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SEPTEMBER ISSUE 9

It’s hard to imagine that we are heading into Spring already but here we are, the birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and Christmas is just around the corner. Hobsonville has been quite an exciting place to live in lately, especially with all of the construction under way, new bridges being built, not to mention the police pursuit that took place down Hobsonville point road which caused a bit of chaos. It’s incidences like these that have us questioning our…

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AUGUST ISSUE 8

Welcome to this issue of The Hobsonville Flyer. If you can count on one thing from reading our pages every month, it should be that we try to provide our community with relevant community information and resources. As I sit at my desk right now, I find myself as I often do reflecting on the articles that come across my desk. The majority of the articles come from members of the community who genuinely want to help others. Teachers, students,…

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MAY ISSUE 5

Welcome to the 5th issue of The Hobsonville Flyer, I hope everyone has started taking advantage of all of the great new shops in our lovely community, Hobsonville seems to be getting quite a bit of attention these days and why shouldn’t it? It’s beautiful, neighbourly and situated in the perfect location. There’s also been some talk on RNZ in the last few weeks about the Axis homes and just how affordable living in Hobsonville Point is and I’m guessing…

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APRIL ISSUE 4

Welcome to the 4th issue of The Hobsonville Flyer, I hope everyone had a fun and safe Easter holiday. Anzac Day is just around the corner and the ‘Peace Poppies’ installation will be in the Hobsonville Point Park (opposite of Brickworks) from the 14th of April to the 26th. The poppies were made by students from HPSS and HPPS along with other members of the community; including some of the residents of the retirement village. This issue we have three…

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