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P - Methampetamine Awareness Seminar
1 May 2018

P or Methampetamine is on the rise and affecting our communities regardless of age, gender and profession.

Supported by the Breakthrough Forum this free community event will be at:

The Orchard Church, 10 Macloughlin Drive, Te Puke

More information here

COBOP Steering Group Meeting
4 May 2018
LGNZ Regional Sector Group Meeting
4 May 2018
LGNZ Regional Sector Group meeting for Regional and Unitary Sector Chairs, Mayors and Chief Executives.
 
Contact: Clare Wooding, Principal Policy Advisor
Bay of Connections Governance Group Meeting
9 May 2018

For more information contact Bay of Connections

An Overview of the Findings - Mapping the Social Sector WBOP
14 May 2018
You are invited to join MP Jan Tinetti and other members of the social sector in the western Bay of Plenty for the launch of For the Greater Good – Mapping the Social Sector – an overview of the findings, which begins to tell the story of the social sector.
 
This report aims to increase our understanding of the social sector, raise its profile and help inform stakeholders in the wider western Bay of Plenty about the work that the social sector does and it contributes to the region’s development and wellbeing.
 
Go to the Social Link website here for more information and registration
What does the Comprehensive and Progressive TPP mean to you?
16 May 2018
“The government wants you to have accurate information about different trade agreements and how you will be affected by them.  But information flows are needed in both directions.  If we, in government, are to make good decisions then we need information from you to know about your concerns and the interests of New Zealanders including tangata whenua.”  Hon David Parker, Minister for Trade and Export Growth
 
Key note Speaker: Martin Harvey, Lead Negotiator of the EU-NZ FTA
Novotel Rotorua, Tutanekai Street, Rotorua
 
More information here
 

 

TechWeek Tauranga 2018
21 May 2018

TechweekNZ is a nationwide initiative which works with local teams to create curated community programmes. Techweek’s mission is to gain recognition for New Zealand globally as a beautiful country where world-leading solutions are born. This years theme is: ​‘innovation that’s good for the world’.   

For more information go here

Midland Region Child Health Data Report Release
22 May 2018
You are invited to the release of the Midland Region Child Health data report
 
* consolidated reporting
* equity section
* comparative across the region
 
Venue: Bay of Plenty DHB Conference Centre Clinical Library Ground Floor, Main Hospital Bldg, Tauranga Hospital
 
Date: Tuesday 22 May 2018 at 10.00-12.00pm
 
This is an open invitation
 
Queries to Karen Smith BOPDHB 021473650 
 
 
TechWeek Tauranga 2018
22 May 2018

TechweekNZ is a nationwide initiative which works with local teams to create curated community programmes. Techweek’s mission is to gain recognition for New Zealand globally as a beautiful country where world-leading solutions are born. This years theme is: ​‘innovation that’s good for the world’.   

For more information go here

TechWeek Tauranga 2018
23 May 2018

TechweekNZ is a nationwide initiative which works with local teams to create curated community programmes. Techweek’s mission is to gain recognition for New Zealand globally as a beautiful country where world-leading solutions are born. This years theme is: ​‘innovation that’s good for the world’.   

For more information go here

TechWeek Tauranga 2018
24 May 2018

TechweekNZ is a nationwide initiative which works with local teams to create curated community programmes. Techweek’s mission is to gain recognition for New Zealand globally as a beautiful country where world-leading solutions are born. This years theme is: ​‘innovation that’s good for the world’.   

For more information go here

TechWeek Tauranga 2018
25 May 2018

TechweekNZ is a nationwide initiative which works with local teams to create curated community programmes. Techweek’s mission is to gain recognition for New Zealand globally as a beautiful country where world-leading solutions are born. This years theme is: ​‘innovation that’s good for the world’.   

For more information go here

Breakfast event focuses on immigration policies
30 May 2018

Tauranga Chamber of Commerce is hosting Iain Lees-Galloway at a breakfast meeting at the end of May.  Mr Lees-Galloway is the Member of Parliament for Palmerston North and currently Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety, Immigration and ACC. 

He will talk about the government’s immigration policies and how they apply to business, particularly in an area that relies heavily on an immigrant especially sectors such as the kiwifruit industry that rely heavily on immigrant labour.  This event is being held from 7.30am until 9am on Wednesday 30 May at Trinity Wharf Hotel, Dive Cr, Tauranga and costs $55 for Chamber members and $65 for non-members to attend. 

For further information and to register go here

LGNZ Water Summit 2018
30 May 2018

Local Government New Zealand, in conjunction with Water NZ and IPWEA, is hosting a Water Summit which will explore the key issues of drinking water regulation, infrastructure funding, freshwater management and allocation.

More information and registration here.

Korero Matauranga - Education Conversation Survey
31 May 2018
We’d like a chat. About something really important to us all. Education.
 
Education should give every New Zealander the freedom and opportunity to be the best they can be. That’s the education system we want for the future. But to achieve it we need your help.  Because education belongs to, and is about, all of us.
 
That’s why we want all of you – children, young people, parents, teachers, employers, iwi, families and whānau – to have a conversation about building not just a better education system, but the world’s best.   Because second-best isn’t good enough for our kids. Or for New Zealand.
 
Survey closes 31 May 2018
LGNZ Water Summit 2018
31 May 2018

Local Government New Zealand, in conjunction with Water NZ and IPWEA, is hosting a Water Summit which will explore the key issues of drinking water regulation, infrastructure funding, freshwater management and allocation.

More information and registration here.