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Being involved in local communities underpins who we are as a company. So around New Zealand and in South Australia, we often have community news to share, for example on the Trustpower Community Awards programme and Trustpower Lend A Hand Foundation.
Natasha Bailey of Tararua College has been named as the 2014 Trustpower Tararua District Youth Community Spirit Award winner for her service to school and community.
The Woodville Pioneer Museum Society now has the opportunity to represent the district at the 2014 Trustpower National Community Awards, which are being held in the Wellington region in March 2015.
Tyler Ford from the Catlins Area School has been named as the Winner of the Trustpower Clutha District Youth Community Spirit Award for his immense contribution to the community.
The Clutha Gold Trail Charitable Trust have driven a $5.3 million project that has been eight years in the making which is why they have taken home the Supreme Award at the Trustpower Clutha District Community Awards.
Turangi Volunteer Fire Brigade in the Taupō District has received a $250 donation from the winner of the 2014 Trustpower Taupō District Youth Community Spirit Award.
Bailey Dudley-Russell has been named as the winner of the Trustpower Taupō District Youth Community Spirit Award.
With thirty-three entries received for the Trustpower Buller Community Awards, locals have really got behind their volunteers.
Tauhara Community Support Initiative won the Supreme Award at the 2014 Trustpower Taupō District Community Awards.
The hundreds of volunteers behind the ILT Kidzone event will be representing the Invercargill and Southland region at the 2014 Trustpower National Community Awards.
Natasha Belling, Year 13 student from James Hargest College, has been recognised through the Youth Community Spirit Award for everything that she contributes to her school and local community.