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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.
Rotorua residents now have the annual opportunity to recognise the commitment of their local volunteers – with entries for the Trustpower Rotorua Lakes Community Awards and council led Rotorua Lakes Community Awards now open.
Waitaki residents now have the annual opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups - with entries for the Trustpower Waitaki District Community Awards now open.
Since the Trustpower Ashburton District Community Awards began in 2001 more than $70,000 has been given away to deserving voluntary groups and organisations. This year more than $5000 is up for grabs.
The Awards, which are run in partnership with the Central Otago District Council, are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make Central Otago a better place to live.
Waipa residents now have the annual opportunity to recognise the dedication of their local voluntary groups.
Dunedin locals now have the chance to give a big pat on the back to voluntary groups in their area.
The Queenstown Mountain Bike Club has won the Supreme Award at the 2014 Trustpower Queenstown Lakes District Community Awards.
Sofie Heaphy of Buller High School has been named as the 2014 Trustpower Buller Youth Community Spirit Award winner for her service to school and community.
For their work to grow and develop Kapa Haka, the Buller High School Kapa Haka Group were tonight recognised at the Trustpower Buller Community Awards as the Supreme Winner.
Service to school and community was recognised tonight through the Trustpower Marlborough Youth Community Spirit Award, where Jonathan Cash from Marlborough Boys’ College has been named as the winner of the award.