Fun Night out in Ruawai 31 October

BBQ dinner & quiz night - prizes for winning table

Monday, September 17, 2018

Author: Julie Jonker
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Quiz Night & Auction

30 November 2018

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Author: WandaLeadbeater
Grab your friends, family, workmates and join us for our annual fundraising quiz night. Teams of up to 8 people. This year's first prize is a $600 voucher!
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Flooding in the North Island - advice for rural people

15 July 2018

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Author: Terri Anderson

IN AN EMERGENCY DIAL 111

Widespread rain has affected much of the Coromandel, Hauraki and the general Waikato region. The Waikato Regional Council floodroom is active https://www.waikatoregion.govt.nz/services/regional-services/regional-hazards-and-emergency-management/flood-room/.

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Community Support For M.Bovis Affected Farmers

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Author: LindsayWright

Southland Rural Support Trust acknowledge the support received from our community to assist those affected by M.Bovis

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News & Alerts

Good Yarn Workshops coming up!

Monday, February 26, 2018

Author: Bridget Frame

GOOD YARN - "Enabling Farming communities to talk about Mental Health"
GY is a hands on workshop that will give you the practical tools and confidence to be able to talk to people in rural communities about mental health.

Workshops are run by experienced facilitators from the North Canterbury Rural Support Trust

They are free to attend for farmers, rural professionals, people living and working in rural communities

Bring a friend, colleague or neighbour

Registrations to Gayle  litchi@farmside.co.nz  or Ph 027 4171 812

 


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One of these things is not like the other

It’s easy to see if there’s a flood or an earthquake, but drought’s an odd one to call. When does a dry spell become a drought?

Friday, December 08, 2017

Author: Terri Anderson

It’s easy to see if there’s a flood or an earthquake, but drought’s an odd one to call. When does a dry spell become a drought?

Dry spells and droughts are part of life for many farmers across New Zealand. Farmers monitor their local conditions, plan for dry weather, and make tough decisions early.

MPI doesn’t declare droughts, but help to identify if the impacts of a drought on the primary sector should be classified as a medium- or large-scale adverse event, under the criteria in the Primary Sector Recovery Policy.  

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Luncheon with Annah Stretton, Rebecca Skilton and Sheryll Gordon

Wednesday 29 November: Sir Don Rowland Centre, Karapiro

11/29/2017 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Author: WandaLeadbeater

Join Annah Stretton, Rebecca Skilton and Sheryll Gordon for a whole food lunch prepared by Te Atawhai's fabulous chef, Karissa. 

 

 

 

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