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Te Reo Course

REAP Wairarapa Te Reo Māori Evening class Eketāhuna Suitable for beginners or those wanting the opportunity to speak Te Reo. Date      Mondays, 20 July – 21 Sept (10 weeks) Time      6.30pm – 8.30pm Venue  Eketāhuna Health CentreTutor Jordan BennettCost Standard course fee $20 Community card holder $10 Enrol by phone/text Jordan on 027 855 4739 (preferably between 3-9pm please) and…

Garden Tour

7/8 November 2020 Early Bird Tickets go on sale 1 August 2020 at 10.00am for Pūkaha’s annual fundraising garden tour. For More Information & Bookings Go To www.wairarapagardentour.co.nz

Tararua Council Assistance Grants

Notice is hereby given that applications for financial assistance from the Eketāhuna  Community Boards General Assistance Grants Scheme are now being invited.  Application forms and further details of the scheme are available from the Eketāhuna Service Centre and Library, 31 Main St, Eketāhuna. Applications and Nominations are to be handed in to the Eketāhuna Library in sealed envelopes by the…

Eketāhuna OP Shop

Yaaaaaay, we have moved the Op Shop to the Herbert Building between Maison and Tabu. New year, new layout, new stock. We gladly accept clean, washed and saleable clothes and other items for the home. We look forward to seeing you in store. Come in and have a look!

Eketāhuna Multisport Turf

Eketāhuna Multisport Turf Fancy a game of hockey? Tennis? Basketball? Netball or soccer?? This wonderful facility is now open to the public from the Alfredton Road gate during daylight hours. Bookings via Eketahuna Service Centre. Public toilet is under the grand stand. Bookings under lights are available at cost. For more info contact Kirsten 06 376 8313.

The Return of Pūkaha to Rangitāne

On Saturday the 8th of February 2020, Pūkaha is being gifted back to Rangitāne o Wairarapa as part of the iwi’s historic settlement redress. Pūkaha was a key piece of redress for Rangitāne for its significance to their tribal identity. It is a 942-ha unfenced reserve in the Wairarapa/Tararua that has huge conservation importance for the nation and is of…

St John Ambulance In Eketāhuna

Steve Yanko, a St John representative attended the Eketāhuna Health Centre meeting. Steve confirmed that St John is and will continue to be committed to having an Ambulance Service in Eketāhuna. Eketāhunawill retain the First Response Unit which will be available 24/7.There are two types of vehicles available for the first response unit. The vehicle for Eketāhuna is due for…

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