51 days ago

WIN tickets to Marlon Williams!

Eccles Entertainment

In celebration of his brand new album Plastic Bouquet (out Dec 11) with Canadian duo Kacy + Clayton, February 2021 will welcome the long-awaited return to the stage for Lyttelton based Marlon Williams.

Over an extensive tour of Aotearoa, audiences will be treated to a very different show from Marlon – a full solo performance unearthing some early material, beloved album songs and an introduction to some sparkling new works. This will be Marlon’s first solo tour in over six years.

Taking in cities between Auckland and Invercargill, An Evening with Marlon Williams is an upfront and personal tour visiting cosier venues than before and giving guests the experience of a more intimate Marlon.

Win 1 double pass ticket to an evening experience with Marlon Williams *cities out of Auckland. Simply LIKE or THANK this post to be in the draw . T&Cs apply.

All tour details at www.marlonwilliams.co.nz...
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Ever handled giving a shot? Retired doctor / nurse / emergency medical technician / ambulance technician?


"Vaccination Rollout Interest Registration

Register your interest in being apart of the Vaccine Rollout.

A key area within this programme is focused on the vaccinator workforce – the aim is to ensure that COVID-19 vaccinations do not impact on the core health and disability system. The Ministry will be working closely with DHBs and providers to support them to bring on appropriately qualified workers to be a part of the vaccinator workforce.

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Thank you again in advance for your offer of support.

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