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    • Colours of Futuna – Concert Series 2021
      • 2 Mar 2021
      • Friends of Futuna Charitable Trust
      • Wellington concert series at Futuna Chapel Colours of Futuna Summer Concert Series Sunday afternoons at 2pm, 21 March – 30 May, 2021 Chapel of Futuna, 67 Futuna Close (off Friend Street), Karori A series of concerts of exceptional musicians from Wellington has been assembled for the 2021 Colours of Futuna Concert Series.
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      • Futuna Close, Karori, Wellington, 6012, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • Demonstrating success
      • 1 Mar 2021
      • Victoria University of Wellington
      • For Bing Xue, the most exciting part of becoming one of the youngest professors in the Wellington Faculty of Engineering is showing her students what is possible.
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      • Victoria University of Wellington, Waiteata Road, Aro Valley, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand/Aotearoa


    • Hutt Fun Run
      • 1 Mar 2021
      • Hutt Valley Harriers
      • We regret to now have to cancel the event for this year. There are no weekends in March where all necessary amenities are available, such as venue, first aid, time keepers. All registered entries will be informed about their options. We hope to see you all next year.
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    • Cullen Breakfast
      • 28 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • On Thursday 25 February Head Girl Izzy Hewett (left) and Head of Heritage Sophie Trench attended the Cullen breakfast where Hon. Grant Robertson spoke about the direction of the NZ economy.
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      • Wellington Girls' College, Pipitea Street, Pipitea, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Workshop to Empower Young Women
      • 28 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • The Wellington Dream Series event on Saturday the 13 March is part of 3 events across the country which will include a workshop led by a professional coach, the chance to talk to awesome mentors and a keynote speech delivered by Jacinta Gulasekharam (co-founder of Dignity).
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      • Wellington Girls' College, Pipitea Street, Pipitea, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Bond Banter (Short Passes) 1 March
      • 28 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Club Weekly
      • The Hurricanes celebrate the second of hooker Asafo Aumua’s two tries on Saturday in their season opening loss to the Blues. PHOTO: Mike Lewis Pictures. Bond Banter, also known as Short Passes, is our ‘early in the week’ news in briefs, tidbits, observations and anecdotes, statistics and an overall look at what’s coming up article....
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    • February Update from DCM
      • 28 Feb 2021
      • Downtown Community Ministry
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They learned a lot – in particular about how they themselves can best respond to rough sleeping and street begging on our streets, and why they will now stop giving to people who are street begging. They saw how often the public, wanting to be part of the solution, responded with kindness, kai or coffee – yet this made it difficult for Natalia and her team to connect to people, to encourage them to come down to DCM and to set out on a journey to housing and wellbeing. As Natalia notes, “All of their immediate needs may be being met by people walking past – but not their holistic needs, not the reason why they are there, not their mental health and addictions, and disconnection from their families. These needs cannot be met by people walking past; it’s such a short interaction.” As the film shows, when DCM is able to build that connection with people, we offer them holistic support, a pathway forward. “We work with people as they are, and where they are,” says Natalia. “People feel welcome, comfortable with us. We are whānau to them. There are no barriers. And the depth and breadth of what we are able to offer means that we can support people with all of their complexities. Not just their need for a meal, but with their housing needs, their primary, oral and mental health needs, their addictions, their family needs, their connection to their community and to real purpose in their lives.” “We know the people by name. We are asking the people of Wellington to tell us about the people they are concerned for on our streets, and to trust us; we will do good work.” If you are concerned for someone who is rough sleeping or street begging, call the Wellington City Council call centre on 04 499 4444 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. WCC has been a key partner in DCM’s mahi for many years. They will let a member of DCM’s Outreach team know and we will head out to connect with the person. You too can walk alongside Ocular and experience the life-changing mahi which you all support in so many different ways – we encourage you to watch the film clip on Youtube and hit 'share' to forward it on to everyone you know who has wondered how to respond to rough sleeping and street begging, or has asked how they can be part of the solution to homelessness. We are doing this TOGETHER, Wellington. CHECK OUT THE CLIP NOW! <!