Welcome to Titahi Bay

This page is managed by Titahi Bay Community Group. Our purpose is to connect with our community and support community initiatives.

Emergency Contacts

Life-threatening emergency: dial 111

Major earthquake - get to or stay on high ground
Alerts (water, roads, fire): https://poriruacity.govt.nz/services/alerts-updates/
If you see someone in trouble at sea, call the Police on 111. They will alert the Coastguard if necessary.
More… [Link to: Safety and Wellbeing]

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Titahi Bay Community Group

The TBCG was set up in ??? by a large group of residents who felt that the representative voice of Titahi Bay needed to be better expressed to the Porirua City Council. It is open to any resident of the Bay. Subscription is $10 [check] a year. One of our main roles is to provide support for new or small groups, and especially to help them find funding. read more [link to ‘About TCBG’]

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Upcoming Events

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Newsletter #1 October 2020

the real story behind the knowledge box

Chris Bishop National List MP2

Left to right: Jeanette Voyce SuperGrans Manager, Chris Bishop National List MP, Ray Wallace Lower Hutt Mayor, Leole Malama DIA, Paula Birnie,SuperGrans Volunteer Erin McMenamin Former SuperGrans Manager.

Tagged knowledge box, Super Grans,

how wonderful Titahi Bay is

Titahi Bay boat sheds

Colourful boatsheds set the scene at friendly Titahi Bay, writes Elisabeth Easther (NZ Heralds news - travel). See her article here.