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FOR ALL ELECTRICAL repairs and Large Bags Dry Pine/ Consent education is coming Theatre happened in the wake of which expose us to perspectives hardwood mix $14 installations by top-qualifi ed electrician with to Circa Theatre this month with protests against rape culture, led we might not be used to hearing. record over fifty years of giving locals the Free Delivery in Wainui The First Time – a gritty and re- by high school students reacting “It’s not all doom andofgloom alistic portrayal of being a young to their peers’ behaviour. though, there arelowest some hilarious cost “around-the-clock” service, just Our summer pools built by us. woman in New Zealand. “It’s good that the were comments moments as well.” phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or email Blends well did cause no fuss. To make the experience accessiThe work focuses on female made byinWellington College jack.powell@outlook.com Trades and Services experiences in NZ, ranging from students on Facebook caused ble to all demographics, The First With hydro slide will causesuch a splash. social pressure, family dilemmas uproar,” Courtney said. Time cast and Circa Theatre set And to it many people dash. Vacant to sexual assault through the “The playnative doesn’t the andupwiggle. an initiative called ‘PLAYSituation it Through bushpoint we twist voices of five women. finger anyone butbrings I do awant Fromatthe children giggle.Forward’. Mt Victoria writer Courtney toSevern keep the conversation going Theatregoers could purchase days a week the place is open. Rose Brown is one of the young- because for the ‘PLAY it Forward’ tickets on top Hot summer daysvictims, we all arethe hopen! est playwrights to have her work struggle never stops and we can’t of their own booking which could performed at the Wellington forget that.” then be donated to youth organitheatre at only 22 years old. Cast member Ingrid Saker said sations and individuals who could 46 Waione St Petone Public Notice Courtney wrote The First Time theatre was the perfect way to not afford to see the show. Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm to invite audiences to hear from continue the conversation. Formerly cpa spares a perspective theyOF mayTHE notDbeAY “Theatre has always been about  The First Time is on at Circa Wainuiomata Squash Club used to hearing, and to explore understanding ourselves through Theatre until July 1 at 7:30pm. Funeral Director the sometimes grim realities of other people and other people Tickets $15 to $30. Bookings at AGM circa.co.nz or call the Box Office N The First Time aims to explore female experiences in New Zealand. being a woman. through ourselves,” Ingrid said. 51. J.K. PHOTO: Supplied The play’s March debut at BATS “So we should go and see shows on 04 801 7992. Rowling 7.00pm chose the Monday 30th November unusual At the Clubrooms name ‘Hermione’ Corner of Main Road so young and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata girls By Emma McAuliffe edge so we’re encouraging wouldn’t the younger generation to get be teased A Berhampore Cook Island involved.” Bringing local news for being language group is celebrating Merio, who was the Cook nerdy! to the community their third birthday and is en- Island representative on the couraging more people to get Wellington City Council’s Painvolved. cific Advisory Panel, said she Situation Vacant The ‘Apii te tuatua te reo Kuki would be stepping down after Airani’ (Learn to Speak Cook her term and would be encourA solid Island Language) group held at aging others to give it a go. the Centennial Community Cen“It had its challenges, I’ve defitre takes place every Tuesday. nitely learned from being in the Group member Merio Marsters role and it’s made me think how said so far the group had learned far I want to go in supporting the Cook Island alphabet, made our cultural community. head pieces and hula skirts and “I’m encouraging other Cook celebrated their passion for food. Islanders to step up into the They also used their classes to role.” celebrate and remember their Nominations would open at Deliverers Required in elders who had passed away, the end of this month and run including stalwart Mama May until July. Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. Maretapu, she said. “We’re all passionate about  Apii te tuatua te reo Kuki our heritage and our culture,” Airani takes place at the CenMerio said. tennial Community Centre Applications are available at our recruitment View the Wainuiomata News “Ourgate elders passing away every Tuesday from 4.30pm to offi ce or at the security basedare in the Some of the members of the Centennial Community Centre Cook Island language group. online www.wsn.co.nz Ngauranga George in Wellington. and we’re losing their knowl- 5.30pm. Bring a gold coin. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffeaccounts@wsn.co.nz

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