Solid, good quality lounge suite - in need of reholstering. Free. To be collected.
Are any of these faces familiar? A reader has given us this original photograph of a group of waitresses on the opening night, in the year 1972, of what is now Leroy's bar on the Plimmer Steps, but was then The Woolshed Restaurant. The manager at the time was Stephen Petty. We'd love to put names to faces, so if you recognise anyone, please let us know!
Acting for Adults with Alan Palmer, A.G.S.M&D, MA
This term: Acting for Beginners- Improvisation
15 hour (10 week) course
This course is designed to develop a range of essential skills, all of which are required, for students to access the ability to become an actor. They will also enable participants to be more confident and creative in their daily lives.
Skills you will enhance include: self-confidence, listening, creativity, communication, spontaneity and positivity.
On completion of the programme you will receive a certificate and be invited to continue to the next course: Acting from Script.
When: Tuesday evenings 7.00pm until 8.30pm
Where: St Ninian’s Church, cnr Karori Road & Newcombe Cres, Karori
Dates: 25th February until 28th April
Cost: $180.00 (can be split into smaller payments)
For more info or to book your place contact:
Alan Palmer: phone/text: 0276224025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
or Nadia Perrott: text: 02102605501 or email email@example.com
Kia ora koutou, I am Naomi and I am a member of the Whaitua Te Whanganui-a-Tara Committee tasked with making recommendations to Greater Wellington Regional Council on the future of our coastal and freshwater quality, and how our water is used. Our waterways and all the fish and species that live in them are precious taonga, so we have set out to understand how they are valued and what should be done to provide the future we want for our water. I am a conduit to Ngāti Toa Rangatira mana whenua on the Whaitua Committee. I am looking forward to working with Ngāti Toa mana whenua and you to shape the future of our water.
Our population is growing fast and placing more pressure waste and stormwater infrastructure. Some of our waterways have high levels of E-coli and other illness causing bacteria for anyone who ingests them. We need your help in protecting the health and mauri of our waterways, for us and for our children , which are under pressure due to increasing population and land development.
Fixing the waste and stormwater infrastructure is costly. Help us to find solutions that are fair and equitable. These are big changes, and needs to reflect our communities’ views informed by good evidence and information.
Connect with us to talk about what we can do together. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To see what we have been doing visit our Facebook page (www.facebook.com...), and to share what you value about our water and your solutions have your say (www.haveyoursay.gw.gov.nz...)