Come to Tūranga, your central Christchurch library, to start a hobby, get fit, eat well or just relax at our Focus on Wellbeing mini-expo on Saturday 2 April.
"We were given a chance and grabbed it with two hands, we built a life and built a community.” Paul reports back from 'After the Tampa', a session with Abbas Nazari and Helen Clark.
Abbas Nazari has written a memoir After the Tampa in which he writes powerfully about his family's ordeal in Afghanistan and aboard the Tampa before arriving in New Zealand.
Paul looks into Aotearoa journalism, ahead of Cafe Conversation: Engaging with Local Media Weds 30 June 5.30pm at Foundation Cafe, Tūranga.
Good times: Tūranga’s mini-expo on Saturday 20 March will help you plan an enjoyable retirement.
Focus on Men Expo: To coincide with Movember, Tūranga is inviting all men, and everyone else, to come and experience some special events.
WORD Christchurch 2020: Economist delves deep into the heart of AotearoaNew Zealand has not left the constraints of Rogernomics behind, according to veteran economist Brian Easton.
New Zealand is still trying to regain its egalitarian identity after the harsh economic reforms of the 1980s and 1990s, according to veteran economist Brian Easton. Easton says the economic reforms led by former finance ministers Roger Douglas and Ruth Richardson caused the only example of self-inflicted economic stagnation in his thorough history of the New…