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Northland outdoor education centre gets $10k to help low decile schoolkids

from NorthAble Information Centre

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A Bay of Islands outdoor education centre has won $10,000 in a national competition to continue to provide free camps for students from low decile schools from across New Zealand.

Whangārei tutor embraces the beauty of te reo Māori culture

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Before going to his marae in Opononi, former Aucklander Mike Looker was always a little apprehensive he'd be tapped on the shoulder to speak in te reo.

Northland set for big Hullabaloo as children's art festival brings entertainers aplenty

from NorthAble Information Centre

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Some of New Zealand's most popular kids and family entertainers are heading to Northland next month for the Hullabaloo Children's Arts Festival.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 14/09/2020

from Firstport

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 7/09/2020

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Covid-19 masks; local public transport users urged to do their bit

from NorthAble Information Centre

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Northlanders are being asked to do their bit to protect themselves and others from Covid-19 and follow new central government rules making it compulsory to wear masks on the region’s...

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 31/08/2020

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 24/08/2020

from Firstport

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 17/08/2020

from Firstport

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Protected News

from Taranaki Disabilities Information Centre

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To help protect our Taranaki Coastal Region and to slow the potential spread of COVID-19 the levels of cleaning and hygiene have been increased on our services.