Kia ora e te whānau. Well, it’s the time of year where you mow the grass, turn your back for a minute and it shoots up so you have to mow it again. On the other hand veges are coming up nicely in the garden too.
In case you missed it, there was a General Election. We have a new MP in this area: Terisa Ngobi, for Labour.
Read on in this newsletter for details of the Waikawa Beach Summer Activities, open to all at the beach.
Beware burglars: there have been more reports of thefts and burglaries from this area. Talk to your neighbours and keep an eye out for suspicious activity. Lock up your stuff. If you have concerns call the Police.
Handy phrase for the month: Kua tae mai ngā kūaka. (The godwits have arrived.)
Important note: Village entrance tree removal, 23 and 24 November 2020 may cause delays, so leave extra time for your travel.
In this newsletter:
- Summer activities
- Recycling station
- Toilet block on hold
- Brief news
- WBRA Subscriptions are due now