Lest we forget…

Wreaths LR

Anzac Day is next Friday (25 April.) Hope to see you at the service in Gordonton.

Settling in after Afghanistan

By Ciaran Warner The new principal of Gordonton’s very own missionary school, Eastwest College, says it is a privilege to be taking over the role. Martin Campbell, along with wife Joyce, was appointed to the position in March, and the … Continue reading

Lest we forget…

Anzac Day is fast approaching – as with previous years a special service will be held on Friday 25 April. This will include the laying of wreaths, singing, reading the Rolls of Honour, prayers and the Last Post played by … Continue reading

Feedback sought on new water bylaw

Wanted – your feedback on a new Waikato District Council Water Supply Bylaw which will combine the former Franklin County and existing Waikato district water supply bylaws. The new water bylaw applies to the protection and operation of the public … Continue reading

Royals wow rural town

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate, almost visited Gordonton, Number 8 Network’s Annette Taylor believes. Instead, probably due to an error with their GPS, they made an unscheduled visit in Tamahere. Luckily, our sister website Tamahere … Continue reading

Rod steps down

“Drainage can bring out the worst in people. It’s just a fact of life,” says Rod Wise, and he should know. After more than 40 years serving on the drainage board committee for the region, he attended his last meeting … Continue reading

No plans for Gordonton subdivison – council

There are no immediate plans for subdivisions in Gordonton Village, residents attending a public meeting hosted by Waikato District Council were told last Thursday evening. Deputy mayor Dynes Fulton was responding to a question near the end of the hour-long … Continue reading