Shovels Ready in Te Hiku

July 27, 2020, 7:13 p.m.

It was a Who's Who of iwi leadership, Kaitāia business and local government today as they all gathered at Te Ahu to find out from former Kaitaia Intermediate schoolboy, the Hon. Shane Jones, which projects had received government funding. It was all about wellbeing infrastructure and community engagement, something that the Minister emphasised throughout his announcement.

WATCH THIS STORY TO SEE WHO WERE THE WINNING PROJECTS

 

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