50 days ago

Shot police dog still recovering, may not return to work

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

A police dog who was shot in the jaw at Tangowahine on December 1 is still recovering, three months on from the incident. The dog suffered critical injuries and, while he has been allowed to return home to his handler, no decision has been made about his work future. Meanwhile the 30-year-old farmer, who was shot three times by police during the incident, has pleaded not-guilty to all charges.

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More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Ryman: Your new way of living

Ryman Healthcare Limited

Your retirement should be stress-free and full of adventure. Life in a Ryman village can open the door to endless opportunities.

Moving to a village doesn’t mean giving up your treasures or your sense of style. Whether you choose independent living or a serviced apartment, you can make space your own. You’ll benefit from a supportive community, as well as organised activities, outings and fabulous amenities to keep you entertained. If your needs change, our villages offer comprehensive care options.

Experience the Ryman difference—you’ll be surprised at how fun, easy and relaxed the lifestyle is.
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1 day ago

Do you know how the proposed rates changes will impact you?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Farmers have been shocked to find the Far North District Council's proposed 'Fairer and Simpler Rates' system will see their rates increase by as much as $10,000 or 30 per cent in a year. A raft of changes to the way rates are calculated have been put forward by the council, with mayor John Carter saying some ratepayers will pay more while others will pay less. Do you know how the changes could impact you? Do you support the changes?

4 days ago

Art Exhibition in aid of the Cancer Society

Judi from Kerikeri District

An exhibition and silent auction of Valerie's paintings and artifacts. ALL PROCEEDS TO THE CANCER SOCIETY.
See poster for details of times etc. The opening night charge of $20 includes a drink and nibbles and a talk by Valerie on her journey around The Pacific with her doctor husband.

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