We have fought for decisions to be made here in Roskill, not at the Town Hall. We have advanced important initiatives to protect our environment and heritage. And we have stepped forward to work with and support our valued local community groups.
Last year we asked the Roskill community about how the felt about buses and in particular the new network. Close to 300 of you responded. We’ve collated the responses and prepared a report that you can download from the link below. The Great Puketapapa Bus Survey 2018
Roskill Community Voice is continuing its long-standing campaign to bury the high-voltage power lines that run through the Puketapapa community, with postcards to the two main candidates for the Mt Roskill seat in the general election. “Our people and waterways deserve respect. It’s time to responsibly bury the power lines that blot our landscape,” says…
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Roskill Community Voice welcomes renewed mandate in Puketapapa “The Roskill Community Voice team is delighted to have received a renewed mandate to lead the Puketapapa Local Board over the next three years” says re-elected RCV candidate and 2013-16 Board Chair, Julie Fairey. “With the provisional results now confirmed Roskill Community Voice has definitely retained…
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