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Education Indoctrination At ...
An excerpt from the NZ Herald: New UE requirements • For the first time, NCEA Level 3 was required to gain UE, alongside an incr ...
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Education Indoctrination At ...
Thanks Michele for your blog. A good viewpoint however, at the time when the treaty was signed what was civilization like in this ...
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Education Indoctrination At ...
All nations have a form of "brainwashing" and "Propaganda". China's teachings have created a strong working society and they are ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Reference to G. Graham above. Lieutenant Governor Hobson in 1839 was Lieutenant Governor of New Zealand which was already under th ...
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FEARLESS! ‘Maori Are Not Ind ...
Hi, I am an ex-pat Kiwi living in Australia (22 years). My heritage is British/Scottish but I was born in NZ as were my parents an ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Have found out "Philanthropist" Gareth Morgan is advocating in his new book for an Upper House made up of half Maori and half non ...
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Current Articles


Chef’s sweet tribute to our fallen soldiers
Country Kitchen
Stevie Vegar has made quite an impact since he has taken over the kitchen at Papakura RSA’s restaurant.

The Crafty Art of Doing The Job Right
Craftsman Painters – True Professionals
Roy Reddish is a busy man, but he's happy to put down his paint brush for a while to talk about his team of craftsmen. Well, actually they're not all men, but craft is at the heart of what they do: and heart is at the centre of their business. It's why everyone in the team loves coming to work, and ...

Shaping Our Country - Part 5
Waikato Immigration Scheme: The Hayter Family and World War I.
On 28th July 1914 war broke out in Europe. By 5th August, New Zealand announced its participation in support of England, and preparations were made to send troops overseas. One hundred thousand New Zealanders were involved in a conflict that saw the sacrifice of 18,500 lives. The physical and emotio ...

Spotlight Businesses


Exceed Home Maintenance
There is no time like the present to make sure your home is comfortable, safe and secure. At Exceed we have ...
Waiuku Waste Disposal & Alan Wilson Plumbing
Alan Wilson plumbing and Waiuku Waste disposal have been in business for over 30 years in Waiuku and districts ...
Pulse Party & Event Hire
Seneca Insurance Brokers
Seneca Insurance Brokers prides itself on providing professional advice and service to our clients. Our revie ...
Alarmlock Ltd
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Governments (plural) have kept the true history of New Zealand a closely guarded secret, the biggest secrets being the following. ...
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Editors Note
It is such a breath of FRESH AIR to have a magazine that doesn't set its standard by political correctness. This country is so fo ...
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Auckland Council Mana Whenua ...
Hello Editor, Please do ignore the comments about the article from Stephen Franks regarding the unjust benefiting of the Maori par ...
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VISIONARY NZ’s PART 2, “It’s ...
Sad that Park's permanent statue was not left in Trafalgar Square. If Nelson saved the UK from Napoleon, then more than any single ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
This time it won't be Rewi's Last Stand. It will be Davy's Last Stand. One only needs to think of Ruby Ridge in America. It will ...
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Editors Note
A media opinion piece or editorial does not have to provide balance although it should allow replies. New Zealand Herald has over ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Lol at people thinking New Zealand was ever 'integrated' whatever that means?? (do we live side by side with the same opinions for ...
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Editors Note
Sir, You call for a debate on maori issues. A debate, by definition requires two points if view. Your justification of your ...
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Education Indoctrination At ...
The current "culture of education" taught and promoted within NZ continues to devalue our true Kiwi identity. This bi-cultural app ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Jim, this extract from “New Zealand in Crisis”, page 17 published by the One New Zealand Foundation Inc may clarify why New Zealan ...
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Current Articles


Rate Payer Penny Bright Takes On Goliath
Auckland Council Challenged For Transparency
'The 'Rogernomics' policies of the late 80s ruined Auckland. The mantra became public is bad, private is good' “The demise of the old local borough councils and their amalgamation into larger city councils was premised and sold to the public as a vehicle for rates reductions and better fiscal res ...

Off For The Holidays?
Check Up Before You Chill Out
Summer means kicking back in holiday mode, a break from the boss; beaches, barbecues and beer. For those with a farm or lifestyle block, however, it's not that easy to get away. There are always things that need to be done and animals needing care.

Trudy Boyce – Loving The Lifestyle...
And Helping You To Find Yours
While the rest of us are lazing by the pool, enjoying a good book or a barbecue, Trudy Boyce is hard at work helping people to find the property of their dreams.

Editors Note
The discomfort of being in the middle of a great divide
Publishing usually attracts people who want to make a difference for their country or their community. This publisher is no different.

