Four townhouses sold to buyers who enquired via Facebook/Instagram campaign. The Challenge Gus Anile from Ray White Altona secured a listing for a development of seven contemporary townhouses in the inner-west of Melbourne. Gus was asked by his vendor to create an innovative campaign that would secure buyers for the development.  In a booming area of … Read more

New cops means more Police on the beat

NZ Government

The decision to deploy more Police on the beat in Auckland CBD has been welcomed by Police Minister Mark Mitchell and Associate Police Minister Casey Costello. Starting from 1 July, an additional 21 police officers will be redeployed in Auckland City, bringing the total number of beat police in the CBD to 51 by the … Read more

Government takes action to address youth crime

NZ Government

The Government is introducing a new declaration for young offenders to ensure they face tougher consequences and are better supported to turn their lives around, Children’s Minister Karen Chhour announced today. The establishment of a Young Serious Offender declaration delivers on a coalition Government commitment and supports the Government’s target to reduce serious repeat youth … Read more

Business

Avondale On The Move: Starting Soon

EkePanuku

At Eke Panuku, we are excited about the benefits for the neighbourhood and are committed to delivering  improvements that will ensure it continues to serve the community for years to come. After several years of changes around the town centre’s edges, the focus is shifting to the heart of Avondale, with some exciting projects about … Read more

Health

The Grand Round research symposium June: Introduction to Cultural Safety, Cultural Competency and Hauora Māori

Te Whatu Ora

Hungry for cultural safety and cultural competency? Don’t just reach for the ‘karakia sandwich’ says Associate Professor Elana Curtis, speaking on the importance of being culturally safe, pro-equity and antiracist in the health sector during the Grand Round session in June. A record crowd of over 170 people attended the online symposium, which can be … Read more