Issue September 2015

Minimising Democracy

Trying to write an editorial on democracy in a non-partisan way is fraught with difficulties. But the slow quiet erosion of the principles of...

Te Horo Talk, September 2015

Winning music and readers at Te Horo School Te Horo School won the senior category of the recent Kapiti Coast District Libraries Mastermind Competition. The winning...

Otaki River walkover 18 September

The Annual Otaki River Walkover conducted by Greater Wellington Regional Council Flood Protection Team in association with Friends of the Otaki River is to...

Befriending Mahara Gallery

Have you visited Mahara Gallery recently? Have you walked past and wondered vaguely what Mahara Gallery is all about? Do you know that Mahara Gallery...

Penny’s Piece, September 2015: Climate Change

I’ve noticed that every time it rains now people start wondering ‘when will it stop?’, and will there be more flooding. And I’ve noticed...

Motivating Kids

How do you encourage children to write stories— sit them down with Oscar Kightley for a couple of hours and you would be amazed at...

Ranking the Marketing Media

Part of our role as Real Estate consultants is to advise on the appropriate mix of marketing media to promote a Sellers property. This...

Daryl McLaren Retires

After 45 years working in the legal world, Otaki’s Daryl McLaren is retiring from his law office in Main Street in mid-September to spend more time writing poetry and working in his garden. He has a two hectare block in Taylors Road which he has been developing over the last few years, planting it in natives.

Susie Mills Law in Otaki

Shortly, McLarens Law Offices will re-open under the Susie Mills Law banner. This is the lawyer who has a splendid new office in Aputa...

Ocean View Newsletter September 2015

From a Care Givers perspective Aged Care Facilities can conjure up a degree of emotions for people. Bare with me for a moment, as I...

Hear Andrew Little, September 11th

Hear Andrew Little talk about equal pay and social justice and its relevance today. Friday 11 September at 6:30pm Otaki College Hall, Mill Road, Otaki

Rod Oram to speak in Otaki, 27 & 28 October 2015

Rod Oram to speak in Otaki Noted economist and clean technology advocate, Rod Oram will speak in Otaki   on 27 & 28 October. Otaki College...

Cancer Support

Anyone affected by cancer, whether they are the patient or support person is welcome to come to our Support Group Meeting, held on 3rd...

Working from Home?

Want more Space or a bit of Company? Then join us at the Clean Technology Centre. We have shared office space, meeting areas and light industrial space for growing companies, and not just for those in clean technology.