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Archive for June, 2021

Aotearoa Food Rescue Alliance Welcomes New Additions To The Team.

Press Release – Aotearoa Food Rescue Alliance

The Aotearoa Food Rescue Alliance (AFRA) is announcing two new additions to the organisation – Meghan Hughes and Gareth Hughes who will be joining the team as Co-Communication Leads, job-sharing the role. Read more »

Shortlist Revealed In ‘record-breaking Year’ For Parkin Drawing Prize

Press Release – Parkin Drawing Prize

Recycled pants, living bacteria on a ceiling tile, op-shop bed sheets, and ball point pen on eco-toilet paper are just some of the interesting materials used to create works shortlisted in the 2021 Parkin Drawing Prize. Read more »

Elected Members Adopt New Fees And Charges Schedule

Press Release – Queenstown Lakes District Council

Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) elected members have voted to adopt the Fees and Charges Review 2021 today at Full Council Meeting, with a new schedule of fees and charges to take effect from 1 July. Read more »

Dunedin Gets Ready For Matariki

Press Release – Otago Museum

Matariki and Puaka are being celebrated in Dunedin with a dawn ceremony this Sunday on 4 July. Matariki Ahuka Nui starts at 7am on the Museum Reserve with karakia to welcome the stars into the dawn sky and whakamaumahara to remember those who have passed away. Read more »

Neuron Mobility’s E-scooters To Arrive In Hamilton With A Range Of Cutting-edge Safety Features

Press Release – Neuron Mobility

Safety-first, Neuron Mobility, will be launching the first of their e-scooters in Hamilton from 1 July and e-bikes later in the year Read more »

Management Committee Formed To Support Splice Construction Magic

Press Release – Netball New Zealand

Netball New Zealand (NNZ) has appointed a three-person management committee to oversee the Splice Construction Magic’s recruitment for the 2022 ANZ Premiership. Read more »

Icy Conditions On South Island Highways – 10 Am Update Tuesday

Press Release – NZTA

There are widespread winter conditions across much of the South Island/ Te Wai Pounamu this morning. Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency urges people to take extra care if they need to travel and be prepared. Read more »

A Return To Health For The New Chief Executive Of MASH Trust

Press Release – MASH Trust


Dr Karleen Edwards

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Council To Consider Funding For Whakatipu-based Arts & Culture Facility

Press Release – Queenstown Lakes District Council

Queenstown Lakes District Council (QLDC) elected members will be asked to confirm $5.4M grant funding for the development of an arts and cultural hub based in Frankton when they meet this Wednesday. Read more »

Lend A Hand, Give A Can And Feed A Kiwi Fam

Press Release – Foodstuffs NZ

A can-do attitude goes a long way, but a can of spaghetti for a struggling family can go much further.

PAK’nSAVE’s inaugural PAK’canSAVE campaign, on now until 11 July, asks customers to give a can and help feed a hungry fam. Read more »

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