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P.P.R.E Pulse Performance Race Engineering (OFFICIAL)

A few more pic's of MadMikes new weapon RadBull in the build


 

River City Press


Timeline Photos
Check out Cinza Seekayem's work on the back of the Gatshack/Ambrosia Delicatessen building, looks great now that it's all finished.
 

River City Press

Carole Saunders was the lucky winner of our RCP Autumn Quiz with a cash prize of $200. Thank you to every one else who entered and keep watching for more competitions.
 

River City Press

Life Education Trust celebrating latest digital mobile classroom

The Life Education Trust’s new mobile classroom, equipped with the latest digital technology, was inaugurated this week at St Anne’s school. This classroom will help the Trust remains a relevant and essential player in the health curriculum using technology to engage children’s imaginations.
Through the latest technology, software replicates the human skeleton and organs and demonstrates to people how they work so they...
 

River City Press

Whanganui River Writers Ramble
Ahoy readers and river fans. Get on board MV Wairua with Joan Rosier-Jones for fascinating stories and commentary. Joan will also announce Septembers exciting Literary Festival programme. Bookings for the river trip at i-Site, $40, limited numbers. Saturday, April 11, 11am - 2.30pm. Bring picnic or lunch at Upokongaro.
 

River City Press

Andrew London performing Sunday

The ever popular Andrew London returns to the Wanganui Jazz Club on Easter Sunday, April 5 at the RSA St Hill St from 6.30pm. Andrew's whimsical songs reflect the national psyche with gentle irreverence and playfully lampoon many of New Zealand society's obsessions and taboos. A fun filled evening is assured.
The Jazz Club welcomes everyone to its Club Nights so you don't have to be a member of either the Jazz Club or the RSA to attend. As...
 

Wanganui Chronicle


 

Embassy 3 Wanganui

The Book of Life
This will be starting just in time for school holidays Saturday 4th April



 

Embassy 3 Wanganui

Someone has left his washing at the movies. Can anyone work out who these belong to?


 

Wanganui Chronicle

Vandals are to blame for the sorry state of public toilet in Castlecliff, according to a local residents group:


Vandals blamed for messy public loos - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
www.nzherald.co.nz
Vandalism, damage, even arson - toilets in Castlecliff have been under constant attack. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Rayner Brothers Gallery

A reminder that "Memento" continues at Seed Gallery until April 18th and can be viewed online at:

www.seedgallery.co.nz

'Mona Lisa' by Mark Rayner


 

Sport Wanganui



 

Wanganui District Council

Your councillors are out and about in the 'burbs this week to chat with you about our plans for the future and get your feedback on our proposed 10-Year Plan 2015-2025. Yesterday our pop-up cafe was in Gonville and St John's Hill. Today we're in Castlecliff near the Four Square (10am-midday). On Wednesday it's Aramoho shopping centre (10am-midday) and Wanganui East shopping centre (1.30pm-3.30pm). Thursday we'll be on the riverfront outside the i-SITE Visitor...
 

Wanganui Chronicle

Congratulations to Pete Fitz-Herbert, who has won the Taranaki-Manawatu Young Farmer of the Year competition - on his seventh attempt. Read the full story in this morning's Wanganui Chronicle:


Seventh time the charm for Hunterville young farmer - Wanganui Chronicle - Wanganui Chronicle News
www.nzherald.co.nz
It had to come sooner or later. In his seventh shot at it, Pete Fitz-Herbert has finally won the Taranaki/Manawatu Young Farmer Contest. - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Artists Open Studios Whanganui


Artists' Weekend is sheer delight - Midweek - Wanganui Chronicle News
www.nzherald.co.nz
Joan: What a blast! Time restraints mean we can only drool over our experiences of last Friday evening and Saturday ... all linked to the brilliant-in-every-way Artists' Weekend! The - Wanganui Chronicle
 

Wanganui District Library

 

Embassy 3 Wanganui

Shaun the Sheep: The Movie
This started on 26th March and will be running through the school holidays



 

Wanganui Chronicle

Council are asking for motorists to avoid the London/Grey Street intersection for the next couple of hours as they are repairing a burst water main and have one lane closed.
 

Wanganui District Council

A plea to motorists to avoid the London Street/Grey Street intersection for the next couple of hours. We're fixing a burst water main and have one lane closed which means there's a backlog of traffic. If you can take an alternate route, we'd appreciate it - and you'll get to your destination faster!
 

Embassy 3 Wanganui

Furious 7
Starting on 2nd of April



 

River City Press

Caring for someone with Alzheimers?
Carer Support Workshops
Six sessions on Wednesdays, commencing April 8, 1.30-3pm. Held at the Alzheimers Rooms. Please phone 345 8833 to register. Cost - $10 per session or if a member, $5. Increase your understanding about dementia. Meet with others in a similar situation as yourself.
 

River City Press

Local author republishing ‘Mystery on the Whanganui.’

‘Mystery on the Whanganui River,’ written by local author, Murray Crawford, was published by Reed back in 1994. 3000 copies were printed and soon sold out. One local book store reporting that instead of one or two copies sold, they sold hundreds. It proved popular with local primary and intermediate schools but also reached an older age group including adults. Only last month, Paige's Book Gallery had an enquiry for the book -...
 

River City Press

WDHB to host Ebola exercise this Wednesday

Whanganui District Health Board (WDHB) is taking the unusual step of marking April Fools’ Day with a deadly serious, full-scale, multi-agency ebola exercise to ensure Whanganui is well prepared should the district have an ebola incident.
WDHB emergency management coordinator Simon Ward says while the WDHB is not one of the main hospitals expected to look after a person with suspected ebola, it is vital that staff feel confident they could care...
 

Artists Open Studios Whanganui

THANK YOU everyone for participating in the ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS WHANGANUI & FESTIVAL OF GLASS 2015 event. We would love to hear your opinions, feedback, suggestions and stories about your experience(s) this year.

OK here's the fine print: As a charitable trust, the event would not be possible without the support of public and private funding sources to whom we are required to provide a feedback report. Please note that you're comments/posts maybe used for such reports or...
 

Sport Wanganui


Timeline Photos
NEW TEAM BEHIND THE SCENES: The Wanganui Rugby Football Union's new-look office staff are now all on board at their Cooks Gardens headquarters. They are (clockwise from top left) Lesley McKenzie , Paul Kenny, Bridget Belsham, Kim Flower and Justin Lock.PHOTO/STUART MUNRO