Rob has represented Matangi since 2010 when boundary adjustments were made to accommodate changing population numbers . Since then Rob has made a point of regularly being in contact with Matangi via the Matangi Community Committee and other community groups, matangilink and Council activities in the area. He is the Chair of the Tamahere and… Read More Councillor McGuire not seeking re election this year after taking over from his dad 39 years ago.
Project Ruru takes flight. Book your tickets now for the opening celebration for a fun-filled ruru weekend or come along during the July school holidays to find the roosting rurus. https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/project-ruru-takes-flight-tickets-350828335997 This July, 15 sculptural interpretations of ruru are landing at the park. We are joining forces with the National Bird of Prey Centre—Wingspan and… Read More Can you hear a Ruru/Morepork at your house? Take time to celebrate them – New Exhibition at the Sculpture Park 9 and 10 July.
Waka Kotahi have provided information on their preferred option to permanently close this route because of the damage to the rail crossing and safety concerns on how the intersection works. The option is also that preferred by Kiwirail.
Matangi School students had their chance to contribute to the community on Friday May 20 when they joined teachers, parents and Matangi Community members in dodging the showers to plant more than 2,000 daffodils provided to the Community Committee by the Waikato District Council place making team. This is the second year for this great… Read More Daffodil planting at the Jack Foster Reserve 2022
The Matangi Community Committee Survey on trees for the village section of Matangi Road received 100 carefully considered responses to produce a clear choice. More than half of respondents had the Prunus yedoensis ‘Mountain Haze’ as their first or second choice. It was great to see so many responses and the care with which people… Read More Matangi Trees Community Survey Outcomes May 2022
forms.gle/84BybtvdnfoZDvnY7 We have a lot of responses and thoughtful feedback but just in case you didn’t get round to it please enter your choices now. It doesn’t take long and your input will be greatly appreciated. Survey results will be reported to the Matangi Community Committee Meeting. Tuesday May 17, 7.30 p.m. Tamahere Council and… Read More Reminder: Please complete the Matangi tree survey. Closing extended to May 12.
Kaumatua Fred Hamiona, of Ngati Haua from Te Iti o Haua marae, Tauwhare, led the school community in the blessing of this major classroom refurbishment. Board Chair, Brad Ward, and School Principal, Bernard Butler also spoke. Not only are the classrooms reconfigured into a large, colourful, and flexible learning area but the new verandah and… Read More Stunning makeover for Matangi School’s oldest building was blessed near dawn this morning.
forms.gle/84BybtvdnfoZDvnY7 Survey results will be reported to the Matangi Community Committee Meeting. Tuesday May 17, 7.30 p.m. Tamahere Council and Community Space, above the Tamahere Pharmacy. All Welcome.
Good to see the Matangi School students handiwork and the community poppy net up to remind us of the challenges faced by families in our area when war called young people to serve. Nice to see the Matangi rose blooms joining in the commemoration. Records from World War 1 for those connected Matangi are here