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    • New DVDs for Te Awe
      • 6 Oct 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • Here are some new DVDs added to the catalogue over September that are available at our CBD Te Awe Branch, and selected other locations. Also included are some of our On Order titles to give you a taste of what’s about to be released. Note: All ‘On Order’ titles are able to be reserved via… Continue reading New DVDs for Te Awe →
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      • Te Awe Library, Brandon Street, Wellington Central, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6145, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Literary Magic at the Verb Festival
      • 6 Oct 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • We’re excited to see that our good friends at Verb have just announced the details of their eighth annual festival! This year’s festival takes place between 3-7 November and includes the ever-popular LitCrawl on Saturday 6 November. For inspiration, this year the Verb team have chosen the theme of “Coven” to explore ideas of community, magic and circles of knowledge both ancient and new.
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    • Sunday Sessions at The Library Bar
      • 2 Oct 2021
      • Wellington Jazz Cooperative
      • 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. Featured composer: Thelonius MonkHouse Band: Duncan Haynes (P), Daniel Yeabsley (B), Mark Lockett (D)Date and time: Sunday, 03 Oct 2021, 2.30-4.30pmVenue: The Library Bar, 1/53 Courtenay … Continue reading Sunday Sessions at The Library Bar
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    • Chinese Language Week 26 September – 2 October
      • 21 Sep 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • We hope you had a good Mid-Autumn festival and this week we are looking forward to Chinese Language Week. Due to the alert levels, we are going to have the events online, so stay tuned in and enjoy! Click here for Chinese Version 点击这里查看中文版 Learn Chinese Learning Chinese phrases has been made easy and fun.… Continue reading Chinese Language Week 26 September – 2 October →
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    • September eNewsletter
      • 9 Sep 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • Every month our team releases an eNewsletter that is published on our website, in it you will find the full list of events we have in all our libraries, some highlighted blogs, new items, a kids colouring page and links to our online resources.
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    • Visiting the library in Alert Level 2
      • 7 Sep 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • “Under Alert level 2 all of our libraries – apart from He Matapihi – will be open from Thursday 9 September, with a few changes to keep everyone safe and able to use our spaces,” says Laurinda Thomas, Libraries and Community Spaces Manager.
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    • Image Processors Artists in the Medium – A Short History 1968–2020
      • 7 Sep 2021
      • Adam Art Gallery
      • Te Pātaka Toi Adam Art Gallery 14 September – 7 November 2021 Curated by Christina Barton Featuring works by Aldo Tambellini, Richard Serra, Dara Birnbaum, Martha Rosler with Paper Tiger TV, Harun Farocki, Lisa Reihana, Megan Dunn, Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch, Wynne Greenwood and K8 Hardy, Josephine Meckseper, Mike Heynes, Arthur Jafa, and Matthew Griffin Image Processors surveys a history of artists’ moving-image works that take the mass media as their target. Working back in time from Australian artist Matthew Griffin’s compilation of 133 short videos, Unchained Malady, 2020 – which irreverently repurposes imagery from online news and social media– the exhibition presents a range of works that likewise appropriate found footage, restage familiar genres or scrutinise the mechanisms of the information and entertainment industries. Shaped by artist and theorist Judith Barry’s insight that ‘It is only by producing images that the subject of mass culture begins to feel some measure of control over the alienation produced by this condition” (1986), Image Processors provides a compelling bridge that links the critical aspirations of an artistic avant-garde to the manipulations and blandishments of quotidian entertainment.
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      • Adam Art Gallery, Hunter Car Park, Kelburn, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6145, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Library Lockdown Distractions: WCL podcast series
      • 31 Aug 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      •   In this series of blogs, we want to focus on some small element of our fabulous resources and in this blog, we would like to place the spotlight on our very own podcast collection, which features a wide diversity of recordings made especially by the library, often in conjunction with partners.
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    • July eNewsletter
      • 21 Jul 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • Every month our team releases an eNewsletter that is published on our website, in it you will find the full list of events we have in all our libraries, some highlighted blogs, new items, a kids colouring page and links to our online resources.
