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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.
An impressive student from John Paul College with a record of service to school and community was tonight recognised through the Trustpower Youth Community Spirit Award.
A group of volunteers in Rotorua behind a screening programme that is changing children’s lives were tonight recognised at the Trustpower Rotorua District Community Awards as the Supreme Winner.
Wairoa District residents have the opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups, with entries for the Trustpower Wairoa Community Awards opening today, Monday 9 June.
Entries for the Trustpower Whakatāne District Community Awards close at 5pm, Friday 13 June and there is more than $5000 up for grabs.
Tararua District residents now have the annual opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups – with entries for the Trustpower Tararua District Community Awards now open.
Anyone can enter a voluntary group or organisation for the Trustpower Palmerston North District Community Awards – voluntary groups and organisations can even enter themselves.
The Awards, which are run in partnership with the Buller District Council, are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make Buller a better place to live and work.
Entries for the Trustpower Taupō District Community Awards open on Monday 19 May.
The volunteers behind the Cambridge Soccer Club were tonight recognised as the Supreme Winners at the Trustpower Waipa District Community Awards.
Two of Waipa’s talented and generous youth were acknowledged tonight through the Trustpower Youth Community Spirit Award, with Courtney Field of St Peter’s School being named as the winner of the Award.