More messages from your neighbours
21 hours ago

Cambridge: The Kiwi town that could become the next big thing

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

Cambridge is so much more than just a town you drive through. Click the link below for a few reasons to consider sticking around a bit. #backyourbackyard

1 hour ago

Exciting news! Voices of Women is now available on CD...

Jenni Murphy-Scanlon from PACT (Performing Arts Community Trust)

We are absolutely delighted to let you know that 'Voices of Women - a celebration of the successful struggle by women to gain the vote' is now available on CD from Marbeck's in-store or online here: www.marbecks.co.nz...

With its release so close to Suffrage Day (same as General Elections day this year on 19 September), this will make a wonderful gift for the women in your life. Huge aroha to all the women who made this project possible - from the poets and speakers present and past, composer, musicians and vocalists. The CD has been released by Atoll Records and is an album that New Zealand can be proud of - and the Waikato can be very proud that another international quality arts project has come from here.

Special thanks to our key sponsors without whom the concert and recording could not have happened - WEL Energy Trust, Trust Waikato, CCS (Creative Waikato and Hamilton City Council), Norah Howell Trust, University of Waikato and private donors.

📷 Kerry Blakeney-williams

Janet Jennings, Composer, Jacinda Ardern, Stephanie Acraman, Felicity Tomkins, Katherine Austin, Maria Mo, Yoshiko Tsuruta, Rachel Thomas - Music, Rachel Fuller, Catrin Johnsson, Mere Boynton, Jayne Tankersley, Maia-Dean Martin, Noelle Dannenbring Rachael Griffiths-Hughes,

10 hours ago

There’s lots of ways to support people with cancer this Daffodil Day

Cancer Society

As the Cancer Society’s 30th Daffodil Day approaches you can choose to give in many more ways than ever before.

This year especially, we wanted to make it easier to donate to our street appeal for those that won’t be out and about or aren’t carrying cash. Every dollar makes a difference in helping provide free support for people with cancer and their whānau.”

The newest way to donate is with the Cancer Society’s digital experience called ‘My Daffodil’. This can be found at www.daffodilday.org.nz. You can also donate via a QR code that will be displayed on daffodils during the street appeal on Friday 28 August.

Thank you for your support, we appreciate it!
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