Six60 Grass Roots Success
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SIX60 serenaded by the island schools, explored what Aotea has to offer and put on an epic show. Last weekend Aotea hosted the last stop of the Six60 Grass Roots Tour at the Barrier Social Club. The band arrived on … Read More

 MPI Tone Deaf and Out of Touch
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Editorial by Tim Higham The issuing of permits by Biosecurity New Zealand to allow commercial fishing boats to set crayfish pots in the western harbours subject to a Controlled Area Notice (CAN) felt like slap in the face to those … Read More

Managing Food Waste on Aotea
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Anamata share creative ways to deal with your food waste on Aotea Instead of kerbside collection of food waste, on Aotea we are encouraged and supported to find alternative solutions with a better outcome. Our community is a creative one … Read More

Orama Launches Marine Adventure Centre
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Orama are excited to announce the Orama Marine Adventure Centre! OMAC for short. With the changing tides of activities here, OMAC has been developed in response to the amazing opportunity that remains right here for young people to flourish. OMAC will be an … Read More

Pāteke and Mallard Ducks
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Department of Conservation share information about the impact of Mallard Ducks on the native Pāteke, and how to tell them apart. Pāteke are popular neighbours for many Aotea residents. These cute, feisty ducks are part of our local landscape. However, … Read More

Aurora Australis lights up Aotea
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On Saturday 11 May we experienced a solar storm that was one of the strongest geomagnetic storms experienced in any of our lifetimes. A massive (over 16 times the size of earth) solar flare caused the strong solar wind. This … Read More

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