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      • Pukerua Beach Rd Update
        • 21 Dec 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • The latest from PCC.Dear residents of Ocean Parade and Brendan Beach, This is an update to let you know about our plans to manage the slips on Pukerua Beach Road. Thank you for the patience and kindness you’ve shown so far in dealing with the closures and supporting the team working to keep the road … Pukerua Beach Rd Update Read More »

      • Pukerua Beach Rd Sunday 19th Closure
        • 19 Dec 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • There is concern over how the trees at the slipsites on Pukerua Beach Rd will behave in the winds forecast for tonight. A decision hase been made to close the road from around 10:00 tonight. The Downers’ crew on lookout will be doing a door knock of the houses on the beachfront.

      • 4:00 PM Update Beach Road
        • 17 Dec 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • The 4:00 pm update from PCC.Good afternoon,4pm Update: Paekakariki Rd: No Change from previous update, tree cutting still ongoing. Road still likely to be closed until 7pm. (As per previous email there is access for residents only through to Battle Hill Farm)Grays Rd: OPEN to all traffic there is some surface flooding still, Flooding and … 4:00 PM Update Beach Road Read More »

      • Roading updates from PCC
        • 17 Dec 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Just in from PCC Good afternoon, A quick update to let you know that: Paekakariki Hill Road is CLOSED until around 7pm for tree removal work. Residents who live prior to Battle Hill Farm can access their homes but will have to stop at the Grays Road traffic stop to talk to the traffic control … Roading updates from PCC Read More »

      • Wairaka Farm rabbit cull in progress
        • 6 Dec 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • In the coming week a cull of rabbits will start on Wairaka Farm (Carrad’s farm). The farm has been split into three areas for the cull, as shown in the map. Area 2 is the closest to residences in Pukerua Bay and further advice will come out when shooting in this area will start. Further … Wairaka Farm rabbit cull in progress Read More »

      • Kōrero newsletter issue 5 is out now
        • 30 Nov 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Just in time for the holiday season, your Christmas bumper issue of our Kōrero community newsletter should have appeared in residents letterboxes by now. See the Kōrero newsletter page for the December editorial, links to PDF downloads of the current issue and all back issues, and information about contributing.

      • June Penhey passes away
        • 19 Nov 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Kua hinga te tōtara i Te Waonui-a-Tāne. The tōtara tree has fallen in Tāne’s great forest. With sorrow and with heartfelt gratitude, we mourn the passing of our beloved June. June was acknowledged for her service to our community last year, when she was granted the Freedom of Pukerua Bay and the previous year, with … June Penhey passes away Read More »

      • SH1/Pukerua Beach Road barrier repair Wednesday night
        • 9 Nov 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Capital Journeys are repairing the barrier after it was damaged a couple of weeks ago and the work is scheduled for Wednesday night 10 November on State Highway 1 at the Pukerua Beach Road intersection. There will be stop/go traffic control in place from 7pm to 5.30am. These works should not take all night and the noisiest … SH1/Pukerua Beach Road barrier repair Wednesday night Read More »

      • Pukerua Bay Heritage Talks
        • 28 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Pukerua Bay has a significant Māori history. Miria Pomare will speak about the people, places and events important to Māori in this place. Ashley Blair will talk about the dramatic events of the late 1880s when the railway was put through Pukerua Bay. There will also be a demonstration of the new augmented reality app … Pukerua Bay Heritage Talks Read More »

      • 2021 AGM reports now available
        • 13 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Annual reports for this Sunday’s AGM from the various community groups, the financial report, and the draft minutes from last year’s AGM are now available for preview: 2021 AGM reports (PDF) Agenda: Welcome and Apologies Adoption of the Minutes from 2020 Annual General Meeting Adoption of Annual report of the Chair and committee, including reports … 2021 AGM reports now available Read More »

      • Community Garden & Food Forest Spring Festival
        • 10 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • When: Sunday 30 October 2021, 10 am – 12 noon (ical)Where: Pukerua Bay Community Garden & Food Forest (map) Plant Sale  ✽  Worm Farming Workshop  ✽  Refreshments Join us at the Community Garden and Food Forest (off the platform at the old Muri train station) for a family friendly fun day. Everyone is welcome. Note: … Community Garden & Food Forest Spring Festival Read More »

      • Residents’ Association 2021 AGM
        • 10 Oct 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • The Pukerua Bay Residents’ Association is holding the 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Association: Sunday 17 October 2021, starting at 3:00 PM (ical)Venue: Pukerua Bay School and Community Hall (map) The agenda and reports will be available on the website from Wednesday 13 October. The meeting will be held under the protocols applicable to … Residents’ Association 2021 AGM Read More »

      • The alert level two rules have changed for delta
        • 6 Sep 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Kia ora e te whānau o Pukerua.  The alert levels have changed – yeeha!  What does Level 2  mean for us? As you know, the headlines are about wearing face coverings, keeping track of where you’ve been, and practising basic good hygiene. This short article breaks it down further: https://thespinoff.co.nz/business/07-09-2021/the-new-rules-for-alert-level-two-updated-for-delta-explained/

      • New COVID Courier poster
        • 28 Aug 2021
        • Pukerua Bay Residents Association
        • Here’s a flyer with some basic messages that you might find helpful. We’re also putting some of these up around the Bay. Please feel welcome to forward it to any of our locals who might find it helpful. Kia kaha, Pukerua Bay!

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