Poor water quality affects all of us - doing nothing is not an option.
Population growth and climate change are putting increasing pressure on our water supply and many of our water pipes are leaky or broken and will be costly to fix. A number of our urban streams and rivers are in poor health, are highly modified or are piped. Poor water quality makes our streams and rivers unsafe to swim and impacts mahinga kai (food).
Join the conversation on water with the Whaitua Committee! Pop over to our stall at the Island Bay Festival Day in the Bay 2020 on Sunday 9 February. See you there!
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The Wellington mum and businesswoman talks caravan holidays, stress eating, and "clean green" New Zealand.
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For many New Zealanders, there's never been a better time to give themselves DIY bangs, a drunken bowl cut or partial shave of the head.
But worried stylists across the country are preparing for the hair-pocalypse when salons reopen. Have you resorted to cutting your own hair? How did it go?
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