Tasman News & Alerts


Nelson City Council’s Community Investment Fund

Nelson’s non-profit community groups can now apply for a grant to support their work for up to three years from Nelson City Council’s Community Investment Fund.
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Second Hand Sunday on 16 May 2021

Second Hand Sunday on 16 May 2021 is a fun way to declutter and re-home unwanted household goods for free – anything from chairs, books, clothing or leftover bits and pieces from building projects – and a good chance to scour the region’s streets looking for pre-loved treasures.
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Final days for submitting your Tu Manawa Active Aotearoa Funding application.

Final days for submitting your Tu Manawa Active Aotearoa Funding application.
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Fire Emergency NZ

Restricted fire season for North Marlborough

North Marlborough is moving to a restricted fire season 8.00am Thursday 8 April. This is all parts of Marlborough north of the Wairau River (excluding Rarangi and the Diversion) and includes Picton, Havelock and Department of Conservation land in the area.

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New Te Kīwai Fund: A partnership with Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu 

Sport NZ Ihi Aotearoa is pleased to announce its partnership with Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu to provide a new $850,000 Government fund called Te Kīwai. The fund will provide direct financial support for tamariki and rangatahi Māori throughout the South Island who are experiencing financial hardship and missing out on physical activity opportunities.  
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Pipeline section of the Coppermine Trail is closed

Due to significant rain on Sunday 28 March, the Pipeline section of the Coppermine Trail is closed until slip monitoring and assessments are completed. Please detour via the Maitai Valley Road until further notice.

 

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New ‘Movie Afternoons’ at the Picton Library

Movie Afternoons make their debut at the Picton Library and Service Centre next week. Be sure to mark Tuesday 30 March at 2.00 pm in your diary and join others at the first of these free events. Designed for the cooler months, a specially chosen movie will be played for your enjoyment.

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Sport NZ Rural Travel Fund

Help with travel costs for rural sports clubs and rural school teams. The goal is to help young people aged between 5-19 year-olds participate in local sports competitions.

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Tasman District Council water situation update 17 March 2021

Dennis Bush-King, Convenor of the Dry Weather Taskforce, has announced some changes to the current water restrictions.  “While we’ve had good rain in some parts of the district, others are still very dry and we’re introducing these restrictions to manage demand in those areas.”

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Wither Hills Farm Park remains closed for now

While cooler mornings are making themselves felt and the heat of summer has begun to subside, more rain is still needed for the parched Wither Hills. Robin Dunn, Council’s Parks and Open Spaces Officer, said a significant amount of rain was still required to reduce the fire indices to enable the reopening of the Farm Park.

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