 at 7.30pmto formally elect officers for the 2015/16 year All welcome

Citrus trees galore!

We have an amazing variety of citrus trees 3 varieties of Lemon 2 varieties of  Grapefruit 4 varieties of  Orange 4 varieties of  Lime 5 varieties of  Mandarin 2 varieties of  Tangelos Special offer! 5 x six-pack...

Otaki Soccer Players go to Sydney

Matthew Braddock, Chris Hawley- Stone and Fergus Roy, 3 Otaki Lads, recently spent a week in the big smoke, Sydney, playing in the M...

Daffodil Day volunteers needed for 28 August

Cancer Society Volunteers wanted for Daffodil Day collection Friday 28 August marilyn@atthelegends.co.nz

Chunuk Bair Memorial Train Trip 22 August

The Passchendaele Express leaves Paekakariki 11am for Otaki.Refreshments at Otaki Station.Crosses of Remembrance display.RSA Courtesy Coach for trips to Museum, Rangiatea & RSA.Attended by...

River watchers wanted

Ōtaki and Te Horo were hard hit in the recent floods, particularly homes andrural blocks in low-lying areas near waterways. Living by a river or...