Posts Tagged ‘ Home Range magazine ’

Home Range magazine underway!

Sep 30th, 2019 | By
Photo of Bill Darbyshire

  The next issue of our local magazine is under construction. Over the last many weeks stories have been written and photos taken for the next issue of Home Range – due out early Summer. Launched last year, three issues of the magazine have been delivered to about 3000 rural letterboxes in the Gordonton, Puketaha,

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Home Range magazine underway

May 20th, 2019 | By
Home Range Summer

We’ve been a tad busy here at Number 8 Network. Over the last many weeks we’ve been running around compiling stories for the next issue of Home Range magazine. Launched last year by Number 8 Network, two issues – Summer and Winter – were delivered to about 3000 letterboxes in the Gordonton, Puketaha, Orini and

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You’ve got mail!

Nov 29th, 2018 | By
Michael Blank

Rural postie Michael Blank featured in the latest Home Range magazine.  The 24-page, full colour publication is packed full of local stories from Gordonton, Puketaha, Orini and Horsham Downs and put together with love by Number 8 Network.  If you didn’t see the magazine or would like a link to the digital editon, click here.

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Home Range in letterboxes now!

Nov 6th, 2018 | By
Home Range Summer

Yahoo!  The Summer edition of Home Range magazine is hitting rural letterboxes north-east of Hamilton this week. The 24-page, full colour publication is packed full of local stories from Gordonton, Puketaha, Orini and Horsham Downs.  It has profiles, features, country cooking, history and a lovely Page 3 tractor. Home Range is produced by Annette Taylor,

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Magazine launched this week!

Jul 16th, 2018 | By
Home Range magazine

  IT’S HERE!  The new community magazine, Home Range, is hitting rural letterboxes north-east of Hamilton this week.  (Thank you John Aukusitino at Reachmedia!) The 24-page, full colour publication is packed full of local stories from Gordonton, Puketaha, Orini and Whitikahu.  It has profiles, features, country cooking, history and a seriously local quiz (answers to

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