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Taranaki Community Update: Mangahewa News – September 2019

I am very excited to share the recent news about Todd’s partnership with St John Ambulance, who intend on establishing three brand-new ambulance centres in New Plymouth, Stratford and Hawera. The new centres will replace existing facilities which are no longer fit-for purpose. Each will be operational from December this year in New Plymouth, mid-2020 in Stratford and mid 2021 in Hawera.

St John Ambulance is a much-needed organisation that directly benefits communities right across the Taranaki region, operating 24/7 to provide life-saving services when they are needed most. Todd is very proud to be partnering with St John, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with the local team as they continue to meet the growing needs of our community.

The last quarter has been a busy one for the Todd team. We have finished drilling at our Mangahewa G site in North Taranaki, and the rig will be demobilised in October 2019.

The drilling campaign has been successful and we really appreciate the support from neighbours, landowners and the surrounding community.

Further south, construction of the access track and bridge at our Kapuni J wellsite is now complete and, once again, the team and I are very grateful to everyone for their patience throughout the construction period. The next phase of construction will be the Kapuni J wellsite itself and this is currently scheduled to start in November 2019.

I look forward to seeing you all at our Christmas community meetings later in the year – in Kapuni on Thursday 28 November and in Tikorangi on Thursday 12 December. Until then, if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our Community team on 0800 001 007.

Kind regards,
Joanna

Taranaki Community Update

Issue 22, September 2019
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  • Zeal provides a platform for Taranaki’s youth
  • Supporting the next generation of geologists out in the field
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