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This service is a growing resource. The Kiwi Way is designed to let you hear, in your language, essential information for settling and thriving in New Zealand.

If you are a service provider who wants to help one million plus overseas-born Kiwis understand what's available, contact us on kiwiway@planetaudio.org.nz.

News & Events


Three Days for the Planet

Tuesday 13/06/2017

Arbor Day, World Environment Day, World Oceans Day – three days to help heal our home – Planet Earth. See tips on mutual support for all that sustains us.

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Pink Shirt Day

Friday 26/05/2017

The promoters of Pink Shirt Day aim to make a community where all people feel safe, valued and respected, regardless of age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability, or cultural background.

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Sign Language Week

Friday 05/05/2017

Kiwis are keen to learn N.Z.’s third official language. Sign Language Week is showing the way to communicate with both English and Maori signs.

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Community Notices


Did you hear the one about the Irish Club

Friday 10/02/2017

Open Mic Night at the Auckland Irish Club happens every second Friday of the month from 8pm till late. Your chance for some great craic at the club in Fowlds Park, Rocky Nook Avenue, Morningside. For more information phone 09. 846 7747, 027 625 9408 or email manager@aucklandirish.co.nz

 

The Joy of Dance

Tuesday 14/02/2017

Dance 4 Us is a drop-in movement therapy programme for adults with special needs. Tuesdays 1.30-2.30pm, Pearce Hall, 1 Pearce Street (behind Onehunga Community Centre) and Fridays 11am-12pm, MPHS Hubwest, 27 Corban Ave, Henderson. Learn more here

Enjoy a Highland Fling

Tuesday 14/02/2017

Scottish country dancing is held every Tuesday at 7.30pm in the All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook St, Howick.  No partner required, just soft-soled shoes.  Enjoy a Highland Fling next Tuesday!

Ha-ha-happiness

Saturday 11/02/2017

What could be more rewarding than Laughter Yoga?  Enjoy the exercise followed by a brief meditation at the Highland Park Community House 10.30-11.30am every Saturday. $5 entry.

 

#RedefineRefugee

Tuesday 30/05/2017

The Auckland Resettled Community Coalition presents the second edition of a photography exhibition by Nando Azevedo as part of the Auckland Festival of Photography. New Zealanders Now aims to challenge the perceptions many people have of refugees. The exhibition runs from May 30th to June 11th at Ponsonby Central, cnr Ponsonby and Richmond Rds.

www.arcc.org.nz/newzealandersnow

www.photographyfestival.org.nz

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