40 days ago

Singing and guitar lessons for adults

Geoff from Seatoun

I'm an experienced guitar and singing teacher with a few places available for adult lessons. The singing lessons cover contemporary styles, scales and international renowned vocal exercises. The guitar lessons are perfect for beginners or intermediate players who want to take their playing to the next level. Lessons come with a free 40 pages booklet filled with songs and exercises that speed up the learning curve immensely. Feel free to listen to my music on Spotify, Google Play and Apple Music under Geoff Day.
Please contact me via text or call on 021 565 750.

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9 hours ago

Quiz Night

Glenna Neighbourly Lead from Hataitai

Bookings through www.trybooking.co.nz...
Purchase quiz entry ($15) + an optional prepaid meal ($25).(Fish n Chips, Rump Steak, Chicken Schnitzel, Mushroom Risotto) which includes garlic bread.We have spot prizes and an auction of terrific bundles of items. Bring cash to buy blue spots.
Meal at 6pm; Quiz at 7pm; Auction at 8pm; last quiz rounds after that.
We thank you for your support which raises funds for the redevelopment of the Hataitai Centre (former Bowling Club).
On Friday 21 August 2020 at 6:00pm meal and quiz at 7pm.

The Realm Restaurant
7 Moxham Avenue, Hataitai, Wellington, 6021

10 hours ago

NumberWorks'nWords Arcade

NumberWorks'nWords Kilbirnie

Check out NumberWorks’nWords for a gallery of fun games for practicing and consolidating Maths and English skills. The games help to reinforce the concepts taught in our tutoring sessions and make learning fun!

11 hours ago

Taita College old boy couldn't find Loch Ness monster, reveals secrets of tuatara instead

Kate Green Reporter from Dominion Post

For the scientist who embarked on a hunt for the Loch Ness monster, and more recently sequenced the genome of the tuatara, his love of science and animals began in the Hutt Valley.

Neil Gemmell graduated Dux of Taita College in 1984, and credited his teachers for instilling a love of science in him.

People probably wouldn’t be surprised to hear he was still chasing answers to this kind of mystery.

“I was a bit of a nerd,” he laughed.