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Ocean View Residential Care resident well aware of what’s happening with Covid-19 and taking it in their stride. READ MORE

Supermarket demand easing but sometimes temporary limits on the number of items customers can purchase. READ MORE

Faith Fresh Milk at Te Horo is a popular “essential service” recently averaging sales of 350 litres a day. READ MORE

Te Wānanga o Raukawa puts courses online and stops all non-essential services and teaching that could be online. READ MORE

 

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We’ll get through this together

By IAN CARSON Editor
POSTED: 2 APRIL 2020

The unknown can be scary, but remarkably positive things are coming out getting through something together. READ MORE.

Preserve peace, war veteran urges

Chris King a veteran of the Arctic convoys in the Second World War spoke about memories at the Ōtaki College annual commemoration of the sinking of SS Otaki in 1917. READ MORE.

 

The gardener who braved the Arctic

Ian Carson talks about his father's involvement in a piece of history.

On the occasion of Ōtaki College's commemoration of the World War 2 Arctic Convoys, at the annual SS Otaki commemoration, Ōtaki Today editor Ian Carson reprints his 2016 article in the Ōtaki Historical Journal. READ MORE.

 

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Ōtaki College Roll

A call-out by Ōtaki Today to discover which former students and staff have died in the past 60 years has revealed a list. READ MORE.

 

 

 

 

 

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Home page stories from March 2020

Ngāti Raukawa seeks “fulsome reparation” in Waitangi Tribunal hearing that began this month in Feilding. READ MORE

A timely omen of things to come on climate change, at the Takutai Kāpiti summit, organised by KCDC. READ MORE

A slice of an authentic Italian pizzeria experience is set to open on the site of the former Traffic Cafe. READ MORE

A new Saturday market and development on the old Caltex site can attract visitors and 'be good for the town'. READ MORE

 

Home page stories from February 2020

Need some funding for a big arts idea? Kāpiti Coast District Council might be able help fund it. READ MORE

A celebration. Wehi and Hira Royal were married by Rev Paul Temuera in 1950 at the Raukawa whare nui. READ MORE

Opened for business on January 21, fresh from the farm A2 milk is racing out the door at Te Horo. READ MORE

Elevate Otaki shares a vision and is gearing up social media to celebrate what Ōtaki stands for. READ MORE

 

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