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    • Guerilla decorating in Aro Valley
      • 29 Mar 2010
      • After a month of growing, the tubs I gardened in Aro Valley are blooming. The dahlias have started coming out and the geraniums have been replaced with buttercup pumpkin plants.
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      • aro valley
      • Geotagged Aro Valley, Wellington, New Zealand

    • Journalism grads face better job prospects
      • 26 Mar 2010
      • Newswire.co.nz
      • A FRESHLY minted bunch of Whitireia journalism graduates hits the job trail next week – and there are unexpected signs they face improved prospects. More than a dozen journalism positions are in the offing for 23 graduates of the National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media), a much better job market than a year ago.
      • Accepted from Newswire.co.nz news feed
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      • video
      • porirua
      • media
      • Geotagged Porirua, Wellington Region, New Zealand

    • Bunnings Community Day
      • 25 Mar 2010
      • Coastguard Mana
      • Operation Details Date/Time:  Sat, 20/03/2010 - 09:00 - 15:00 Operation Type:  Other People Assisted:  0 This event was a chance for a range of groups to raise awareness and Bunnings is encouraging charities, sporting groups and non-profit organisations such as CG to take part. CG Mana participated by raffling off some items for fundraising and provided general information to interested parties. Resources Attendees:  Maeleen Owen CRV's Used:  CRV Pelorus Toyota Prado
      • Accepted from Coastguard Mana news
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      • sport
      • emergency services
      • kapiti
      • places
      • boating
      • Geotagged -41.135393, 174.836276

    • Currently showing at Farsite Gallery until 6 April 2010
      • 25 Mar 2010
      • Hutt Valley Community Arts
      • Visit Farsite and take in the breath-taking realist works from local artist Lindsay Clear. Embracing scenes from throughout Petone, Hutt Valley and Wellington, the photo like quality of these paintings capture the beauty and detail of our surroundings. When: Monday – Thursday 10am – 3pm
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      • exhibitions
      • Geotagged Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

    • More changes at Karori
      • 25 Mar 2010
      • Spirit Taekwon-Do
      • There are some big changes happening at Spirit Karori. Mr D’arcy Mellsop, who opened the school in October 2006, has decided to finish with Taekwon-Do so that he can focus all his energy on his new business, Activate Self Defence. As all of us who have trained with Mr Mellsop know, his energy and passion are amazing, and I have no doubt that he will devote the same amount of intensity into his business as he has put into Karori School!
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      • karori
      • Geotagged Karori, Wellington, New Zealand

    • Hutt Valley teenagers in football heaven
      • 25 Mar 2010
      • Newswire.co.nz
      • THREE Hutt Valley High School students this week join thousands of the world’s most talented teenagers at the annual Dallas Football Cup Tournament in the US. Jono Coulter, Sam Pickering and Justin Gulley are members of the Capital Under-17 squad who will be among 300 international teams at the tournament.
      • Accepted from Newswire sport feed
      • Tagged as:
      • soccer
      • hutt valley
      • Geotagged Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

    • Sunday March 28
      • 24 Mar 2010
      • Wellington Marathon Clinic
      • Hi Everyone A most stimulating outing last Sunday and it was great to see so many members taking advantage of the bus to Karori to either do the RidgeLine Run/Walk, meet the bus at Karori, or run back to Kilbirnie.
      • Accepted from WMC news
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      • karori
      • kilbirnie
      • Geotagged Karori, Wellington, New Zealand

    • March on parliament, wednesday 6 july 2011
      • 23 Mar 2010
      • Save Kapiti
      • The objective of the rally is to deliver a petition to John Key in support of a local two-lane road, an upgrade of SH1 and an upgrade of the rail as opposed to the bulldozing of the ‘Sand Hills’ Road of National Significance (RoNS) through the heart of our district. 4000+ people have signed the petition, so come along and show your support!
      • Tagged as:
      • events
      • kapiti

    • Practical Training
      • 23 Mar 2010
      • Coastguard Mana
      • Three groups split up. One went out on Protector, one went out on Pelorus and the other stayed in the base and did radio work between both vessels. The Protector crew took the boat out the channel and over the bar a couple of times to do some nighttime practice crossing the bar, holding station in the wind and navigating with the lights. The Pelorus crew operated inshore under the Paramata bridge and in the marina doing manouvering, etc.
      • Accepted from Coastguard Mana news
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      • kapiti
      • sport
      • boating
      • places
      • emergency services

    • 'Be a Better Runner' Weekend Seminar
      • 22 Mar 2010
      • Wellington Marathon Clinic
      • Date: 2 days on the 10th,11th April 2010 Who: Brendon Todd (Pro-Active Physio), Ali Dennis (Running Coach),Emma Ellis (Trainer & marathon runner), Lotty Turnidge (Elite female marathon-runner) & Greig Rightford (Trainer & marathon runner) Cost: $299.00 per person Seminar Length: 2 full days, 9:30am-5:00pm Venue: Wellington Girls' College Field, Pipitea Street, Thorndon
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      • thorndon
      • Geotagged Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand

