Community Notices & Events
WDC Love Our City Summer Event Series
Love Our City – Play Local – Friday 31 January 6pm – 9pm, Cameron Street Laneway.
Come along to Cameron Street Laneway from 6pm to check out three awesome demonstrations of different recreational activities including Tai Chi and an opportunity to get involved and active!
The About Time Project – Whangarei Rolling Ball Clock extraordinary engineering masterpiece needs our support!
31 Pavers left available $500 each. Pledge your support now.
Free half-day small business workshops hosted by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa next month
There are three in the series:
- Getting into Business: The fundamentals of starting a business
- Improving Profitability: How to Increase profits without selling more
- Marketing and Networks: How to find and win the right customers
To register clink on the links below
2020 Australasia Pacific International Community Development Conference
NorthTec is proud to host the 2020 Australasia Pacific International Community Development Conference in April. This is a chance to share Northland’s awesome community development initiatives on an international stage!! Calling all practitioners, academics, trainers – check out the below link to submit your paper, poster, workshop, presentation or even short film abstract by 20th January. Get in touch for more details ⬇️⬇️ https://www.aotearoacommunitydevelopmentassociation.com/conference2020
Northland Regional Council – New Scholarship
Applications for our new Tū i te ora Scholarship open on 14 December 2019. The scholarship is aimed at recognising and supporting students to undertake study, research or training aligned to our mission: working together to create a healthy environment, strong economy and resilient communities. We are offering four scholarships worth $3000 each. Click here to find out more
Whangārei Rest Home Olympics
The event, held every year for at least the last decade, is a strong partnership between local rest home staff, carers, NorthTec, Northland Parafed, Radius Care staff, Whangarei District Council’s Positive Ageing Advisory Group (PAAG) members and its Community Development team. Read more