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November 9, 2018

We were delighted to learn that the Tradescantia Terminator team at Kerikeri High School have won national recognition for their efforts.

The team were invited to compete in the senior division at the national finals of the Community Problem Solving (CmPS) competition.  They recently traveled to Auckland for a weekend of fun, challenge and creativity. And, lots of serious competition.

The team had 2 ho...

May 16, 2018

We have put up several articles on the Tradescantia project that students at Kerikeri High School started last year. This is an example of the School's desire to have students experience the practical application of their studies in the community.

On Tuesday, 16 May, a team of 19 students spent the morning taking the classroom down to banks of the Wairoa Stream and working with some of the Friends of Wairoa Stre...

April 5, 2018

Those of you who regularly walk along the track may have noticed the Kerikeri High School activity in some areas adjacent to the track.

Some senior students are undertaking invertebrate identification work as part of a Science Fair Project.

Their aim is to find out how the Invertebrate Community living in the Tradescantia (Wandering Jew)  compares with that found living in the native ground cover.

The stude...

November 1, 2017

The Tradescantia Terminators, a Kerikeri High School year 9 and 10 problem solving team, presented a case to a mock court for the release of Tradescantia bèetles along Wairoa Stream in kerikeri to control the invasive weed Tradescantia fluminensis commonly known as Wandering Jew.

The year 10 members of The Terminator Team' pictured with the two judges Dr Jenny Dymock, entomologist, who introduced the b...

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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.


Your support through participation in our projects or, through reading and sharing our articles on this site, will help to continue to make Kerikeri a great place to live and do business in.


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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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