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The Lucky Times, 7 October 2020 – Palmerston Lucky School Newsletter

Principal’s Greetings This term saw the completion of new student gardens, the clam survey, a focus on study skills, International Literacy Week, drumming classes, learning about food security and food miles, what goes into making a t-shirt and a unit of work on advertising. Students are learning critical thinking skills, gaining an understanding of environmental …

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Pink-shirt day “if my dad finds out about it, he’d give me a hiding for not being man enough to stand up to these bullies”

Written by Tauraki Rongo I watched some of the productions done by our youth towards Pink shirt day. So this is all about bullying right? Trying put an end to bullying because of the mental health consequences suffered by some victims. Some really good stuff came out. I love the testimonies shared by some people …

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CLOSED – JOB VACANCY – Operations Administrator (20hrs)

At CIDANZ, smooth business and operational processes and systems are the key to our success. We’re in need of an Operations Assistant for 20 hours per week with excellent organization skill and a personable disposition. You’ll be a strong and reliable support to company operations, maintaining procedures, communication and collaboration between the CIDANZ team of …

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Mere Taana Jouanides: Using life experience to connect with people who needs help during Covid-19 aire

Written by Tauraki Rongo Over the period of the alert levels moving between lockdowns, the lives of a lot of New Zealanders were affected one way or another. The Corstophine community Hub was one of the many places across the country that was buzzing to provide support to those in need. When I turned up …

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When you’re able to transfer what’s in your mind onto paper for people to see, that’s art!

After talking to David Maruariki and featuring his journey over the last couple of weeks, I couldn’t help but think of my younger brother Tereapii or Apii as he is known to many. Apii and David use to hang around in Avatiu sharing their arts amongst other passions. Apii is youngest of our clan and …

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