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Schools reassuring parents after reports of students being spoken to by strangers Schools reassuring parents after reports of students being spoken to by strangers

Wakaaranga Primary School and Farm Cove Intermediate have sent out messages today to reassure parents following reports of students being spoken to by strangers in Farm Cove this week.

Marilyn home for ChristmasFriday, 09 December 2016
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A stolen statue has been returned to its Farm Cove owner.


Rugby club kids get on board with new road campaignThursday, 08 December 2016
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Kids from the Pakuranga United Rugby Club are asking motorists to drive slower as part of the new "Love being a Local" campaign.


Girl approached by stranger in Farm Cove - police reportThursday, 08 December 2016
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Police are investigating a report of a young school girl being approached by a stranger in Farm Cove yesterday morning.


Four service stations in Pakuranga robbed in four daysThursday, 08 December 2016
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Four service stations have been robbed in Pakuranga in four days – three on Pakuranga Road and one on Reeves Road – with cigarettes and money the target.


Sports News

Agnew: Parker must fight smartFriday, 09 December 2016
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If Joseph Parker is to become the first New Zealand-born fighter to win a world professional heavyweight crown at Auckland’s Vector Arena on Saturday night he will need to box smart.


Ryan Fox finishes 9thFriday, 09 December 2016
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Beachlands golfer Ryan Fox is generally pleased with his performance at the Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines on the Gold Coast but acknowledges his putting let him down.


Successful season for Howick College sevensFriday, 09 December 2016
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The Howick College open girls sevens team finished fifth at the 2016 Condor Sevens tournament at the weekend – capping off a successful season for sevens rugby at the school.


Arts & Entertainment

Theatre Preview: Cynthia Fortitude meets Rugby World CupThursday, 01 December 2016
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If laughing till your cheeks hurt is how you like your musical theatre, you won’t want to miss Cynthia Fortitude’s Farewell – Her Second coming up this December.


Theatre Review: Now that’s a plot!Thursday, 24 November 2016
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The stage is set in Post War Britain. Mrs Wilberforce, a sweet little old lady, has a spare room to rent. She innocently welcomes Professor Marcus, a charming gentlemen and supposed classical ...


The goddess of war comes to life on school stageThursday, 17 November 2016
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Legend goes that Nafanua is the mythical goddess of war in Samoa. As a goddess of war, it was her responsibility to protect her family and save her village from enemies.


Lifestyle & Leisure

A picture of diversityThursday, 01 December 2016
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The weather was kind, the entertainment exciting and food delicious. Baverstock Oaks School which has students from 57 different nationalities and is often referred to as the ‘new New Ze...


Weather no problem for gala day Thursday, 24 November 2016
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Over 2000 brave souls attended the Pigeon Mountain Primary School’s Christmas Carnival despite the weather. The odd shower didn’t put anyone off having fun!


100 couples renew their marriage vowsWednesday, 16 November 2016
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Creating a flutter of excitement at the Cherry Blossom Festival hosted at the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple at Flat Bush were Tommy Huang and Ika Tseng.