41 days ago

Are you up for Drop Your Boss 2019?

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Our Tamariki face many obstacles in this ever-changing world … so we are asking ‘bosses’ across New Zealand to accept their own challenge, step outside their comfort zone and take part in Drop Your Boss 2019!

Drop Your Boss is an annual fundraiser for the Graeme Dingle Foundation where we ask our Corporate Partners and Business Leaders to nominate their Boss to step off Auckland’s iconic building – The Sky Tower. All we ask is that your team fundraise through our Givealittle page and raise as much as possible to see your Boss dropped! All funds raised will support the work the Graeme Dingle Foundation does with young people across Aotearoa.

We invite staff, family and friends to come along and witness their Boss literally ‘go over the edge’ – all in the community spirit of the Graeme Dingle Foundation.

Sign up for Drop Your Boss and Walk The Talk with us!

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7 hours ago

Volunteer Videographer/Photographer needed 24th November

Simone from Glendowie

We are looking for a Volunteer Videographer/Photographer for our not for profit - Free Hug Event on Sunday 24th November 10-12 pm in central Auckland. It would be great for a Film and Creative arts student.
For more information please get in touch
nicole@nicolewijngaarden.com

Cell: 02102625148

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12 hours ago

After School Tuition

Emily Penhearow from Zest Education Centre

Zest Education Centre offers tuition for students of all ages.
We offer School Readiness programmes, exam preparation and special interest tuition.

Please see our website for more information:
www.zesteducation.co.nz...

Or contact us at learn@zesteducation.co.nz

11 hours ago

Remuera local who founded successful NZ shoe brand dies

Brittany Keogh Reporter from East & Bays Courier

Hi neighbours, the founder of popular Kiwi shoe brand Andrea Biani - and East and Bays local - Sebastiano Perillo has died. Perillo, also known as John, came to NZ from Italy as a refugee in 1951. He spent several decades in the footwear industry and built his family home in Remuera before moving to Parnell. His son David says Perillo will be sorely missed: "He was kind of the last patriarch of the family".

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