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A pie, some parsnips and Australian rules

Saturday, as I mentioned in my last post, was Anzac Day, and I have to confess that we failed to get up for the 5:30am dawn service over at the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park.  365 more words

Food And Drink

Film review in Wellington - 'The Salt of the Earth'

On the second night in Wellington I decided to go to the cinema. I stumbled across this quaint old place called Paramount Theatre and on impulse went inside. 1,159 more words

Health And Wellbeing

The Pied Piper of....

“The Pied Piper: Ian Hamlin” is a pencil drawing by Morris Campbell, its one of the artworks in the exhibition of my Wellington students opening on Monday Night at 6pm….it’s a great show and I’d love to see you there – at the Hutt Art Society! 62 more words

Art

Nearly Done

Aberdeenshire has elected to go for ‘wintry drizzle’ this morning – not my first choice for our last Sunday North of the border, but at least there is a certain amount of consistency in the choice.  568 more words

Adventure

Heading South

We’d been enjoying our time in New Zealand, but we were aware that we hadn’t even set foot on the South Island yet. With time running out on our road trip, we decided to head south, stop overnight in Wellington and then carry on to the South Island via the Interislander Ferry. 618 more words

Backpacking

Are you ready for the changes to NZ Health & Safety Law?

26 April 2015
Matthew Pritchard

Major changes are happening in New Zealand with the Health and Safety Reform Bill.

Here’s a link from the Ministry of Business which outlines some of the changes: 267 more words

Matthew Pritchard