(from left) The pilot with Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngati Awa CEO Enid Ratahi-Pryor CEO and kaimahi Reina Hale, Des Harawira, Moana Delaney and Jess Faga loading up food for Mōtītī Island whānau during lockdown.
The brain drain of inactivity is a real thing. And I admit to being inactive during the Covid-19 lockdown. March 26 began with great intentions however, just like a New Year’s resolution, they didn’t last. Cobwebs are again gathering on the bike, the trainers have resettled back at the bottom […]
With yesterdays announcement that we will remain in Alert Level 4 until 11.59 pm Monday 27 April, New Zealanders can rest assured that Fire and Emergency will continue to be here for our communities. Chief Executive Rhys Jones says Fire and Emergency will continue to take precautions to keep our […]
A number of local Sawmills are back up and running as part of a phased sector restart of parts of the forestry sector. The phased restart has been necessary to ensure the continued supply of essential services during Alert Level 4, says Deputy Director-General of Te Uru Rākau Julie Collins. […]