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Police remind revellers of the impacts of alcohol on decision-making and consent

Police remind revellers of the impacts of alcohol on decision-making and consent

As the country makes the transition into the COVID-19 Protection Framework, punters will be heading…

December 3, 2021
Pearl and Florrie’s Musical Mural

Pearl and Florrie’s Musical Mural

Meet for a cuppa and a few inspirational words and a viewing of the classic…

November 21, 2021
Kāpiti Food Fair falls to Covid

Kāpiti Food Fair falls to Covid

Organisers say it is with great sadness and disappointment that the Kāpiti Food Fair is…

November 21, 2021
Kāpiti Food Fair Good to Go

Kāpiti Food Fair Good to Go

In the lead up to Kāpiti’s premiere foodie event, the team behind the Kāpiti Food…

November 5, 2021
Kāpiti ‘Strawsome’ Hospice fundraiser cancelled

Kāpiti ‘Strawsome’ Hospice fundraiser cancelled

For only the second time in 15 years, Mary Potter Hospice has cancelled its Kāpiti…

October 30, 2021
Reikorangi set for Spring Fling

Reikorangi set for Spring Fling

Following last year’s successful event the Reikorangi Residents Association are again presenting their Spring Fling!…

October 27, 2021
Graeme Joyes chats with Jason Bei

Graeme Joyes chats with Jason Bei

Graeme Joyes chats with Kāpiti acupuncturist Jason Bei https://www.coastaccessradio.org.nz/Programmes/Details.aspx?PID=1c867513-5233-4c0a-9214-02c296f4e2df Conversations is a popular programme on…

October 10, 2021

Police remind revellers of the impacts of alcohol on decision-making and consent

December 3, 2021

As the country makes the transition into the COVID-19 Protection Framework, punters will be heading out in droves. But, remember when you’re out enjoying yourself to look out for your mates and make sure they’re making good decisions around alcohol, sex and consent. New Zealand moves to a traffic light system on December 3, coinciding with the fifth annual Don’t Guess the Yes campaign. The initiative aims…

Pearl and Florrie’s Musical Mural

November 21, 2021

Meet for a cuppa and a few inspirational words and a viewing of the classic animation Pearl, Florrie and the Bull at St Peters Hall. Then wander down to the official unveiling of the ‘musical mural’ along Pearl and Florrie’s Way, Paekākāriki, Centre of the Universe. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2021 AT 10:30 AM Pearl and Florrie’s Musical Mural Launch St Peters Village Hall, Paekākāriki

Kāpiti Food Fair falls to Covid

November 21, 2021

Organisers say it is with great sadness and disappointment that the Kāpiti Food Fair is announcing to its foodie community, near and far, that they have come to the decision to postpone this year’s event until December 3rd, 2022. “This is not a decision we came to lightly,” says Helene Judge, Co-owner.  “Both Jeanine and I feel this is clearly the right decision because of so much…

Kāpiti Food Fair Good to Go

November 5, 2021

In the lead up to Kāpiti’s premiere foodie event, the team behind the Kāpiti Food Fair say they are thrilled and hugely relieved to share some good news with the community, the vendors and those who plan on attending. “We are good to go under NZ Government Alert Level 2 with unrestricted attendance on Saturday 4th December 2021 at the Mazengarb Reserve in Paraparaumu on the Kāpiti…

Kāpiti ‘Strawsome’ Hospice fundraiser cancelled

October 30, 2021

For only the second time in 15 years, Mary Potter Hospice has cancelled its Kāpiti Strawberry Festival. The fundraising event that attracts thousands of people each year to enjoy a taste of summer has been cancelled because of Covid. It was due to be held on 20 November. “This is such a disappointment, but we know it’s the right decision,” says Mary Potter Hospice chief executive Brent…

Reikorangi set for Spring Fling

October 27, 2021

Following last year’s successful event the Reikorangi Residents Association are again presenting their Spring Fling! Country Fair. Organisers say there will be plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy. “It really is a fun day in the countryside and right on your doorstep. Reikorangi is a lovely rural village and the Spring Fling is the perfect time to visit.” The Spring Fling is real country…

Graeme Joyes chats with Jason Bei

October 10, 2021

Graeme Joyes chats with Kāpiti acupuncturist Jason Bei https://www.coastaccessradio.org.nz/Programmes/Details.aspx?PID=1c867513-5233-4c0a-9214-02c296f4e2df Conversations is a popular programme on Kāpiti’s Coast Access Radio where hosts Graeme Joyes or Todd Zaner talk to local people about their interests, their lives, the things that motivate and excite them. In the latest episode Graeme Joyes talks with renowned acupuncturist Jason Bei about, health, wellness, and the impacts on Covid and how to deal with…

Mary Poppins takes off in Kāpiti

October 7, 2021

The current Kāpiti production of Mary Poppins is a great reminder that you don’t always have to go to Broadway to see a Broadway show. A pre-opening show was held on Tuesday night at the Te Raukura ki Kāpiti Coastlands Theatre and on a night when everything that can go wrong usually does, very little did. The shadow of Covid still looms large with audience members spaced…

Kāpiti Food Fair gearing up for big day

October 1, 2021

With just over two months to go, the team behind the Kāpiti Food Fair have started their official countdown to event day – and they are sharing more about the vendor line up they have planned for December 4th. “As the Fair is a pre-Christmas event, we provide an opportunity for our vendors to package their products for visitors to sample, buy gifts or to stock-up their…

Kāpiti Broadcaster Goes Nationwide

September 15, 2021

Kāpiti radio supremo Todd Zaner has been a well heard voice on the airwaves, having been listened to in a number of towns and cities, and now he can be heard right across New Zealand. Veteran broadcaster Zaner has been employed by Radio New Zealand as a Stand-By/Casual host of the All Night Programme, on RNZ National. Mr Zaner says he was honoured to be asked to…

Crystal out for One Dollar Pizza

September 1, 2021

Here we go! Auckland based Wellingtonian CRYSTAL takes us on a tour of the sand dunes in her latest video for “One Dollar Pizza” directed by Ben Dickens, which showcases the beautiful scenery of small coastal town Foxton Beach. Inspired by a family holiday to New York City a few years ago, “One Dollar Pizza” explores CRYSTAL’s first time visiting the city as an adult. “I was…