Newsletter Issue 1 – Nov 2020
November 30, 2020 NEWSLETTERS

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Tēnā koutou, Malo e lelei, Talofa lava

Welcome to the first edition of It’s all about Māngere Bridge, brought to you by Friends of the Farm.

We’re a dedicated bunch of locals who meet monthly and do activities to build community, reduce waste and care for our natural environment.

Our vision is of a caring, connected, wastewise community.

A community newsletter is a great way to connect every household in Māngere Bridge, and to share what’s happening in our patch.

The above whakataukī or proverb, E koekoe te tūī, e ketekete te kākā, e kūkū te kererū, reminds us to value our diversity as a community.

“The tūī chatters, the parrot gabbles and the wood pigeon coos.” The many birds in the forest make up the bird song; we are all unique and contribute to the world around us.

We invite anyone who lives or works in Māngere Bridge to contribute to this community newsletter. Send us your news, stories, events, activities, actions and achievements.

If you run a local business, take the opportunity to buy some advertising space (on the back page).

And if you can help in other ways, let us know! Everyone’s contributions will help make the newsletter relevant, keep us informed about what’s happening locally, and reflect our rich diversity. Send us an email to:

A special thank you to Māngere Ōtāhuhu Local Board for helping to establish this newsletter. We’re also very grateful to FreshChoice for their ongoing sponsorship.

Ngā mihi koutou – greetings to all.

Newsletter Issue 1 (Nov 2020) Article List

Community & Watercare

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

Welcome leadership from FreshChoice

We meet Shane and Marcella who are leading the great team at our local Supermarket.
Tararata Stream

Tararata Stream

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

Our People – Emily Muli

Meet Emily Muli, a talented entertainer who grew up in Māngere Bridge and attended Waterlea Primary...