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WAVES Trust May Report

July 03, 2014 at 10:07 AM

Kia ora tatou,

Welcome to the WAVES Monthly Network report for May. THese reports are not designed to be comprehensive, but rather to give the WAVES netwrok an update of the various areas of work that we are currently involved in as well as flagging potential issues that may impact on member agencies. Your fedback is always welcome, so if there are items you would like to hear more about, or if there are issues that your agency feels need to be highlighted within the broader network please let us know.

 Sorry for the delay in getting this report out - There has been a lot going on in Waitakere over the last month! Watch this space for the June report, we hope to get this out to you asap.

You can view the May report here.


Nga mihi nui ki a koutou katoa,

The Team at WAVES