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Local students scoop second-place at national Showquest

Waimea College has been awarded second-place in the inaugural Showquest national final, New Zealand’s new music, dance and drama showcase for schools. The online judging took place over the week from September 17 and event judge and renowned kiwi singer, Jackie...

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Neighbours dine for Hospice

They’re a social lot, the residents of Richmond’s Barrington Place, and for nearly two decades they’ve ensured one of their annual gatherings benefits the Nelson Tasman Hospice. Long-time resident Barbara James initiated annual street dinners with a pot-luck theme and...

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“You might notice I stutter”

Wikipedia says Stuttering is a speech disorder characterized by repetition of sounds, syllables, or words; prolongation of sounds; and interruptions in speech known as blocks. Hello, my name is Stanley Page-Bates. With International Stuttering Awareness Day on October...

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Community fruit and vege stall set up

Seeing good food go to waste is a scourge for plenty of households and Richmond woman Kate Westrupp decided to do something about it. Last week, Kate established the area’s first community fruit and vege stand on the corner of Churchill Ave and Polglase St in...

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