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News archive: May 2012
Race three of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) World Cup will be held on Hawke’s Bay farmland in January 2013.
Over 200 athletes are expected to take part in the World Cup races in New Zealand starting with a middle distance event over intricate sand dunes on a coastal strip around Otaki and Waikanae.
Race two is a sprint event based in Wellington City while race three will be a middle distance event over farmland between Rissington and Patoka to the west of Hastings.
Hawke’s Bay based Asian entrepreneurs, professionals and organisations are being invited to enter a competition, which will recognise the potential and unique identity of the Asian community.
An awards evening, to be held in August, will honour businesses and individuals who are making a difference in the community and organisations which have helped promote their own particular culture.
Hastings will welcome 30 new New Zealanders at a citizenship ceremony to be held on Wednesday June 6th, 2012, from 6 pm in the Hastings District Council Chambers
The winners of the inaugural Hastings District Council Youth Potential awards have all shown amazing commitment to achieving their goals.
The awards were presented last night to celebrate the achievement and success of young people in provider programmes, with a focus on youth from the Flaxmere and Camberley communities.
Hastings District Council gives notice that it has made its decisions on submissions to the following proposal to change the District Plan, endorsing all the recommendations of Commissioner Bill Wasley:
District Plan Change 55 – Flaxmere Village Centre Zone
Hastings District Council gives notice that it has made its decisions on submissions to the following proposal to change the District Plan.
Part 2 - District Plan Change 54 – Havelock North Village Centre
Pakowhai Road passes through a diverse range of activities including urban residential, retail, commercial, light industrial and rural/horticultural land-uses and is an important route for the movement of goods and freight.
The Asset Management Group of Hastings District Council will be undertaking the following road works,
The public is being invited to take part in the planting of the Facebook Forest at the Omarunui Landfill.
Hastings District Council’s Sus’d project has sourced 1500 native trees which will be planted by the public on a part of the landfill site which will not be used for rubbish disposal.
Sus’d ambassador and Hastings District Councillor Tania Kerr says “It is important that the public is involved right from the beginning of the creation of the Facebook Forest. This is the start of a long term project which will help beautify the landscape and attract bird life to the area.”