93 days ago

Can you help identify the symbols on this neckerchief?

Melanie Earley Reporter from Western Leader

Kia ora neighbours, a tattered neckerchief discovered inside a 153-year-old shipwreck on Muriwai beach has been restored by heritage specialists. It was found the neckerchief was made of pure silk and featured detailed images which appeared to relate to the Freemasons organisation. The Daring rescue group are now calling for anyone who may know the background of the images and what they mean. Images can be found within the story.

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Migrant Information sessions

Elizabeth Tuck from Citizens Advice Bureau New Lynn Branch

We are holding some information sessions on the first three Saturdays in May for migrants who may want tips on finding employment in New Zealand. We will be covering CV writing and cover letters, employment rights and changes to the immigration policy affecting essentials skill work visas along with tips on networking and Kiwi culture.
Join us for all or any of our sessions and enjoy a free lunch/afternoon tea with us. Please see the attached poster for more details or contact New Lynn Citizens Advice Bureau on 09 827 4731.

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What's On: Composting Basics Seminar

Toni-Kim from Henderson

AHC presents The Compost Collective, demonstrating three home composting systems - worm farming | bokashi buckets | cold composting. $2 entry. compostcollective.org.nz/events/composting-basics-western-springs
Composting Basics Seminar
  • Auckland Horticultural Council Complex