Wednesday, 12 August 2020

WHITIANGA WEATHER

Part-time Coromandel resident, Joanna Sharpe, has achieved a world first, winning on Saturday last week the women’s division in what could well be the one and only Virtual Race Across the West (VRAW) - a segment of the infamous Race Across America, described as the world’s toughest bicycle race.

Whitianga gathered on Saturday last week to pay their respects to Malcolm Brown - leader, friend and adoring family man, who was passionate about his community and lived life to the full.

A $19.95 million government investment to expand Sugarloaf Wharf in Coromandel Town will almost double mussel processing capacity at the facility and has been described as a gamechanger for the local aquaculture sector.

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