Kapiti Economic Development Association KEDA

Ngā Manu Seeks New Trustees Nga Manu Nature Reserve Volunteer

Description APPLY OR VIEW THE FULL POSITION DESCRIPTION: https://www.jacksonstone.co.nz/jobs/6410/ We are seeking two or three new Trustees to contribute, in a voluntary capacity, to the governance of the Trust and assist with building the profile of the Reserve and growing the Endowment Fund to secure Ngā Manu’s long-term future. You’ll need experience in governance or …

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Creative Communities Scheme

Kāpiti Coast District Council has awarded $22,904.40 to nine local art projects through the latest round of the Creative Communities Scheme. The Scheme, which is funded by Creative New Zealand and Council, allocates grants twice a year to support arts activities that celebrate Kāpiti culture and showcase the region’s diversity, particularly Toi Māori/Māori Arts. “The …

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Have Your Say in the Kāpiti Economic Development Strategy refresh

The Kāpiti Coast District Council is refreshing its Economic Development Strategy. The timing could not be better as it offers the opportunity to align the Provincial Growth Funds projects  with specific Economic Development goals for the region.  

Electra Business Breakfast – Panel on Economic Development

Today, more than 130 persons attended the Electra Business Breakfast Panel discussion on Economic Development. The panelists were Liz Koh, Chair of KEDA, Julene Hope, Co-Chair of the Kāpiti Chamber of Commerce, Lance Walker, CEO of WREDA (Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency) and Wayne Maxwell, CE of the KCDC. 

National Economic Development Conference & Awards

How do we put people’s wellbeing at the heart of economic development? This is one of the panel sessions taking place at this year’s annual Economic Development New Zealand conference to be held in the Bay of Islands from 18-19 October. International and national perspectives on defining, achieving and measuring inclusive growth will be heard with regional presentations …

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Kapiti Marine Discovery Centre

An exciting new opportunity for Kapiti is being promoted by the Guardians of the Kapiti Marine Reserve. For the past few months, they have been investigating the possibility of redeveloping the former Raumati pools building into a Kāpiti marine education, research and activity centre.

Draft Long Term Plan consultation is here

How does the Kāpiti Coast District Council determine what to spend ratepayers’ money on? One of the key ways they do that, especially over the next 20 years, is through the Long Term Plan.

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