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Locals gain from removal of unsafe trees - DOC

The removal of unsafe exotic trees in Egmont National Park will have flow-on benefits to the Taranaki community, says the Department of Conservation.

EASIE Living centre welcomes families into new sensory space

A new sensory space, which provides a safe and engaging place for families to explore, has been officially opened in Palmerston North by Mayor Grant Smith and Enable New Zealand General Manager Michelle Riwai.

Maunga magic for Brooke - council

There’s something quite special about just digging your hands in the dirt on TÄ«tÄ«rangi while planting natives, says Brooke Reedy-Dixon, who is part of the kaitiaki project in the Tairāwhiti Economic Support Package Redeployment Programme.

Week of celebrations marks Puanga Matariki - council

The rise of the Matariki stars heralds the beginning of the Aotearoa New Year - a time to reflect on the past, celebrate the present and plan for the future.

Planning underway for September’s Blossom Festival - council

It’s that time of year again when planning begins for the annual Blossom Festival and Parade, Hastings’ signature event celebrating the arrival of Spring.

Night time tree feling on SH1 in Dome Valley - NZTA

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises State Highway 1 north of Warkworth will be reduced to one lane during overnight work for two nights from Sunday, 12 July.

Retirement village loans to residents can indicate financial need - CFFC

A report by the government’s retirement village monitoring agency has found 40% of village operators provide loans to residents but that there has been no significant increase in loans being sought.

IWCNZ submission to Royal Commission to be publicly released

The Islamic Women’s Council of New Zealand will share parts 1 and 2 of the submission we presented to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch Mosque Attacks.

Canterbury earthquake resources find a permanent home

Lessons learned from the Canterbury earthquakes will be shared widely and preserved for the future when a collection of reports and information moves to a new digital home.

Police acknowledge IPCA findings into Blenheim incident

Police acknowledge the findings of the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) report that found it was reasonable for an officer to shoot an offender who ran towards him, apparently intending to harm him with a knife.