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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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Lighting up Christmas

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Jellicoe Park was lit up on Friday December 8 when the Onehunga Christmas Tree’s lights were turned on once again.

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Sun comes out for Santa

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For the second year in a row, the sun came out and dried up all the rain in the nick of time for the Mangere Bridge Santa Parade.

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