Category Archives: Money

GOAL for Karamea Community!!

Knock, Knock…Who’s there? Opportunity… …Opportunity Who? Opportunity to make our region FABULOUS!   Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray When opportunity knocks, you open the door right? Well, the Karamea community has a golden opportunity ringing its … Continue reading

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Karamea Food-Branding Initiative Gathers Momentum

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray Buller Community Development Facilitator Peter Howard recently presented information at the Karamea Bowling Club about a proposal to establish a “social enterprise” in Karamea to bolster the local economy, create employment and … Continue reading

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Karamea Co.Starters Set World Record

Off the Top of My Head  By Paul Murray  The remote rural town of Karamea at the top of the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand apparently set a world record Monday night by being the smallest … Continue reading

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Historically Famous Kidnappings

News broke recently that Formula 1 billionaire Bernie Ecclestone’s mother-in-law has been kidnapped in Brazil. Aparecida Schunck was grabbed in the Interlagos neighborhood of Sao Paulo on Friday, July 22, 2016. Aparecida is the mother of Eccelstone’s third wife Fabiana … Continue reading

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Co.Starters Pitch Business Ideas @ EPIC Celebration Night

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray The 16 participants in the inaugural Co.Starters programme from Ross to Karamea on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand came together with programme sponsors, facilitators and invited … Continue reading

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HELP…the “Karamea” Movie Needs You!

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What’s Up DOC? (Batter the Birds)

Department of “Conservation” plan to blanket Kahurangi National Park with 1080 poison…… Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray Not good news I’m afraid….more from me soon….   1 1 WHAT IS WRONG WITH OUR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE? INTRODUCTION: … Continue reading

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