Podcast episode from human rights radio show, Speak up - Kōrerotia exploring the healing effects of crafting, with suggested reading.
Damsels in debt – Good old fashioned public shaming
Joyce is fascinated by the debt notices that appeared with great frequency in newspapers from the 1840s right through to the 1940s and beyond. Take a walk on the juicy side of history.
Job hunting or upskilling with LinkedIn Learning for Libraries
Are you job hunting or just looking for a career change? LinkedIn Learning for Libraries has courses that could help you retrain or upskill.
Aristotle the Axolotl: 50 years ago this month
Did you know Aristotle the Axolotl? Exploring the Star Archive negative collection from 50 years ago.
Read the waves: Surfing safari in Sumner
Surfing celebration, Single Fin Mingle, is in at Sumner 8 to 11 April. Head into Matuku Takotako: Sumner Centre on Saturday 10 April and try you hand at some cool tech and maybe pick up a free wax comb.
Mixing it up with mocktails
Why settle for a boring juice when there are so many interesting booze-free options in the world of mocktails?
Halfway house for Tongan migrants: Picturing Canterbury
Reverend Sofilisi Taumalolo (left) and his wife, Hina, outside the Tongan halfway house at 23 Crohane Place, Spreydon. An image from the Discovery Wall.
Podcast – Community initiatives after mosque attacks
Podcast episode from human rights radio show, Speak up - Kōrerotia marking the 2nd anniversary of the 15 March mosque attacks.
Listen in! Popular Series available as eAudiobooks
When you’ve read a book that you enjoy, there is always the hope that there will be a sequel. Ashley shares some fave eAudiobook series.
Boosting your happiness with library books
What is happiness? Can it be measured? Hong suggests books about happiness to add more of it to your life.
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