The race for the Auckland mayoralty is getting it’s biggest shakeup ever this year, and you have a one off-chance to sit down with, and hear from, the person who’s doing that shaking, at Coastal Kitchen this evening.
Two long-serving outer island public servants have been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours for their services to the community.
Police promise they will keep traffic flowing tomorrow with diversions and control point officers, ensuring hundreds of excited fans can see the parade launching Te Maeva Nui celebrations.
The difference could barely be more stark: from the tropical atolls of the Cook Islands, to the Great Lakes on the border of Canada and the US, that ice over in winter.
Because Rarotonga is reliant on visiting volunteer vets, sometimes there is nobody on the island qualified to help sick and injured animal. That’s why Te Are Manu is appealing for public help.