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New Zealand public art

New Zealand is home to some wonderful public art, here are my favourites places…

Palmerston North
Not somewhere that might immediately spring to mind but there is an impressive amount of public art in Palmy, mainly around The Square. 105 more words

New Zealand

Local Currency Update: Opting Out of the Bankster Money System

According to the Guardian, renewable energy provider Good Energy has agreed to accept the Bristol pound in payment for electricity and gas bills. The company claims to be the first in the world to accept payments in local currency. 219 more words

Going Noncorporate

Feasting and flying on a Sunday morning.

After it rained and rained and rained this weekend, the rivers from the mountain flooded downhill into the city and beyond to the sea. At the point where the wild, gushing river force came crashing down into the sea, the sea-gulls circled, dived and swooped around, clearly enjoying the spoils of the flooded river-ways.

New Plymouth

Who'll Stop The Rain

Kia Ora

I have been delayed in posting this as we have been caught in Whanganui with devastating floods. Another post coming soon. In the meantime…………. 767 more words

Fantastic Volcanoes and Where to Find Them, Part 2

I hope you like maps.

The week after my return to Ruapehu was an exciting milestone in my PhD. It was the first time going to see the volcano that I’ll be doing the vast majority of my work on. 1,413 more words

Volcanoes