COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme The Wage Subsidy Scheme, announced as part of the Government’s economic response package to COVID-19, has been modified. The scheme helps businesses that need to shut down under Alert Level 4 pay workers for an extended period of time. The modified Wage Subsidy Scheme will […]
For your Well-Being and Mental Health during this trying time, we have put together a contact list of services you might need.. Lifeline 0800 543 354 or free text 4357 Womens Refuge 0800REFUGE SHINE 0508 744 633 Alcohol and drug helpline 0800 787 797 CADS 09 845 1818 Narcotics Anonymous […]
Due to Covid-19, The Nukutawhiti Whānau will be placing signage at the Twin Bridges and Reserve stating that Tourists and Freedom Campers are not welcome and to leave immediately. This will be in place until further notice and will be monitored daily. Enquiries: Sharon 021 164 1604, […]
Short Tail Bat This endangered ancient species is unique to NZ only and found in very few locations. It only weighs up to 15g. Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi had the opportunity to head into the ngāhere to visit two newly discovered roosting sites. Along with local mana whenua and Department […]
Microplastics are a globally significant environmental pollutant. They are a potential threat to our coastal waters and kaimoana. Current research undertaken throughout the Auckland region, has shown that the New Zealand green-lipped mussel has been found with microplastics inside. The most common plastic found in mussels was polyethylene, the most […]
Kia ora koutou, If you would like to register for the FREE strategic planning workshops to be held on March 6th and April 8th in Rawene, you must click on the link below: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/92581928039 you will need to click ‘tickets’ or ‘register’ and fill in your name. * These workshops […]
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