News & Events

Onehunga don't let the opportunity be squandered

Article by Jim Jackson in in Professional Skipper Magazine Sepember 2017

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We Will Live with The Outcome

Concrete Tar & Traffic vs Community Coastal Land for Future Development.

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Submissions on the East West Link

need YOU to submit. FREE Assistance on making your submission and help with the process is available from an independent ‘Friend of

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Residents oppose new billion-dollar road earmarked for Auckland’s industrial south

TOES Chairman Jim Jackson warns One News and NZTA of potential public protest. The Onehunga Community has not forgotten the broken promises and

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Community Action Plan December

The Public Meeting to launch the Community Plan was a great success with over 350 attending. Due to the participation of all those who attended

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East West Link Community Meeting

Outstanding attendance on Community Meeting on the EW Link

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PUBLIC MEETING - East West Link Interchange

We are launching a community connections plan. The Community Plan is an alternative East West Link designed to the current NZTA preferred plan.

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Aotea Sea Scouts Meeting - East West Link

Aotea Sea Scouts hold Emergency Parent Meeting re East West Link. The Sea Scouts are rallying to protect their Historic building the "Ship" Est

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Onehunga Foreshore Restoration Project Wins Premier Environmental Award

The Onehunga Foreshore Restoration Project has won one of engineering's most prestigious awards - the IPENZ Arthur Mead Environment &

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Auckland's Unitary Plan Could be Delayed

Nick and Juliet McKinstry are supporting an appeal by the Character Coalition and Auckland 2040 to "protect" the city's housing heritage.

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Sea Scouts fear for their Headquarters

Aotea Sea Scouts have recently met with the NZTA to discuss the 'significant impact' of the East West Link

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Call for Historic Photos of Onehunga

RE:TRACE is a project designed to reflect and celebrate the heritage of Auckland neighbourhoods through story telling storytelling and personal

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