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2019 Citizen & Young Achiever Awards 

Each year we recognise people that go the extra mile to make our communities, the District, and the world, a better place.

These people dedicate their time to doing things for others and these awards are an opportunity for us to acknowledge and thank them.

We know they won’t put themselves forward, so we need you to nominate the people you know who are achieving great things, no matter how big or how small.

Nominations closed 4pm Tuesday 4 June 2019. Awards will be presented at a special awards event.

Citizens Awards

To celebrate and recognise the extraordinary achievements of people, who through their outstanding dedication and community spirit, have made a positive difference in our communities.

Eligible individuals are nominated by the community and considered for selection by a special committee of the Council.  

Eligibility
Criteria:
  • Must be resident in the District at the time of service or achievement.
  • The services for which the nominee is recommended must be related to activity within the Hauraki District, or activity directly benefiting the Hauraki District.
  • Awards will not be made where nominees have been rewarded by payment of wages for services or achievement.
  • Awards will not be presented posthumously.
  • An Award may recognise outstanding long term service to a community organisation(s); or
  • Any other activity or action which is considered worthy of award by the Council.

View the latest list of recipients of the Citizens Awards and those of previous years

Young Achievers Awards

To celebrate all the wonderful things our young people, between the ages of 13 and 25 years, are achieving for themselves and for the community.

Nominations came from schools and individuals to honour young people for their leadership, sporting prowess, academic and vocational achievements as well as their ability to be role models for others in the community.

Eligibility

Criteria:

  • Must be resident in the District at the time of service or achievement.
  • Must be between the ages of 13 and 25 at the closing date for nominations.
  • The service or achievement for which the nominee is recommended must be related to activity within the Hauraki District, or activity directly benefiting the Hauraki District.
  • Awards will not be made where nominees have been rewarded by payment of wages for service or achievement.
  • Awards will not be presented posthumously.
  • Previous recipients of this award are not eligible.

View the latest list of recipients of the Young Achievers Awards and those of previous years

Citizens Awards

Our vision for a caring, positive community has been brought into sharp focus in 2020. If ever there was a time to celebrate and appreciate the manaakitanga and aroha of outstanding individuals, it is now.

They dedicate their time to doing things for others, and these Awards are an opportunity for us all to acknowledge and thank them. We are all richer in community spirit for their efforts.

Toby Adams, JP
Mayor – Hauraki District

Mayor Toby Adams

Young Achievers Awards 

Young people are our future and the future of Hauraki is bright.

These Awards celebrate all the wonderful things our young people are achieving for themselves and for the community, especially during these unprecedented times.

Inspiring leaders, outstanding sportspeople, change makers, young people who are caring and compassionate towards others – we want to acknowledge all the great things our young people are achieving, big or small.

Toby Adams, JP
Mayor – Hauraki District