South Taranaki Star - - YOUR LOCAL NEWS -

While spring doesn’t of­fi­cially start un­til September 21, for most of us the first week of the month is when win­ter leaves us. Or so the op­ti­mists among us be­lieve.

Sadly, this doesn’t not hap­pen all at once. We seem to have had rain for months be­cause sum­mer was so wet.

Ac­cord­ing to the Met Ser­vice un­set­tled con­di­tions will be with us all next week. A wet September is on the cards. But at least we can now look for­ward to sum­mer and with any luck it will be a warm, dry time.

This week we have sto­ries of South Taranaki peo­ple who strive and con­trib­ute to our com­mu­nity as well as our reg­u­lar fea­tures such as Stars Past and What’s On.

When we made the de­ci­sion not to run sports re­sults any more I know some clubs were dis­ap­pointed. How­ever, I am pleased to say that oth­ers send in photos with a story about the event. Be­cause we work with tem­plates we have to fol­low the de­sign and a photo is re­quired with prac­ti­cally ev­ery story. So, please, if your club has a story you would like to share do not hes­i­tate to let us know.

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