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Michelle Stronach-Marsh wins February Volunteer of the Month

Congratulations to Michelle Stronach-Marsh, our Volunteer of the Month for February. Michelle runs a group called Plogging in Petone, where people can join her for a run or walk whilst picking up litter with the simple aim to create a cleaner environment whilst being healthy. Michelle heads out with her Plogging group for either a…

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New Zealand intermediate students win international journalism award

Three Christchurch intermediate students internationally recognised for video-graphic journalism in Young Reporters for the Environment (YRE) Litter Less international competition. Winners Tessa Marshall and Molly McKinstry with Melissa Davies The winning submission, by Molly McKinstry, Tessa Marshall and Romane Wesener from Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery school, was one of almost two hundred entries received, from…

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HELP SAVE THE MĀUI DOLPHINS!

The latest estimate is that there are currently around 63 Māui dolphins left – making them the world’s rarest marine dolphin. Our Māui dolphins are only found on the West Coast of the North Island, and only half of their habitat is protected. What can you do to help?

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BUFFET BREAKFAST FOR A CAUSE

A fundraising event dubbed “Buffet Breakfast for A Cause: Eat without limit for cleanliness” was held on Sunday, 21 May 2017 at the One80 Restaurant of the Copthorne Hotel in Wellington, to support the Keep New Zealand Beautiful (KNZB) 2017 campaign.

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MAY – VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH

The winner of the New Zealand Couriers Volunteer of the Month for May is a very well deserving recipient called Bev Thomson who was nominated by our Alexandra-Clyde branch.

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