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Waikaraka Speedway – back to square one?

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Onehunga’s Waikaraka Speedway’s future is back to square one, with the surprise announcement in June that Western Springs Speedway would be relocating to Colin Dale Motorsport Park in Wiri.

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A step in the right direction

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July’s news that Panuku Development Auckland has purchased Onehunga Wharf was a long time coming, but it has been  welcomed as a step in the right direction. There are plans to make it into a new community space, similar to Wynyard Quarter, with homes, cafes, retail, and public spaces; its regeneration will be part of the overall Transform Onehunga project, led by Panuku.

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Volunteers step up for Onehunga Community Patrol

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Nine new volunteers have put their hands up to be part of Onehunga’s Community Patrol team.  They are part of a thirty-strong crew, who can be seen regularly out and about the local streets in their bright yellow vests. ‘eyes and ears’ in the community.

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Big noise needs sponsor

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The City of Sails Brass is gearing up for a big season at it prepares to celebrate its centenary next year. 

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Winter Wonderland - Auckland Down Syndrome Association’s annual ball

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Winter Wonderland was the magical theme for the 2018 Auckland Down Syndrome Association (ADSA) Ball. Held at the Royal Oak Bowling Club in July, this highly anticipated event takes place every two years.

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Palalagi sisters - Sup Sis! An Ode to my Hood

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It was a family affair down at the Onehunga 312 Hub, when the Palalagi sisters returned home to Onehunga for a joint exhibition in June. The collection was created and collated by talented siblings Cerisse (Ceeroc), Waiora (Hoodsavvy), Ngaronoa (Noodles), Tabitha (Tabzjoynt) and Te After the studio was transformed to suit everybody, and each piece placed in just the right spot, art enthusiasts, friends and family members filled the venue on opening night, fittingly titled Sup Sis - An Ode to my Hood. The show paid homage to the suburb that raised them, showcasing their gifted works and influences through illustrations, paintings, photography and trendy apparel.  

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