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Events & News

  • Imagine a country where all New Zealanders care about and actively work to restore, enhance and protect our environment. That’s our vision!

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  • Arbor Day originated in 1872 in the United States territory of Nebraska. J. Sterling Morton, a newcomer to the treeless plains of Nebraska, was a keen proponent of the beauty and benefit of agriculture. Mr.

  • Keep Alexandra Clyde Beautiful was the recipient of the 2015 Paint Your Town Beautiful initiative.  The unveiling of the mural was held on Sunday 15 March, with nearly fifty in attendance, including the Mayor.  For your interest here is a little bit of background about the town and the

  • Beverage Container Recycling Community Grants Programme

    For the third year running, this Keep New Zealand Beautiful led initiative will see nearly $180,000 injected into community initiatives across the country, to educate and encourage people to recycle more, thanks to the Coca-Cola Foundation Grants Programme.

  • Graffiti remains an ongoing issue which affects us all. Paint New Zealand Beautiful Month 2015 has been a tremendous success.

  • Volunteerism is a powerful means of engaging people in tackling development challenges, and it can transform the pace and nature of development. Volunteerism benefits both the community and the individual volunteer by by purposefully creating opportunities for participation.

  • Our annual Keep New Zealand Beautiful Awards celebrate our best towns, cities and local heroes, who lead the way with their outstanding environmental and beautification work.These leaders, individuals or organizations, have exemplified inspiration, vision, innovation, leadership and action for th

  • Wall Worthy 2015

    Graffiti not only defaces property, it diminishes community pride.

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