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Street Cameras Make A Difference

Friday, 15 March 2002, 3:58 pm | Manakau City

The evaluation of the Manukau City Council trial of monitored street cameras at Hunter’s Corner, Papatoetoe confirms cameras do make a difference. More >>

Tragedy at community pool

Thursday, 24 January 2002, 1:24 pm | Manakau City

A four year old boy from the Mangere community drowned at the Southern Campus pool yesterday afternoon. The circumstances behind the tragedy are not clear yet but the Council is assisting the Police with all their enquiries. More >>

D-Day For Hazardous Goods

Wednesday, 29 August 2001, 1:04 pm | Manakau City

Unwanted hazardous waste can now be disposed of safely as mobile collection points are set up around Manukau. More >>

Clarinet Magic at Nathan Homestead

Wednesday, 29 August 2001, 1:04 pm | Manakau City

Treat yourself to a very special concert of classical clarinet on September the 2nd, 2.00 p.m., at the Nathan Homestead. More >>

What A Load Of Rubbish!

Monday, 27 August 2001, 5:23 pm | Manakau City

Manukau residents are eagerly getting rid of their unwanted rubbish now that inorganic collections have begun in the city. More >>

Bohemia and Classics at Nathan Homestead

Monday, 13 August 2001, 3:20 pm | Manakau City

Treat yourself to a very special concert of Bohemian and classical music at 2pm on August the 19th at the Manurewa Community Arts Centre (Nathan Homestead). More >>

More ‘wired’ and more ‘tired’

Monday, 13 August 2001, 3:11 pm | Manakau City

Recent research and insights from the NZ Hillary Commission is suggesting that the pace of life is increasing dramatically and ‘pause time’ has shrunk. Overall the time available for leisure is under stress - we are “more wired and tired”. More >>

Manukau Libraries Pacific Island Week

Tuesday, 7 August 2001, 8:26 pm | Manakau City

Manukau’s Pacific Island young people will have the chance to celebrate and showcase their culture when Pacific Island Week begins on 13 August. Run each year by Manukau City Council’s Libraries, the theme this year is ‘Youth Pasifika 2001’ aimed at Pacific ... More >>

Manurewa Town Centre Far Cry From Four Mud Huts

Tuesday, 7 August 2001, 6:25 pm | Manakau City

Manurewa has grown from four mud huts and 11 houses in 1874 to one of the fastest growing wards in the city. Manukau City Council is asking for submissions to decide whether a Draft Concept Plan outlining how Manurewa town centre will grow and look ... More >>

‘Tupu’ - New Library With Youth Focus For Manukau

Thursday, 26 July 2001, 1:45 pm | Manakau City

A new library catering for the research and study needs of the young people of Manukau’s Otara Flatbush community will be officially opened on 4th August by the Hon Sandra Lee, Deputy Leader of the Alliance Party and Sir Barry Curtis, Mayor of Manukau. More >>

Te Ao Maori Week Celebrates The Maori World

Monday, 9 July 2001, 7:43 pm | Manakau City

Manukau Libraries will be celebrating the Maori language and the ‘Maori world’ in the last week of July with a range of stimulating activities and a competition for our students to get creative with language and art activities. More >>

Ban The Burglar Programme Gains Momentum

Monday, 9 July 2001, 7:41 pm | Manakau City

Ban the burglar, the initiative launched last year which uses the combined resources of Neighbourhood Support, Victim Support and the police to keep our communities safe, is gaining momentum this month with the launch of Ban the Burglar Kits for schools. More >>

Primary schools compete for regional kapahaka

Friday, 15 June 2001, 5:29 pm | Manakau City

Manukau City Council and Toi o Manukau are pleased to support next week’s Auckland Region Primary Schools Kapahaka Competition. More >>

Select Committee Confirms Council’s Decision

Thursday, 7 June 2001, 5:05 pm | Manakau City

Recommendations from the recent Local Government and Environmental Select Committee report for Manukau City Council to remove bulk asbestos containing material (ACM) from five properties comes two months after positive discussions and an agreement ... More >>

Recycling Better Than Expected

Thursday, 24 May 2001, 5:35 pm | Manakau City

Residents recycled approximately 600 tonnes of glass, plastic and cans – much more than expected – in the first month of household recycling in Manukau. More >>

Pilot Study To Examine Needs Of Migrants

Friday, 11 May 2001, 5:11 pm | Manakau City

Manukau City Council and Auckland City Council are working together on a joint pilot study aimed at finding ways of improving the settlement of migrants in the Auckland region. More >>

Council To Re-Sand Eastern Beach

Friday, 11 May 2001, 5:10 pm | Manakau City

Manukau City Council is to restore the sand levels along the entire face of Eastern Beach in Pakuranga. It will be a major project involving the transfer of sand from a site in the Firth of Thames. More >>

Forum for Manurewa’s Youth

Tuesday, 1 May 2001, 6:38 pm | Manakau City

Tired of others trying to solve ‘youth problems’? Want to get involved and contribute to finding local solutions for local youth problems? More >>

Manukau City Team Wins National Competition

Wednesday, 11 April 2001, 5:08 pm | Manakau City

A team from Manukau City Council has won the 2001 Local Government Management Association Management Challenge, a national competition featuring teams from local government organisations. More >>

Recycling Proves A Hit

Wednesday, 11 April 2001, 9:03 am | Manakau City

The first week of household recycling in Manukau was a runaway success. Everyone wanted a piece of the action. More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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