This year's theme is "Take time to kōrero/mā te kōrero, ka ora - a little chat can go a long way". Mental Health Awareness Week is a great reminder to connect with the people in your life and create a safe space for conversations about mental health & wellbeing.
"Whether it’s checking in with a mate, having a kōrero over some kai or saying hello to a stranger, a little chat can go a long way." - Mental Health Foundation
Find out today by accessing the latest climate science for your property with Climate Insights.
To get a comfortable, efficient, durable home you will need to consider a changing climate. Wind, rain, temperature, humidity, fire risk, sea-level changes can all influence how you and your family enjoy your property.
The Climate Insights property report is a great place to start when buying, renting or investing in a house.
The Melanesian Mission Trust Board is seeking to sell the newly restored Kohimarama Forest to housing developers.
Please help join the efforts to keep this forest in collective, public hands and available for the next generations.
More info: www.kohiforest.com...
Stewart Harvey, Principal Trustee at Public Trust Waikato, says "seizing the moment" is essential so things aren't left to chance - and it's easier than you think. Stewart had a chat with Stuff.co.nz recently, check out the article in the link below.