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7 Jun, 2017
Press Releases
   Tāmaki Regeneration Company is helping local families get into home ownership. Over the past 18 months, more than 100 Tāmaki families have completed a financial capability and mortgage readiness...
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21 Apr, 2017
Newsletter twelfth edition

'Tāmaki – for generations' is for people who have an interest in Glen Innes, Pt England and Panmure and for those people who want to share the stories of the places and people in Tāmaki

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19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
A multi-coloured cloak covered in hundreds of houses was unveiled as part of Auckland Arts Festival. The art work, known as He Korowai Hāpori o Tāmaki (the community cloak) was created by members of Ruapotaka Marae...
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Leah Watton, 12, Jasmine Stent, 12, Tiara Folima, 12, Ruby Tear, 10.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
The crowds came out for Auckland Council’s Movies in Parks event at Point England Reserve on 31 March. The feature film was the hugely popular Disney animation Moana and entertainment included local cultural...
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 The TRC neighbourhood liaison team are here to answer your questions.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
TRC’s neighbourhood liaison team are all about keeping Tāmaki residents informed and providing the latest information on the regeneration programme. When they’re not at events in the community, you’ll usually...
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Debbie Burrows, Chris Makoare, Bernie Diver, Josephine Bartley (chair), Don Allan (deputy chair), Nerissa Henry, Alan Verrall.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
The new board The Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board was sworn-in in November last year for a three year period. The board’s primary role is to focus on placemaking. This is about planning, designing and managing...
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Sini, Joseph, Loma, Salu, Uili and Kaisara Pao-Salu in their new home.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
Moving from a two bedroom house to a four bedroom home was a dream come true for a local Samoan family. Tāmaki resident Uili Pao-Salu is good at keeping a secret. When he found out he and his family were going to...
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Fenchurch resident Rose Hovell, centre, with her nieces Warlin Dawson and Mckenzie Dawson. TRC apologies for misprinting names and relationships in an earlier version.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
TRC hosted a family-focussed event for Fenchurch and Overlea residents on 25 March. It was held on Neighbours Day Aotearoa and included face-painting, bouncy castles, a sausage sizzle and a petting zoo. Lots of people...
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Neighbourhood liaison advisor Albert Wipani talks to Glenbrae School students about regeneration.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
Glenbrae School students took part in a fun activity day at the newly refurbished Tāmaki Inbox on 20 March. Activities included building Lego houses and dressing up in construction gear for photos. The Tāmaki Inbox...
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CEO John Holyoake
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
It’s been a rewarding year here at TRC, with Tāmaki Housing Association marking its first anniversary on 1 April 2017.  Since Tāmaki Housing Association was set up, we have received consistently good...
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19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
TRC takes a neighbourhood by neighbourhood approach to understand the specific needs, challenges and opportunities of each area and the families who live there. We understand construction works can be very disruptive....
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Left: Brendon Collinson and Phillip Atuahiva work  for SPM Assets.
19 Apr, 2017
Tāmaki News
Two young people who got jobs through the Tāmaki Jobs and Skills Hub say the experience has been invaluable. Phillip Atuahiva and Brendon Collinson reckon there’s great job satisfaction in surveying houses....
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