From Left: Corban Jamieson, 8, Abbey Valender, 10, Leander Bahlsen, 10, Ella Gregory, 9, Billy McFadden, 9, Sophia Shields, 6, Jarrah Timms, 9, Caitlin Groome, 9 and Mason Hawkins, 7, along with many students who have moved on to Queen Charlotte College, were all part of the kaitiaki group that contributed to the schools bronze award. Read the story on page 5 on the latest issue...
Other Stories in This Issue
- Captains Table
- Pavilion Programme
- News: Luxury Superyacht Visits Picton, Missing Launch Found But Skipper Location Still Unknown, Vote for your favourite neighbourhood group at Z Picton.
- Spot the Knot
- Saturday Speaker
- Enviro School Bronze Award for Picton School
- Scenery Scene
- Tide tables
- Sponsors Treated to a Visit to the Sanctuary
- Long Island Shearwaters Make Matiu/Somes Their New Home
- Spud in a Bucket
- Wheel News - from Sheira Hudson
- Farewell to the Pharmacy
- Backstage Blurb
- Seaport Happenings
- Seaport Sessions
- Seen on the Scene: Sport Was Definitely Supported!
- Reflections from Picton Museum: Museum News
- New Year Parade in 1950
- Library Lines
- Plunket Piece
- Computing - What Does ‘Support For Windows XP Ends’ Mean?
- Reap Course Program - Computing Made Easier with Simon
- Vegan Recipes - With James Wilson
- Havelock Festival Fun
- Blue Cod 'Conspiracy' - Opinion
- Scoop’s Sports with Sam Swain
- Muddy Buddy Slides into Havelock
- Sport Round Up
- St John Honours Local Hero
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