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Good ideas & hard work will get us through this.
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Napier Pre-Loved Market a chance to shop quality clothing sustainably
The inaugural Napier Pre-Loved Market is being held this Saturday, January 16 at Asher Hall, Tennyson Street, Napier from 11.30am until 3.30pm and it will be jampacked full of quality pre-loved men’s and womenswear, accessories and homewares.
Garden gifted to the Taradale community by high school students
When Taradale High School got the green light to return after the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, a group of like-minded students were inspired to give back to their local community in the hope of lifting peoples’ spirits.
Despite navigating a pandemic and severe flooding event, you have continued to support the Napier Community Foodbank, providing much needed food for people facing varying degrees of poverty and hardship.
Henry Hill School Flood Recovery: “This is tough, but we are tougher”
The inspirational Henry Hill School Principal is well-known for motivating his staff, students and school community with his can-do attitude and words of encouragement.
So when a one in 250-year flooding event destroyed much of the Napier school’s buildings and infrastructure, and learning for the remainder of the year looked unlikely, Jason said “bring it on”.
Locals frequenting the Tutaekuri River in Taradale have watched with intrigue as some serious looking bike jumps have begun to take shape amongst the trees on the riverbank.
The jumps are the work of 20-year-old mountain-biking enthusiast, Charlie Makea, his brother, Alex, and friend, Aaren Markenstein.
Crombie Scholarship eases university costs for Napier students
Feelings of disbelief and amazement came over Napier teens, Jacob Driver and Roisin Kenny recently, when they were told they were the recipients of the highly contested Diana and Colin Crombie Scholarship, managed by Hawke’s Bay Foundation.
Restaurant meals a welcome relief for Napier’s flood victims
Shocked to see so many Napier homes underwater, Napier’s Restaurant Indonesia gathered their staff together and quickly got to work in their kitchen, preparing meals for people affected by the flooding.
Napier will host four events that are part of Hawke’s Bay Readers and Writers Week from 16-18 October, after the Hawke’s Bay Readers and Writers Charitable Trust successfully applied for funding from Napier City Council’s pandemic Recovery Projects Fund.
Because of the recent Alert Level changes we have much fewer visitors to Napier.
This means our tourism and hospitality businesses need support now, more than ever!
Your local businesses are the heart of Napier’s economy.
A new limestone pathway will run from the corner of Ulyatt Road & Harold Holt Avenue along the outskirts of Pirimai and through farmland for 4km to Te Awa Avenue, next to the Maraenui Golf Club. An offshoot of the path will also run along the Tannery Stream to connect with an existing pathway on Harold Holt Ave.
Gleeson Park kept beautiful by Napier Central School
In 2009 Napier Central School approached Napier City Council wanting to adopt a green space. Gleeson Park was suggested, and the students, staff and their families have been making the park a better place ever since.
Onekawa School students collect food for the vulnerable
After hearing news about job losses because of the pandemic, Onekawa School Assistant Principal Tim Race thought about how children could make a difference. Tim’s class decided to create 500 leaflets to drop in nearby letterboxes, asking residents to leave out a non-perishable food item for the children to collect and take to Napier Food Bank.
Before the lockdown began, Taradale High School student leaders Matthew Adams and Jasmine Wynne wanted to do something to help the community, so they called Age Concern Napier to see what their needs were.
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