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    • Porirua Business Awards: Celebrating Growth, Grit And Community Spirit
      • 21 Jul 2021
      • Partners Porirua
      • Porirua business awards: Celebrating growth, grit and community spirit   Thursday, 15 July 2021, 3:30 pm Press Release: Porirua City Council Porirua’s resilient and innovative small businesses and a range of exceptional young employees were recognised at the first Porirua City Council Small Business Awards ceremony at the Whitireia Library in Porirua last night. “The Porirua City Council Business Awards is a way to recognise and celebrate our innovative and adaptive small business sector in Porirua, who rose to the challenge during Covid-19 and not only survived, but thrived,” says Clare Nolan, Senior Commercial Advisor, Porirua City Council. “Held in conjunction with the Porirua Chamber of Commerce, we asked our community to nominate a local business that embodies excellence and grit and has a track record of strong leadership, innovation and the ability to rise to the challenges businesses have faced in the last year. I’m happy to report that the judges were spoilt for choice.” Among stiff competition, Get Fixed Bicycle Café was awarded the Porirua Small Business Awards winner for 2021. The popular Tuk Tuk Thai restaurant received the Highly Commended Award and the other finalists in the running were Poi Creations, Runway Studio and Yum Jar. “Get Fixed is a much-beloved local business that ticks all the boxes for this award,” Ms Nolan says. “It started as a home-based business, moved into a pop-up container space on the Harbour’s Edge and now they have a multi-faceted business with a workshop and a coffee shop as well as selling eco-friendly household products. They are passionate about biking, good coffee, giving back to the community, and are committed to being a sustainable, eco-friendly business.” Ms Nolan says Daeng and her team at Tuk Tuk Thai has helped transformed our inner city in Porirua with their beautiful restaurant and even better food. “They opened their doors a few months before Covid hit and had to scramble to find a way to stay afloat and also keep her vegetable suppliers afloat, so they started to do vegetable boxes with her sauces during lockdown. Since then, the business has gone from strength to strength and even opened a bubble tea and ice-cream sister shop. “It has been inspiring to review all the entries and see how these small businesses in Porirua rose to the challenge of Covid-19. They found new ways of serving their customers, went the extra mile in delivering service and all had a focus on their community at the heart of what they do. I look forward to see what they will achieve in the years to come.” Exceptional young employees were also honoured on the night as Partners Porirua announced their Outstanding Young Employee 2021 award winners. Local businesses could nominate outstanding young employees in their staff that show initiative, leadership and who were role models for others in the business. Below are the winners and their citations. Winner of the 2021 Young Employee Award: Nai Mullane-Ronaki Nai is an Administrator with Kia ora Hauora, Māori Health Workforce Programme at the CCDHB. Along with this she is also completing her fulltime Bachelor of Health Studies, majoring in population health, policy and service delivery. Nai is also a Māori Student Ambassador for Victoria Uni. Winner of the 2021 Rising Star Award: Rex Thompson Rex is a talented and enthusiastic Team Leader at Edwards & Hardy Roofing. He is a great role model, showing new apprentices how to behave for the best outcomes of the company. He’s punctual, calm under pressure and gives his all to any given task. Winner of the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award: Tyra Misky After a year of working as a Youth Ambassador between Tū Ora health and Partners Porirua, Tyra was offered the position as Piki Health Promoter for mental health counselling at Tū Ora health. Tyra is a great communicator, an effective worker across several teams, a true asset and very generous of her time. Tyra’s personal growth has been immense, she has shown commitment to the Pacific communities while embracing a professional approach.
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      • Porirua, Wellington Region, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • He Timotimo: Free Te Reo Māori Taster Sessions
      • 20 Jul 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • Nau mai, haere mai to ‘He Timotimo’, Wellington City Libraries’ new te reo Māori taster sessions!We know it can be scary to start learning a new language and that te reo Māori classes fill up quickly in Wellington so we are pleased to announce that we have free, friendly classes Monday evenings starting Monday 9 August that are available for bookings now.
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      • Cummings Park (Ngaio) Library, Ottawa Road, Ngaio, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6035, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Stock up on some CDs for Winter at the Te Pataka Open Day Thursday 22nd July
      • 19 Jul 2021
      • Wellington City Libraries News Blog
      • Details: What? Te Pātaka Open Days Date: Thursday 22 July — see topics below Location: Johnsonville (details on registration) Please remember to bring your library card If you’re feeling uninspired by the algorithms on Spotify, or have a hankering for some old New Zealand bands that you can’t find anywhere, why not check out the old Central Library CD collection in its new home in Johnsonville . We’ll be opening our Te Pātaka Collection Centre to customers on two days during the school holidays. You’ll be able to browse and borrow material from our off-site storage collection. Some of the collection is on rolling stacks, so different areas of the collection will be more accessible at different times. Please note: The area of the stacks containing the CD Collection will only be accessible from 10am-11am on the 22nd. Spots are limited and visits are restricted to one hour, so bookings will be essential — view and book session times and topics available below. Times and topics As well as our music collection, these areas are available at any session: Fiction Large print Biography Science and health Graphic novels Teen fiction and graphic novels Children’s fiction and comics Picture books Thursday 22 July — Topics and Time Slots Time slots and topics available per time slot for Thursday 22 July 10-11am 11am-12pm 12-1pm 3-4pm Social issues Art / photography Sports and games Cooking DVDs TV series Popular CDs Book for 10-11am, 22 July True Crime Craft Poetry Art/architecture DVDs Movies Magazines Book for 11am-12pm, 22 July Languages Cooking Literature Songbooks DVDs Movies Music Scores Book for 12-1pm, 22 July Teen only session. Book for 3-4pm, 22 July Browse all sessions on our Calendar <!-- Wed 14th; 2pm Wed 14th; 3pm Wed 14th; 4pm Thur 22nd; 10am Thur 22nd; 11am Thur 22nd; noon Thur 22nd; 3pm Computing Self-help Economics / finance Social issues True Crime Languages Young Adults Gardening Cooking Business / management Art / photography Craft Cooking (young adults) Photography Music books Film Sports and games Poetry Literature (young adults) Travel World Wars history NZ history Cooking Art/architecture Songbooks (young adults) DVDs Movies DVDs TV series DVDs TV series DVDs TV series DVDs Movies DVDs Movies (young adults) Popular CDs Classical CDs Magazines Popular CDs Magazines Music Scores (young adults) --> Here are some pictures of just some of the CD shelves out at Te Pātaka to give you an idea of the scope of what’s available.    
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