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Mangaweka students create unique Check, Clean, Dry sign

Mangaweka students create unique Check, Clean, Dry signHorizons Regional Council is praising Mangaweka School students for their efforts in creating a unique Check, Clean, Dry sign for the popular Mangaweka camping ground. Read more...


Students develop native plant area thanks to grant

Students develop native plant area thanks to grantBainesse School students have developed a native plant area on a steep bank at the front of their school thanks to a community grant from Horizons Regional Council. Read more...


Grant helps develop outdoor classroom

Grant helps develop outdoor classroomMount Biggs School has developed an outdoor classroom at the back of school grounds thanks to a community grant from Horizons Regional Council. Read more...


Ragwort bio-control agents working well

Ragwort bio-control agents working wellAnnual property inspections in the Manawatu have produced positive results for ragwort bio-control agents. Read more...


Grant to help remove poplar trees and enhance park

Grant to help remove poplar trees and enhance parkA number of large poplar trees at Queens Park in Hunterville will be removed by the local Lions Club thanks to funding received from Horizons Regional Council’s community grants programme. Read more...


Whatonga sculpture blessed this morning

Whatonga sculpture blessed this morningA significant cultural project for the Manawatu Gorge Biodiversity group finally came to fruition today with the blessing of a significant Rangitāne steel sculpture, known as Whatonga next to the gorge track. Read more...



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