We believe a thriving community can exist only with the support of all who live and work in it. We love giving back to the community that supports our company and its staff. In recent times we've donated money and services to the Wairoa A and P Show, DIY Marae, Wairoa Athletic, and the Wairoa Gaiety Theatre.
We're particularly interested in helping organisations that have a core focus of assisting the environment, children, and causes that support social wellness for individuals and whanau. Please email us with your sponsorship request.
BOXING training can change a youngster’s life for the better, say Wairoa Boxing Club trainers Moana Foster and Siobhan Storey.
Dressed in varying shades of pink, a group of QRS staff were part of national Pink Shirt Day - a movement to end bullying, celebrate diversity and spread aroha and kindness around the workplace.
EPro8 Wairoa 2021 makes maths and science electrifying! The event last month was a huge success and hopefully, we've captured everyone who was there in our wrap-up! Well done everyone and see you next year. From the team at QRS.
Epro8 makes maths and science electrifying, reckons former automotive technician and now Te Mahia School principal Aan Hoek. “We are so into it at Te Mahia School!” Mr Hoek told us, as he watched his two Te Mahia School teams take on competitors from six other primary schools at the Wairoa Epro8 challenge at Wairoa College last week.
One of this year’s top-secret EPro8 challenges has a James Bond twist organisers have revealed ahead of the annual Wairoa kids’event.
WAIROA teenage swimming sensation Kaylah Reynolds shucked off the challenges of lockdown when she smashed seven personal bests at the New Zealand Secondary School Swim Championships last month. “The competition was fierce and there were so many talented athletes,” says Kaylah, 13, who attended the three-day swim meet with mum Joanne Reynolds.
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