-- --> Join us in acknowledging our dentists When Natalia and her team speak with rough sleepers, they look for ways to build connection, and to encourage these people to come on down to DCM. Here we can get to know one another and build a relationship of trust. Often these people are experiencing dental pain, and the offer of a dental appointment can be the key hook which first brings them through our doors, and connects them to the rest of the team at DCM. During the month of March, we will be celebrating the 5th birthday of the DCM Dental Service in a number of different ways. Dentist David Corcoran took the very first session at the DCM Dental Service in March 2016. He has been a regular at DCM, and five years after his first session, he will be taking a session during our birthday week in March 2021. Here David shares his story, and two taumai reflect on the support David has provided them with. David Corcoran What David has to say I’m from Sheffield in England, from a big family of six brothers and sisters. I trained in Birmingham, and later met my wife (who is also a dentist, and has taken sessions at DCM) at a dental practice in London. We came to New Zealand on holiday in 1986 and have been here ever since. Some years ago I knew that Graham Symes was involved in starting a new emergency dental service based at DCM. I wanted to help, so got in touch with Michelle. The building in which both DCM and two dental rooms were situated was purchased by Maurice and Kaye Clark, who worked to address the seismic issues. When this was completed, we were able to pilot a new service in March 2016. I was fortunate to take the very first dental session. The service has really grown from there. David’s wife Charlotte Cocks has also taken dental sessions at DCM. I am always amazed at the tolerance for pain that taumai have. It’s a constant thread in everyone we see. They are sometimes walking around in severe dental pain, but always seem to have a good nature about it. They put up with things because they have to. I find it’s a two-way experience – you learn as much as you give when you join the team at the DCM Dental Service. Taumai who come along desperately need dental treatment. Sometimes they like to talk, and have someone listen. But best of all is when you’re able to offer them a release from pain – and that’s what it’s all about. What taumai have to say about David One woman who David saw at DCM had many issues with her teeth, couldn’t eat properly and told us that she hadn’t been able to sleep due to the pain, and the fact that she was rough sleeping. The barrier for her was that she assumed that any dental work would be far too expensive, and so there was nothing that could be done. David was able to do a lot in a single appointment. Afterwards she told us: “This was by far the best dental experience I have ever had. It totally sorted my teeth. I would totally recommend David to anyone!” One man who has seen David at the DCM Dental Service had been assaulted, which had caused significant damage to his teeth. “The whole service was very professional; my damaged teeth were causing me many problems. I couldn’t eat and my diet was restricted to soup. The dentist took a number of x-rays and removed some teeth. I am now not in any pain, and I can eat again. I am very happy.” <!-- --> Join our vibrant team! Would you – or someone you know – love to work for DCM? We need your help to fill several vacancies we currently have. If you have enjoyed our film clip, and experiencing our mahi in this way, please share it widely to give everyone you know a taste of our work. Encourage them to look at the jobs page on our website, and to get in touch with us if they would like to know more. <!-- --> Please help us get the message out there! Forward this email on to everyone you can think of who may be interested in how to respond to homelessness, and just generally people who are passionate about Wellington. <!-- --> Support DCM! Nāku te rourou, nāu te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi With your basket and my basket, the people will thrive <!-- --> Copyright © 2021 DCM. All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: DCMPO Box 6133Marion SqWellington, Wellington 6011 New ZealandAdd us to your address book Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.
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    • Hutt Fun Run
      • 27 Feb 2021
      • Hutt Valley Harriers
      • The Hutt Fun Run scheduled for Sunday 7 March will have to be postponed for 2 weeks due to the Covid-19 level 2 conditions. New date: Sunday, 21 March. Visit the Hutt Fun Run website for up to date news.
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    • COVID 19 – Level 2
      • 27 Feb 2021
      • Khandallah Tennis and Squash Club
      • Wellington goes to alert level 2 at 9am Sunday 28th February for 7 days. As a reminder of the full guidelines under this level, please refer to this link below. https://covid19.govt.nz/alert-system/alert-level-2/ For KTSC, it becomes a condition of entering the club (ie compulsory) to: Scan the club covid tracer code on entry (or sign the … Read more COVID 19 – Level 2
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    • Matakesi goes back-to-back at Shannon
      • 27 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Club Weekly
      • Composite side Matakesi retained their Shannon 7s crown at a sun-drenched Shannon Domain on Saturday. Matakesi went through the day unbeaten with four straight wins before the final in which they beat Manawatu’s College Old Boys 31-5 in the Cup decider. Matakesi won the final five tries to one, after leading 19-5 at halftime. Their...
