110 days ago

Who does good in your hood?

Libby Totton Reporter from South Waikato News

When it comes to good deeds, Hamish Daine certainly knows how to walk the talk, and in this case has let his money do the walking by helping school children into new shoes.

Daine, who was recently promoted to deputy mayor of the South Waikato district, said he was often looking for ways to support the Tokoroa and wider South Waikato communities and his most recent act of kindness saw him donate $1000 to help put shoes on the feet of 20 local students.

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19 hours ago

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1 day ago

Could the jury service process be improved?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Every year, thousands of New Zealanders are called up to serve as jurors in the High and District Courts, and it's an important way to contribute to your country.

But for some, jury service can be a huge disruption and a financial burden. Do you think changes could be made to our jury service system to address these challenges?

10 hours ago

Have you heard talk of the Tokoroa airfield - and other assets - being sold off?

Libby Totton Reporter from South Waikato News

Rumours the South Waikato’s council wants to sell off or close down public facilities - including libraries, pools and the Tokoroa airfield - are just rumours, according to the district’s deputy mayor.

However, deputy mayor Hamish Daine said confusion over a series of “signals” made in the council’s Long-Term Plan (LTP) consultation document had seen some locals “jumping to conclusions” about what those signals mean.