Onehunga Community News
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The Onehunga Community News is a community-focused print magazine which takes pride in presenting the news and views of the local communities which make up its distribution area. Thanks to the support of advertisers, our team of writers is able to cover the issues which matter most in our area – from the foreshore to the peaks of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill and Te Pane o Mataoho/Mãngere Mountain. On the first weekend of each month except January, 16,000 copies of the Onehunga Community News are hand-delivered to homes and businesses across our distribution areas – Onehunga, One Tree Hill, Royal Oak, Greenwoods Corner, Hillsborough, Oranga, Te Papapa and Mãngere Bridge.


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ANZAC Remembrance Service returns

Reading Time: 2 minutes It was with great relief that Onehunga RSA members were able to hold a Remembrance Service this year, after last year’s level 4 lockdown. Due to continuing uncertainty over Covid-19, the parade down Onehunga Mall did not take place, but the service itself went ahead upstairs in the Club Onehunga building. RSA and Club Onehunga ...

May 5, 2021 2 min

A stepping-stone for youth

Reading Time: 2 minutes Most people look forward to slowing down when they get into their 50’s, but Anita Vaafusuaga did just the opposite. In 2012, she seized the opportunity to turn a lifelong vision into reality, and founded DNA 1st Solution with her late husband Denis. Their aim was to create employment opportunities for vulnerable youth, getting them ...

May 5, 2021 2 min

Finding the missing pieces

Reading Time: 2 minutes Finding the missing details about an American woman who travelled throughout New Zealand in the 19th century as a world missionary for the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), is proving to be a headache for local writer, Randolph Hollingsworth.   The One Tree Hill resident is researching for a historical novel about Mary Leavitt’s journey ...

May 5, 2021 2 min

Te Papapa fale officially opens with special ceremony

Reading Time: 2 minutes A beautiful fale was officially opened at Te Papapa School last month, with a special celebration featuring students, staff, and community leaders.   The fale has been designed to be reflective of the island nations represented in the school community, although the majority of the features are Samoan. The opening celebration ended with a traditional ...

May 5, 2021 2 min

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Even though the Onehunga Community News only comes out once a month, news tends to happen more often than that! Here you can catch up on local news, events, and views that occur outside the normal print cycle and also on print issues that you missed. Find them here in chronological pdf or e-Mag archives.

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