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    • Aisle be Back: Hurricanes set for 350th match
      • 25 Feb 2021
      • Wellington Club Weekly
      • Above: Devan Flanders starts at No. 8 for the Hurricanes against the Blues in Wellington on Saturday night. By Kevin McCarthy The cricket season seems to run later and later every year.  Really crowds in on the start of the rugby. We’ll call it Spring for the hell of it, and I am certainly gambolling...
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    • Exciting Employment Opportunites at Inverlochy Art School
      • 25 Feb 2021
      • Inverlochy Art School
      • INVERLOCHY ART SCHOOL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION Position Executive Director Reports to Inverlochy Art School Committee Responsible for ●       Creative Director ●       Office Administrator ●       Temporary in-house staff (e.g. interns, volunteers) ●       Suppliers Date February 2021   Purpose To manage and oversee Inverlochy Art School, building relationships that develop its profile and programmes,  and ensure its future stability. A core part of the role is overseeing the maintenance of IAS systems, equipment, studios and building. The Executive Director ensures the IAS implements the intentions of the Society as laid out in the Rules of the Society (3) regards managing the activities of the school and ensuring its effective functioning as an organisation. Accountabilities School Management -       In collaboration with the Creative Director, develop and maintain the annual Business Plan to deliver on the strategic direction and vision for IAS as agreed with the Committee. -       In collaboration with the Creative Director, ensure the implementation of the annual programme of courses, workshops, exhibitions and events, and other related initiatives as set out in the Business Plan. -       Manage the smooth running of the school through effective systems, devising, communicating and reviewing procedures as required. -       Manage suppliers and external providers as required -       Maintain excellent communication with students, staff and other stakeholders -       Manage appropriate staffing to safely cover operating hours of the school. -       Ensure appropriate and secure ICT is in place -       Oversee the management and maintenance of Inverlochy House, with appropriate providers -       Ensure IAS is compliant with all relevant laws, codes and practices (including Health & Safety), drawing up policies and training/informing other staff where required -       Provide regular (not less than monthly) reporting to the Committee. -       Oversee effective inventory management to ensure all programmes, events and exhibitions can be effectively run. -       Oversee effective studio useage and programme delivery spaces. -       Takes all reasonable measures to ensure the security of people and property at IAS Business Development -       Deliver business development and revenue targets for IAS as agreed with the IAS Committee. -       Develop and grow the school through sound business practices and take advantage of opportunities -       Monitor and review current trends in collaboration with the Creative Director and respond proactively -       Work with the Creative Director to raise the profile of IAS in line with our goals to  establish benefits/incentive programmes and leverage the membership base to the benefit of both the school and its members. Marketing and PR (in collaboration with the Creative Director) -       Manage sales and marketing of courses, programmes & events -       Work with the Creative Director to ensure effective promotion and marketing of IAS -       Ensure design and delivery of events (including exhibitions & competitions) -       Build effective relationships with groups and individuals in the wider arts and local community -       Foster initiatives that strengthen Inverlochy relationship with its wider community and builds new connections -       Ensure effective customer relations Fundraising -       Identify and make applications for funding and grants to support the operation and growth of the school -       Identify and implement fundraising activities in keeping with the intentions of the Society that support the operation and growth of the school. People Leadership -       Manage and supervise all staff, contractors and temporary in-house -       Foster and support professional development for staff -       Ensure compliance with all employment and relevant law and good practice as regards staff, contractors and volunteers working for or on behalf of IAS. Draft policies and provide training/documentation/changes to procedures for other staff where required. -       Provide regular performance reviews and provide regular updates to the Committee on staff management. -       Foster student participation in wider school and community arts activities particularly exhibitions,competitions, events at IAS etc Financial Management -       Ensure the financial sustainability and health of IAS -       Set fees for programmes in consultation with the Creative Director -       Develop, manage and track the annual budget to ensure financial health of the school. -       Ensure day-to-day financial management activities and duties including payable, reconciliation, banking and payroll duties are compliant, effectively