Home' The Wellingtonian : September 1st 2011 Contents 13
THE WELLINGTONIAN, SEPTEMBER 1, 2011
NZQA registered and accredited
Teaching Level 1, 2, 3 and a selection of Level 4
Elementary = 38 weeks Advanced = 24 weeks
(Courses staggered throughout the year)
WELLINGTON 336 High Street, Lower Hutt
Ph: 04 570 0960
Government Loans and/or Student Allowances
available for course fees and living expenses.
26th Sept 2011
ONLY AVAILABLE AT BENDON OUTLET STORES
THURSDAY 1ST SEPT -- SUNDAY 11TH SEPT
$all briefs under
all bras under
AUCKLAND: East Tamaki: 18 Birmingham Rd, Ph: 09 273 5407 Silverdale: Cnr Silverdale Rd & Agency
Ln, Ph: 09 426 4213 Westgate: Shopping Centre, 7-9 Westgate Dr, Ph: 09 833 1589 Pukekohe: 198 King
St, Ph: 09 238 1852 Airport Oaks: 4/43 Montgomerie Rd, Ph: 09 255 0175 THAMES: Kopu: 2 Queen St,
Ph: 07 868 3475 WHANGAREI: Okara Shopping Centre, Ph: 09 430 7442 PAPAMOA: Papamoa Fashion
Island, Ph: 07 574 0672 NEW PLYMOUTH: The Valley Mega Centre, Ph: 06 759 8406 DUNEDIN: 128
Crawford St, Ph: 03 470 1555 HASTINGS: Unit 2, 401 Queen St West, Ph: 06 878 0015 HAMILTON:
Riverlea: 102 Riverlea Rd, Ph: 07 856 5079 Te Rapa: Dress-Smart, 1 Te Rapa Rd, Ph: 07 849 9914
TIRAU: 9 Main Road, Ph: 07 883 9020 WELLINGTON: Otaki: 214 State Highway 1, Ph: 06 364 8230
CHRISTCHURCH: Hornby: Dress-Smart, 409 Main South Road, Ph: 03 344 5680.
DRY UP TO
4 LOADS OF
CLOTHES IN ONLY
SAVE YOUR TIME & ELECTRICITY
195 Rintoul Street,
& ALL SOUTHERN SUBURBS
Ph 389 7926
13 x Dryers from $4 for 18 mins
8 x Washers - from $5
ALSO AT THESE LOCATIONS
Porirua - Cannons Creek 237 0630
Wellington engineer Nicci Wood has won a
fellowship to study sustainable energy projects in
the United States. She will use the knowledge she
gains on the four-week trip to help make
Wellington's infrastructure more resistant to the
expected effects of climate change.
Inge Woolf of Maupuia, the Wellington Holocaust
Research and Education Centre's founding
director, won one of 12 New Zealand diversity
awards last week. Tuheitia Paki, the Maori King,
made the awards.
Wellington City Council has earmarked a $50,000
grant to help schools pay for recycling. Community
centres and not-for-profits may also be eligible.
Details are on the council website.
Coastguard Wellington and Trish Huisman from
Coastguard Manawatu are the winners of the
Central Region rescue of the year and volunteer of
the year awards.
Weltec and NEC New Zealand are to collaborate in
research and development of technologies and
their commercial applications.
The Monster Burlesque show will open with music,
comedy and circus stunts on September 8 at
The 75-minute show features Bollywood dance,
hip-hop, monster raps, circus and more.
The final show will be on September 17.
Wellingtonian Dame Kate Harcourt has won the
best female award at the Rhode Island
International Film Festival for her role in Pacific
Victoria University students will take on a
challenge to build a cost-effective, energy-efficient
and attractive solar-powered house when they
travel to Washington DC.
The challenge is part of the United States
Department of Energy solar decathlon competition.
The competition runs from September 23 till
Wellington College student Cheyaanthan Haran
beat nearly 600 secondary and intermediate
students to win top prize at the Niwa regional
science and technology fair last weekend.
He won $1000 for his project on whether ponni
rice could lower blood glucose levels.
Find your voice
Workshops for people who want to reclaim their
singing voice will be held at Turnbull House, Bowen
St, on September 30, 6pm till 8pm, and October
4 and 5, 10am till 4pm.
New city missioner
Rev Susan Blaikie is the new missioner at the
Wellington City Mission. Fr Des Britten retired in
July after 18 years' service.
Links Archive August 25th 2011 September 8th 2011 Navigation Previous Page Next Page