171 days ago

August eNews out now!

Holly Houston from Devonport Peninsula Trust

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4 minutes ago

Husband for sale (and other happy things) in today's Antidote

The Team Reporter from Stuff

We live in unusual times. It all gets a bit much some days. So we're bringing you a much-needed dose of positivity to remind you that there's inspiration, kindness and quirkiness out there too.

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Today: The story of a husband for sale on Trade Me, a skipper with a digger, kiwi chicks in the skies and many, many beers for Betty White.

2 hours ago

Unwanted household items to get rid of?

Ruth Boyes from Junk Run Ltd

If you have used the holiday season to have a big clear out - maybe we can help get rid of the items you no longer need.
Junk Run will sort everything and deliver your unwanted things all over Auckland to charities and community recipients who will gladly reuse them. If things cannot be reused we will try to get them recycled before we consider landfill as an option.
Give us a call on 021 586 544 for a cost estimate.

2 hours ago

Depot Artspace Gallery opening this Saturday with performances at 3pm

The Team from Depot Artspace

Our gallery doors officially open this Saturday 22 January for 2022 with 2 new exhibitions to welcome us into the new year!

Opening events are from 2-4pm with special dance and music performance at 3pm by exhibitor Dylan-Blanc Huata and his sister Mistee K.

Future Propositions exhibition presents the collective workings of regional Victorian (Australia based) artists Genevieve Thornton and Elise Lidgett and Aotearoa New Zealand artist Michelle Mayn. The exhibition combines sculpture, video and photography which explores our unknown futures, speculating on life and relationships, looking to the force of the present as it writes the paths of the future..

Hi There, Haere is a solo exhibition of Dylan-Blanc Huata which presents the audience with the honest and harsh lifestyle of Māori & kiwis living comfortably and in poverty. From financial struggles to domestic abuse, Dylan Blanc’s take is defined through a disorganised, vibrant and abstract style.

See full details here: depotartspace.co.nz/events