News: February 2016
Below is a list of our latest kawepūrongo . If you have a media or communications query, contact Stephen Day, our Communications Manager | Kaiwhakahaere Whakapā on 04 815 8517 or email@example.com
Celia Wade-Brown the outdoor adventurer
Celia Wade-Brown is best known as the former mayor of Wellington. But she is also an adventurer, walking Te Araroa, cycling then Tour Aotearoa and kayaking around parts of NZ.
22 April 2022
Luke Alexander's new lease on life
Cape Foulwind local, Luke faces challenges that have forced him to rely on neighbours, family and friends to get around. But all that has changed with an e-Bike.
31 March 2022
Little feet walk length of New Zealand
Seven-year-old Victoria has been walking Te Araroa with her mum, dad and siblings, Alexander (10) and Erin (5 months) since December 2021.
16 March 2022
Alan Eskrick - connecting bikers to Nelson nature
Alan helped form the MTB Trails Trust, which focused on building trails around St Arnaud.
4 November 2021
Donations help repair Link Pathway from storm damage
The Link Pathway Trust has received over 70 donations reaching almost $10,000 since the storm that damaged Te Ara Tuhono/The Link Pathway back in July.
26 August 2021
Locked gates over unformed legal roads
“The law is clear that landowners cannot put lock gates over unformed legal roads”, says Walking Access Commission chief executive Ric Cullinane.
1 July 2021
How to save our Kauri trees
Kauri trees can live over 2000 years, grow over 50 metres tall and have trunk girths as big as 16 metres, but these giants are being jeopardised by Kauri dieback.
22 June 2021
West Coast commits to stronger focus on walkers and cyclists
The West Coast District Council will be giving more support to its walkers and cyclists, thanks to a Walking Access Commission submission.
21 June 2021
E-bikes, push bikes or vehicles?
The rising popularity of e-bikes, e-scooters and other micromobility devices is creating challenges for people planning transport around New Zealand.
19 May 2021
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