A Local Expression of a Global Movement
2020 Australasia Pacific International Community Development Conference
April 20-22 2020, 9.30am to 4.30pm daily
North Tec Campus, 51 Raumanga Valley Rd, Raumanga, Whangarei
Earlybird Pricing - before 1st February 2020 More >>
Want to stay up-to-date with regional community housing matters and discuss strategic issues relevant to your work? You might like to consider joining one of the regional community housing networks up and running in Auckland and the South Island. Both networks meet regularly – please contact David Zussman at Community Housing Aotearoa to be put in touch with the network chairs >>
“Toward a Pest Free Te Atatu Peninsula”
Harbourview Orangihina Wetland Restoration - Predator Control (Te Atatu Peninsula) – Trapping the 2nd Saturday of every month.
Next event Saturday 14th December 9am to 11
Then 11th January
Meet at: Harbourview Orangihina Park, Gloria Ave, off Te Atatu Rd. Look for the Forest and Bird Signage.
We're full and need new rooms urgently!
At HELP, we’re FULL! – unfortunately not because of the endless birthday cakes or Christmas goodies that we seem to find at our meetings. Our office has reached its capacity and there’s NO ROOM AT THE INN for our Crisis Team! Can you help us find another office or space to move into? Somewhere close to Mt Eden and accessible by public transport for our clients. Do you know of a suitable building or know someone who may know, please let us know! >>
Aucklanders from all walks of life are being encouraged to apply for Auckland Council’s six demographic advisory panels. The panels are an important part of council’s governance structure, advising elected members and staff about plans and strategies that impact their communities.
Up to twelve positions are now available on each panel - the Disability Advisory Panel, Ethnic Peoples Advisory Panel, Pacific Peoples Advisory Panel, Rainbow Communities Advisory Panel, Seniors Advisory Panel and Youth Advisory Panel. Panel membership offers a unique opportunity for passionate and motivated Aucklanders to help ensure that the council’s decisions reflect the views and needs of the city’s diverse communities. More >>