COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY

encouraging a feeling of belonging, making a difference to our fellow beings

Moth Plant- What a Pest!
May 16, 2021 Ambury Farm Park | CARING | COMMUNITY | Education | Pest Control | Tararata Stream

Friends of the Farm (FoF) partnered with the Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board to run a competition to see who could collect the most Moth Plant pods.

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Reducing Plastic – one family at a time
May 14, 2021 COMMUNITY | Education | WASTEWISE | Workshops

Robyn tells us of the wastewise fun that was had at a Friends of the Farm beeswax wrap workshop…

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Rubbish!
May 12, 2021 CARING | COMMUNITY | Education | Māngere Bridge Library | WASTEWISE

Local Māngere Bridge resident Robyn Martin shares her story of discovering – and joining – Friends of the Farm

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St James Church: Celebrating Life & Death
May 12, 2021 CARING | COMMUNITY | Local Treasures | Mangere Bridge Village | Newsletter Issue 2 - May 2021

Māngere Bridge is a community with a story. A special chapter is the story of St James church.

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The Central Interceptor
March 2, 2021 Central Interceptor | COMMUNITY | Manukau Harbour | Watercare

The Central Interceptor is New Zealand’s largest ever Wastewater Project. When completed in 2025 there will be a 14.7km long tunnel.

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Rachel: Everyday Māngere Bridge hero making a difference.
February 20, 2021 CARING | COMMUNITY | CONNECTED | Our People | WASTEWISE

Finding creative ways to care for our environment, Rachel and her family walk their talk.

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Community & Watercare
November 13, 2020 Central Interceptor | COMMUNITY | CONNECTED | Manukau Harbour | Newsletter Issue 1 - Nov 2020 | Pest Control | Watercare | Watercare Community Liaison Group

The Watercare Community Liaison Group now meets quarterly as a requirement of the company’s resource consent. Here are some recent updates.

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Tararata Stream
November 10, 2020 CARING | COMMUNITY | Manukau Harbour | Newsletter Issue 1 - Nov 2020 | Tararata Stream | WASTEWISE

Did you know that, as Mangere Bridge locals, we live very close to a fish that’s rarer than a kiwi?

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