Karori, Wellington

44 minutes ago

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44 minutes ago

Brahms & Tchaikovsky

New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

This will be a night to remember.

Heralded by The Washington Post as “talent that’s off the scale”, American violinist Stefan Jackiw makes his NZSO debut with Brahms’ beloved Violin Concerto. The NZSO will perform Tchaikovsky’s thrilling Symphony No. 4 and you will get to witness the …View more
This will be a night to remember.

Heralded by The Washington Post as “talent that’s off the scale”, American violinist Stefan Jackiw makes his NZSO debut with Brahms’ beloved Violin Concerto. The NZSO will perform Tchaikovsky’s thrilling Symphony No. 4 and you will get to witness the world Premiere of Gareth Farr’s latest composition He iwi tahi tātou. This latest composition continues our Landfall commission series which commemorate the 250th anniversary in 2019 of Captain James Cook’s arrival in New Zealand.

Sat 23 Jun 7.30pm
Michael Fowler Centre
Wellington
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5 days ago

Poll: Is there still a place for marmalade in your kitchen... and your heart?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Once upon a time, marmalade on toast was a winter staple. In our upcoming July issue though, gardening guru Lynda Hallinan says marmalade is in danger of extinction because fewer and fewer people are buying, making or eating it! So tell us: Do you still like marmalade? Yes or no, don't forget …View moreOnce upon a time, marmalade on toast was a winter staple. In our upcoming July issue though, gardening guru Lynda Hallinan says marmalade is in danger of extinction because fewer and fewer people are buying, making or eating it! So tell us: Do you still like marmalade? Yes or no, don't forget to tell us why.

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Is there still a place for marmalade in your kitchen... and your heart?
  • 78.6% Yum and yes please, I love marmalade!
    78.6% Complete
  • 21.4% No, thank you!
    21.4% Complete
1626 votes
12 days ago

Knitting/Crochet/Cross Stitch etc

Susan from Karori

Are you interested in being part of a group to meet on a regular basis fortnightly or monthly to learn new handcrafts or assist others? This would be in the evening.

8 hours ago

We can help!

Lydia from Karori Kip McGrath

Don’t let your child lose sleep over schoolwork! Take action while they have time to catch up.

Apply for a FREE assessment with a trained teacher in Karori here ➡️
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10 hours ago

What doesn't belong in the wastewater network

The Team from Wellington Water

You know what doesn't belong in the wastewater network? A giant orange cone! And yet...

This cone was found blocking one of the wastewater pump stations in Porirua's CBD last week.

Not too sure how it got there... But our team managed to clear it from the pump station before any …View more
You know what doesn't belong in the wastewater network? A giant orange cone! And yet...

This cone was found blocking one of the wastewater pump stations in Porirua's CBD last week.

Not too sure how it got there... But our team managed to clear it from the pump station before any major damage was done. ?

In the past we've also found a pair of jeans, shampoo bottles, kids (and adults) toys, money, cellphones, pagers, and A LOT of wetwipes!

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12 hours ago

What's On: Sacred Temple Birman Cat Show

Pauline from Pukerua Bay

Birman and Companion cats will be judged by 5 judges for places in the top ten. Come and see these beautiful cats & kittens compete for prizes. Ask breeders advice.
Sacred Temple Birman Cat Show
  • Indian Cultural Centre
13 hours ago

Become a volunteer and create change in your community

Sarah Macdonald from Volunteering New Zealand

It's National Volunteer Week!

Volunteers create positive change on many fronts – human rights, faith communities, health, education, sports and recreation, social services, arts and culture, emergency services, the environment and conservation, animal welfare, and community support …View more
It's National Volunteer Week!

Volunteers create positive change on many fronts – human rights, faith communities, health, education, sports and recreation, social services, arts and culture, emergency services, the environment and conservation, animal welfare, and community support development – the list is endless.

If you're interested in volunteering please check out the link below to find out about the different ways you can volunteer:

nationalvolunteerweek.nz...

National Volunteer Week (17 - 23 June). The NVW 2018 theme: Volunteers, The Heart of our Community – By many, the work will be completed, Mā tini, mā mano, ka rapa te whai.


#NVW2018

nationalvolunteerweek.nz/volunteer/
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11 days ago

Plan your journeys around Wellington City after 15 July

Community Engagement Advisor from Metlink: On Our Way

Changes are coming to Metlink buses and trains across the region from Sunday 15 July, including some new timetables and routes.

Check out the Journey Planner www.metlink.org.nz... to see what these changes may mean for you.

metlink.org.nz/
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15 hours ago

Community School Holiday Programme

Lexi Taylor from Aro Valley Community Centre

Haere mai! Have a blast at the July Holiday Programme in the Aro Valley Community Centre. The cost of the programme is $30 per day or $35 on a trip day. OSCAR subsidy available. For timetable and enrolment information visit www.arovalley.org.nz...

arovalley.org.nz/school-holiday-programme.html
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16 hours ago

Why Phonics'?

Lydia from Little Learner Phonics

"Scientific studies have repeatedly found that explicit systematic phonics instruction is the most effective way to teach children how to read"

Give your child the best start to their education by registering here today➡️ littlelearnerphonics.com...

theconversation.com/explainer-what-is-phonics-and-why-is-it-important-70522
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