A warm wel­come to our par­adise

Matamata Chronicle - - Front Page - By TERESA HAT­TAN

In this week’s Mata­mata Chron­i­cle we of­fi­cially wel­come those new to town af­ter Gypsy Day on June 1.

In our spe­cial pub­li­ca­tion you will find all the best things Mata­mata has to of­fer.

You will find also find a wel­come from mayor Jan Barnes, and Waikato MP Lind­say Tisch who also calls this lovely slice of par­adise home.

There is in­for­ma­tion about Pohlen Hos­pi­tal, along with big busi­ness and large em­ploy­ers here in Mata­mata. The Chron­i­cle team also visit the Firth Tower His­tor­i­cal Re­serve to dis­cover this hid­den gem.

It was amaz­ing for us to learn that even some who have lived here for years still haven’t vis­ited this amaz­ing fa­cil­ity.

And need to know about rub­bish col­lec­tion or fancy a walk in one of our beau­ti­ful parks or re­serves? Find it all in our Wel­come to the Dis­trict spe­cial pub­li­ca­tion.

Of course, it wouldn’t have been pos­si­ble with­out the sup-

Mrs Dfuse, Krys­tle Haines port of our amaz­ing busi­ness com­mu­nity. Thank you for sup­port­ing us, both with this pub­li­ca­tion and through­out the year.

The beauty of this great pub­li­ca­tion is that it can be a handy re­source to keep on file, even if you’ve lived here for years.

So please, sit back, en­joy and take time to re­flect on our very spe­cial home – Mata­mata.

Photo: ABBY BROWN

DJ Shan and ‘‘Mrs Dfuse’’, Krys­tle Haines, at the DJ Dfuse

Me­mo­rial Night.

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