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Club bowled over by big day. Busy start for MangaRide.

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Campaign aims to stop violence against women. Ed Said - The reason for the season. Regional council pleased with latest Kaipara rates ruling. Music fest ends in mud and mayhem. Dianne walks the talk. Councillor Comment - Representation review. Take time for YOU this summer. Dont treat your toilet like a bin says council. Early Christmas for Community Patrol. Modern technology used to create wood product range. New Alcohol Control Bylaw includes Mangawhai.

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New Safer Speed Zone coming to Mangawhai. Gallery extension big project for Ruakaka racing to entertain big summer crowds. Give tern exhibit a turn. Big racket as club celebrates new courts. Success for bridge club pair. War veterans raising funds on cycling tour of duty.

Bagpipe competition a dying wish. Let the Highland Games begin! New face and name for old Waipu pub. The Village Wines Opens. The Cow Shed a household name. Helping cancer patients look and feel good. Planned childcare centre fights for green light. Letter to the Editor. Kaiwaka Can signs up for a better future. Garden ramble keeps flourishing. Popular members exhibition is here! Te Whai's gift of aroha. More help for Northland Rescue Helicopter. Summer swim spot survey begins. Weed Action gets good local support.

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Flowers, craft and culinary creativity. Museum to host Bows and Bells Christmas fundraiser. After 46 years it's goodbye from Goughy. Ed Said - Please let this stupidity stop! Rates activists lose latest court battle but vow to fight on. Mangawhai cadets compete in Aussie comp. Mangawhai startup aims to solve water tank supply problems. Biggest crowd ever for fireworks display.

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Hypnotherapy: Massage of the Mind. Innovative speed signs coming to highway hotspots. Learn to love your liver. Lifeguards get top training. Celebrating with joyful noise. Coastline access denied for disabled visitors. Friendship inspires exhibition collaboration. D-Day approaching at Maungaturoto. Fans flock to speed shearing comp. Tavern service policies a headache say some punters. Sleeping Beauty sure to keep audiences wide awake. Success for school night market. Finishing touches for annual walking weekend. Support Make-A-Wish when it hits the road.

Men welcomed to volunteer team. Students take on Game of Minds. Ed Said - Roll on summer I say. Christmas parade reminder, float your ideas. Using design to combat climate change. Hey mister, can you lend me a grand? Mangawhai surf club to benefit from new Hilux. Kaipara council representation review now taking appeal. Mangawhai Singers impress at fundraiser. Matakohe bridge beams make the long haul. Mangawhai weed warriors needed. Farm owner moves on but memories remain.

Seafaring charity answers allegations over harassment. New plans to improve road safety, access, and capacity. Rower at the helm of Northland Rescue Chopper Appeal. Tracks Trust hoping for Lincoln Downs Farm bush block as recreation reserve. Sunshine and fun turned up for school event. Worzels World - A borrowed commentary. Furnishing your future. Once Upo a Time in the West.

See Art n Tartan up close, two days only. Mangawhai artists group wins Northland business awards. Whai Awa development incorporates robust design and social benefits. Time is right for debut album release says band. Team ready to support new golf club manager. Planting to benefit harbour.

Ed Said - What is it we really want? Rubbish and knife left after MAZ party. Give a thought to Christmas. Enjoy a lifetime of healthy hearing. New but familiar faces at salon. Rescue helicopter service marks 30 years saving lives. Historic beginnings for long weekend.