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    • Engaged encounter
      • 22 Jun 2020
      • Metropolitan Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
      • Engaged Encounter is a weekend experience for couples intending to be married. Remaining weekends for 2020 are 18-19 July and 14-15 November. Venue is Otari Parish presbytery, 301 Karori Road. Registrations close 2 weeks before. For more details go to the website: http://www.cee-wellington.co.nz or phone Kate and Simon Olson, (04) 801 6192 or email simonolsen@gmail.com
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      • Sacred Heart Cathedral, Guildford Terrace, Thorndon, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6140, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Netball
      • 21 Jun 2020
      • Wellington Girls' College
      • On the ‘Players to Watch’ list for the upcoming RSSL competition: Lili Clarke (Wellington Girls’ College) ‘Lili represented Wellington in the U17s last year with distinction and she is really owning the opportunity on the Wellington Girls’ College programme.
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      • Wellington Girls' College, Pipitea Street, Pipitea, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Polish Cookbook / Polska Kuchnia
      • 19 Jun 2020
      • Polish Community in Wellington
      • Stowarzyszenie Polaków zamierza zredagować i wydać książkę kucharską i zwraca się z prośbą do wszystkich członków polskiej społeczności o dostarczenie następujących materiałów: Polskich przepisów kulinarnych; Opowiadań, czy anegdot na temat przepisów lub potraw i ich historii; Fotografii lub rysunków dotyczących przepisów, potraw lub ich historii Prosimy nadsyłać materiały online do association@polishcommunity.org.nz, pocztą na address PO Box 853, Wellington 6140, lub doręczyć osobiście członkowi komitetu. Przepisy powinny być oryginalne/rodzinne i posiadać pozwolenie od właściciela na umieszczenie w książce. Dziękujemy serdecznie! The Association is putting together a cookbook and asking all Polish community members to contribute: Polish recipes, Stories about the recipes, or other food-related stories or memories, Pictures about the food, stories or memories. This could include, for example, images of the people or places that the recipe came from. Contributions can be sent to association@polishcommunity.org.nz, PO Box 853, Wellington 6140, or handed directly to Association committee members. Please send only original/family recipes, or recipes you have permission to share with us. We’re very excited to see where this project leads. Małgosia, Hela & Ela
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    • Weekly Wrap Up (Week 10, Term 2)
      • 19 Jun 2020
      • Wellington High School
      • Important Dates Monday 29 June: Open Evening Wednesday 1 July: Music Evening please note change of date Friday 3 July: End of Term 2 Monday 20 July: Start of Term 3 Wednesday 22 July: Parents Evening (Senior Students) Monday 27 July: Parents Evening (Junior Students) Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visits WHS Last Friday, as part of the Creatives in Schools initiative, which is enabling our He Kākano students to work with the Royal New Zealand Ballet, our Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern visited WHS. This visit presented the opportunity for the Prime Minister to announce an additional $4 million for the project which will ultimately enable students from 500 NZ schools to work with professonal artists and creative practitioners, benefiting from their specialist artistic knowledge and creative practices. Thirteen of our He Kākano students are involved in the programme which is aimed at enhancing student wellbeing and improving their ‘core competencies in communication, collaboration and creative thinking’, as well as inspiring awareness of careers in the arts and creative sectors. As part of the visit He Kākano shared what they had learned prior to lockdown, demonstrating fantastic memory of their routines and great coordination too. The Prime Minister also met students passionate about the creative arts, taking time to talk to them about their interests and talents.               Important information Breakfast club We are pleased to announce that we are opening up a Breakfast Club at the school from the start of Term 3.  This will run in the canteen each day and will be free to any student who wishes to start the a nutritious bowl of Weetbix. Resources for your mental health Melon Manual is a kete of resources specifically for teenagers’ emotional wellbeing. Supported by the Ministry of Health, the website provides videos and worksheets and advice to support the young people of Aotearoa. You can access the resources here Dyslexia – How you can help WHS Community Education Centre has a 2.5 hour talk with  expert Mike Styles, on Dyslexia – How You Can Help. This is an interactive and participatory session to assist parents and loved ones understand and support a family member or friend who has dyslexia or a similar learning difference. Wednesday 24 June – 5.30pm-8pm $20  Call 04 385 8919 to enrol or go here: https://www.cecwellington.ac.nz/w/courses/1506-dyslexia-how-you-can-help Now that we are at alert Level 1, CEC courses are back up and running with a wide variety of courses on offer. To find out more, and enrol, click on the image below of visit cecwellington.ac.nz. What’s happening? He Kākano hard at work This week the He Kākano students have been busy in science, art, fashion and design classes.                     Achievements DocEdge documentary success Contratulations to Year 10 Sky Gobbi who has secured 3rd place in the DocEdge Student Short Documentary Competition last week. Now that it has had its premiere, Sky’s documentary can be shared. To view, click on the image below or visit https://youtu.be/jVdvCoy9TSY.
