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Media statement: Better Footpath Blitz finds worrying trends in Roskill

Media statement, for immediate release “Footpath damage in the Puketāpapa area is widespread and creating real issues for those walking and wheeling around the greater Mt Roskill area,” says Julie Fairey, Roskill Community Voice candidate for the Puketapapa Local Board. 174 individual responses were logged online by the community through the Better Footpath Blitz run …

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Playground upgrades

Over the last six years Roskill Community Voice has pushed for playground upgrades through-out Puketapapa.  Some of the old playgrounds were around thirty years old, others had been vandalised repeatedly, and many were of a similar design.  With 13 new playgrounds, and 5 more to come, Puketapapa has become a much better place to play.

Children and Young People

Updated for 2019. Our young people and children are strengths in our community, not problems to be ‘solved’. We see those aged 25 and younger as citizens now, to be valued and respected, encouraged to have a voice in civic processes and participate in community life, be it in local parks, schools, workplaces, town centres, community …

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