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Funding for Women’s leadership Development:

Up to $8,000 available

Building on the significant developmental momentum achieved earlier in the year, Women & Leadership New Zealand is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across NZ’s transport and logistics sector. The initiative is providing women with grants of between $3,000 and $8,000 to enable participation in a range of leadership development programs. The scholarship funding is provided with the specific intent of providing powerful and effective development opportunities for transport and logistics sector women; however the funding is strictly limited and has to be allocated prior to the end of 2017.

Expressions of Interest – Find out more and register your interest by completing the Expression of Interest form prior to December 15, 2017: http://www.womenandleadership.co.nz/associations.html

2017 Women behind the Wheels photo competition

Women behind the Wheels photo comp is now open and accepting entries.

This year it bigger and better so get your camera’s snapping and your entries rolling in.

There are three categories this year, the best of all categories will then vie for the ever popular people’s choice award. The categories are:

  • Show and Shine
    Best Action Shot
    Open Class – simply put open to all, male and female.

To enter simply email us your photo to WiRTnz@gmail.com along with:
1. Your name
2. The category you are entering
3. Who you work for
4. A few words about your picture

The competition closes on 6 November 2017, so hurry and get your entry in

2016 Overall winner – Bridget Scott

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2016 Action shot winner – Steph Wyness

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2016 People’s Choice winner – Amy Edmonds

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Pitstop News

June 2017 Pitstop News

We need better rest stops!

We need your help Ladies. One of the WiRT objectives is to make the country’s rest stops a safer place for those of you out on the road, keeping the wheels turning.

Where are the best rest stops for trucks in New Zealand? – ones with good toilets, good parking and adequate lighting. If you have a favourite stop on your run, let us know. If there are some that need improving, share that with us too. We need your input to start the wheels of change turning so please add your comments below and let’s talk…!

Kiwi truckie says starring role in Volvo truck stunt was ‘hardcase’

http://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/news/87032727/kiwis-key-role-in-volvo-truck-stunt

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