Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) has declared a Restricted Fire Season for the entire Horowhenua District, as of 8am on Friday 24 January 2020. A Prohibited Fire Season remains in place on all Horowhenua beaches and sand dunes.
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Level 1 water restrictions are in place for Levin and Ōhau, until further notice, with Level 2 water restrictions in place for Foxton and Foxton Beach until further notice.
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05 March 2020
The seminar that is to be held on the 5th March 2020 is at capacity. We will collate names to make a waiting list. Neuroscience expert Kathryn Berkett for a free seminar on increasing resilience in others and in ourselves. In particular, she will cover what we can do as parents and as a community to build resilience in our children.
07 March 2020
Thompson House, Horowhenua Art Society and Levin Pottery will all be open with artists working in their studio spaces. Spinners and weavers, sugar craft, bees, cards and more.
08 March 2020
Annual laid back hot rod picnic at Horse Shoe Bend, fund raiser for Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter.
Published on 20 February 2020
The Aquatics Horowhenua Streamline Swim School is more popular than ever, with a record 600 students enrolling for Term 1.
Published on 19 February 2020
Horowhenua Alliance begins renewing the water main pipeline along Oxford Street between Bath Street and Queen Street, from Friday 21 February. Work will take about two weeks and will be carried out in the evenings and at night.
Published on 14 February 2020
Applications for funding from the Creative Communities Grant are due by 28 February. The grant provides arts funding to local groups and individuals.
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