What’s On

Kāpiti teenager launches debut novel at Waikanae craft market May 16, 2022 A moving novel by local teenager Arlo Kelly is due to be published this month. Set on a wild East Coast beach, Echo is a… ...
Heartland Flyer steams ahead May 15, 2022 Despite the wet weather plenty turned out on Sunday to see the popular Heartland Flyer Steam train as it journeyed through the region. The Steam… ...
Raumati artist off to paint the colours of Portugal May 13, 2022 Raumati abstract artist Tania Dally is heading off for a three-month painting stint in Portugal, and is holding an exhibition of current works at her… ...
Women in Governance Awards 2022 May 11, 2022 Nominations are now open for the 2022 New Zealand Women in Governance Awards. Nominate yourself, a colleague or your organisation for an award to celebrate… ...
Kapiti Chamber Front Room open for business May 9, 2022 The Kāpiti Coast Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Kāpiti Coast District Council are bringing to the local business community a series of online… ...
Networking opportunity for Kapiti Businesses May 5, 2022 Kāpiti Coast Business Networking The Kāpiti Chamber of Commerce and Tuatara Tap Room invite you back to Kapiti Coast Business Networking for 2022. Kāpiti Coast… ...

Pilates Day for Kapiti May 2, 2022 Kapiti’s Z Health Studio has declared May as Pilates Month and is expecting an influx of people wanting to get the best of health heading… ...
Huge Lions Book Fair in Waikanae May 2, 2022 Looking for some excellent reading material as we head towards winter – the Kapiti Combined Lions Charity Book Fair has all you need. This year’s… ...
Neighbours hold the key to surviving emergencies March 17, 2022 Getting to know your neighbours better is key to getting through emergencies, and this year the Kāpiti Coast District Council is teaming up with Neighbours… ...
Bids replace buckets in NZ Red Cross annual appeal (March 17, 2022) Instead of popping your spare change into a Red Cross bucket for their street appeal this year, you could be bidding to buy a year’s… ...
Kapiti’s Waitangi Day celebrations in the digital age (February 4, 2022) “Akuanei ka rongo koe i te toa o te tamaiti Rangatira” “Soon you will experience the bravery of the high-born child.” This is a tribal… ...
Kapiti to host 6th Annual Whakaaro Whakairo Sculptural Symposium (November 28, 2021) Kaupapa: The Whakaaro Whakairo Sculptural Symposium encourages and promotes the arts in the community. It allows artists of various skills, from internationally-known to novices, opportunities… ...
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.… ...
Brad Olsen – BA5 speaker (November 15, 2021) Join us for drinks, nibbles and the very latest economic date for the Horowhenua at the last November Electra Business After Five. This month’s event… ...
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… ...
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… ...
Kapiti gets out to Saturday Vax (October 15, 2021) Martin Halliday, KCDC Ward Councillor for Paraparaumu got his second Covid shot this week at the the Kapiti Community Covid-19 Vaccination Centre 45B Te Roto… ...
Being Older and Bolder in Kapiti (October 9, 2021) Kapiti writer Angela Robertson is all about maximising potential as she prepares to launch her latest books with a focus on positive aging. The two… ...
Mary Poppins takes off in Kapiti (October 7, 2021) The current Kapiti production of Mary Poppins is a great reminder that you don’t always have to go to Broadway to see a Broadway show.… ...
Kapiti Radio Yacht Club Twilight sailing (October 5, 2021) The Kapiti Radio Yacht Club is holding a twilight sailing event to enable those who have commitments during the day to see these fun racing… ...
Police training exercise in Kapiti (October 4, 2021) As part of the regular training for their specialist teams, Police will be undertaking a training exercise in Kapiti on Friday 8 October. The exercise… ...
Free workshop – Employment Agreements and Contracts – Levin (August 12, 2021) This workshop will explain the different types of employment agreements and contracts for services and help you decide which ones you should use in your… ...
TVNZ brings extensive coverage of Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games (August 4, 2021) New Zealand viewers can look forward to extensive free-to-air coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, live on TVNZ DUKE. From 24 August – 5… ...
Film-maker to give talk in Kapiti (August 3, 2021) The Kapiti Friends of the Library are hosting film-maker John Reid on Sunday 8 August 2:00 pm in the Paraparaumu Library Meeting Room. The well-known… ...
WHITI ORA Art Exhibition (July 20, 2021) Opening: July 23 - 6:30pm - Normal Hours: July 24 - August 28, Monday - Saturday, 11am - 4pm - Toi Matarau Gallery, 68 Main… ...
Prize-winning Pianist for Waikanae (July 18, 2021) Young Christchurch pianist, Lixin Zhang, due to perform for the Waikanae Music Society on Sunday 1 August, has just won the Silver Medal in the… ...
Clean Up Week launches for 2021 (July 5, 2021) Keep New Zealand Beautiful is once again asking Kiwis to 'Do the Right Thing' and come together to make a collective difference by getting involved… ...
Club Vista and RSA AGM (June 29, 2021) Level 1 is back and so is Club Vista!!This Sunday is the AGMS for Paraparaumu Memorial RSA commencing at 9-30am, and Club Vista at 10-30am. 32 Marine Parade, Paraparaumu… ...
June BA5 – Forsyth Barr (June 27, 2021) The Kāpiti Chamber of Commerce is inviting businesses to attended their BA5 (Business After 5pm) networking programme.   On June 30 the BA5 will be Hosted… ...