Members of the Greytown Volunteer Fire Brigade are showing that not only are they good at providing a trusted emergency service in South Wairarapa, they’re also pretty slick at fundraising.
The Greytown Community Sport & Leisure Society was formed in 2003 after a group of keen Greytown residents were concerned enough to form a sport management committee to ensure that key issues affecting the growth and development of sport and leisure clubs were been addressed.
While the resurgence of waka ama in recent years has been in the pursuit of sport and recreation, a Masterton Kura Kaupapa Māori is eyeing another use for the traditional Māori outrigger canoe.
Efforts to restore Masterton’s once prized BMX track are gaining momentum with the promise of a facility as good as new, but with old style charm.
The Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) has its roots in war-time England helping people cope with the dislocation, trauma and the complexity that war brings.
StarJam is proving to be life-changing for some of Wairarapa’s most vulnerable citizens and their families.