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In Summer you can often add at least 5 degrees to the temp shown if you are up a sheltered valley, In winter.. well you get whatevers going.

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Big Ideas
Trust Aims
To promote the sustainable development of the Lake Wairewa and Southern Bays catchments, plan, fund, develop and establish facilities which contribute to the social, cultural, environmental or economic wellbeing of residents or visitors to that area'.



Little River CommunityTrust Logo newEMPLOYMENT OFFERED – Project Coordinator Position. The Little River Wairewa Community Trust seeks a person who can communicate effectively between various organisations, is well organised and can coordinate a number of projects arising from the Little River Big Ideas.

The person would be prepared to work flexible hours (up to 15 per week) and have a knowledge of Little River and its surrounds.

In the first instance please email the Secretary at for a job description and application form. Application close on the 5.00pm 31 March 2019
Check out the Little River Wairewa Community Trusts website


Casual – Cleaning Staff Required – Little River
Tourist Accommodation
2 hours per clean, between 12 – 2pm – no more than 1 clean per day
$20 per hour plus holiday pay and travel allowance applies.
May suit reliable high school student/student after some holiday work-would need own transport
Call Ruth Shepherd – 027 378 6892 or email

Little River Growers – are you interested in joining the Akaroa Farmers Market?

The Akaroa Farmers Market is open October to April every Saturday morning from 9.30 to 1pm in the Madeira Hotel car park in Akaroa.  You can go every week or intermittent days depending on what produce you have available.

Minimal charge is 10% of your takings up to a maximum of $20. Currently this charge goes back into the Akaroa community via Heartlands. If Little River area joins then they will discuss letting the money from this group come back to our community.

You can share tables if there are a few of you who have small amounts, which would decrease your travel and time.

There are tables and chairs available for customers to sit and eat if they wish. At the moment there are crepes and white bait patties.  An example of things sold is olives, smoked salmon, seasonal vegges, pickles.

If you want further info please contact Jan by email

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