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Journalism from the Whitireia Journalism School, Wellington New Zealand
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Latest news: The Toi Two Hundy, affordable art for every day people

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Latest news: WATCH: The big history of a little street - LEEDS STREET is one of Wellington’s little known laneways,  tucked away in the Te Aro precinct. Wellington City Council is currently in the process of revamping several of the city’s laneways. Andrew Johnsen reports.

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Latest news: Activities, events outside peak season help Otago tourism

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Latest news: NCEA credits for licenses draws mixed reactions on the street

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Latest news: Young women a hit in the stock-car world - FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Amy Eckersley has been driving stock-cars since she was 12. She came first in her final race on Saturday December 5th and placed 6th at the New Zealand champs last season for the Mini Stocks. She says she loves the sport despite a few accidents. “Last season I got put into the wall and I bent my front bumper, I hit another car. The bumpers kinda mangled around my wheel. Last week in Wanganui I ended up in a massive pil...

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Latest news: Rugby club helps out at safe haven for women - WELLINGTON Women’s Boarding House has welcomed in a group of male volunteers for the first time. Hunters Rugby Club was given access to help out with jobs like painting and gardening last Saturday. The House has never before had a large group of men on the property, but Management Committee member Emma White says they were keen on the idea. “We have had working bees from groups before but this is the first time a group of men like ...

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Latest news: Write, voice, or video your call for more refugees

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Latest news: All aboard the bus to Christmas cheer in Wellington

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Latest news: Popular Christmas shop to close for good - THEY’LL be calling last drinks on an iconic Wellington Christmas institution this Christmas eve. Kirkcaldie & Stains’ 27th Christmas shop will be closing its doors for the last time The shop has been operating since 1988, selling all sorts of festive decorations. Long-time customer Chris Baran says the decorations have changed since the early days.

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Latest news: Christmas puts a strain on the family budget - CLAIMS Christmas can be a tough time for many Kiwi families. Fred Dodds from the Institute of Financial Advisors says the pressure of the holiday season puts a strain on many family budgets. However he says it can be avoided with a little forward planning.
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