Ted Busing – A Mayor of “naked” inspiration.
Busing Avenue
The effects of World War Two were felt in a number of ways in Papakura.

Ardmore’s tranquillity
Preparing for take-off into life
If Ardmore Aerodrome has ghosts, they are all friendly. “Aerodrome” is the best word to describe it. Not “airport.”

Julie's Pics
Happy New Year Reading
Happy New Year everybody and welcome to the first Book Reviews for 2015. This month we are taking a look at the flip-side with an interesting line-up of mind-food for your edification;

AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
What happens when race-based rule takes hold
It was a bright cold day in July, the year 2033. Winstonia Smith pulled her coat tight to escape the vile wind snaking along Queen St. The tattooed face of the president stared down from a giant billboard wrapped around the Town Hall. “Maori sovereignty is good for everyone”, the caption beneath it ...

LUXURY SEDANS IN FRANKLIN
Locally owned Corporate cabs
If you're looking for a reliable passenger service which is run by Franklin locals, look no further! Eric and Debbie Timmins, Bill and Mary Welch and Alan Coombes make up a group of Waiuku-based Corporate Cabs franchise owners and operators.

Animal Stuff
Always a helpful hand
If you are an animal lover, you will love Animal Stuff, which supplies a huge array of stock feed and pet food for a variety of animals. You will find a selection of the major brands plus some up and coming local products like Acres Dog Food, One Podgy Dog treats and Purely Pets frozen food. You are ...

Spotlight Businesses


Van Der Putten Construction LTD
Van der Putten Builders Ltd has been building quality homes for over 20 years, many of them winning awards. Ev ...
Country Catering Kitchen - Chunuk Bair Restaurant
At the Chunuk Bair Restaurant in the RSA Papakura we cater for weddings, 21sts, business breakfasts, sports ev ...
Besp-Oak NZ
Besp-Oak NZ is a subsidiary of Joblin Holdings Ltd., stockists of the respected UK Besp-Oak furniture brand. O ...
Bizfinder - Lite Listing
Company Name, Logo, Address, phone/fax/mobile number, e-mail. 10 search engine Keywords • Contact your busines ...
Lollipops Educare Waiuku, Pukekohe
Lollipops Educare Pukekohe opened in May 2006 and the Waiuku centre in June 2008. Both centres are state- of- ...
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Elizabeth Du Plessis & James Heard with Barfoot & Thompson MREINZ, Pukekohe
Let talk! Elizabeth has been Top Residential Salesperson for the Pukekohe Branch for the past 9 years and ...
A1 Homes
A1 homes is a national company based on home living practicality, utilising quality material supply, for a low ...
Smith & Sons Renovations & Extensions Franklin
The Smith and Sons Franklin Franchise is owned and operated by Lane & Melissa van den Brink. Lane and Melissa ...
Specsavers Papakura Optometrists
Specsavers offers customers fantastic choice in basic and designer frames to suit a range of budgets, with mor ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
The article is very truthful,we should be alarmed, NZ is already well underway to many of the concerns - under the existing govern ...
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Julie's Pics
It is so refreshing that local has dropped most of its conspiracy based articles but this one hold out is tiresome. However conspi ...
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Education Indoctrination At ...
A commendable article. Pity the comment from Stephen is so dumb.
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Interesting to read Jim Reardon's comments from an American viewpoint although there are few similarities between the civil rights ...
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Education Indoctrination At ...
To `A Teacher in Excile` Your literacy skills are in question to begin with, it`s Exile without a c! You choose anonymity over ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
To the converse this article may well aptly describe the views of many indigenous nations,after they were colonized violently by ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
I am writing to congratulate you on your courageous editorial regarding race and Maori privileges in New Zealand. As an America ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Until the people of New Zealand learn their true history we will remain in the Treaty of Waitangi time zone for ever. The Treaty w ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Bang on the money mike. An accurate picture of what's happening to our country, you can very easily draw parallels to what happene ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Apart from being badly flawed logically, the attempt to attach the "orwellian" theme is at the least, shallow, and innacurate..At ...
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Current Articles


Give Your House A Painless Facelift
Smith And Sons Make Renovation Easy
Age isn't necessarily kind to people, and it's the same with houses. They, like their owners, can get tired and battered about the edges with advancing years. Fortunately it's a whole lot easier (and less painful!) to give your house a makeover than to have one yourself.

Hearing Loss - A family problem
A monthly column with the Hearing Hut
“When an individual has a hearing loss, the whole family have a hearing problem” – Dr Mark Ross, PhD.

