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Title Post date What Where Attached files
Why take a walk? (Christchurch) 15 Aug 2006
Why Victoria Walks thinks eScooter don't belong on the Footpath 17 Dec 2019
Why walking provided our school with a traffic safety solution 8 Jan 2007
Why we need walk bike separation, not sharing - a video 7 May 2020
Why we supported the Manners Mall proposal 28 Aug 2009
Widening the lens on child health 13 Jun 2006
Will our school children get home healthy and safe? 1 May 2017
Winner and Highly Commended for Best Practice Walking Facility.JPG 16 Aug 2010
Winner and Highly Commended for Best Small Walking Project 10 Aug 2010
Winner and Highly Commended for Best Small Walking Project 16 Aug 2010
Winner and Highly Commended for the Best Walking Project Award 10 Aug 2010
Winner and Highly Commended for the Top Commitment by an Organisation Award 16 Aug 2010
Winner and Highly Commended for the Top Walking Facility award 10 Aug 2010
Winner and Highly Commended for the Top Walking Facility award 10 Aug 2010
Winner of the Golden Foot Award 2010: Best Small Walking Project 10 Aug 2010
Winner of the Golden Foot Award 2010: Best Walking Promotion 10 Aug 2010
Winner of the Golden Foot Award 2010: Top Commitment by an Organisation 10 Aug 2010
Winners of the 2022 Living Streets Aotearoa Walking Awards 29 Aug 2022
Women and walking in New Zealand 3 Jan 2018
Working on footpaths (Hamilton) 31 Jul 2006
Working with youth on sustainable travel choices 27 Jul 2006
Workplace travel plan coordinator 12 Jun 2007
Workplace, physical activity, pedometers, health promotion 7 Aug 2006
Workshop: Co-benefits of Walking and Cycling 3 Feb 2011
World Carfree day 18 Jun 2011

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Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.

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