These courses run for 5 consecutive weeks, and if they complete every session they will receive a $100 Countdown Voucher. Tamariki are welcome and there is a gas voucher given for them finding their own transport (or I could pick up if they are on the way the way). We also have someone to watch the babies so mama can participate in the session. Find out more >>
If your organisation has drug policy-related expertise, then share your views in this online consultation from The Civil Society Task Force on Drugs. Results will be presented to the High-Level Ministerial Segment of the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs in 2019.
Please participate in the consultation and fill out the survey by 31 October 2018. >>
We’ve recently told you about the seminars that Inland Revenue are running across the country to get you and your business ready for payday filing. If you are unable to attend one of the seminars in your region, Inland Revenue are hosting a free webinar on Monday 29 October which you can register now for to watch live or in your own time. From April 2019, all employers will need to file PAYE information every payday, so it’s important that you’re up to speed and know what you need to do and when >>
This report by Sesimani Havea and Supervisor Dr Siautu Alefaio-Tugia of Massey University explores how an indigenous Tongan faith based programme, Kainga Tu’umalie (Prosperous families) combined with indigenous Tongan cultural knowledge can prevent family violence from occurring, and heal and restore families where violence is present. Read the report >>
Do you have a personal commitment to connecting people with the environment?
If so, we invite you to submit an application for the role of Ecological Restoration Coordinator at The Whau River Catchment Trust, a charitable community based organisation. The Whau River Catchment Trust (WRCT) is the principal environmental umbrella organisation for the Whau River Catchment in conjunction with Friends of the Whau (FOW) volunteers. The role is a combination of restoration management of freshwater riparian streams, tidal saline river environments and coastal restoration/rehabilitation involving community events operating within the Whau River Catchment. >>