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Toni Grace, representing Palmerston North, noted a very good synergy with the Palmerston North City Council; the branch had been reorganised and revitalised and was starting to thrive.
She is also an elected member of the MidCentral District Health Board and of the Palmerston North City Council.
Free to the public, this lush park is owned by Palmerston North City Council and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.
On October 9, the Omani Students Association in Palmerston North, organised the biggest-ever Omani exhibition in New Zealand in collaboration with the Ministries of Higher Education, Tourism and the Palmerston North City Council. Eight tents were set up to showcase Omani handicrafts, food and culture and heritage.
Andrew Ladley for his outstanding work in East Timor; Trevor Grice, of the Life Education Trust, which takes health education programmes about the danger of drugs to schools; the Palmerston North City Council, for its vision, leadership and positive action in promoting peace; Kevin Prime, for his commitment to conservation and the social and economic development of Maori in Northland; Amnesty International NZ for education on human rights violations; and the Parihaka exhibition, for its commemoration of a non-violent approach to dispute resolution in the nineteenth century.