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GWRC announces more capacity on Wairarapa Line

News media release 11 September 2018 More seats on Wairarapa Line good news for commuters Wairarapa rail commuters will be the winners in a trial designed to increase capacity on the Wairarapa Line from Wellington to Masterton. From 24 September Metlink will increase...

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Aquatic Facilities Review released

Friday 7th September 2018 Media Statement – Aquatic Facilities Review released Since March last year the Carterton Swimming Club and Carterton District Council have been working together to discuss their joint commitment to improving the Carterton aquatic facilities....

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Following on from yesterdays development of Gladstone post, our clever planning team has also found the original deed map of the "Township of Gladstone".

These roads are still there today, however referred to as paper roads.

#History #Gladstone #Carterton
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Following on from yesterdays development of Gladstone post, our clever planning team has also found the original deed map of the Township of Gladstone.These roads are still there today, however referred to as paper roads.#History #Gladstone #CartertonImage attachment

 

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another interesting area with maps as well as seen them at Wairarapa Archives, is MIDDLETON... near where RAVENSDOWN is on SH2.. go and see Gareth he showed it all to me some years back...!

How cool is this flash back to 1871 when "Gladstone Township" was being developed?

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How cool is this flash back to 1871 when Gladstone Township was being developed?#History #Carterton #Gladstone

 

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Gladstone has dozens off unmarked roads... it was to have been quite a place in the early days... I came across many roads on google one day and checked it out with Wairarapa Archives!

Regarding the situation at South End School…
Please refer to the School FB page for updates...
3.35pm - Children are safe and being monitored. Buses will not be taking children so parents will need to come and collect children who may have been on school buses. NO students are allowed out of the school grounds and no one is allowed into the grounds until we can find out what the substance we smelt was. ALL students are fine and being looked after - please respect the police and services by not trying to get in the school grounds.
Can you please let your friends and families know buses will NOT be able to run after school.
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