About 76% of people travel to work in Tauranga in a car on their own, compared to 68% nationwide.
Tomorrow is World Car Free Day and the perfect opportunity to give another way of travelling a go. What will you choose?
The bus? 🚌
Working from home? 🏠
Or will you be heading into work or school on an e-scooter? 🛴
Head to www.tauranga.govt.nz... and find out how you can get involved.
Te Tohu Toi Tangata - Bachelor of Humanities
Meet Christina Nuku who graduated with majors in Indigenous Studies and Policy. Through Awanuiārangi, Christina experienced a 3-month exchange programme at the University of Northern British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. She shares “the exchange connected me with the Nisga’a people, First Nations tribal systems, communities and hauora programmes. It informed my studies and opened my mind. It was a genuine privilege to connect with the tangata whenua there, and an opportunity I would never otherwise have had”
“The difference at Awanuiārangi is the whanaungatanga. Our kaiako cultivated a supportive and nurturing environment”. Study remotely with us in 2021!
It sparks a debate, and will the Council listen, NO.
Just got the biggest juiciest lemons from a kids’ stall in Harbour Drive. Only $1 each and double the size of the more expensive imported supermarket ones! Looks like they’ve got plenty.