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You don't have to cast your eyes too far down a newspaper or watch the news to know that Aotearoa's weather can be rather unpredictable.
To help you dress and gear-up for those crisp winter mornings, we have $1000 worth of Torpedo7 Gift Cards to share between 10 lucky members.
If your name's on the list, get in touch with us to claim your prize! If you know any of your neighbours listed, be sure to give them a neighbourly congrats!
Well done to:
Jonathan Howe from Gisborne
Alaina Luxmore from Auckland
Kelly Ryan from Ngāruawāhia
Hunish Segran from Pukekohe
Kirsten Mcmullen from Christchurch
Fereti Lualua from Auckland
Saniya Thompson from Invercargill
Annelize Kratz from Wellington
Kate Bonne from Christchurch
Martyn Simes from Whangārei
Stay safe and warm and remember to keep checking in to Neighbourly for more giveaways from the team!
An eclectic selection of paintings from the Gilli Sutton collection is being released for sale by tender, with the proceeds to be used to support future young artists.
Gilli, a well-known and much-loved Taupō identity, was passionate about encouraging emerging painters, sculptors, poets and writers, many of whom owe their subsequent success to the encouragement and financial backing so generously given to them by her.
She amassed an extensive collection of works of art and has shared this passion through gifts to the Taupō Museum and Art Gallery, the Taupō District Council and to the Waitakaruru Arboretum Sculpture Gardens.
Brett Taylor’s magnificent “Heartland Taupō” sculpture beside the Museum, Robbie Graham’s imposing “The Crossing” on the Taupō lakefront and the Ora Garden of Well-Being at the Taupō Museum were made possible through Gilli’s philanthropic foresight ensuring a legacy to be enjoyed by future generations of art-lovers.
In keeping with her ideals, an eclectic collection of artworks from Gilli’s Estate will be for sale by tender at the Taupō Museum from 14 August to 20 September 2021.
Among the exhibits is a work by the sought-after artist Charles Barraud of Lake Taupō which will be auctioned separately at the Waikato Art Auction on 20 September.
The Friends of the Taupō Museum and Art Gallery will be hosting an opening function on Friday 13 August at 5.30pm. All proceeds will be invested and administered for the support of future young artists in the Taupō District.
The Museum and Art Gallery is open seven days from 10am to 4.30pm and entry is free to Taupō District residents with proof of address.
"We’d been trying to recruit a young person for a couple of years", says Stainless Machinings owner Brian Lawry. “We’d been in touch with local high schools to arrange work experience at our precision component business and liaised with many career advisors and even advertised at Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT), but with no success.”
After years of searching for a new recruit for their business, Auckland engineering firm Stainless Machinings turned to Competenz’s free job matching service to find them an ideal candidate.
In the space of a few short months, school leaver Stuart Martin joined the company.
Read the full story at the link below.
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