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Stricter dog control needed

COMPANION LOST: Gonville cat lover Sharon Semple had her 20-year-old cat killed by a dog yesterday. Photo/Bevan Conley The owner of a cat killed by a pitbull in Gonville yesterday says something needs to be done about roaming and aggressive dogs. ... New Zealand Herald, 5 days ago

Fire shuts down street

Part of Harper St was blocked off yesterday afternoon as firefighters attended to a garage fire in Gonville. Fire crews were called to the scene at about 4.30pm. Wanganui Fire Service Senior Station Officer Craig Gardner said the fire was not ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago

Hockey: Collegians eye top 4

TCOB's Nicky Skedgwell contests the ball with Collegians' Michelle Mitchell early in the local derby game at Gonville Domain on Saturday. Photo/Bevan Conley Collegians remain in the hunt for a top four finish in the Manawatu League after beasting ...
 New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago Hockey: Tech teams have mixed fortunes  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Hockey: College stay in second place  New Zealand Herald2 months ago

Police in plea after more city burglaries

Photo File A spate of burglaries in Gonville and Castlecliff continued this week as police seek information on suspicious activity in the area. Early this week, police asked the public for information following eight burglaries in the area last ...
 New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago Burglars on the prowl  New Zealand Herald4 weeks ago Spate of burglaries linked, say police  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Hockey: Fired-up TCOB get first win

TCOB's player of the day Lee Moir, right, keeps the ball away from Marist's Chris Herbert in his team's 4-2 win at Gonville Domain on Saturday. Photo/Lewis Gardner Tech College Old Boys finally got on the 2014 Manawatu League scoresheet when they ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago

Printed word maintains popularity

The Gonville cafe-library is doing a brisk business.Photo/File It may be the digital age but books continue to be a popular choice in Wanganui, according to annual statistics from the city's libraries. In the 12 months to June 2014, most ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago

Camp story prompts playground memories

LANDMARK STORY: Last week's Chronicle story on the camp. Alan Bowater's recollections of the Gonville health camp for children has prompted other memories of the building. Donald Stewart, who now works for conservation group Birdlife ...
 New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago

Hocky: Tech women hold out for needed win

CROSS STICKS: PNGHS's Grace Bayley and TCOB's captain Michelle Low go after the ball at Gonville Domain on Saturday. Photo/Bevan Conley After a season of either "so close" or heavy defeat, Tech College Old Boy's women's team had staked their post ...
 New Zealand Herald4 weeks ago

Youngsters' health camp recalled

Built as a seaside tea kiosk in 1912 at Castlecliff, the building was moved and became the Gonville sanatorium in the 1930s. It has also been the home of the Braves softball club. Alan Bowater, formerly of Raetihi, called in to the Chronicle ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago

Mayor presents books

GOOD READS: Bella-Grey Chuton, 4, and Tumanako Pehi, 3, read their new books with mayor Annette Main. Photo/Stuart Munro Gonville Kindergarten had a visit from mayor Annette Main on Monday to present children with new books. The books were ...
 New Zealand Herald5 hours ago
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