Police acknowledge the guilty pleas in the Christchurch Mosque attacks prosecution that were entered in the Christchurch High Court today.
The guilty pleas to 51 charges of murder, 40 charges of attempted murder and one charge of engaging in a terrorist act were taken via an AVL link from Auckland Prison. More >>
Do you suddenly have a lot more time on your hands? Are you simply itching to make a difference for your community?
Use your time and your talents to apply for one of Like Minds, Like Mine P?tea Hapori or Community Grants, which are now open and still accepting applications!
Following the government announcement that we are now under the Level 4 Alert we have made immediate changes. All of the Community Waitakere Team will now be working remotely. We are actively working behind the scenes and will bring you any new or helpful information as it comes to hand, together we can all help stop the spread and we are actively looking at ways we can continue to work, connect and strengthen our community during this time...
Auckland Council’s Community and Social Policy Department is working to update Council’s 10-year community development plan – the Thriving Communities Action Plan. This plan was published in 2014 and it is being updated so that it can better reflect Auckland’s population growth and changing demographics. This plan directs how Council supports community led development and invests in communities through: events, festivals, grants, community leases, community programmes, social procurement, community facilities (such as libraries, community centres), capacity building support, community partnerships and more. We invite you to find out more and to register to attend one of the five events from the Thriving Communities Refresh – Regional Hui Series by clicking on the links below:
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This workshop provides a peek into the world of Rongoa Rakau: Traditional Maori Plant Medicine. We will explore a selection of native plants and discuss key philosophies, principles and processes of Rongoa Maori. There will be an opportunity to taste a remedy suited to the time of the year.
Thursdays 11.30am to 1pm at New Lynn and Avondale Libraries. Find out more >>
Sport Waitakere is looking to appoint two new Trustees who are passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of people in our West Auckland communities where they live, learn, work and play.
We are looking for applicants who have governance experience and are enthusiastic and committed team players who are willing to support Sport Waitakere to fulfil its potential as a progressive organisation. More >>