Spending your building dollars wisely
A monthly column with Jennian Homes Franklin Ltd
Lately it seems like every time I look house prices have climbed again. Many first-time buyers are finding it increasingly difficult to get into the existing home market and the government is looking to the construction industry for a solution to affordability issues.

TAKANINI on the Rise and in Demand
A monthly column with Bayleys Real Estate
The long awaited new rating valuations released by Council in November 2014, created a whirlwind of interested vendors getting a feel for the market. This has seen a misconception from buyers that the asking price should be relevant to these new values; however the market is still being dictated by ...

Meibomian Gland Dysfunction
A monthly column with Optik
Meibomian glands are the oil-producing glands located in the upper and lower eyelids. There are 25-30 of these glands which slowly release oil into the tear film. This oil stops the water in the tears from evaporating, thus helping to prevent dry eyes.

Onwards and Upwards…..
Reflections of the past year
The start of any New Year is a time to stop and reflect on the past year, the successes, changes, constants and surprises are all part of the tapestry that is our lives and mould us in our direction

Ignore Changing Moles and Other Blemishes at Your Peril!
A monthly column from Plastic Surgery Auckland
The long sunshine hours is one of summer's main attractions. However, for those of us who enjoy the outdoors the sun is also a real hazard.

Summer Sun
A monthly column with A way of Life
Can’t get enough of the sun being out?... But…, may be stayed a little too long in its lovely shine?

Eat, drink, exercise and be merry, you deserve it!
A Monthly column from Outlook for life
Congratulations and a huge thank you to all of our 2014 Clients.

Memorial to the milkman
Svendsen Road
One of Pukekohe's newer thoroughfares is Svendsen Road, running between Manukau and Crosbie Roads, where Herbert Svendsen established a milk treatment factory in 1951. The venture grew from an opportunity Herbert spotted while working on a local farm.

Spotlight Businesses


Hairitage Hairdressing
Donna Dunlop started her hairdressing career more than 30 years ago when she opened her business in Waiuku Tow ...
The Country Inn
Welcome to The Country Inn Accommodation, Dining and Functions in Ramarama We are located in the small rural ...
B&E Custom Made Furniture
B&E Custom Made Furniture is specialised in the making of high quality furniture to your design, specification ...
Home and Away Professional Cleaning Services
Our professional cleaning team can come to you on a daily, weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis. Our team of p ...
Rattrie Panelbeaters
Our reputation is your guarantee, over 20 years of experience behind us. You can be assured of safe, accurate ...
Deck & Fence Pro
Deck & FencePro are restoration specialists who will clean, repair, stain or paint your decks, fences, outside ...
S & J Appliances
S & J Appliance servicing has been in operation for over 40 years servicing and installing appliances in the ...
Inner Health
Angela Wheeler is a registered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) Practitioner based at Heal in Pukekohe. ...
Credit Control On Call
Specializing in: Ledger Collection, Bad Debts and Rental Property Management As the saying goes the 'The sq ...
Nulife Batteries Ltd your Battery Shop on Tironui
Welcome to the BATTERY SHOP on TIRONUI..... Nulife Batteries is an independent battery shop outlet. We have ...
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
It's the regular articles like this in the elocal that make me deliberately not use any of the advertisers' products or services.
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
Shameful, Race Relations Commissioner should have a look at this.
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AGENDA: New Zea Maori land
this is an absolute rubbish post, now you can switch everything around from Maori to European and I bet the country does well. Not ...
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Think driving......What are we thinking? Proudly sponsored by Pam and Nick, LJ Hooker Pukekohe
WELCOME TO THE NEW YEAR: The Perils Of Parking
For all those that survived the onslaught of Christmas – well done.

Papakura’s Court House
Papakura’s Historical Building
Law and order has a long history in Papakura, with justice being meted out from the same spot for nearly 150 years.

Husna’s mango and prawn salad
A delicious light and refreshing salad for hot Summer days
Astar's Place
Happy new year everyone and a big welcome to 2015...
‘Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life’

Putting more money back into your pocket
Mazda 2
As one who has been accused of blindness more than once on the open road, I see the Mazda 2 as an investment offering some real solutions.

Spotlight Businesses


Reflect Icon Ltd
REFLECT ICON LTD here to help you with all types of signage solutions that will enhance your Brand & Busines ...
Drury Auto Services
At Drury Auto Services we are owner operated by Gary Wainwright and Marcus Lucie-Smith, with a back up of two ...
Images Medispa
Images Medispa A classic, elegant, sophiscated Diamond Award Winning Sanctuary in the heart of Pukekohe. Our ...
Walkers Pest Control
Rats, mice, flies, cockroaches, borer, ants, possums, fleas, wasps - "If it is legal we'll kill it!" Registere ...

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