Homegrown festival evacuated

An area of the Homegrown festival in Wellington has been evacuated after someone reported seeing a person of concern. "The Dub and Roots stage was evacuated at Homegrown at 9:21pm due to a threat received just before the two minutes silence," https://www.facebook.com/HomegrownOfficial/posts/2599943103355745?__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARAgLDelc6Q3uPQde91LJ8TVROmU7-XbbnjCR0NajeYTSA6XHRdAeCct8XScu23gxXMTQrCsPIjRnJD9sbOmj7OIDUVTqXG5_aTfhaXnTBhcyytseevH4sCM7Qti5yZh6Lu_XaGKiAPglLeqjK8oT20QGHlqVTpBaInju0lMtCaniM1xjhDe_brtYU8frEAlsDIK-J0YlK5M7hR8CLJaql41cHKG5JIgNm6qCQ6-mDGOD8h0Rvn3BbGi84mKw9WXAl_MLN5iblT_cR3kP-teucJTS5F1Owe6vaydE2eoo69N5ynhvDMsW40oqiZWs7CiaidSe5fL_HKFG6R7rAlBzQ&__tn__=-R Punter's at the festival say the evacuation was not handled well and security... Continue Reading →

Kakaramea School stands by you

‘A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal.’ Steve Maraboli. Out of respect for the tragic events last Friday in Christchurch. Today our School Student Council representatives paid their respects on behalf of our school to the local Muslim Community and the people of Christchurch by laying flowers outside the Hawera... Continue Reading →

Muslim community important to Siver Fern Farms

Following an email from South Taranaki Digest, spokesperson Sharon O’Loughlin from Sliver Fern Farms released the following statement. "The Muslim community is important to Silver Fern Farms – with Halal butchers being part of the day-to-day life and culture at our plants across the country. Our Muslim community is connected across our network of sites... Continue Reading →

Memorial services to be held in South Taranaki

Memorial services are being held around Taranaki on Thursday and Friday for the people affected by the terrorist attack in Christchurch. On Thursday the South Taranaki District Council has a service at the Hāwera town square at 5.15pm and welcomes everybody to show their support after Friday's terrible events, in which 50 people were killed... Continue Reading →

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