    • NBT Stop 2 - Newtown
      • 21 Mar 2010
      • Wellington Competitive Bowlers Association Inc
      • There were lots of Wellington bowlers in action the weekend 19-21 March at the 2nd leg of the NBT tour at Bowlarama, Newtown. Congratulations to the following for winning their divisions:
      • Accepted from WCBA blog feed
      • Tagged as:
      • newtown
      • bowling
      • Geotagged Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand/Aotearoa

    • A Festival of Cultures in the North
      • 20 Mar 2010
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • Race Relations Week was celebrated at Johnsonville Library through a Festival of Cultures attended by more than 60 people on Friday 19th March. All the librarians and most of the guests and children from a local kindergarten were dressed in their national costume.
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      • johnsonville
      • Geotagged Johnsonville, Wellington

    • March General Meeting - Members Forum | Wellington Radio EXPO 2010
      • 20 Mar 2010
      • Wellington VHF Group
      • Come along and have your say at the 2010 WVHFG Members Forum!. A few though provoking potential subjects for open discussion: Recruitment More Public Service activities On-Air Activities, nets, contests, fielddays Speakers & Topics Construction Projects Special Interests Group Digital Radio - and a Digital National System? The future of the National System The Future of Amateur Television The Future of Amateur Radio? Bring your bright ideas - lets discuss them!! Chocolate cake provided. 7.30pm at the Tawa Community Centre, this Thursday 25 March. REMINDER: Wellington Radio EXPO 2010 - THIS SATURDAY As reported by Southgate ARC, the annual event will again be held in Lower Hutt this coming Saturday. For more information see also NZART's official site. read more
      • Accepted from VHF group news
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      • tawa
      • Geotagged Tawa, Wellington, New Zealand

    • Earth people at Miramar and Kilbirnie libraries
      • 19 Mar 2010
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • On Wednesday afternoon at Miramar library and on Thursday at Kilbirnie, people celebrated Race Relations Week by making clay people. We started each of our clay people making sessions with a retelling of the story of how clay was brought to the Pueblo Indians by a clay woman and a clay man. Our artists ranged from preschoolers, school children, teenagesrs and mums. Everyone seemed to enjoy getting their hands dirty. Productivity was high as weird and wonderful characters, relatives, friends and even an elephant and a volcano emerged from the clay.
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      • libraries
      • kilbirnie
      • miramar
      • Geotagged Kilbirnie, Wellington

    • Pulcinella comes to the East Cluster Libraries
      • 19 Mar 2010
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • As part of Race Relations Week, Miramar and Kilbirnie libraries played host to the famous Italian puppet, Pulcinella, cousin to the English Punch. His friends, Teresina, La Morte (Death), Fred and the Black Sheep came along too. Anna Bailey, our puppeteering librarian, gave the traditional tale a NZ twist, when Pulcinella left his darling Teresina and her delicious pizza for an ill fated trip to NZ.
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      • libraries
      • kilbirnie
      • miramar
      • Geotagged Kilbirnie, Wellington

    • Yachties rescued as yacht sinks off Plimmerton after hitting rocks
      • 18 Mar 2010
      • Coastguard Mana
      • Operation Details Date/Time:  Thu, 18/03/2010 - 21:45 - Fri, 19/03/2010 - 00:30 Operation Type:  SAROP Cat 1 People Assisted:  2 A Wellington couple aged in their 70's are lucky to be alive after their 25 foot yacht hit rocks off Plimmerton Beach near Wellington on Thursday night. The couple phoned Police on 111 from a cell phone at approximately 9.45pm after their boat hit rocks a few hundred metres off shore; losing power and taking on water. The Police, Westpac Rescue Helicopter and Coastguard were all sent to the aid of the couple, who managed to climb into a small dinghy (in choppy conditions) as their boat sank beneath them. Vessel Details Length:  7.60 Resources Attendees:  Gary Spence Jimmy Trist Paul Craven Peter Francis Peter Tse tfarmer CRV's Used:  CRV Pelorus Toyota Prado Attachments Image:  read more
      • Accepted from Coastguard Mana news
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      • sport
      • places
      • kapiti
      • boating
      • emergency services

    • Earth People at Newtown Library!
      • 18 Mar 2010
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • On Wed 17th March Newtown Library had two Aoga Amata (Samoan preschool) groups with 30 children come and attend our Earth People fun. They were aged mostly 3-4 years old. The kids listened to a multicultural storytime in English, Chinese and Samoan, then had a morning tea, before making Earth People with our resident artist Marg Elliot. The Aoga Amata groups were from the Pacific Islanders’ Congregational Church and the Saint Anne’s AA.
      • Tagged as:
      • newtown
      • libraries
      • Geotagged Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand/Aotearoa


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      • Orchestra Wellington
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