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Who will it be? NorthernWCCWatch's picks - to inform and wind you up

Naturally, I have voted already but I thought it was worth setting out my thinking for each ward and the Mayoralty. I should firstly note again that I am not a member of any party, and while I have strongly supported and voted for Labour in the past, it is difficult to see the conditions for that to occur again anytime soon. 814 more words

Elections

Fisking the #Wgtn2013 Candidates – Eastern Ward

The fourth in our ‘Fisking the Candidates’ series where we take a look at each Ward and its candidates. Feel free to post your own picks and observations in the comments. 658 more words

Democracy

Who will be the new Deputy?

With the announcement from Sir Ian Mckinnon CNZM confirming our earlier report that he will not be standing, the current bunch of councillors are already talking about who will fill the role of Deputy Mayor. 561 more words

Elections

Gill back to work, standing in 2013

It’s good to see Eastern Ward councillor Leonie Gill up and about again following her recent heart attack.

Three weeks after being shocked back to life in Wellington Hospital’s accident and emergency department, Leonie Gill is back discussing trees and rubbish bins with constituents.

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Elections

Green candidate takes Free shot at Swampy Marsh

While some of the wards are looking more like a slumber party, the contest in the Eastern Ward seems to be underway with the first shots being fired. 281 more words

Elections

a little pure joy

Thanks to Simon Marsh for posting Sparkling WatersAs he says, “a little pure joy for the eyes and ears.” My own reflection, my play on the water, is filtered through questions of those who feel in the doldrums and those who can’t be still. 25 more words

Spirituality

(gorgeous big) Horns with a Hart; Concerto for Guitar & Jazz Orchestra, Wiltshire Music Centre, Saturday 28th April

I should have called this post ‘in praise of Mike Daniels’ (but I’m not writing an editorial for a certain liberal left leaning newspaper). This performance of Paul Hart’s concerto, originally written with guitarist John Williams in mind and performed by NYJO in the mid -eighties, was revived for this performance through GBH musical director Mike’s persistence, dedication and yes – love, of creating magical musical moments (m,m&m s?) and this concerto in particular. 488 more words

Review