At Sport Waikato we know that this is an extremely trying time for everyone, and especially for those of us working in the sport and recreation sectors. Covid-19 has changed our world in so many ways, and looking to the future of sport can feel a little like crystal ball gazing for all of us.
While we can’t give you all the answers as to what the future might look like, we'd like to take this opportunity to let you know that Sport Waikato’s focus when we come out the other side of this will be heavily focused on supporting sporting organisations to recover and to rebuild. We also know that this is not going to be an easy time for clubs and organisations and Sport Waikato is here to support.
Below are some links to information and services that could help during this time to answer any questions you might have.
Sport and active recreation across the Waikato region is set to receive a healthy financial investment as territorial authorities (TAs) confirmed their budgets for the next 10 years.
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Sport New Zealand have released comprehensive guidelines for all providers of play, active recreation or sport at Level 2.
Waitomo District’s elected members have conditionally agreed to support a proposal for Waitomo District Council to take full responsibility of the King Country Indoor Sport and Recreation Centre Project
A conversation between Kotahi Aroha’s Erina Wehi-Barton and Sport Waikato’s women and girls initiative This is ME® revealed...
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