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Critical ambulance services in the Taranaki region will receive a major boost with the establishment of three new St John Ambulance centres, to be located in New Plymouth, Hawera and Stratford. The new ambulance centres will be constructed with support from Todd Energy, and are currently expected to be operational in New Plymouth from December...
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A group of Year 12 students from Sacred Heart Girls College recently pulled together their very own Wellbeing Week – a three-day event focussing on mental and physical health, and wellbeing, supported by Todd Energy. The event brought together a number of different initiatives – from a group boxing session which saw more than 50...
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Taranaki Retreat, a community sanctuary created to provide a time-out space for families and individuals to stay, free of charge, when times are tough, is going to be even better equipped thanks to a brand-new defibrillator, installed with the help of Todd Energy. Jamie Allen, who dreamed up the idea of creating a community safe...
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This Story was originally published on Stuff World music festival WOMAD has announced a 10-year partnership deal with the New Plymouth District Council. The international arts festival has based its New Zealand leg in New Plymouth for the past 16 years. New Plymouth District Mayor Neil Holdom said WOMAD is “part of Taranaki’s DNA”, and...
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The Taranaki On-Call Rescue Squad were awarded Innovation of the Year at the annual Taranaki Surf Lifesaving Awards earlier this month for the introduction of their custom rescue jet ski, which has been operating in Taranaki waters since January. The jet ski, which has already played a critical role in supporting multiple water rescues this...
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In early May, I participated on a panel at the Just Transition Summit here in New Plymouth. The first event of its kind, the Summit was an opportunity for Government, business, industry, unions, iwi and the community to come together to discuss and define what a just transition to a low emissions future looks like...
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In late January, the New Zealand Surf Lifesaving Representative Challenge took place in Gisborne in perfect conditions, bringing together teams from all over the North Island. The Taranaki team, sponsored by Todd Energy, represented the region with pride and raced to the best of their ability says Taranaki team manager, Ross Lilley. “Last year the...
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In late March more than a hundred people came together to play in the annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of Taranaki annual golf fun fundraiser, held at the Ngamotu Golf Course in New Plymouth. With 22 five-person teams, the event is a big one for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Taranaki, says Project Leader –...
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Welcome to our first Community Update for 2019 – and what a productive start to the year it has been. Our Mangahewa G programme started as anticipated in early January and is making good progress. We have completed drilling the first well and operations on site are tracking to plan as we drill ahead on...
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Originally posted on WOMAD and republished with permission WOMAD’s zero waste results have increased by a monumental 26 per cent in three years and are now reaching record breaking heights. In 2018 WOMAD organisers, along with the help of more than 100 zero waste volunteers, recycled and composted a record breaking 90 per cent, or 23,060...
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