Wednesday, 1 August 2012
Take Note Taihape awarded for customer loyalty TAIHAPE
— Take Note Taihape has been awarded the AA Rewards for Excellence in Customer Loyalty award at the annual Paper Plus Group gala dinner, held at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland last night.
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
Truck rolled TAIHAPE
— Police and other services are on way to a truck that has rolled on SH1 (Top of the Taihape Deviation) about 3kms north of Taihape.
Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Taihape Rest Home crisis - People must come first says Rural Women New Zealand TAIHAPE
— Rural Women New Zealand urges the Government to act on calls from the Taihape delegation to Parliament yesterday to delay the looming closure of the town’s rest home until a solution to its funding crisis can be found.
Friday, 26 November 2010
Closure of Taihape Rest Home 'Elder Abuse' says Rural Women New Zealand TAIHAPE
— Rural Women New Zealand members will be joining a further protest in Taihape this afternoon against the Whanganui District Health Board’s decision to do away with the town’s 20 rest home and four inpatient beds, effectively closing the hospital.
Thursday, 23 September 2010
Slip blocks SH 1 between Taihape and Utiku TAIHAPE
— There is a large slip blocking the northbound lane between Taihape and Utiku.
Friday, 17 September 2010
Crash - SH1 between Taehape and Utiku TAIHAPE
— Police and other services are on way to a truck that has crashed on SH 1 between Taihape and Utiku.
Thursday, 22 July 2010
Taihape situation shows dangers of private health providers TAIHAPE
The failure of Otaihape Health Trust to manage its budget shows the danger of relying on private providers to service New Zealand's health needs, says Alliance Party Health Spokesperson Tom Dowie.
Friday, 9 July 2010
Taihape 1 - All Blacks 0 TAIHAPE
On July 4th the MasterCard All Blacks Roadshow rolled into Taihape where thousands of Kiwis turned up at the War Memorial Park to watch the All Blacks test their skills in the gumboot capital of the world.
Monday, 12 April 2010
REAL ESTATE 10:05AM
Record price for Lower North Island farm sale TAIHAPE
— Bucking the national trend of slowing farm sales and a slump in values, a substantial breeding and finishing farm east of Taihape has just sold for a lower North Island record-breaking price of $12million.
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
REAL ESTATE 11:16AM
Receivership sale brings an end to family farmers' dreams. TAIHAPE
— Two brothers’ dreams of owning and running a large scale sheep and beef farming operation in the Central North Island have seen their ambitions disappear – with the announcement of a receivership sale of their sizeable landholdings.
Monday, 15 February 2010
Ice Man tops class TAIHAPE
It was Robert Steel all the way in the jump-off of the horse grand prix at the three day Taihape Showjumping Champs yesterday (Sunday).
Friday, 22 January 2010
Man dead after hit by train TAIHAPE
— A person has been killed after being struck by a train in Taihape this morning.
Friday, 24 April 2009
Fatal crash north of Taihape TAIHAPE
— One person is dead and two are injured following a two car crash North of Taihape on a stretch of road known as the 'Taihape Deviation'.
Wednesday, 15 April 2009
Hunting Incident in Central District TAIHAPE
— Taihape Police are investigating an incident on Monday the 13th of April 2009 involving a 22 year old deer hunter who was accidentally shot in the arm by a hunting companion.
Tuesday, 3 February 2009
Scrub Fire closes SH1, Taihape TAIHAPE
— Police and other services are at a scrub fire on SH1, Taihape.
Friday, 9 January 2009
Road conditions in Central District, 12:35pm TAIHAPE
— Police are asking motorists to exercise caution when travelling on State Highway One between Taihape and Mangaweka.
Tuesday, 30 December 2008
SEARCH AND RESCUE 2:57PM
Man rescued after fall TAIHAPE
— A farmer was airlifted out of a gorge near Rangiwahia today.
Monday, 31 March 2008
Truck break down blocks traffic TAIHAPE
— Taihape Police are currently dealing with the break down of a large truck and trailer unit just south of Spooners Hill on SH 1.
Tuesday, 8 January 2008
Shearing longshot set to tackle ewe record TAIHAPE
— Ask many in the shearing industry if they've heard of Blair Rhodes and there's a good chance the answer will be "Blair who?"
But the 36-year-old "hobby shearer" from Fordell, near Wanganui, plans to change all that on Thursday with what some may call an audacious bid for the world solo eight-hour strongwool ewe shearing record.
Saturday, 10 November 2007
State Highway 1 given all clear after chemical spill TAIHAPE
— A stretch of road on State Highway 1 has been given the all clear by emergency services after being closed for nearly three hours due to a chemical spill.
Truck loses load of lawnmowers on SH1 TAIHAPE
— Police are advising motorists of delays on State Highway One north of Taihape - after a truck carrying a load of lawnmowers lost its load.
Tuesday, 11 September 2007
Mayoralty candidate cop defends issuing 100 tickets in a day TAIHAPE
— Manawatu District mayoral, council candidate and policeman Stephen Gibson may have cost himself votes after it emerged he proudly issued 100 traffic tickets in one day in Taihape.