managed and delivered. -       Provide financial reports to the Committee and other agencies as required by law and escalate risks and issues as they emerge. -       Arrange for annual audit with an outside independent auditor to ensure the soundness of finances PERSON SPECIFICATION  Qualifications -       A relevant tertiary qualification Experience -       Experience in managing and promoting arts education/community organisations -       Experience in business planning and delivery, and maintaining effective daily processes -       Good track record of effective financial, resource and people management -       Experience in providing service to customers (directly or indirectly) -       Experience of the charitable/not for profit sector is highly desirable   Skills, Knowledge, Abilities, Personal Attributes, Behaviours, Competencies: -       Effective written and verbal communication skills -       Excellent relationship building skills -       Good understanding of basic accounting principles -       Competence in Microsoft office systems -       Competence in Xero or similar business accounting system -       Competence in the use of social media -       Knowledge of website management systems (CMS) and use of Google Drive preferred but not essential -       Resourceful and proactive -       Excellent organisational and planning abilities with a strong customer focus -       Passionate about visual arts and creative education     INVERLOCHY ART SCHOOL CREATIVE DIRECTOR JOB DESCRIPTION Position Creative Director Reports to Inverlochy Art School Committee Responsible for Tutors/workshop leaders/resident artists and similar Date February 2021   Purpose To provide overall creative leadership and support to the executive director to develop the business and educational programme offerings of Inverlochy Art School. The Creative Director sets the creative direction and ensures the educational integrity of IAS. This role is responsible for ensuring that IAS is true to the intentions of the Society as laid out in the Rules of the Society (3) in terms of fostering and providing instruction to students in many branches of fine arts through: Accountabilities: Educational Development -       Develop annual programme of courses, workshops, exhibitions and other events  in collaboration with the Executive Director for inclusion in the annual Business Plan      -       Ensure design and delivery of programmes and courses appropriate to the school’s aims[SB1] . -       Maintain a current knowledge of art curricula and programmes in NZ relevant to IAS students. -        Identify and design new initiatives that align with  current and emerging trends in art education, -       Ensure training and education is consistent with IAS pedagogy and practice . -       Foster and encourage a culture of positive, engaged learners, and serve as a strong advocate for the school’s core values—including developmental philosophy and community involvement. Artistic Presence and Profile (in collaboration with the Executive Director) -       Ensure design and delivery of events (including exhibitions,competitions and other visual arts related events) -       Foster initiatives and build effective relationships with relevant stakeholders, groups and individuals in the wider arts and local community -       Ensure effective customer relations People Leadership -       Manage and supervise tutors and other providers of arts education at IAS -       Foster and support professional development for tutors -       Encourage student participation in wider school and community arts activities particularly exhibitions and competitions PERSON SPECIFICATION Experience -       Experience of working in the visual arts -       Experience in working for and/or leading a community agency or group -       Good business development/marketing skills -       Understanding of arts education and learning pedagogies in this field -       Experience in leading and supervising staff  Qualifications -       Level 4 or 5 Certificate in Adult Education, or equivalent years of tutoring experience   Skills, Knowledge, Abilities, Personal Attributes, Behaviours, Competencies:   ·       Excellent writing and editing skills. ·       Excellent planning and organisational skills. ·       Excellent relationship management skills ·       Ability to think strategically. ·       strong interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills, and experience with diverse communities ·       Contemporary database and Microsoft office expertise. ·       Good time management skills ·        A commitment to continuous improvement through personal development and sharing of best practise       A high level of professionalism and personal integrity in the conduct of your duties to support the reputation of IAS  
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    • Listing buildings
      • 25 Feb 2021
      • Eye of the Fish
      • Not sure if you realise this yet, but the proverbial cat has just been thrown amongst the proverbial pigeons. Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga (what used to be called the Historic Places Trust) has just announced three new grade 1 heritage listings in Wellington: Trades Hall, Wellington Central Library, and a combined Gordon Wilson and McLean flats as well.
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