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.
New Zealand springs forward this weekend as Daylight Saving time begins.
Clocks will go forward by one hour at 2am on Sunday 27 September. Daylight saving time will continue until Sunday 4 April 2020, when clocks will go back by one hour to NZ Standard Time.
Most New Zealanders should experience a seamless transition, with modern electronic devices adjusting automatically. However, older devices may need to be adjusted manually.
Do not forget it is also a good time to check emergency plans, survival kits and smoke alarms.
Gidday Neighbourly Friends...I have a wee gripe I feel the need to share.
I quoted for a gardening job and it was accepted, right up until the time for payment. If one agrees with the quote, please honour it because that job ended up costing me money because it was in Pauatahanui and I'm in Pram, and I had budgeted for the agreed amount.
If you wish to haggle I'm all for that, just not after the handshake and certainly not after the work has been completed.
I will not name them but please be very wary of accepting any jobs from the watery terrain property in Pauatahanui.
Gripe over...please everyone have a lovely weekend and keep warm & dry. 😊
Good news – 2021 is set to be the year of the long weekend.
Five out of 10 public holidays will be Mondayised (or Tuesdayised in one case) next year, which means if you work a standard Monday to Friday week, you can look forward to some extended breaks.
In fact, once you’ve tacked on the weekends, you’ll end up getting a whopping 25 days off out of those 10 stat days, plus your region’s anniversary day.
To find out how to get the most out of your annual leave next year, click here.