How long does it take to flip a tractor tyre the 4.5 kilometres from the Main Highway to the beach? If you were Ngawira...
Time for some potted colour.
Two favourite shrubs to delight you in winter are available this month which the birds and bees love Dichroa – The Evergreen Hydrangea with its...
Garlic is a satisfying and surprisingly easy-to-grow bulb, and is traditionally planted on the shortest day, and harvested on the longest. After buying your seed...
Prior to settlement along the Kapiti Coast the coastal sand dune system extended from Paekakariki in the south to beyond Foxton in the north....
Thumbs up, Thumbs down
- Kapiti Council for the bbq table/seats in the skate park
- All our volunteers
- Emergency services during the recent flood event
- Otaki College students who graduated from the CACTUS course
- New World for supplying breakfast to the CACTUS kids
- Joseph from Body and Soul for a free month’s membership in July for CACTUS kids and their parents
- Errol Maffey for filming the CACTUS kids
- Terry Moore and the Otaki Police for the CACTUS kids initiative
- Atea and Ngawira, flipping for Rena to raise funds for her treatment
- The rubbish dumpers at Te Rito School recycling bins thereby negating the value of teaching the kids the value of recycling
- The sightseekers after the flooding who invaded Atkinson Ave, leaving wheel ruts in the verge
- Fonterra & supermarkets — why does milk have to cost so much?
Kia ora from the Otaki Public Library – Te Wharepukapuka o Otaki The World at My Feet By Tom Denniss In 2013, Australian Tom Denniss became the...
Business, industry & farming
Don’t forget your Phone Filters This used to be the first question that Internet providers asked when a customer reported an internet issue. Now it...
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...
Richard Orzecki Former Otaki community board member. He has also been an active member on the MidCentral District Health Board. Peter Thorpe Our condolences go to Ann...