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      • Wellington High School, Taranaki Street, Mount Cook, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • New Leadership for St Vincent de Paul Society Wellington
      • 19 Jun 2020
      • St Vincent de Paul Society Wellington
      • <figure class=" sqs-block-image-figure intrinsic " > John Kennedy-Good, President of St Vincent de Paul Society in Wellington, is pleased to announce that Sally Babington has accepted the role of General Manager.    Sally comes to us with a strong background in social services, having worked in both community and Government departments. She has a deep commitment to working with people in times of need in a way that enables hope and dignity.  John Kennedy-Good says, "Sally has a history in statutory social work, as well as funding and contracting with social service providers. She has worked in Special Education leading a team that provides support and services for children with disabilities. In the Justice sector, Sally worked in the prison system and has led a team responsible for designing services to better meet the needs of those using Justice services. Her role at ACC involved leading a large operational team in the ’Serious Injury Service’ in a time when a focus on understanding and meeting client need was required."  "In her community-based roles, Sally has led a team through change in Legal Aid Services, making sure that fairer systems were in place for people not easily able to access a lawyer. She has worked at Barnardos NZ, leading regional teams providing both social work support and early childhood services. Sally also worked at a community-based sex offender treatment programme."  Originally from Christchurch, Sally has lived in Wellington for the past fifteen years. She has a strong focus on seeking to understand what people who use social services really want and need. Sally likes to engage with others to understand and solve problems. She is a strong believer in the collective wisdom of teams. Sally and her husband Allan have three adult children and two (soon-to-be three) grandchildren. In her free time, Sally enjoys running in the hills around Eastbourne and getting into the bush for a tramp. Sally will officially begin the role of General Manager of St Vincent de Paul Society Wellington Area from Monday 13th July 2020, after 15 years of service by Manager/ Secretary, John Rossbotham. Please welcome Sally to the St Vincent de Paul Society Wellington team.
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    • The lure of Antarctic experiences
      • 17 Jun 2020
      • Victoria University of Wellington
      • After eight years overseas, Rutherford Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Holly Winton has returned to Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington to work with Antarctic Research Centre scientists on uncovering the vital information the frozen continent can tell us about Earth’s climate past.
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      • Victoria University of Wellington, Waiteata Road, Aro Valley, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand/Aotearoa



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    • Increase in team numbers for start of school rugby season
      • 5 May 2021
      • Wellington Club Weekly
      • The Wellington College and St Pat’s Silverstream teams after last year’s U15 final. Wellington College retained their title with a 45-32 win. PHOTO: Andy McArthur.  By Scott MacLean Has the slow demise of school rugby been overstated? Numbers might still be well down on where they were a decade ago, but the positive signs are...
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    • Stat Attack: Hurricanes (42) v Highlanders (22)
      • 5 May 2021
      • Wellington Club Weekly
      • The Hurricanes 22nd victory against the Highlanders last Friday is a new record for the number of times they have beaten another Super Rugby side: Previously the record was shared with the Chiefs whom the Hurricanes have beaten 21 times. By Peter Marriott The Hurricanes concluded their Super Rugby Aotearoa campaign last weekend against the...
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