For more than 30 years, Sport Waitākere has enabled West Aucklanders to live healthy and active lives. However, the not-for-profit organisation is about much more than just sport.
The Rotary Youth Driving Awareness (RYDA) programme is helping young people change the way they think about road safety. RYDA is a series of powerful, thought-provoking workshops.
With a stunning rural outlook, it’s no surprise Henderson Valley Pony Club is so popular with horse lovers out West.
Basketball is one of the fastest-growing sports in New Zealand. According to the latest statistics, basketball is the second-largest school sport. And that nationwide trend is also apparent here in West Auckland.
After five long years of planning, Waitemata Table Tennis Association’s state-of-the-art stadium opened in December 2021.
Started by a passionate group of Te Atatū Peninsula locals, CARE Waitākere Trust first opened its doors in 1999. Since those early days, the charitable trust has helped many West Aucklanders with professional counselling and budgeting services.
The not-for-profit organisation delivers various services, including one-on-one financial mentoring, community education and financial literacy in schools.
When it comes to bowls out West, Henderson Bowling Club has been a firm favourite since its earliest days back in 1926.
Waitakere Hindi School is teaching more and more people the Hindi language and culture
Family-friendly Waitākere Hockey Club's members share a passion for all things hockey. And despite the challenges posed by Covid over the past two years, the club continues to thrive.
Tucked away in Henderson’s Collard Place is the life-changing charitable trust Mobility Dogs. Since 2006 the trust has provided specially trained dogs to those living with disabilities.
Every new parent knows that having a baby is life-changing. And for many young mums without the support of whānau, it’s even more overwhelming. However, thanks to the Young Mums programme at Henderson’s Living and Learning Family Centre, young West Auckland mothers receive expert help when it’s most needed.
Enjoy our beaches safely this summer. Read these tips on staying safe in the water from Piha Surf Lifesaving Club's President, Peter BrownP
Pressures of the COVID-19 Pandemic can be felt all across the country. After talking with our staff, we saw just how much of an impact it was having in The West.
With statistics emerging from the recent lockdown, it’s easy to see how COVID-19 spreads much easier among those who are unvaccinated.
The pandemic caused a lot of worry in our communities. We didn’t want that worry to be around people’s ability to put food on the table.
The Portage Ceramic Awards are back bigger and better than ever. And The Trusts is delighted to sponsor these premier awards produced by Titirangi's Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery.
The Trusts is delighted to announce the appointment of John Loau to the Waitākere Licensing Trust board.
The March 2022 Licensing Trust Ordinary Meetings were held via video conferencing. Watch these meetings here.
Watch the November ordinary meetings for PLT & WLT
The February 2022 Licensing Trust Ordinary Meetings were held via video conferencing. Watch these meetings here.
Russian made products are being removed from The Trusts stores
The January 2022 Licensing Trust Ordinary Meetings were held via video conferencing. Watch these meetings here.
Portage Licensing Trust elected member Kurt Taogaga has tendered his resignation effective on the 5th of April to pursue new opportunities.
Instantly recognisable, Harold the Giraffe is the public face of the Life Education Trust. He’s a familiar and much-loved mascot to generations of children out West taking part in the Healthy Harold Programme.
West Auckland Trust Services (the Trusts) on behalf of Waitākere Licensing Trust today announced the permanent closure of the Te Atatū Tavern, located at 3 Pringle Road, Te Atatū Peninsula.