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Grey Lynn News July 2021

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Love your local park

Great things happen when Grey Lynn-ers get together. The transformation of Hakanoa and Wellpark Reserves are two recent examples join us at Grey Lynn Community Centre on Wednesday 28 July to hear how they did it and get your favourite green space next on the list.

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Home Street welcomes Matariki

A light-covered star marks Matariki on the steps of Home St Reserve, Arch Hill

More than 100 children, parents, grandparents and residents braved a chilly but perfectly clear evening to celebrate the start of Matariki at the recently regenerated Home Street Reserve in Arch Hill.

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Change on the horizon as Council drops plan

Plan Change 26 - which rules apply in Special Character areas?

Auckland Council have advised us that they have decided to withdraw Plan Change 26.

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Expert backs bold vision for Grey Lynn’s Great North Road

A senior University of Auckland architecture lecturer has lent his voice to the call for Auckland Transport (AT) to listen to the community before rushing through any changes to Great North Road.

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Grey Lynn Primary traffic-calming trial

Street artwork being used in the Grey Lynn Primary traffic-calming trial was chosen by the school and weaves together Pasifika and Māori designs

Auckland Transport is about to begin a trial to reduce speed and improve the safety of students of Grey Lynn Primary School on Surrey Crescent. 

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Cooper Street reserve on the chopping block?

We were disappointed to see that the Council’s property arm Panuku is proposing to sell the reserve at 36 Cooper Street, Arch Hill. 

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Take your pick: two revamped Grey Lynn playgrounds worth a visit

Building work is now complete on the playgrounds of two of our favourite local parks. 

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Rediscovering Bullock Track Bush

Bullock Track Bush, Western Springs
Bullock Track Bush, right on the border of Western Springs and Grey Lynn.

Bullock Track Bush is rich with native specimens. Some may even pre-date human arrival. Find out about Forest & Bird’s restoration project…

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Grey Lynn News – Keeping Up with the Cohaus & More!

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Welcome to Grey Lynn News for Oct 2020: Keeping up with the Cohaus. Beating the water shortage. Get biking & get free stuff! And more…

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Grey Lynn News – September 2020 – News, Sightings & More!

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Welcome to Grey Lynn News for September 2020: Rallying under lockdown. Jacinda Ardern visits our market. Your guide to action. And more!

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Predator-Free Grey Lynn wants your help to protect native birds

Grey Lynn News - Predator-free Grey Lynn

Predator-Free Grey Lynn has expanded its trapping area and now has West Lynn rodents in its sights. Get a free rat trap and help our native birds.

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Kia kaha Grey Lynn – rallying under another lockdown shutdown

Grey Lynn News - Cox's Bay playground

We’re proud of the way our community rallied under the lockdown shutdown, and the people and places that helped us adapt. Our highlights…

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Grey Lynn News – August 2020 – News, Sightings & More!

Grey Lynn News

Welcome to Grey Lynn News for August 2020. Grey Lynn Park developments, Plan Change 26, street trees, a leopard seal sighting near Coxs Bay! And more…

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