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Published: 15 July, 2019

Kaipupu Newsletter





Dear Rohe Management Office,


We are thrilled to have Imagine Films in Picton this Thursday (4th July) screening "Fools and Dreamers: Regenerating a Native Forest".  This 30-minute documentary tells the story of Hinewai Nature Reserve, on Canterbury’s Banks Peninsula, and its kaitiaki/manager of 30 years, botanist Hugh Wilson. We learn about the commitment of Hugh and the Maurice White Native Forest Trust to regenerate marginal, hilly farmland into native forest, using a minimal interference method that allows nature to do the work, giving life to over 1500 hectares of native forest, waterways, and the creatures that live within them.  You can view the trailer here: and book your tickets click here.


Also just a reminder that the Kaipupu AGM is coming up on Sunday 25th of August, 10 am at Picton Library.  Pete Hamill will be our guest speaker this year, talking on the recently launched Kotahitanga mō te Taiao Alliance, a collaboration of Nelson, Tasman, Marlborough, Buller and Kaikōura councils, the West Coast Regional Council, a number of iwi in the region and the Department of Conservation, all providing environmental leadership and co-ordination to protect and enhance the wider region's diverse flora and fauna.

If you are planning on attending please RSVP, Rachel - 027 692 3488 or or if you are interested in joining the management committee please also get in touch with me.  An official agenda will be sent out later this month, we look forward to seeing you there.


Kind regards,

Rachel Russell

Project Coordinator


Published: 15 July, 2019

Governance Bites Session 6: The Role of the Chair & Getting People Engaged

Session 6 of the popular Governance Bites series is coming up on Wednesday 3 July. This will take place in the Stubbs Lounge, Wesley Centre, 3 Henry Street from 5:30 to 7:30.


The Role of the Chair, and Getting People Engaged


Participation is the purpose. Otherwise you may as well send an email. Sounds good in theory, but how do you actually do it when there are so many barriers and habits conspiring to get in the way? 

This session will give you handy tips to get things done while you are having fun, overcome some of the most common barriers to participation, and use consensus in practice (without falling into 'group think').


This session will be led by Garth Nowland-Foreman, an experienced trainer and facilitator, and not-for-profit governance expert. Garth is a director of LEAD Centre for Not-for-Profit & Leadership



To register for this event, please visit the following link:


Future sessions:

  • Wednesday 7 August
  • Wednesday 4 September
  • Wednesday 2 October
  • Wednesday 6 November
  • Wednesday 4 December



Ngā mihi

Meg Martin

Room 5
25 Alfred Street, Blenheim 7201

Ph: 03 577 9388     


Published: 15 July, 2019

National SUDI Prevention Online Training - Now Live!




Tēnā koutou katoa, the National SUDI Prevention Online Training is now available on our website.  


The link provides seven training modules and takes approximately 45-60 minutes to complete. Please feel free to share the link with your colleagues. 


There is no cost associated with the training, you will just need to register online and complete the course via this link:


The training covers the following topics:

  • An introduction to SUDI prevention 
  • Connecting and engagement with whānau 
  • Consistent health messaging
  • Accumulation of risk factors for SUDI

Published: 15 July, 2019

Joint Venture Business Unit Family Violence and Sexual Violence – short-term opportunities

The Joint Venture Business Unit is seeking talented Advisors at multiple levels to join our fast-paced and busy team. The action has been ramping up and now we are developing a national strategy for family violence and sexual violence, and have a suite of budget initiatives to implement over 2019/20.

As we move towards even greater investment in core parts of the family violence and sexual violence systems, we are looking for energetic and motivated people who thrive in a fast-paced and at times ambiguous environment. We have a number of short-term opportunities that will deliver key parts of the Joint Venture work programme. See below links to each role.

If you have any queries relating to these roles, please send an email to

Many thanks for your continuous support.

Ngā mihi


Beth Anslow | Business Advisor





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