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34 days ago

In case you were wondering... what Orgonite is!

Eve from Brooklyn

In case you were wondering...

Orgonite is a mixture of quartz crystal, metals and resin. It creates positive energy that is known for being beneficial for mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health.
It also protects from EMFs, ELFs and RFs, which radiate from things like smartphones, wireless internet and cellular towers.

Right now until tomorrow we have a 40% off all products on our site with the code "code40", maybe a great way to test them out and see if they give you vivid dreams too? (renown effect of Orgonites)! :) x

www.woodenbetonit.com...

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1 day ago

Poll: Is it time to revive Wellington's flag?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

It's unmistakable: the trireme-like ship, the flying dragon-dolphin-fish, the English flags. Quintessentially Wellington. Right?
The new mayor of Wellington and a city councillor want to see the revival of the city's flag and coat of arms around the city in help foster "civic pride". But, others say the flag is "a relic of the past" that fell into disuse for a reason. What do you think of the flag? www.stuff.co.nz...

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Is it time to revive Wellington's flag?
  • 20.8% It's great, fly it high
    20.8% Complete
  • 13.7% It's ok, I don't really mind if it's used
    13.7% Complete
  • 65.5% It's a relic, ditch it
    65.5% Complete
322 votes
1 hour ago

A Very Welly Christmas

The Team from Wellington City Council

There's only 9 more sleeps until A Very Welly Christmas 2019!
At our annual Christmas celebration, you can expect more than just tinsel and candy canes.
Run away to the circus with Colossal NZ or take a leap of faith with Bigair Cheersports! There will also be live bands, choruses, carols, crafts, ice skating, dance groups and more.
Head to averywellychristmas.co.nz/ for the full schedule coming soon.

3 hours ago

Do you know how climate change is affecting our island neighbours?

Kate Green Reporter from Dominion Post

Hi neighbours! A group of students have returned from their time on Tokelau with a story to tell of strength and community in the face of climate change. Their documentary, VAKA, is on display as part of Massey's Exposure exhibition until Nov 17. What are your thoughts on projects like this?

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