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Taking a tour through Range View
On Saturday, 22 July, community members and neighbours of 20 new state homes in Range View Road were…
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Waikōwhai welcomes new homes
Wet weather couldn’t stop more than 60 people checking out the first new Kāinga Ora homes in the Wai…
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Meet Jodie Humphrey – Stakeholder Relationship Manager, Kāinga Ora
What does your role involve?
My role is to support the Kāinga Ora build programme, and the delivery …
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Revitalising the Sea Scout Hall at Murray Halberg Park
Since its establishment in 1937, the Sea Scout Hall in Ōwairaka has been an important community hub,…
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Work experience programme offers a window into a future career
Rangatahi in Roskill Development are getting on the tools to help build warm and dry new homes in th…
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Matariki weaves through Wesley
As Matariki twinkled in the winter sky, Wesley was weaving and making stars of its own.
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Buddies band together to get on the ladder
We meet a couple of mates who went down the co-ownership route to achieve their dream of owning thei…
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Kiwi builds a brand new future
Owning a home has long been on Natasha Covic’s mind. She’s been squirrelling money away for the last…
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The tale of Tohu: Te Tohu o Te Auaunga (the symbol of our awa)
Many people contributed to creating a Tohu (symbol) unique to Auckland’s longest urban river, Te Aua…
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Ōwairaka trees have found their new homes
In July last year, the trees from the former Ōwairaka Community Hub and Info Cube site embarked on a…
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Meet the family behind Roops, Roskill’s most loved Indian sweets and snacks shop
Alexia Santamaria meets the family behind Roops, Roskill’s most loved Indian sweets and snacks shop,…
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