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[1 - 10] of 65 success stories ordered by the most recent first.
Council grants give back to the community
Auckland City Council has recently put more than $1.67 million back into the community through two of its community grant funds.
All The Makings Of A Rhodes Scholar
A former pupil of Samuel Marsden Collegiate School headed to Oxford University in October of this year thanks to the help of a Rhodes Scholarship.
2009 recipients of Auckland City Council's community group assistance fund
Auckland city's community groups will be better off thanks to Auckland City Council recently approving more than $262,000 in funding.
University of Auckland student wins Commonwealth Scholarship to Oxford University
University of Auckland postgraduate student Charlotte Burgess has won a Commonwealth Scholarship to undertake a PhD at Oxford University.
Circus skills build self-esteem at Avalon.
Te Puna-based disability advocate, Avalon (BoP), is using an innovative method of learning to address the needs of many of its clients.
Grant helps volunteer programme.
Lifewise, formerly the Methodist Mission, is one of more than 145 community groups that recently received a Community Group Assistance Funding grant from Auckland City Council.
Canterbury University postgraduate student awarded Earle Scholarship in Technology.
Canterbury University postgraduate student William Kelton is one of three recipients of a Dick and Mary Earle Scholarship in Technology for 2008; it was announced today by the New Zealand Vice-Chancellors’ Committee (NZVCC). Managed by Public Trust, William’s scholarship is worth $8,500. The other winners are Massey University postgraduate student Alistair Scarfe, and Waikato University postgraduate student Lisa van den Berg.
Funding support for school holiday programmes.
The Auckland Children's Development Trust is one of 19 school holiday programme providers in Auckland city that has received funding from Auckland City Council's school holiday programme fund.
Cityscapers Winners Announced.
Reshaping the future of urban design – two New Zealanders attend international Cityscapers studio in Edinburgh.
Double recognition for young New Zealand
Two young New Zealand scientists have scored an unprecedented double in the prestigious and highly contested international competition for 2008 International Fulbright Science and Technology Awards, both winning the opportunity to undertake fully-funded PhD study in the US from next year.
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