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In light of the Covid-19 pandemic which is affecting us all on a global and national level, Keep New Zealand Beautiful continues to focus on celebrating the achievements of the individuals, schools, businesses, councils and community groups who work tirelessly across Aotearoa to keep our country clean, safe and beautiful. To that end, Keep New…

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Not-for-profit organisation Keep New Zealand Beautiful will now have a branch in Northern Wellington, Keep Northern Wellington Beautiful. Keep Northern Wellington Beautiful will be headed by Gary Mitchell, a Grenada Village local who won the Keep New Zealand Beautiful Volunteer of the Month in April 2019. Gary is the founder and manager of the volunteer…

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Not-for-profit organisation Keep New Zealand Beautiful will now have a North Shore, Auckland based branch, Keep North Shore Beautiful. Keep North Shore Beautiful will be headed by Alana Datson, a keen diver who cares about keeping New Zealand’s beaches clean and tidy. Alana’s passion for cleaning up the environment started last year after seeing a…

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Nelson Central School, winners of Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s (KNZB) Resene Wall Worthy competition 2019, are excited to unveil their completed award-winning mural. Their mural, titled ‘From Little Things, Big Things Grow’, has been painted on the school’s boundary fence and illustrates the overarching message that attitudes and actions, whether big or small, will have…

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Keep New Zealand Beautiful is now accepting nominations and submissions for the 2020 Beautiful Awards. The Beautiful Awards are run annually to provide a benchmark for environmental excellence. The awards inspire, recognise and acknowledge those businesses, schools, individuals, communities, towns and cities who are working hard across Aotearoa to Keep New Zealand Beautiful. The Beautiful…

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New Zealand not-for-profit organisation, Keep New Zealand Beautiful, has teamed up with Waste Management to distribute an educational storybook to every kindergarten, primary and intermediate school in New Zealand. The book, titled Kiki Kiwi & Friends: The Travelling Trash, formed part of the Kiki Kiwi Litter Less education programme which Keep New Zealand Beautiful developed…

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Dunedin artist Madison Kelly’s award-winning mural is now on display at the Operations Staff and Volunteer Headquarters at Orokonui Ecosanctuary, located in the ecosanctuary’s upper grassland area. Madison’s mural submission was one of ten winners, chosen from across the country, in Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s (KNZB) Resene Nature Murals Competition 2019. The mural, titled “All…

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Not-for-profit organisation Keep New Zealand Beautiful will now have a Wellington City based branch, Keep Wellington Beautiful. Keep Wellington Beautiful will be headed by Shannon Lenihan, a ‘born and bred Wellingtonian’. Shannon’s motivation to start a branch in her city stemmed from a growing awareness of the amount of litter scattered around Wellington. Whether it…

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