Wellington artists who wouldn’t normally have a platform are being showcased in a home-grown collective gallery exhibition at Te Auaha.
Te Auaha, NZ Institute of Creativity on Dixon St, is hosting the second iteration exhibition ‘Have Something To Say’, a collective exhibition of artworks from five Wellington artists, which runs until Saturday, August 15.
Regional Screening Services are running a free cervical screening clinic on Saturday 10 October.
Jayne L’Amour is forking out thousands of dollars to have life-changing surgery in the United States.
The Lower Hutt former dancer and fitness instructor has a rare condition, known as slipping rib syndrome. It occurs occurs when the cartilage on a person’s lower ribs slips and moves, leading to pain in their chest or upper abdomen.
The options in New Zealand include removing ribs, but a pioneer surgeon in the US has worked out a way to stabilise them.
She is heading heading to the United Hospital Centre in Bridgeport, West Virginia, for surgery, and will spend a month in America.
Kia Ora, I live in Waiwhetu and am looking for Harakeke for weaving. If anyone in the area has a plant that needs pruning then please let me know 😊