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GPS tracking collars on predators in rural Taranaki

Wednesday 13 March

GPS tracking collars on stoats in rural Taranaki may look cute, but they will provide vital information to help understand these notorious predators.

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Enter the 2019 Diversity Awards NZ™

27 February

Showcase your workplace diversity and inclusion initiatives by entering the 2019 Diversity Awards NZ™.

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Strike gold at Pukeiti on Sunday

Myth has come to life at Pukeiti, where a shimmering golden tree is dazzling visitors and gardeners alike.

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Six out of six for garden treasure Tūpare

4 February

Premier heritage garden Tūpare has earned the NZ Gardens Trust’s highest six-star rating – a distinction shared by only 13 other locations nationally.

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Eltham Movies in the Park

30 January 

What better way is there than to spend a Sunday afternoon relaxing in the park watching movies?

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“Perfect honeymoon” removing possums in a New Zealand-first

28 January

A new married couple are spending their honeymoon removing possums in New Zealand’s first large-scale possum eradication operation, as part of Towards Predator-Free Taranaki.

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Summer Sounds in the Park – Featuring Rodger Fox Band

24 January

Summer Sounds in the Park is returning to Hāwera’s King Edward Park this Sunday 27 January.

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New trapping technology for rural New Plymouth

New trapping technology is helping the large-scale removal of stoats, ferrets and weasels in rural New Plymouth – the first step in a large scale rural operation that will be a New Zealand first.

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Kaponga LibraryPlus Gets Bodywork and Facelift

12 December

The newly strengthened Kaponga LibraryPlus was re-opened by South Taranaki Mayor Ross Dunlop at a celebratory afternoon tea on Wednesday (12 December).

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Funding Secured for Pātea’s Hunter Shaw Building

12 December

A $450,000 grant from the Lotteries Community Facilities Fund for earthquake strengthening Pātea’s Hunter Shaw building means tenders can now go out for the project.

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