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Hakarimata Summit Track

Hakarimata Range is a range of hills on the western edge of Ngāruawāhia township, in the Waikato region of New Zealand, overlooking the confluence of the Waikato and Waipā Rivers. The Hakarimata Range is separated from the Taupiri Range by the Taupiri Gorge, through which the Waikato River flows. Follow the Waterworks Walk to just before the dam where the track branches off to the right and climbs steeply up a well constructed set of steps and stairs. Be careful on the narrower parts of the W...

March 23, 2024

Love Food! Hate Waste New Zealand

Why Food Waste Matters?One-third of food produced globally is wasted; that is 1.3 billion tonnes of food that is never eaten.We might not realise how much of a problem food waste is because we are blind to its effects.When we throw our food into the bin, we don’t see the harmful greenhouse gases it is going to release in the landfill.We also don’t see the fuel and resources that went into producing the food or see the people around the world who are hungry. All we see is an apple in the...

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