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THE WELLINGTONIAN, JULY 21, 2011
Office Manager &
The Marsden and Chelsea Clubs require
an Office Manager (based in Lyall Bay) and
an Office Administration person (based in
Both positions are for 3 days per week
(5 hours per day)
If you have banking or accounts experience
and would like to work with a small friendly
team of staff then maybe this is the job for
you! Please contact the following:
Chelsea Club -- Debra Short Ph: 387 7207
Marsden Club -- Anja Becker-kuehne
Ph: 476 6719
SATURDAY WORK AVAILABLE
For 7 Weeks
We are a market research company that requires
people to work on Saturdays for 7 weeks,
commencing 13 August.
Applicants will be required to go door-to-door
placing diaries with householders
in the Wellington area.
Applicants are required to have a landline
telephone, motor vehicle and a
good command of Englilsh.
For more information, please phone:
Field Supervisor on 04 938-6655
Research International Ltd
Part Time Vacancies
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0800 227 836
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Vacant - General
Fixed term position
Teacher aide required to join our supportive
Ngaio School staff for 12 hours per term
week beginning Term 3 week 3 Monday
August 15 2011 until Thursday December 15.
Hours per week are set as Monday --
Role is to support a year 4 pupil to access
the curriculum, especially literacy and
numeracy. On site advice will be provided,
however prior experience as a teacher aide
would be an advantage. Personal attributes
include the need to be firm but fair with a
sense of humour. The nature of the learning
style of the student means that the work is
often of a repetitive nature.
For further details please contact Denise
Hancox 939 6455 ext 727 or 528 0220.
Please apply via email with a brief CV
summary and two referee contact details to
Applications close 9 a.m. Wednesday 3
August with interviews during the week of
WE HAVE full time and
part-time position for
Manager, Cook, Waiter
and Waitress available at
Wellington CBD store.
Applicants must have
good spoken English and
available work on rostered
shifts and weekends. Full
training will be given.
If interested, please apply
in person to attend an
10am-4pm on Friday
22nd July 2011, at
222 Willis Street,
DRIVER / SALES. May
suit mature student. approx
20hrs pw for milk deliver-
ies in Porirua. Must have
Class 2 (HT) licence, be
physically fit with good
customer service & com-
puter skills. Ph 236-7864
AVON Representative Wk
from home, free to join.
Find out more Ph Tracy
934-4870 or 021-065-3928
ALL Trade Services -
Qualified tradesmen avail.
Building, joinery, plaster-
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Whatever the job we ll do
it. Prompt professional ser-
vice. Tel 567-4104.
RANDSTAD Health &
Community Care is look-
ing for experienced RN s
and HCA s throughout
Wellington and NZ.
Ph 0800 445 999
Ticket giveaway winners
The winner of last week's Art Show
giveaway is Wendy Fairbrother, of
She correctly identified the TSB
Arena as the venue for the exhi-
bition and won two tickets to the
The three-day exhibition show-
cases thousands of artworks by
New Zealand artists. The Art Show
runs from Friday July 29 to 31.
The winner of the Sleep Talk
giveaway is Sharon Veale, of John-
sonville, who correctly named
Plunket as the group organising
She has won two tickets to Anna
Martin's session about children's
Sleep Talk is at St Patrick's Col-
lege hall, Kilbirnie, Saturday, July
Tickets have been mailed to the
Young and hungry for
Cyber love: Jackson Coe and Acushla-Tara Sutton play a couple whose love spills over into the virtual world.
By REBECCA THOMSON
Tourism and marketing student
Acushla-Tara Sutton has taken on
The Victoria University student
plays one of the lead characters in
Young and Hungry Festival of New
Theatre production Hearts Encoded.
The play is about young love in
the internet age and starts at Bats
on July 22.
My character receives an online
message from a boyfriend who is
supposed to be dead,'' said Sutton.
She doesn't know if the message
is really from him and that he might
be alive or from someone using his
avatar [online character], so she
goes back in time to work it out.''
Sutton had not heard about Young
and Hungry until she moved from
New Plymouth to Wellington last
year to study.
She landed a role in last year's
Young and Hungry play Sic, about a
group of school bullies.
I thought it was a great way to
get involved in theatre in Welling-
ton. I had such an amazing time,
met so many amazing people and
learned so much. I love that the fes-
tival is tailored for young people.''
Sutton said participating in Young
and Hungry had fostered her love of
I've always loved theatre, but in
the back of my mind it was just a
hobby. In New Plymouth it didn't
feel like there were any
opportunities in theatre.''
Wellington actor Jackson Coe,
who plays opposite Sutton in Hearts
Encoded, also said it was great to
have a festival for young thespians.
It's been an amazing experience.
It's really well organised. It's nice
having everything set up properly,''
Coe was also impressed with the
variety of Young and Hungry
It's really fascinating how Young
and Hungry has a wealthy cannon of
edgy plays. They are alway very con-
This year's Young and Hungry
programme also features Disorder,
an apocalyptic zombie adventure,
and coming-of-age tale Johnny.
Young and Hungry, Bats, July 22 to
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