Selwyn news

Fri 13 May 2016
| Selwyn news

Selwyn MP Amy Adams has welcomed the formation of another Community of Learning in the Selwyn region. The newly-formed Ngā Mātāpuna o Ngā Pākihi Community of Learning brings together a total of 3,352 students at seven local schools.

Wed 11 May 2016
| Selwyn news

Selwyn MP Amy Adams is encouraging people in the community to put their hand up for School Board of Trustee (BOT) elections.

Tue 3 May 2016
| Selwyn news

If you are a young leader from a Selwyn community, you may be interested in participating in the 11th annual Aspiring Leaders Forum on faith and values. The Forum will be held in Wellington from 30th June to 3rd July this year.

You need to be aged between 18 and 26 to participate. Nominations close on 6th May 2016.

Wed 27 Apr 2016
| Selwyn news

I will be holding coffee meetings in Longhurst and Prebbleton on Friday the 6th of May. These are an opportunity for you to drop into your local café to meet me and let me know about any issues that are important to you.

Details are as follows:

Verge Café, 53 Caulfield Avenue, Longhurst, Halswell from 10:30am to 11:30am

Tue 16 Feb 2016
| Selwyn news

Selwyn MP Amy Adams says a new Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programme to make wool more profitable and sustainable will work to the advantage of local farmers.

Fri 12 Feb 2016
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We’ve become so connected through our phones that we’ve come to expect high-quality connectivity wherever we go. Unfortunately this isn’t the case, nor is it the case in most countries around the world.

Wed 9 Dec 2015
| Selwyn news

Selwyn MP Amy Adams has welcomed the allocation of over $50,000 in Government-funded grants to non-profit organisations in the Selwyn area.

Wed 11 Nov 2015
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Our education professionals work hard every day for our children, and they deserve to be publicly recognised and encouraged for their contribution,” Selwyn MP Amy Adams says.

Tue 6 Oct 2015
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Two local young people have been selected to represent the youth of Selwyn at Youth Parliament in July next year.

Wed 9 Sep 2015
| Selwyn news

Selwyn MP Amy Adams is encouraging local youth with bright ideas to apply for a share of the $120,000 Opportunity for Young People fund.

“The funding will be awarded to young people aged between 12 – 24 years with clever and achievable ideas that will make a social or environmental difference,” Ms Adams said.