Following public vote, four community groups have been rewarded for their hard work and dedication as recipients of the 2016 MainPower Community Fund.
We're working on our customer service and want to talk to our customers about trees.
Patoa Farms, based in Hurunui, won the MainPower sponsored Supreme Award at the North Canterbury Business Awards last Friday night.
The three recipients of the 2016 MainPower Hurunui Natural Environment Fund were announced late last week, each taking a share of $10,000 to put towards projects aimed at increasing the Hurunui district's biodiversity.
MainPower's 2016 Annual Review was posted to all customers last week and is now showing up in mailboxes across the North Canterbury and Kaikoura region. It is also available on the disclosures page of the MainPower website.
MainPower completed work at Tuahiwi Road on Thursday 29 June.
Yesterday MainPower played host to local women who are interested in pursuing a career in the electricity distribution sector, as part of "Girls with Hi-Vis" month.
MainPower will begin work on a planned upgrade of the electricity network in Tuahiwi next week.
Environmentally minded students from Rangiora New Life and Southbrook Schools have been out in force at Hegan Reserve in Rangiora recently, participating in the Waimakariri District Council’s Green Corps programme, which is supported by MainPower.
The people of Kaikoura realised their vision for a high standard of healthcare for all residents and visitors with the official opening of the new Kaikoura Health Te Ha o te Ora last month. The health facility in the heart of Kaikoura township delivers ‘better, sooner, more convenient’ health care for the local community including primary care, aged care, acute care, maternity care, radiology services and trauma stabilization. Congratulations to the Kaikoura community who made the project happen through fundraising and securing grants and sponsorship. MainPower committed its support for the project as a corporate sponsor.