Local Govt | National News Video | Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Search

 

Immediate Response Crime Safety Funding grants

Media Release
16 November 2006


2006/07 Immediate Response Crime Safety Funding grants

More than $20,000 toward community safety and anti-crime measures was granted to Manukau organisations recently.

Manukau City Council’s Community Safety Committee has awarded the following grants from the Immediate Response Crime Safety Fund.

- $6000 to the Botany Crime Watch Patrol Trust for vehicle and administration costs

- $2875 to the Turehou Maori Wardens Ki Otara Charitable Trust for safety equipment

- $6484 to the Mangere East Maori Wardens for security screens and an alarm for their base located in the car park at Mangere Town Centre

- $6000 to the Otara Bluelight Police team to purchase a trailer/barbeque to be used at neighbourhood support, community patrols and youth events, as well as sausage sizzle fundraisers.

The purpose of the fund, administered by council’s Safe Communities Team, is to facilitate immediate response to crime and safety issues that unexpectedly arise in Manukau.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

PM's Press Conference: Pike Re-Entry Agency

At today's post-cabinet press conference Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was joined by Minister Responsible for Pike River Re-entry Andrew Little to announce plans for the new agency for re-entry of the mine.

The Pike River Recovery Agency, Te Kahui Whakamana Rua Tekau ma Iwa, will be officially established on 31 January 2018 and will work with the Pike River families with the intention of manned entry of the drift before March 2019. More>>

 

Foreign Affairs: Patrick Gower Interviews Jacinda Ardern

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says discussions have already begun on how to bring climate change refugees into New Zealand under a Pacific seasonal employment plan... More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On The Centre Right’s Love Of ‘Nanny State’

You’d almost think it was 2005 again. That was a time when the rugged individualists of the centre-right were being beset by government regulations on the nature of light-bulbs, the size of shower heads, the junk food available at school tuck shops and other such essentials... More>>

Speaking Of Transport: Public Engagement On Wellington Scenarios

“Our work on possible solutions for Wellington’s transport future is ongoing, but has progressed to the stage where we’re ready to share our ideas with the public and seek their feedback to help guide our next steps...” More>>

ALSO:

Parental Leave: National's Time-Sharing Change Fails

National has proposed a change to the Parental Leave and Employment Protection Amendment Bill that would allow both parents to take paid parental leave at the same time, if that is what suits them best. More>>

ALSO:

Train Free Thursday: Workers Strike To Defend Terms Of Employment

"They signed up to these conditions a year ago when they got the contract for Wellington's rail services. Now they're trying to increase profits by squeezing frontline workers." More>>

ALSO:

Seclusion: Ombudsman Emphasises Importance Of Monitoring

Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero says that while there have been changes to the Education (Update) Amendment Act 2017 to prohibit the use of seclusion, the report is an important reminder of the importance of regular monitoring of schools. More>>

ALSO:

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • PARLIAMENT
  • POLITICS
  • REGIONAL
 
 

Featured InfoPages

Opening the Election