Speaking up about seabed mining and FREE CURTAINS

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Kia ora koutou!

The EPA hearings are well underway for the Trans Tasman Resources application to mine our seabed.  Phil McCabe from KASM has been keeping us up to date as the hearing progresses with his blog http://kasm.org.nz/latest/

The EPA will be coming to Hamilton to continue the hearing between the 1st and 7th April.  This is your chance to speak up! If you made a submission through the KASM website and inidcated you wished to be heard, come along to the KASM workshop tomorrow.  Phil McCabe and Malibu Hamilton will be offering their expertise and assisstance about the hearing process and how best to get your point across.  Please spread the word about this!

WORKSHOP FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO SPEAK AT THE EPA

THURSDAY 20TH MARCH 4:30PM - 6:30PM;  TOWN HALL -SUPPER ROOM

https://www.facebook.com/events/380054755471008/

 

And as the weather cools it's the purrrfect time to start thinking about getting your home ready for the cold in winter.  1/3 of the heat in your home can be lost through your windows. Properly fitted curtains can make a huge to different to the health of your home, and your pocket, saving you on your heating bill. We are still running the Raglan Curtain Bank and can offer a free curtain service to anyone with a community service card, others may receive the service for a koha.  We alter and line the curtains to fit your home. Spread the word in your networks and pick up an application form from the centre.  

And we'd still love to receive any clean curtains you may have.

 



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