29 days ago

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2 hours ago

Support a Kiwi dad this Father's Day

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

Father's Day is just around the corner and for many Kiwi dads, getting a treat isn't an option due to the family's limited disposable income or being a solo dad. You can make Father's Day go further by donating a Father's Bundle to a Kiwi family for only $19.

At this time of year, we want to acknowledge all the dads in New Zealand who work hard to provide for their families - particularly the families who can't make ends meet. So, we created a bundle of goodies that these Kiwi dads will love! The bundle has some chicken, a chunky soup, an apple pie for the family to share, plus a chocolate bar (just for Dad)!

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9 hours ago

Learn how to make your own beeswax wraps

The Team from Sustainability Trust

Our super popular DIY Beeswax Wrap workshop is back 🐝🐝

Come celebrate the little guys and make an all-natural beeswax wrap during Bee Awareness Month. We will teach you about bee conservation and how you can help.

You'll also make an all-natural beeswax wrap which you'll get to take home with you.

This workshop will sell out. So grab a ticket for you and a mate and come BEE aware! 🐝🐝🐝

When: 04 September 2019 from 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Where: Sustainability Trust HQ, 2 Forresters Lane (off Tory Street), Wellington
Cost: $5 (unwaged/ student) & $10 (waged)

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6 days ago

Poll: Is bilingual signage a worthwhile investment?

The team Reporter from Dominion Post

Hi neighbours - Porirua City's new bilingual signs have cost nearly $30,000 in consultant and designer's fees.

Featuring Te Reo Māori and English, the signs cost $27,360 to design, which included work by cultural advisors and bilingual experts.

Wendy Walker, Porirua City Council Chief Executive, says that "by bringing Māori language into our everyday lives, we help those less familiar with it gain confidence, as well as recognising those who already speak Te Reo."

What do you think about this? Do you think the bilingual signage is a worthwhile investment? Read more here

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Is bilingual signage a worthwhile investment?
  • 44.1% I think it's a great investment - It's important to preserve Te Reo
    44.1% Complete
  • 37% I think it's a waste of money
    37% Complete
  • 11.8% I think there are more interactive ways Te Reo could be practiced
    11.8% Complete
  • 7.2% I'm neither for or against it
    7.2% Complete
808 votes