A few favourites

Free peak time travel for SuperGold Card holders, on Raglan 23 bus from 1 March 2022.

Peak time services covered by SuperGold Card from 1st March 2022 There’s good news for Raglan’s SuperGold Card holders, who… Read more

Patagonia releases ‘Karioi’ online

On the evening of Wednesday 18th August, last night Patagonia held an online premiere of our short film ‘Karioi’. They… Read more

New platform a one-stop shop for Raglan geospatial data

Shared Services news Waikato OneView is a new and innovative platform ideal for people or agencies seeking geospatial related data… Read more

Floral arrangements at the Raglan Spring Flower Show

Postponed: Raglan Spring Flower Show

POSTPONED SORRY GARDENERS AND FRIENDS the Flower Show on Saturday 21st is postponed. We will decide next week if it… Read more

Enjoy this space.

Bow Street parklet outside LJ Hooker After an official opening on Friday 26th June, the Bow Street parklets are now… Read more

Blood Red Moon over Lorenzen Bay Raglan

There were perfect conditions at Lorenzen Bay, Raglan for the viewing the Blood Red Moon. Great to see this eclipse… Read more

Raglanites back on Bow St for ANZAC Day 2021

Although showers were predicted in Raglan for ANZAC Day 2021, they stayed away and the sun peeped out. After standing… Read more

Sands of time – Continuing our occasional history series, we look back to Whaingaroa a century ago – 1921

By John Lawson A century ago, the country was moving from post war shortages to 1920s recession. By June, wool… Read more

The Raglan team that keep an eye out for us are asking for a hand

Past and present members of the Raglan Community Patrol For over 14 years, the Raglan Community Patrol have helped keep the Raglan… Read more

Big crowd for Raglan New Year’s Eve Parade 31.12.20

A warm and sunny evening drew a big crowd for the Raglan Community New Year’s Eve Parade in Bow Street… Read more

Raglan January 1928

Raglan in 1928, from where Tidd Drive is now From time to time, old photos of Raglan pop up on… Read more

Bird’s eye historical view of Raglan
and Waikato shifts online

Media Release: Waikato Regional Council, 7 December 2016 Online access to a bird’s eye historical view of Raglan and much… Read more