News | Network Tasman Trust, Nelson NZ

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Learn about little penguins/Korora

  • 19 April 2023

The Tasman Bay Trust Blue Penguin has produced an information leaflet about little penguins/korora; smallest penguin in the world.

Boost for Golden Bay's Youth Sector

  • 12 April 2023

Free youth work training available in Golden Bay! Golden Bay's youth sector is about to receive a boost with a training programme.

Grants give nine charities a boost

  • 6 April 2023

Network Tasman Trust has given out $90,000 in donations, surprising nine local charities.

Study scholarship eases university pressures

  • 15 February 2023

Sam Harman is used to working hard to achieve her goals, but thanks to a $3,000 scholarship from the Network Tasman Trust

$3.4 million bonus coming to electricity users

  • 14 December 2022

With rising costs all around, there’s a Christmas bonus on its way.

Scholarship recipient has singing career in her sights

  • 12 December 2022

Motueka High School student, Lucy Summerfield is one of this year’s recipients of a tertiary scholarship from Network Tasman Trust.

Network Tasman Trust allocates $160K to local organisations

  • 30 November 2022

This month Network Tasman Trust has allocated $160,820 in grants to 84 not-for-profit organisations in the Nelson Tasman area.

Raising awareness a sign of the times

  • 15 August 2022

Network Tasman Trust’s support for the local community has recently been made more visible to the public.

Snowden's Bush Trust unveils plaque to Brightwater benefactor Laura Hill

  • 23 June 2022

Laura Hill’s contribution to the community of Brightwater, near Nelson, has been acknowledged by the unveiling of a plaque in an area added to Snowden’s Bush Scenic Reserve.

Wāhine finding connection and growing roots through kai cultivation

  • 26 March 2022

Every morning, Ginny* heads outside and into her backyard for an hour, where she “hacks, turns soil, and weeds”.

Cash boost helps Nelson groups rolling up their sleeves to help community

  • 24 March 2022

A handful of groups working to meet the extra need in the community have been given an unexpected cash boost.

Scholarship engineers pathway

  • 20 February 2022

Nelson College for Girls graduate Yeni Choi was shocked when she found out how much her tertiary studies were going to cost.

Scholarship to propel high-flying Flynn

  • 13 February 2022

Nelson College graduate Flynn Mercer is heading to the University of Canterbury this month, with the financial support of the Sir Wallace Rowling Scholarship.

Scholarship “absolutely deserved”

  • 11 February 2022

Eighteen-year-old Golden Bay High School NCEA Level 3 graduate Manu Bourgeois is one of three students heading to the University of Canterbury

Network Tasman Trust pays out $3.3m

  • 16 December 2021

December financial pressures will be made a little easier for more than 40,000 electricity users with the latest Network Tasman Trust pay-out.

Consumer Trust Ownership Of Network Tasman Limited To Continue For Another Five Years

  • 18 November 2021

Network Tasman Trust has unanimously voted to maintain its consumer trust ownership of Network Tasman Limited (NTL).

Local organisations feel the love with extra cash care of charitable trust

  • 4 November 2021

Over 70 groups have received a grant from Network Tasman Charitable Trust, with the trust announcing they want to help more local organisations.

Network Tasman Charitable Trust 2021 Grant Recipients Announced

  • 28 October 2021

Piano tunes will once again waft through our streets, local Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) groups will expand their offerings.

International Recognition For Wai-iti Dark Sky Park | First ‘Dark Sky Park’ Designation In NZ

  • 4 July 2020

Wai-iti Dark Sky Park has achieved international recognition, being endorsed by the International Dark Sky Association (IDA).

Golden Bay High dux has her sights set on medicine

  • 17 November 2017

The Golden Bay High School dux has her sights set firmly on medicine.

Climbing wall rebuilt at Motueka Recreation Centre

  • 21 June 2016

With t​wo years of hard work refurbishing a sheer rock face complete the Motueka Recreation Centre once again welcomes enthusiasts onto its rock climbing wall.