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October 2015
15 October 2015

CLEAN UP WEEK BIGGEST EVER

Numbers are in, and Keep New Zealand Beautiful Clean Up Week 2015 is officially the biggest ever! Over 43,000 volunteers from schools, businesses, community groups, families and individuals registered to help clean up NZ at over 600 events across the country.

September 2015
17 September 2015

QUAIL ISLAND TREE PLANTING

Black Cat Cruises recently took their team over to Quail Island Conservation Trust and dug in with a fantastic tree planting initiative. Black Cat, who run the Quail Island ferry throughout the summer months, have put together a fantastic video of their journey.

10 September 2015

NZ COURIERS VOLUNTEERS OF THE MONTH

Bryan and Colleen Fairbairn lost their house in the 22nd February 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, it was terminally damaged and in the residential red zone.

8 September 2015

KNZB ELECTS NEW CHAIR AND BOARD

Following their AGM on Friday Keep New Zealand Beautiful is excited to announce the appointment of John Riddell as the new chairperson of the KNZB board.

August 2015
27 August 2015

KEEP NEW ZEALAND BEAUTIFUL ANNUAL REPORT

Want to know just how tidy your town or sustainable your city is?

4 August 2015

KNZB LEAD BY EXAMPLE WITH AN ECO-FRIENDLY OFFICE REVAMP

Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s revamped office space shows just how easy it is to develop an eco-friendly office environment.

July 2015
21 July 2015

AA MAGAZINE QUESTION & ANSWERS

AA Magazine recently caught up with Keep New Zealand Beautiful General Manager, Heather Saunderson, about everything from where KNZB began to the up and coming Clean Up Week event this September.

June 2015
29 June 2015

KNZB AWARDS PROGRAMME

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, individu

3 June 2015

NARROW NECK ARBOR WEEK PLANTINGS

Keep New Zealand Beautiful and The Department of Conservation planted 150 plants today to help protect Narrow Neck Beach embankments.

1 June 2015

NZ’S FIRST ARBOR WEEK LAUNCHES

Community groups nationwide will be planting nearly 900 trees during New Zealand’s first official Arbor Week which starts today!

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