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Nearly 500,000 visitors to Coromandel last summer | Scoop News – Scoop.co.nz (press release)

Nearly 500,000 visitors to Coromandel last summer | Scoop NewsScoop.co.nz (press release)Nearly half a million people visited the Coromandel over the last Christmas-New Years period, according to our latest peak population study.and more » Source: Whangamata News

Smugshot: Readers' travel photos of the week – Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzSmugshot: Readers' travel photos of the weekStuff.co.nzMy sister, Caitlin, and I spent a lot of time in Whangamata as children, spending our summers with our grandparents who lived there for 13 years. Caitlin moved away to England, and my grandparents have sadly passed away since. So when she came back …Continue Reading…

SunLive – Lifeguards' hard work recognised – The Bay's News First – SunLive

SunLiveSunLive – Lifeguards' hard work recognised – The Bay's News FirstSunLiveSurf lifeguards across Gisborne, the Bay of Plenty and Coromandel are set to make a splash into the spotlight for the Zespri awards of excellence next month.and more » Source: Whangamata News

Lifeguards' hard work recognised – SunLive

SunLiveLifeguards' hard work recognisedSunLiveThe clubs will include: Trust Waikato Hot Water Beach, Trust Waikato Tairua, Trust Waikato Pauanui, Trust Waikato Onemana, Trust Waikato Whangamata, Trust Waikato Whiritoa, Trust Waikato Waihi Beach, Mount Maunganui, Omanu, Papamoa, Maketu, …and more » Source: Whangamata News

Land owners object to Hikuai cycleway being built on flood plane – Waikato Times

Waikato TimesLand owners object to Hikuai cycleway being built on flood planeWaikato TimesTCDC Tairua-Pauanui and Whangamata area manager Garry Towler believes a solution will be reached. TERESA RAMSEY/FAIRFAX NZ. TCDC Tairua-Pauanui and Whangamata area manager Garry Towler believes a solution will be reached. There were … Source: Whangamata News

Proposed resource consent for Williamson Park, Whangamata … – Scoop.co.nz (press release)

Proposed resource consent for Williamson Park, Whangamata …Scoop.co.nz (press release)We value your input on how we are looking to secure a resource consent for a period of 15 years to protect the existing traditional events held at Williamson Park …and more » Source: Whangamata News

Proposed resource consent for Williamson Park, Whangamata – Scoop.co.nz (press release)

Proposed resource consent for Williamson Park, WhangamataScoop.co.nz (press release)Already with the Whangamata Summer Festival and Brits at the Beach, 13 day events and 5 night events are taking place at Williamson Park, and will be included in the new consent. This allows for 7 new daytime events and 5 newContinue Reading…

Hauraki Coromandel Business Awards now open for entries – Waikato Times

Hauraki Coromandel Business Awards now open for entriesWaikato TimesEntries opened on Thursday, June 15, and there will be a series of workshops, one in Whitianga on Thursday, June 29 and Paeroa, Thames, Whangamata and Coromandel Town on Tuesday, July 4. Entries for People's Choice award closes on Monday, July … Source:Continue Reading…

SunLive – Parihaka piece wins stage challenge – The Bay's News First – SunLive

SunLiveSunLive – Parihaka piece wins stage challenge – The Bay's News FirstSunLiveWhangamata Area School took out first place in the Raw Division of this year's Stage Challenge on Friday night, with their performance, Justice for Parihaka.and more » Source: Whangamata News

Parihaka piece wins stage challenge – SunLive

SunLiveParihaka piece wins stage challengeSunLiveWhangamata Area School took out first place in the Raw Division of this year's Stage Challenge on Friday night, with their performance, Justice for Parihaka. Raw is Stage Challenge's secondary school division, in which the focus is on stripping back …and more » Source: Whangamata News

Resource consent process to begin for events held at Williamson Park – Voxy

Resource consent process to begin for events held at Williamson ParkVoxyThe process to apply for a proposed 15-year resource consent, to cover all events catering for 500 people or more at Whangamata's signature Williamson Park, has been supported by the Whangamata Community Board at its special meeting yesterday. Source: WhangamataContinue Reading…

Riders damage Whangamata cemetery grounds – Waikato Times

Waikato TimesRiders damage Whangamata cemetery groundsWaikato TimesGrassy areas within the cemetery grounds at Whangamata have been damaged by what appears to be either motorbikes or small quad bikes that have been able to fit through the barriers at the gates. Track marks have rutted out the sections of the grass …WhangamataContinue Reading…