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A group of 20 young New Zealanders will voyage to the environmentally significant Kermadec Islands with the Sir Peter Blake Trust and the Royal New Zealand Navy, on board HMNZS Canterbury next week. The Sir Peter Blake Trust’s Young Blake Expeditions (YBE) follow in yachting legend’s footsteps as they travel to one of New Zealand’s most remote group of islands to understand and learn about unique and near untapped environments. HMNZS Canterbury departs on February 26 from Auckland and will return on March OF9.THE D AY The student crew consists of 18 high-school aged students from Timaru to Whangarei and two 51. J.K. university-aged Blake AmbasRowling sadors. chose Year the 13 Scots College student unusual name ‘Hermione’ so young girls wouldn’t be teased for being nerdy!

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FOR ALL1000 ELECTRICAL repairs and George Fyfe is one of the 18 The Kermadec Islands, km installations ed electrician with students selected after attending northeast of New Zealand,by aretop-qualifi the the Sir Peter Blake Trust’s annual visible surfacerecord of a chain of about of over fifty years of giving locals the Young EnviroLeaders’ Forum 80 volcanoes, lowest stretching between cost “around-the-clock” service, just (YELF) in 2017. Our summer pools were built by us. Tonga and New Zealand. phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or email “I was motiva ted tonoapply The current marine reserve Blends in well did cause fuss. because I was the was created injack.powell@outlook.com 1990 and covers With hydro slide excited will causeby a splash. opportunity to travel to one of the 745,000ha and supports New And to it many people dash. Situation Vacant most pristine regions of ocean on Zealand’s only truly subtropical Through native bush we twist and wiggle. the planet,” George says. marine systems. From the children brings a giggle. “Our oceans are becoming more While on board they’ll learn Severn days a week the place is open. and more polluted and I wanted from scientists, marine ecologists, Hot summer days the we all are hopen! ornthologists and Blake Leaders to see for myself challenges that are facing New Zealand’s William Pike, Andy Hamilton marine life.” and Samara Nicholas. Professor Notice After returningPublic from the ex- Mark Orams will be the expedipedition George’s goal is “to tion leader. communicate what I have seen Wainuiomata Squash Club and learned with the members Scots College student of my college and community, AGM George Fyfe, who will N so that we can form a greater join the expedition. understanding of the challenges PHOTO: Supplied facing us and how we7.00pm must overcome them”.Monday 30th November

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For their upcoming exhibition at Enjoy “One of the hardest things about choosing Public Art Gallery, two ambitious young to make contemporary art is the knowledge artists are only doing one thing to an oth- that your work will never be as widely diserwise empty gallery: breaking a window. tributed as Debbie Harry’s,” they explain. The aim of the project is to start a conver“Heart of Glass’ ushered in a new era of sation about what art can be. popularity for Blondie, much as we hope The exhibition, titled Heart of Glass, takes this broken window will usher in a draft.” its name from Blondie’s 1979 hit single. Curator Sophie Davis thinks the exhibiAs both artists and musicians, the duo are tion will raise some interesting questions interested in the idea of nostalgia. for the public, stating: By looking back to the 1970s era of disco, “Bella and Theo are playfully thinking Deliverers Required in relate to and understand new wave and rock n’ roll music, Isabella about how people Dampney, of Karori, and Theo Macdonald, contemporary art—which tends to be Area 1:hope Momona, Kawatiri - Kaponga. of Mt Victoria, to connect toMohaka, a bygone viewed with a certain kind of humour or radio era. even suspicion—compared with, say, pop As part of the project, Isabella and Theo music. will record their own cover of Heart of “Rather than being confined to a gallery Glass they hope will broadcast on local space, their work puts the emphasis on accounts@wsn.co.nz radio stations. conversation.”

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Applications open for Good in the Hood 2018 Groups doing good for people or the environment in the Wellington area can apply from to be part of Z Energy’s 2018 Good in the Hood community fundraising programme. A solid Applications are now open and the four groups selected to participate at each Z station will all get a piece of the $4000 every local site will give away during Good in the Hood voting month in May. Since 2012 more than $5 million has gone to community groups and projects helping the country’s neighbourhoods thrive. Z’s community manager Gerri Ward says the 11 Z stations in Wellington are hunting for groups helping address a local need. “As a Kiwi company, we want to give back locally at byourhelping groups Applications are available recruitment offi ce or at for the security gateor based the caring people theinenvironNgauranga George in Wellington. Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.

ment,” Gerri says. “Good in the Hood is the ultimate in keeping it local. Instead of the folk at head office picking who to support, the teams here at the Wellington stations make the call, since they’re the ones who best know the needs of their neighbourhoods.” Customers will determine what percentage of the funding goes to each group by voting with an orange token every time they shop at Z this May. All 205 Z stations around New Zealand have an additional $1000 of Good in the Hood funding to give away in their neighbourhood in 2018.  Groups can enter online at z.co. nz/goodinthehood and are invited to pop in and introduce themselves to staff the local station. ApplicaViewatthe Wainuiomata News tions close on February 28. online www.wsn.co.nz

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