Ahuroa School is looking for a warm, kind, friendly teacher aide. The position is for 17.5 hours per week, working 5 days. Starting Term 3, 24 July, 2017.
If you are interested in joining our fabulous school as a carer of our future, please email your CV and an application letter to email@example.com
Visits are welcomed. For more information please contact Michelle Nell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Does anyone know of a recommended person who does horse clipping in the area please?
Need three horses done for around $60 each – is what I paid last year but have lost their contact.
Thanks, Diane- email@example.com or phone 0274661103 or evenings 094220617
As many of your will know, StrataNet is an active internet service provider in the Ahuroa area, and has been for a number of years. Prior to us being there, the only alternative was dial-up speeds on the copper network – which was a frustration for the local residents. Many of you have been in the area for quite some time and may well remember this, and when we first started providing our services to the Ahuroa region.
Back then, we brought speeds of 3-6 Mb/s, which for the time was considered to be very fast for a rural area. However, times change and we all know that by today’s standards this may not suffice for busy households where families are streaming video, downloading, making calls etc – all at the same time. This is why we’ve been working extremely hard over the last year to upgrade our infrastructure to support faster speeds in the area. This is a very time consuming and costly process which has not been easy – we were expecting to roll out faster plans at the start of this year, but that turned out to be a little too optimistic.
It comes with great excitement to announce that we are now completing the final steps to provide faster speeds to the area – and by the end of July we will be able to offer 30 Mb/s plans to the Ahuroa region. This is five times what we currently have on offer! We’ve had a couple of people testing these plans since mid-last week, and we’ve been very happy with the results.
The difficulty has come in trying to keep our pricing competitive, and this is not easy as we have zero government or external funding – all the while trying to remain community focused. We’ve put a great deal of thought into our new plans, and we’ve come up a pricing structure that we hope can suit everyone. As of finalising the plans last week, we’re now ready to publicly announce these. While they are not available just yet, we decided we’d like to share what we will have on offer come late July:
Plan – Data (GB), Speed up to (download) – Price (monthly)
- Turbo 10 – 10GB, 6Mb/s – $50
- Turbo 30 – 30GB, 6Mb/s – $70
- Nitro 10 – 10GB, 10Mb/s – $70
- Nitro 30 – 30GB, 10Mb/s – $80
- Nitro 50 – 50GB, 10Mb/s – $90
- Nitro 100 – 100GB, 10Mb/s – $110
- Nitro Max – Unlimited GB, 10Mb/s – $150
- Ultra 30 – 30GB, 30Mb/s – $90
- Ultra 50 – 50GB, 30Mb/s – $100
- Ultra 100 – 100GB, 30Mb/s – $120
- Ultra Max – Unlimited GB, 30Mb/s – $200
Prices listed above are inclusive of GST.
We will be removing our older 3 Mb/s and 1.5 Mb/s plans, with of course the new offer of 30 Mb/s. If you’re happy with your current plan and would like to keep it, then that won’t be a problem either.
We hope that this information comes as good news to you, and if you are not already a StrataNet customer then we’d love to chat with you to see if we can get service to your home. So feel free to give us a call on 0800 030 004, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your home address and some basic contact details.
The team at StrataNet.
Edit: here’s a nicely laid out comparison between old and new plans for those who were getting confused online saying that they’re charging more?…
Simon Wilson, a journalist from The Spinoff attended the community meeting held in Makarau Hall this last Sunday and has provided this well balanced and informative write-up on the meeting.
Guns vs roses: the new battle of the Kaipara
Click here to access the article
There is a growing amount of local concern in the shooting club as it nears their opening date of the 1st July. The newly formed club is situated at the top of Tuhirangi Road, which is just under 600m from the closest section of Martin Access Rd and also in close proximity to properties on Makarau Road too. – It is obviously closest to neighbouring properties on Tuhirangi Road.
A local group “Keep the Peace in Makarau Valley Inc” has been established to coordinate a community effort in opposition to the development and operation of the club and have been fighting the issuance of a ‘Certificate of Compliance’ which was granted by the Auckland Regional Council last year. email@example.com – this is their email address if you would like to request further information from them.
The club, and opposition to it also featured recently on a TV2 show called Gutsfull – which is available on demand here: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/gutsful/episodes/s2016/e8-6528484
The club has publicly stated; they aim to build a significant development with over 30+ ranges; including a 300m high powered rifle range, two other rifle ranges, and shotgun shooting facilities, operating 7 days a week, they currently intend to open to their members on the 1st July, with a formal opening, featuring MP, Paula Bennett on the 7th July.
We are a company that is looking to upskill people in the Puhoi, Wellsford and Warkworth area.
We work hand in hand with Ministry of Social Development, and are looking to do a course in September.
If there is anyone that has a piece of dirt we can use (we are prepared to pay for using it for the 4 weeks in September) give us a call.
North & South Recruitment Ltd.
4 Whetu Place,
Email: Brendan Muller <Brendan@NSRecruit.co.nz>
A message from the organizers:
We’re holding a community meeting at the Makarau Hall this Sunday at 3pm. Please inform your friends and neighbours and spread the word.
We’ll update on what has been achieved so far, why it matters, and what you can do.
It will also be a chance for people new to the issue from the community to get involved. We plan to speak for half and hour and then answer some questions, and offer some tea and biscuits. It may take an hour all up.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday.
Please do invite as many people as you can and do your bit to Keep the Peace in this beautiful valley.