Un­wind­ing in Coro­man­del

Hauraki-Coromandel Post - - News - Ali­son Smith

Labour Week­end is al­ways a high­light of the Coro­man­del cal­en­dar, a time when our hol­i­day home own­ers par­tic­u­larly seem to like hav­ing a spring clean-up, and we can back the boat out and maybe host or visit a garage sale and a bar­be­cue with an ex­tra day of R&R up our sleeve.

If this week’s Hau­raki-Coro­man­del Post is any­thing to go by, it’s go­ing to be a big week­end.

Our new pa­per is only in its first few weeks of ex­is­tence and we’re proud to bring you 64 pages high­light­ing the news, events and peo­ple of the Coro­man­del and Hau­raki re­gion.

For those of you re­turn­ing to the bach, wel­come to the for­mer Waihi Leader and Coastal News, which is now the HC Post! We had

Our new pa­per is only in its first few weeks of ex­is­tence and we’re proud to bring you 64 pages high­light­ing the news, events and peo­ple of the Coro­man­del and Hau­raki re­gion.

a fan­tas­tic spell of surf and sunshine last week­end and I reckon you could smell sum­mer in the air.

I hope you get out and about this week­end and check out some of what’s hap­pen­ing in your town — see our What’s On spe­cial.

As al­ways we rely on our ad­ver­tis­ers and read­ers get­ting in touch to let us know what’s planned, so thank you for your con­tri­bu­tions and be sure to email us at news@wai­hileader.co.nz.

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