Thursday, 29 March 2012
Watch the roads as well as the skies OHAKEA
— With thousands of people expected to descend on Ohakea this weekend for the Royal New Zealand Air Force's 75th Anniversary Air Show, visitors are being asked by Police to pay attention to the roads as well as the skies.
Tuesday, 2 March 2010
Air Trainer incident at Ohakea OHAKEA
— During training yesterday morning two aircraft of the Royal New Zealand Air Force Red Checkers display team touched causing minor damage to one aircraft.
Saturday, 18 July 2009
So Others Might Live In Safety OHAKEA
— Hon Heather Roy speech to Operation RATA II Departure; Ohakea Airmovements Terminal, Ohakea; Saturday, July 18 2009.
New Kiwi contingent for Solomon Islands OHAKEA
— Another 44, mainly Territorial Force (TF), personnel will head to the Solomon Islands on Saturday for a four month tour of duty.
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
Baird gets taste of speedway world OHAKEA
— Multiple Australia and New Zealand race champion Craig Baird recently had a taste of the speedway scene when he took Ian (Jack Jack) Easton’s sprint-car for introductory laps at Harrisville Speedway near the Ohakea Airforce base.
Monday, 1 June 2009
Men killed in Ohakea car crash are named OHAKEA
— Two men killed in a road crash near on SH1 at Ohakea yesterday (Sunday, 31 May) have been named as 21-year-old Stephen Kailahi from Feilding and 48-year-old Guy Stewart Bach from Lower Hutt.
Sunday, 31 May 2009
Chemical tanker recovered following double fatal OHAKEA
— A chemical tanker involved in a double fatal road crash this morning has now been recovered and SH1 is expected to re-open shortly after 7pm.
Recovery of chemical tanker is a difficult operation OHAKEA
— The operation to recover a chemical tanker which crashed on SH1 near Ohakea this morning has hit complications.
Two killed in highway crash OHAKEA
— SH1 is likely to remain closed at Ohakea for the best part of the day after a crash that has claimed two lives.
Wednesday, 1 April 2009
Cabinet confirms plans for Whenuapai OHAKEA
— Cabinet has confirmed the retention of Whenuapai as an active Air Force base.
Saturday, 20 December 2008
No drivers over the limit during police operation OHAKEA
— Police in Central District are delighted that a major road checkpoint operation found no one who was over the drink-drive limit.
Wednesday, 23 April 2008
Afghanistan tour of duty ends OHAKEA
— It will be an Anzac Day dawn keenly anticipated by the friends and family of 110 New Zealand Defence Force personnel, when their loved ones return from six months in Afghanistan.
Thursday, 2 August 2007
Runway walk for Arthritis sufferer OHAKEA
— Personnel from Ohakea Air Force Base and students from Clifton School in Bulls will join arthritis sufferer Andrew McNeur as he walks the length of Ohakea’s main runway on Friday August 3.