Our friends at the Wellington Fire Service Support Unit were recipients of an AMI Community Grant last year! Here's a few words from the team:
"We put the AMI Community Grant to good use very quickly. It enabled our volunteer brigade to purchase a set of robust scene lights which have already been used to increase safety at multiple emergency incidents. All our members have a passion for helping our neighbours when times get tough and thanks to the AMI Community Grants we are able to do even more." - Jono Ashman, Officer in Charge, Wellington Operational Support
Are you involved with an organisation or project doing good in the community but needing a helping hand? Make sure you apply for an AMI Community Grant. There's $15,000 up for grabs!
Kia ora neighbours. A brave Auckland woman has shared her experience of what life was like with her husband behind bars, and the lasting effect it's had on her and her children.
She's calling on the government to do more to support families of prisoners.
You can read her powerful account via the read more button below.
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Auckland Transport's board may drop all or some of the planned speed restrictions on nearly 800 Auckland roads. Some might not make sense but if a lot are dropped following consultatio, how can Aucklanders be sure that it not simply because a reduction is unpopular? Read the story below:
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