MainPower is working hard to be an employer of choice,
attracting the best people with the right skills and
attitude to make a positive impact within the business.
Recipients of the 2018 MainPower Community Fund have been
announced, with $20,000 to be shared between fourteen
community groups and schools.
Local community groups, charities, cultural organisations
and schools are all eligible to receive a share of the
$20,000 MainPower Community Fund in 2018.
MainPower continue a strong relationship with the North
Canterbury Sport and Recreation Trust by sponsoring the
trust's new hockey turf on Coldstream Road in Rangiora.
The 2018 recipient of the MainPower Electrical Engineering
scholarship is Harry Mander, a student in his final year of
study at the University of Canterbury.
The North Canterbury Business Awards, run by Enterprise
North Canterbury, are about celebrating businesses and
non-profits from across the region.
The 13 Minute helipad campaign, an initiative of the Māia
Health Foundation, is the biggest and boldest crowd
fundraising campaign the South Island has ever seen.
The Rangiora Festival of Colour is all abut bringing the
Now is a good time to think ahead about how Cyclone Gita
might impact you and your household, and plan accordingly,
the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management is
advising the public.
Applications for the 2018 MainPower Scholarship are now