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Helping clean up after Cyclone Garbielle

2/28/2023

Following the devastating impact of Cyclone Gabrielle, Ernslaw has donated $500,000 to the Tairawhiti Mayoral Relief Fund to assist with the region’s recovery. The donation is part of a wider contribution by Ernslaw over the last week to help neighbours and the community. CEO, Darren Mann, says that while staff and contractors have been running the machines and getting on the end of tools to help clear debris and silt, he knows there is so much more to do. “We’re committed to doing whatever we can and hope that this donation will go some way to supporting the many people in need,” says Darren.

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28/2/2023

Tokomaru Bay tamariki get a new playground

2/18/2022

Gisborne Regional Council and Ernslaw One funded the project with engineers, Civil Assist responsible for overseeing the planning and installation. The school children also had a say in what they wanted for their new playground, feeding back suggestions to Gisborne Regional Council.

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18/2/2022

Pathway into forestry for students

2/1/2022

For the last three years Ernslaw One has been supporting the Forestry Pathways Course, run by Toko Training, an offshoot of Tokomairiro High School, which offers Year 12 and 13 students a pre-apprenticeship programme while they continue to work towards NCEA Level 2 and 3.

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1/2/2022

BOARD OF ERNSLAW ONE APPOINTS NEW CEO

7/30/2021

The Board of Ernslaw One is pleased to announce the appointment of Darren Mann to the role of Chief Executive Officer.

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30/7/2021

Gisborne Mayor experiences forestry first-hand

7/16/2021

Hosted by Ernslaw One’s Gisborne Regional Manager, Bill Wheeler, CEO, Darren Mann and Jill Macaulay, the visitors not only had the opportunity to see forestry operations in progress but were treated to a ride in a brand new Kenworth truck.

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16/7/2021

Ernslaw One announces Paul Nicholls as Interim Chief Executive Officer

7/12/2019

The Board of Directors of Ernslaw One is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Nicholls to the role of Interim Chief Executive Officer

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12/7/2019

Ernslaw One mourns the passing of Managing Director Thomas Song

4/16/2019

Ernslaw One Ltd advises with deep sadness and regret that its founding Managing Director Thomas Song has passed away yesterday following a sudden illness.

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16/4/2019

Ernslaw helps enable broadband communication for the Waihopai Valley

11/5/2016

Ernslaw One has made a site available high above the Waihopai Valley in Marlborough to help enable the government’s Rural Broadband Initiative. Broadband services were previously unavailable for farmers and vineyard operators in the valley. The new system also provides localised cell coverage in the vicinity of each broadband hub, as mobile coverage does not exists in the upper Waihopai valley.

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5/11/2016

Ernslaw’s Keewai best in class at NZ Food Awards

10/1/2016

The value of this award to a new business cannot be understated”.

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1/10/2016

Community Environmental Award

7/6/2016

Environment Southland’s 2016 Southland Community Environment Award went to Ernslaw One for diversifying its business using areas that are unsuitable for growing trees, by creating hundreds of ponds in frost zones, in unplanted riparian areas near waterways and in powerlines corridors to farm freshwater crayfish.

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6/7/2016

Forestry Environmental Management Excellence Award

5/2/2016

Greg Kendall and Paul Hart have created a low cost effective truck crossing for low-gradient streams to stop logging truck wheels tracking in and washing mud (sediment) into flowing water within Naseby Forest.

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2/5/2016

Kiwi to be released in Coromandel

2/3/2014

Kiwi conservation group Project Kiwi Trust is working with sustainable forestry company Ernslaw One to build New Zealand’s Coromandel kiwi population.

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3/2/2014

Forest Harvesting Crew instrumental in rare New Zealand Falcon protection

2/12/2013

Contracted to local forest company Ernslaw One, Forestland Management Ltd are currently harvesting in the Waitahaia River valley, a remote location inland from Tokomaru Bay, where New Zealand Falcon are known to populate. The company had already identified the area as a Falcon Management Zone prior to the harvest starting.

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12/2/2013