Have your say on the review of this policy. Minor changes have been made since the last review in 2012, to better reflect changes in the Gambling Act and in our current conditions. These changes include:
- criteria saying where TAB and pokie machine venues can set up, or relocate to.
- a cap on the number of TAB venues in the district at the current number.
The sinking lid clause and decision guidelines remain the same.
Have your say before 4pm Tuesday 27 October
We have a funding scheme open for applications.
Mahi Nui - a multi-year grant for $2,500 - $10,000 per year for 3 years.
See if your project meets the criteria and apply now.
Everyone, everywhere should know the right action to take before, during and after an earthquake.
Drop - Cover - Hold
Thursday 15 October is the international ShakeOut day of action. New Zealand will be first to participate this year at 9.15am.
We need you to register now on the ShakeOut website
Sets out our activities and what we plan to do over the next 10 years
We have 2 community funding schemes - Mahi Nui and Mahi Iti
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