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Nominations for the 2019 Kāpiti Civic Awards and Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards are open until 5pm on May 31. 

The Civic Awards recognise the efforts of local residents who help to make our community vibrant,  

diverse and thriving. Every year, several people are recognised for their work with nominations for an award. 

Civic Awards are awarded to residents who:  

  • have carried out meritorious voluntary service for the benefit of the district
  • have made a significant contribution to the welfare of others within New Zealand or overseas
  • have made outstanding personal achievements in their field.

For criteria and conditions, and to fill out a nomination form, look for civic awards at 

The Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards recognise groups or organisations that help make Kāpiti a great place in which to live. The awards focus on volunteer groups in the categories of Heritage & Environment, Health & Wellbeing, Arts & Culture, Sports & Leisure, Education & Child/Youth Development, and Rising Star. 

To nominate a group or organisation, look for community awards at 

Nominations open for awards



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