NSNZ Celebrates 20th Birthday During AGM
Join us on Monday 21 October for our Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Police National Headquarters in Wellington where we be celebrating our 20th Birthday as Neighbourhood Support New Zealand!
The day after the AGM (Tuesday 22 October) we will be holding a hui to begin work on developing our Youth Engagement Strategy. The day will focus on how we can best engage children and young people in Neighbourhood Support.
We’ll be considering what our members have told us about how Junior Neighbourhood Support works in their areas, and looking at what ideas might work best for different age groups. Click here to learn more.
At this stage all ideas are welcome and on the table. So, if you have an interest in this topic and want to be part of the day, you are most welcome to attend.
Please RSVP to our AGM and / or hui by emailing our Community Advisor, Kelsey Scarr
New Rural Crime Prevention Signs - Now Available For Ordering
Updated designs of our popular rural crime prevention signs are now available to help deter unlawful hunters and trespassers.
Both signs can be purchased through Neighbourhood Support as part of a joint initiative with NZ Police.
Sign 1 Below – Cameras Operating
Sign 2 Below – Hunters Be Aware
Both signs are printed on 4mm White Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) with a UV Resistant Anti-Graffiti Laminate. Sign size is an A3 - 297 W x 420 H (mm). The estimated lifespan for these signs is 15 years.
Both signs come with 6 holes pre-drilled for easy installation.
Price per sign – $16.30 excluding GST. Prices do not include courier / postage.
To place an order, contact: email@example.com
In your email, please include which sign you're interested in, how many you'd like to order and where you would like them shipped. Free shipping may be available to your local Police station.
Payment can be made by bank transfer or cheque. All orders for rural signs must be
paid up front after receipt of your invoice before your order will be sent.
NSNZ Officially Unveils New Logo
During the 2019 Neighbourhood Support New Zealand (NSNZ) Conference at the James Cook Chancellor Hotel in Wellington on July 1st and 2nd, we were pleased to officially unveil our new logo, as voted on by our members.
The multiple colours of the logo were adopted to represent inclusive communities where everyone is welcome and belongs. The colours are bright to reflect the positivity and energy that is created when people work together. The blue colour represents our ongoing partnership with NZ Police.
The logo was specifically designed to maintain our previous group of people while depicting greater diversity. The diversity is symbolic, rather than representative, and is intended to reflect that our neighbourhoods are made up of people from a wide range of cultures, genders, ages and experiences. The officer figure represents the fact that we work alongside and support emergency services. The koru pattern around the edge of our logo reflects the important place of taha Maori in Aotearoa New Zealand and our commitment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Neighbours Day Aotearoa - March 22nd to 31st 2019
Celebrating 10 years of NDA with 10 days of celebrations!
Neighbours Day Aotearoa is a collaborative campaign organised and supported by Lifewise, Inspiring Communities, The Mental Health Foundation, Christchurch Methodist Mission, New Zealand Red Cross, Housing New Zealand and Neighbourhood Support New Zealand. Thousands of neighbours, organisations, local government and local businesses have been involved, bringing neighbours together over the last weekend in March each year.
We are proud to be an official partner of Neighbours Day and encourage our members to take part every year in any way - big or small.
To help highlight the amazing events and initiatives our members got up to across the country for this Neighbours Day, we hosted a photo contest which included 10 - $100 Prezzy Cards as prizes courtesy of Neighbourly.
Photos had to capture the spirit of one of the following categories:
And our winners are...
See what our winners from Cooper Crescent in Otara got up to for Neighbours Day 2018