Since this is a blog devoted to the city of Wellington and its sense of place I can’t imagine that we could not mention his death. He was a permanent fixture of the streets of Wellington and was a bit of the spirit that, for me at least (and clearly others), made this city the interesting place it is to be.
Each week the session features compositions by a great jazz artist. The house band open with a couple of tunes and then musicians are invited up to join in. Sunday Sessions at the Library BarFeatured composer: Herb EllisDate/Time: 17 October 2021, 2.30pm – 4.30pm, House Band: Jamie Pye (g), Seth boy (b), Mark Lockett (d)Venue: The … Continue reading Sunday Sessions at the Library Bar
We’re delighted to welcome Mamaku Midwives and Trade School Industries to Wesley Rātā Village in Naenae. Babies and baristas – who could ask for more as the Village takes another step forward on its journey to becoming an intergenerational community. Read more
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Media Studies lecturer Dr Cherie Lacey and postdoctoral research fellow Dr Alex Beattie from the Centre of Science in Society explain "dark patterns" and the impact they are having on our online purchasing habits.