557 days ago

Congratulations to Waitakere College!

The Trusts

Congratulations to Waitakere College who have raised $50,000 through Million Dollar Mission to help pay for gym equipment for their Inclusion Support Centre/Te Whare Rangimarie!

Waitakere College enrols many students with significant physical disabilities and needed funding for special equipment to assist them in class and around school. Your votes have helped them pay for that!

Remember, you can vote every day and every time you vote, the organisation you voted for will get $5 of funding from The Trusts.
Vote now at: www.milliondollarmission.co.nz...


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2 hours ago

Have your say on transport plans for Auckland’s northwest

NZ Transport Agency

The Supporting Growth Programme is planning the transport networks needed to support future urban growth in Auckland over the next 30 years, including the areas of Kumeu-Huapai, Riverhead, Redhills and Whenuapai. Some priority projects are underway, such as the Safe Roads SH16 Brigham Creek to Waimauku project.

We’re hosting open days in Massey, Riverhead and Kumeu where you can hear about current ideas and options for the rest of this network and give your feedback.

Click ‘Find out more’ below for the dates – you can also read about the options and submit feedback online.
Find out more

2 hours ago

'Are We There Yet?'

Walsh Trust

Come and celebrate 30years of WALSH Trust with us at our 'Are We There Yet?' post-institutional mental health services conference.

When: Friday 12 October 2018, 8.30am - 3.30pm
Where: 448 Old Te Atatu Rd, Te Atatu Peninsula, Waitakere, Auckland

The programme includes Key note speakers:
- Peter McGeorge (Consultant psychiatrist; St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, Australia)
- Marion Blake (CEO Platform Trust)
- CoLiberate's Jody Burrell and Sarah Tuck

Two panel discussions with mental health advocates.

Morning tea and lunch is provided and there is off street parking available at the venue.
Register here!

10 hours ago

Could the Alcohol Licensing Trusts model work for cannabis?

Hannah Ross Reporter from Western Leader

With a referendum on the legalisation of cannabis on the way, a researcher is looking at how a community trusts model could work for the regulation of cannabis.