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Get the answers to the question
“5G – Who benefits?”
Meet Sunday 2nd February at 1pm – 2pm. Meeting room Elma Turner Library, Halifax St. Nelson There will be opportunity for questions and answers.
The speaker this Sunday is
- An experienced speaker with extensive knowledge of this subject.
Bachelor of Arts (Music and Theatre) from Wagner College in NYC
Founder and organiser of CAFI (Campaign Against Food Irradiation). An original Council member of The Green Party of Aotearoa, Manifesto and policy writer.
Founder, Writer and Organiser of M-Pact (Making Parliament Accountable). Core member of Nelson campaign to halt Genetic Engineering in NZ.
Former Broadway musical theatre performer and RCA recording artist.
Accredited Voice and Piano Tutor at NCMA (the Nelson Centre of Musical Arts). Owner/Director and Formulator of Salud Health Products Ltd.
Certificates in Psychotherapy and Hakomi Trauma Training.
So you are up for an amazing 60 minutes presentation as Joe expands on the products of 5G radiation;- Effects on health, Irradiating schools and learners, Impact on animals and biosphere, Our democratic rights, Surveillence and IoT.
Would those people that use the footpath to exercise their horses please stop. These are footpaths for people not horses. The horse shit that is left behind ( pardon the pun)is really not a good look. If you are to lazy to pick it up then leave your horse in the paddock.
Dear neighbours and NZ Gardener family,
Our April issue should be with our subscribers now and available in supermarkets and service stations (having been distributed prior to the lockdown restrictions). Whether or not it's on the stands yet is a bit patchy ... but then the incredibly brave and hard-working supermarket staff have quite a bit on their plate right now so I understand if there is a delay! Please, please, please everyone ... don't go out to buy it! Normally of course we love you buying NZ Gardener but right now it's far more important that you stay home and stay safe. (You can buy a copy with your online shopping though! That's safe and I think we are all in the market for something uplifting to read right now).
In this issue we offered to send out sweet pea seeds to any reader who sent us a SSAE. Just to reassure you, we will still send out sweet pea seeds to any reader who is keen to participate. We are just not quite sure when! Ignore the dates in the magazine of when you needed to send the envelope in by - that has been indefinitely extended. But we cannot wait to send you the seed and for those flowers to bloom as by then we will be well through this or even have it behind us. And keep letting us know what you are sowing and growing, send in pictures of your harvest, your flowers or what you are sharing.
We always love hearing from NZ Gardener readers but now when we are all staying apart that connection means more than you can imagine. Stay home, stay safe and stay in touch everyone. For the most updated gardening advice, subscribe to our digital e-zine Get Growing, which will be delivered to your inbox completely free.
This week is Student Volunteer Week so we're shining the spotlight on a few local young volunteers. First up is Koko, an invaluable member of the Volunteer Marlborough team. We've introduced Koko before but we wanted to ask a few more questions to give you a better idea of what she does and why she does it...
How old are you? 11 years old
What do you do when you volunteer? So far for my volunteering, I have been a promotional assistant for Volunteer Marlborough. I have handed out flyers and also delivered posters to local businesses
What is your favourite part? Getting outside and getting exercise while I do my job
Why did you start volunteering? I started volunteering as it is a part of my MP (maximising potential) challenge at Bohally intermediate.
How do you feel your volunteer work impacts the Marlborough community? I feel that my work informs the community about Volunteer Marlborough and the many ways that they can become volunteers.
Has volunteering given you an opportunity to learn anything or gain new skills? I have learnt about volunteering and what it means. I have also become more confident when delivering the posters and talking to the public.
What do you do when you’re not volunteering? When I am not volunteering, I am at school or doing sports and homework. I also love reading.
What would you say to someone who is thinking about starting volunteering? I would say volunteering is great fun and it is very rewarding, and you can do anything you like!