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PRIORITIES RESET KEY TO FUTURE CITYCARE SUCCESS

The Citycare Group has reported a net loss after tax of $724k for the 2019 financial year.

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Connecting the Community

On Saturday 27 July, the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) returns to the community where their work started. SVA’s Connect the Community programme began in 2013 after the earthquakes when the community came together to work on shared improvement projects.

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Navigate Initiative

The Navigate Initiative is a ground breaking new partnership, between the community and the Department of Corrections, to run an intensive reintegration unit inside the prison wire. The unit offers holistic reintegration support to prisoners to improve health and well-being, increase community connections and ultimately reduce re-offending after their release.

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Driving Sustainability

A perennial challenge for any business aiming to drive Sustainability relates in part to the cost of change. For Citycare, for example, with a substantial white fleet operating nationally, there is no magic commercial solution to pushing to ‘go green’, especially whilst the cost of electric vehicles (EVs) generally remains...

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Renuka Narayan

Cutting a rock with persistence

When Renuka Narayan began her career at Citycare as a gardener for the streetscape contract in Christchurch in 2008, she never dreamed where her career would take her. Now more than a decade later, she lives in Auckland as Operations Manager Auckland OSM for Citycare Group.

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Simple Steps to Strong Relationships

Relationships matter and a good relationship is built on trust, follow through and most importantly collaboration, says Cindi Crooks Relationship Manager at Citycare.

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New plant protection invention used at The Big Give

While participating in The Big Give volunteer project at Christchurch's Styx River Catchment, the Student Volunteer Army were also one of the first to use Eco Gard plant protectors, the brainchild of 12-year-old entrepreneur Julia Christensen.

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1000 Auckland Grammar School students join Community Guardians for huge volunteer clean-up project in South Auckland

Reaching further into its Community Guardians platform, Citycare and the Sir Peter Blake Trust has completed a huge clean-up event in Auckland’s south, which was delivered by 1000+ Year 9 and 10 students from Auckland Grammar School as part of the celebration of the school’s 150th anniversary year.

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Primary school students prepare for nationwide community invasion

More than 1,000 schools and 32,000 students throughout New Zealand have signed up to become community guardians, as part of an initiative that will turn classrooms into volunteer armies.

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Community Guardians recognised with New Zealand Recreation Association award win

Community Guardians, the collaboration between Citycare Group and the Student Volunteer Army, was honoured at last week’s New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA) Awards, being named ‘Outstanding Community Recreation Programme’.

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Building a reimagined city

​Citycare Group was instrumental in helping architecture students from all over Australasia bring their designs to life during FESTA, Christchurch's Festival of Transitional Architecture.

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As a founding partner of WIN (Women in Infrastructure Network), Citycare Group is actively supporting more women to take leadership roles in the infrastructure and construction industries. At the first networking event for WIN's Canterbury Chapter, four women leaders provided practical advice and Kilmarnock Enterprises CEO Michelle Sharp shared her inspirational story.