114 days ago

Tiakina te taiao!

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Kia ora! Are you passionate about looking after our environment? At Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, our Te Aka Pūtaiao certificate is fee free and provides students with a broad range of skills and knowledge examining traditional and contemporary models of science and the environment.

We are very excited to have had our first cohort of Northland students based in Kaeo focussing on conservation in their local area.

If you are a community group, marae or individual who’d like to study with us, we’d love to hear from you!
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More messages from your neighbours
7 hours ago

Silly Season = Great Business

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Motivated owner wanting to sell as family plans have changed. A great little business with opportunity to expand into a cafe or similar. If you're wanting to move to the beautiful Karikari Peninsula, but looking for some extra income to support the move, here it is. This is the only fast food outlet on the peninsula and the busy period is just about to begin. Buy it today in preparation for the summer months. Call me for more information.

9 hours ago

What's On: Waipapa Rotary Annual Book Fair

Tony & Alison Neighbourly Lead from Kamo

Ample parking. Wide range of books, fiction and non-fiction, Children’s books $1. Proceeds to support local charities. Opening times are Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November 9am to 2pm.
Waipapa Rotary Annual Book Fair
  • Kerikeri Sports Complex
1 day ago

What do you think about a load of uncovered dead calves?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

The Aucklander who saw the uncovered trailer said it was a "confronting sight - pretty gross". The driver did not appear to be breaking any laws but farming experts say the calves should've been covered for good taste. What do you think - is this just the reality of farming or should the public be protected from such sights?

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