Erica Julian ponders Paekākāriki’s future and what makes us special. The first in series of stories for Paekakariki.nz by residents on what we will, or could look like in 50 years time.
“Tapawha whero!” yells three-year-old Hana as she proudly points to a red square on a board. She’s playing a game naming colours and shapes at Paekākāriki Playcentre with Whaea Wai Miller who visits the centre each week to help the children and their parents to practise their te reo Māori.
Meet Michael, Mercedes, Joe & Nicole
Kapiti College student and longtime resident Erica Julian ponders Paekakariki’s future and what makes us special. The first in series of stories for Paekakariki Online by residents on what we will or could look like in 50 years time.
Welcoming Dr Judith Aitken to the Paekākāriki Community Board
Meet Carol, Moira, Alun and Arlo, Darcy and Prue