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Archive for September, 2018

Filling next year’s teacher shortage ‘devilishly hard’

Article – RNZ

John Gerritsen, Education Correspondent

Auckland’s primary schools will soon have 100 unfilled vacancies and principals around the country are nervous about finding enough teachers for 2019, school leaders say. Read more »

Davidson: Get Work and Income out of people’s personal lives

Article – RNZ

Marama Davidson: Get Work and Income out of people’s personal lives

Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson says there has never been a better opportunity to transform a punitive and limiting culture of the welfare system. Read more »

Nominations open for outdoors access champions

Press Release – Walking Access Commission

The Walking Access Commission is calling for nominations of people and groups who champion public access to the outdoors. Nominations are open until 11 November 2018. Read more »

Gymnasium premises sale has property investors pumped up

Press Release – Bayley’s Real Estate

The land and building housing one of Gisborne’s busiest fitness centres and gymnasiums have been placed on the market for sale. Read more »

Register your wheels now for Wheels at Wanaka

Press Release – Wheels at Wanaka

Register your wheels now for the Wheels at Wanaka Easter Extravangza at Three Parks!
Wheels at Wanaka is the new biennial Easter Extravaganza, celebrating all things with wheels or tracks, vintage and new. There will be over 50 acres of entertainment including, tractor dancing, classic car parades, earthmoving and steam engine demonstrations, local market stalls and an interactive kids zone. Read more »

Big southern double at Merino champs

Press Release – Shearing Sports New Zealand

It’s been a big night for the south at the opening shearing sports competition of the season with two dream wins at the New Zealand Merino Championhips in Alexandra.. Read more »

High unmet need for dental care among Syrian refugees

Press Release – University of Otago

High unmet need for dental care among Syrian refugees, Otago research shows

High unmet need for dental care is causing pain, embarrassment, worry and reducing quality of life among Syrian refugees, new University of Otago research shows. Read more »

KiwiBuild comes to the South Island

Press Release – New Zealand Government

KiwiBuild comes to the South Island

Minister of Housing and Urban Development Phil Twyford today announced the first South Island KiwiBuild development in Wanaka, where there will be 211 KiwiBuild homes built over the next two years. Read more »

Green Party start social support campaign

Press Release – Green Party

Green Party kick-start campaign to put the heart back into our social support system

The Green Party is launching a campaign in Auckland to put the heart back into our social support system, so that no one gets left behind, and are urging the community to get involved and come along. Read more »

Swordfox races to victory in the Spring Challenge

Press Release – Spring Challenge

Swordfox races to victory in the Spring Challenge all-women’s adventure race in Westport

Spring Challenge South – Westport
29.9.18 Read more »

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