I am looking for Dads who are willing to be photographed for a gorgeous book: LOVE and dads.
The book is about love, and raising funds for the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. The whole session fee ($65) goes to the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ, who's vision is zero deaths from breast cancer in New Zealand.
Who can take part?
Dads with their child / children who are willing to donate the $65. The children can be adults...they can be mums or dads themselves!
What does the dad get?
A fun portrait session with Juliette Capaldi of Etta Images.
A place in the book, LOVE and dads.
The satisfaction of helping NZ to move towards zero deaths from breast cancer.
What else do I need to know?
The sessions are fun and don't take long.
Sessions take place in Christchurch (Central, South and East).
Prints for yourself are optional, at my usual print prices.
The children of the dad can be adults also.
We can photograph extra people at the session too if you would like.
The goal is 100 dads, to raise $6500. Already 49 dads have signed up. Now I just need another 51!
Please let me know if you have any questions at all.
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New smart ultrasonic water meters will be installed in about 1200 east Christchurch homes over the next six months.
The meters can send information about water use back to the council directly, which means staff will no longer need to visit a home to get a reading.
The new meters, which the council intends to eventually install across the city, also collect more data about water use and can provide readings over the course of the day.
The first installations in east Christchurch come as the city approaches its last summer before the introduction of an excess water use charge.
From July 2022, households using more than an average of 700 litres of water a day over a three-month period will be stung by the new charge. The average Christchurch household uses 540 litres per day. Continue reading here.
Hello. This tom cat has been calling to see me for a feed for the last three annual cat mating seasons, then he disappears again. (I don't have an non-neutered female to engage his interest.) The first time he was about a year old, bigger in the second year, and this year he is fully grown. He's reasonably socialised, and will walk into the kitchen like a boss when I open the door. Last weekend I saw him on the front lawn of a house in Smith Street down near Linwood Park, but he may have been stalking a bird rather than relaxing at home.
Does anyone recognize him? I'm weighing up whether to properly adopt him, have him vet checked and neutered, etc, but don't want to steal him away from someone else if he does have an owner. Please reply to this message to contact me.