What does good growth look like for you? KCDC are consulting on their proposed approach for enabling sustainable growth in Kāpiti over the next 30 years. Have your say before Friday 19 November.
Although 2021’s Paekākāriki Pride festivities have been cancelled due to Level 2, the newly formed Paekākāriki Pride Inc Committee is determined to connect and celebrate people for pride. Val Little lets us know what is happening and how you can be involved.
Hannah Zwartz, long-time Paekākāriki School parent, member of the School Garden Group and Potty Potters, talks about an exciting new project coming up at our kura along with the year-long work done to support the school’s gardening curriculum.
During the last week of lockdown in August 2021, Bob Zuur safely photographed dogs and their humans on Paekākāriki Beach. Set to Tū Tilley’s soundtrack, ‘White Cloud Island’, please enjoy this visual and aural delight!
paekākāriki.nz is pleased to introduce the first in a series of creative responses from local writers. In this one, Dani Deluka accompanies the Wainui Stream walk. The series is funded by the Kāpiti Coast District Council’s Creative Communities Scheme.
Bride Coe is concerned about the lack of response from Kāpiti Coast District Council about our vital seawall project. We asked the council to respond.
Ursula Beeson was a colourful character and tea leaf reader who lived in Paekākāriki from the 1970s until the 1990s. Read this excerpt from Judith Galtry’s article before going to Xplore Paekākāriki to find out more.
Liana Stupples set herself a daily lockdown challenge of painting a local scene she loves. Enjoy the end result of her creative campaign.
Julia Wawrzyniak recently opened Honey Flower & Friends in a tiny gallery at the end of the Holtom Building. Her philosophy encompasses nature and organic processes, along with working in a collective.
Community boards are a key way for Councils to keep in touch with the flax roots of the communities they represent. Kāpiti Coast Councillors want to uproot this. Paekākāriki Community Board chair Holly Ewens shares her thoughts on proposed changes that will affect how these boards operate.