LGNZ Vote 2019 Campaign

LGNZ Vote 2019 Campaign

LGNZ has started a conversation on social media with New Zealanders through its Vote 2019 campaign, aiming to raise important issues around housing, transport, water, tourism, business and economic development and local amenities and services.

Go here for information for voters, candidates, media, and other key partners, as well as campaign background and research statistics.

 

Localism Discussion Paper Call for Submissions

Localism Discussion Paper Call for Submissions

LGNZ are calling for submissions on the discussion paper, which will help them to promote localism during the build up to the 2020 Parliamentary elections. 

For more information on LGNZ’s decentralisation and localism project go here.

To make a submission, send comments or feedback to LGNZ Principal Policy Advisor Dr Mike Reid by 15 December 2019.

Govt injects more funding into responsible camping

Govt injects more funding into responsible camping

The responsible camping funding round will open on 1 June 2019.

Further information, including funding criteria go here.

Around 100 sustainable land and water resources now available on

Around 100 sustainable land and water resources now available on

Whether you want to know how to start a catchment group, the many ways that good management practices can help your farm or lifestyle block, or the environmental code of practice for the deer industry — it’s all now available on the NZ Landcare Trust website
 
 
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COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

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A new school for Tauranga and 50 new classrooms for the Bay of Plenty, Taranaki, Manawatu and Whanganui
A new school for Tauranga and 50 new classrooms for the Bay of Plenty, Taranaki, Manawatu and Whanganui
The Government is building a new school and 50 new classrooms to provide around 1,300 additional student...
New tool to help iwi support Maori educational pathways
New tool to help iwi support Maori educational pathways
Iwi will now be able to access student information effortlessly thanks to a new tool developed in partnership...
2.7 million to support new Tauranga papakainga
2.7 million to support new Tauranga papakainga
Minister for Māori Development and Associate Minister of Housing Hon Nanaia Mahuta today announced a $2.793...
LGNZ bring more tools to climate emergency fight
LGNZ bring more tools to climate emergency fight
LGNZ is equipping councils with another key policy tool to help them gear their communities up for the impact...

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