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Latin America brings Jellicoe Park to life

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On Sunday, February 2, Latin American masters, Kantuta, brought a huge crowd to Onehunga’s sunny Jellicoe Park.

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Gardens of mercy

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It’s almost time to explore some of Auckland’s most beautiful gardens, and in so doing, support the Mercy Hospice and the wonderful work they do.   

The weekend of February 22 and 23 has been set aside this year for this Heroic Gardens Festival, now in its 18th year. What started as a fund-raiser for the Auckland City Mission’s Herne Bay House, to offer care to those with HIV or AIDS, has become a far broader hospice-funding event. It now showcases 21 gardens from Hunua to Titirangi to Whitford. 

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ECE just $50k from opening

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It’s been a year since Te Papapa School began a campaign to raise funds for their onsite community-led early childhood centre. The government have contributed $100,000, and many much valued community and personal donations have flowed in, but they are still in need of $50,000 before they can open the facility. 

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Latin America comes to Jellicoe Park

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Get ready to embrace the sounds and rhythms of Latin American entertainment on Sunday, February 2.

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MOTAT gifts Te Papapa pupils

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On Wednesday December 18, 2013, Variety – The Children’s Charity, trucked 350 Christmas presents donated by MOTAT visitors across to Te Papapa Primary School to hand out to an assembly of very excited children.  

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Local schools celebrate heritage

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Four local schools came together at Royal Oak Intermediate on December 12 to celebrate both the end of the school year and their Pasifika heritage.

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