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11 Dec, 2017
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Tamaki for Generations newsletter issue 14
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11 Dec, 2017
Tāmaki News
A hobby fixing up old wooden items has now become a sustainable job for Henry Bernard and his wife Latoia.  After an accident, Henry was unable to continue working in his profession as a carpenter and had to look...
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11 Dec, 2017
Newsletters
Tamaki for Generations newsletter issue 14
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11 Dec, 2017
Tāmaki News
New houses are popping up like mushrooms in Glen Innes sub development Fenchurch Park. The area will include 113 social, affordable and private market homes, along with a neighbourhood park and two newly created...
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11 Dec, 2017
Tāmaki News
Labour weekend 2017 saw Tāmaki College celebrate 60 years of service to the Tāmaki community. Around 300 alumni joined the festivities over the three day event. It kicked off with a pōwhiri on 20 October, followed...
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11 Dec, 2017
Tāmaki News
Anne-Marie Erick and Gus Jeremiah are thrilled to have bought their own house in Glen Innes. The couple wanted to buy a house in the area because Anne-Marie grew up in Glen Innes and her parents and four of her...
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Representatives from TRC, Oranga Tamariki, Auckland District Health Board, Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board and Ruapotaka Marae attended the opening of the co-design hub on 24 October.
11 Dec, 2017
Tāmaki News
A new co-design hub designed to improve outcomes for the Tāmaki community has opened with the support of the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board. Through the hub, Tāmaki families will have the opportunity to help shape...
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Alex Eagle, Junior Ahomee and Rolland Fatai with their boss Mark  Bedford from Bridge City Interiors and Construction.
11 Dec, 2017
Tāmaki News
Three Tāmaki College Trades Academy graduates are stoked that work experience has led to them being accepted for apprenticeships. As part of their study, Rolland Fatai, Junior Ahomee and Alex Eagle have been working...
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Acrow labourers Rayquan Teariki and Terry Adamu with yard supervisor Ganesh Kumar
16 Oct, 2017
Tāmaki News
Rayquan Teariki and Terry Adamu are enjoying being part of a great team. In August, the Glen Innes cousins were hired by ELE Group to work at Acrow, New Zealand's largest scaffolding and events infrastructure company....
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3 Aug, 2017
Tāmaki News
Changes are happening in Tāmaki. Come to a drop-in information session in your area. Find out more about the regeneration programme and what it means for you. Talk with us about: • Jobs and training •...
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Te Whare Piringa centre manager DJ Tuaru Temu, TRC strategy and performance general manager Shelley Katae, Vector representatives Edward Robinson, Jay Kesha and Peter Hicks at Te Whare Piringa.
3 Aug, 2017
Tāmaki News
Community facility Te Whare Piringa in Glen Innes is one step closer to becoming self-sustainable. The hall on Fenchurch Street was fitted out with eight solar panels in mid-July. That’s enough to generate...
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Auckland Council sport and recreation lead Duncan Chisholm, Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board member Nerissa Henry, board member Chris Makoare, Spark’s head of brand, communications and experience Sarah Williams and board chairperson Josephine Bartley.
3 Aug, 2017
Tāmaki News
The new and improved court at Elstree North Reserve in Glen Innes is already proving popular with locals. It’s the last of five courts to be delivered across the city as part of Spark and Auckland Council’s...
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