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Taranaki-based duo Glass Boat bring a refreshing simplicity to their vocal/ harmony led songs - Image supplied

Feb 17: Glass Boat

Taranaki-based duo Glass Boat bring a refreshing simplicity to their beautifully arranged vocal/harmony led songs Glass Boat at Old School Arts… Read more

Feb 14: Raglan Community Board Meeting

This summary of the agenda for the Feb 14th meeting of the Raglan Community Board prepared by Whaingaroa Environmental Defence… Read more

Feb 16: RCoC Breakfast meeting

Update from Raglan Chamber of Commerce Kia ora koutou katoa, We hope you are enjoying the buzz of the New… Read more

Waikato District Council funding available for Raglan

News from Waikato District Council Council funding available in 2017 If you have a project or an event and are seeking… Read more

Waitangi Day kerbside collection

Waitangi Day Refuse and Recycling Collection Due to the Waitangi Day public holiday, there will be no refuse and recycling… Read more

Last day Feb 17: Don’t forget to have your say on Easter Trading

Waikato District Council News, 3 February 2016 Time is running out for people to have their say on Easter Trading… Read more

We’re showing the love by wiping your overdue library fines

Library News: 3 February 2017  Waikato District Libraries will wipe your overdue fines during its Love your library week in… Read more

Raglan Community Board informal meetings

Raglan Community Board is to hold monthly informal meetings on the 4th Tuesday of every month, 7pm at the Supper… Read more

Feb 4-5: Movie – WHISKY GALORE

WHISKY GALORE is screening in Raglan at the Old School in Stewart St on FEBRUARY Saturday 4th 8pm | Sunday… Read more

Council guided by smoke signals

News from Waikato District Council, 27 January, 2017 Smoke testing to start in Raglan If you see smoke coming from… Read more

Mar 9-11: Thomsons ITM Raglan One Base 2017

Thomsons ITM Raglan One Base Fishing Tournament. Hosted by Waikato Sport Fishing Club. Early Bird Draw – GME GX800 Handheld… Read more

Mayor Sanson says, “We are now dealing with more than twice the number of consents for new dwellings than three years ago as the district attracts new residents from both Auckland and Hamilton seeking a small-town or country lifestyle.”

Growth in Waikato district tops Wellington

News from Waikato District Council, 23 January 2017 Growth in Waikato district surpasses Wellington, affordability cited Waikato is confirmed as… Read more