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September 10, 2019

Vision Kerikeri has for many years been promoting the benefits of a a main street that is prioritised for the pedestrian rather than the car. 

I walk through the CBD several times a week and often take time out to enjoy a coffee street side. The major detraction from both experiences is the traffic volume which generates considerable noise and vehicle fumes. The danger of crossing the street is somewhat mitigate...

November 17, 2017

Vision Kerikeri member Bob Bingham has recently created and launched a website promoting the numerous walking tracks and waterfalls that are all within walking distance of the Kerikeri CBD.

Bob is part of the Friends of Wairoa Stream volunteer group who have played a big part in providing track access to the long forgotten Te Wairere Waterfall and, during his regular daily walks around the town, he was surprised...

July 24, 2017

Northland Regional Council is seeking feedback on a proposal to provide Northland Emergency Services Trust (NEST) with a $9.8 million loan, to help fund two rescue helicopters for the region. With its current helicopters needing to be replaced soon, NEST has found two suitable Sikorsky S-76C helicopters available for purchase.

Council chairman Bill Shepherd says the regional council is fortunate to have access t...

August 8, 2016

Spotted on The Guardian recently; an interesting article on a new woodland in the Midlands that is is proving that large-scale tree planting is not just good value for money, but can also have immense social, economic and ecological benefits. Read the full article...

July 13, 2016

 

The curse of urban sprawl: how cities grow, and why this has to change

If we continue to design and build as if the planet can provide unlimited resources, then this near-doubling of the urban population will mean a doubling of the natural resources required to build and operate our cities – which is not sustainable. - Read more on The Guardian

We hope to make this a regular feature where we provide links to con...

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We have created this news styled site as a way of regularly posting updates on matters that should be of interest to you as a resident of or business operator in Kerikeri.

 

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A working bee is held on the first and third Monday of every month from 0830 to 1130.

 

A public planting is usually held in June of each year - details will be posted closer to the date.

 
If you are interested in either of these please contact Rod Brown

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