KNZB are excited to announce the New Zealand Couriers Volunteer of the Month for August, Donna Huttley! Donna has been in at the KNZB National Office regularly in the lead up to Clean Up Week, helping to pack the hundreds of kits that are being sent out each week. Donna’s commitment, hard work and lively…
We are proud to announce the winners in the Young Reporters For The Environment (YRE) programme, run in New Zealand.
Thousands of ‘beautiful kiwis’ are set to do the right thing and take part in New Zealand’s largest clean up event this September. Registrations are officially open, and with over 5,000 individuals already signed up it is expected that more than 50,000 individuals will join a community clean up as part of Keep New Zealand Beautiful…
Congratulations to our New Zealand Couriers Volunteer of the Month – Karen Martin! Karen, her neighbour Zoe Reeves-Campbell and their families worked on a section of Burnside Park opposite their properties.
Media Release – 24 July 2017 Submissions open for artists nationwide to create neighbourhood masterpieces
Congratulations to Mia Simcock, our New Zealand Couriers Volunteer of the Month for June! Mia has been actively cleaning up litter from the streets of Wellington every week as she works towards her Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award. Well done Mia!
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?
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.
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.
Congratulations to the winners of our Paint Your Community Beautiful competition. Check out the winners mural sketches and details here.