Test of speed and marksmanship

Test of speed and marksmanship

It was all about ‘load, lock and shoot’ for the 95 competitors at the North Island Practical Shooting championship at Gladstone on the weekend. The Wairarapa Pistol and Shooting Sports Club hosted what organiser Phil Dunlop thought was the biggest event of its kind...

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Top award for Times-Age

Top award for Times-Age

HAYLEY GASTMEIER [email protected] A man who was an integral part of the relaunch of the Wairarapa Times-Age as a locally owned, independent newspaper has had his hard work rewarded at a prestigious Australasian award ceremony. Bevan Wills, the operations...

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Winter warmer

Winter warmer

A late August morning view of the snowy Tararua range at Para Rd, Parkvale. PHOTO/FILE Hottest August in more than 110 years   BECKIE WILSON [email protected] A winter that brought torrential downpours, slips and flooding, also brought Masterton its warmest...

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The day Bill came to town

The day Bill came to town

Prime Minister Bill English was in Masterton on Tuesday. PHOTO/JADE CVETKOV By Seamus Boyer “He’s just a small man, isn’t he?” says a woman to no one in particular. That observation made, she continues on her way down Queen St. The Prime Minister, Bill English, is in...

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Aratoi farewells taonga

Aratoi farewells taonga

PJ Devonshire, Haami Te Whaiti, Ian Perry, and Susanna Shadbolt. PHOTO/CHELSEA BOYLE  CHELSEA BOYLE [email protected] The largest showing of Ngati Kahungunu taonga came to a close yesterday as Araoti Museum farewelled its popular Te Marae O Rongotaketake –...

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Small step forward for Wai-Bush

Small step forward for Wai-Bush

Wairarapa-Bush midfield back Cyrus Baker on the attack. PHOTO/JADE CVETKOV GARY CAFFELL Wairarapa-Bush's 36-10 win over East Coast in their Heartland Championship rugby match at Memorial Park, Masterton on Saturday, could best be described as a step in the right...

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