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Construction progress and open day

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The golden weather has been very helpful to the Onehunga Foreshore Restoration project’s earthworks over the past few months – the new coastline has started to take shape. An open day is being held so the community can have a closer look at how the new land is being formed.

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The Sun was out for the Anzacs

 

anzac-web-1The rain might have been pelting down in the wee small hours, but as Daelwool Auckland Brass lead the Anzac Parade down Onehunga Mall to ‘It’s a Long Way to Tipperary’ the sun was well and truly out- something that a lively mixture of young and old supporters looked especially happy about.

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Auckland Council release: Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund

aucklandCCThe Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund is a new grants programme established to support projects that help to reduce and minimise the amount of waste going to landfill. This fund emerged from the Waste Management and Minimisation Plan (WMMP), adopted in June 2012.

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Giving a local historic building a new lease on life

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By AUT journalism student, Lucy Curno

Twin brick buildings from the 1920’s, used as manual blocks for school children around Auckland, have been transformed.

Onehunga resident Amanda Easterbrook took on a ten year lease from KiwiRail for the historical buildings at 82 and 84 Selwyn Street.  Having already worked on 82, she has just completed restoring the neglected second building, No. 84, over nearly ten months.

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CAB addresses Tenancy in Awareness Week

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March 20, 2013

It’s CAB awareness week and the Onehunga Citizens Advice Bureau- one of the busiest branches in the country- is focusing on the theme of Tenancy. As a free service CAB offers advice on a myriad of issues, including tenancy, neighbourhood disputes, budgeting and immigration.

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Community revs up in excess of $10,000 for CLM charity

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March 20, 2013

Staff at CLM Onehunga are in awe of the support they’ve had for their recent Rev-athon, held for 24 hours on March 15 and 16. Staff literally turned the gym “upside down” as bikes were moved downstairs for 16 teams of people to pedal in the name of charity.

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