Our speaker this week was Maisy Bentley, a teenager until last week but with experience far beyond her years. Maisy is well-known to the club, having spoken at the Women’s Suffrage Celebration in 2017. She already has credentials as a relentless activist in the cause of women’s and young people’s rights, through her school a... Keep Reading
This content is displayed automatically and Our Porirua enables its display as a link. We take no responsibility for the content but you might wish to to contact us if you feel any shared content causes offence or a legal issue.
Please wait for content to load.
Tonight, Chris will talk to us about Z's strategy of meeting NZ energy and fuel needs and transition to a zero carbon world ... Keep Reading
Over the past two years, Wellington Anglican Diocesan Centre has kindly donated about a dozen desktops and laptops to e–Learning. This has meant that we have been able to pass them on for a small fee to people like Melida Chavez, a refugee from Columbia ... Keep Reading
Tonight Jacqueline (Jacqs) Wilton will talk to us about working with refugees and new migrants ... Keep Reading
Four senior students from Porirua College will participate in a panel discussion. Keep Reading
The 2nd newsletter of the term will be going home with students on Friday 29th March. Keep Reading
On 21 February 2019, Joy Allcock presented a short summary of the Shine Literacy Project for the 2018 year together with the full report ... Keep Reading
Graduates from Syria, Jordan, Colombia, Sri Lanka, Iran, and Myanmar, gathered together to celebrate the completion of the Refugee Connect Programme and to receive their certificates ... Keep Reading
How do you pick which option you need for your cloud technology in your business? Keep Reading
The Parumoana Schools' cluster covers the nine primary schools in northern Porirua. It is a longstanding tradition, now stretching back over 17 years, for them to compete to see who their best young speech-makers are. The students were confident, well-practised, and astonishing in their maturity. ... Keep Reading
This was a fantastic opportunity for Rotary to provide the organisation and means of community engagement, bringing huge benefits to both the kids and the police recruits for whom assisting young children will soon be a part of their day-to-day work ... Keep Reading
New Kiwis (former refugees) settle well, but how well do they integrate? We often hear the success stories and we will tell some of those stories during the course of 2020 ... Keep Reading
In, 2019, not only do Year 9 students choose a Junior Option, they also have the opportunity to choose a short course from our Ko Te Hapori range! These courses will run all day every Friday in Term 2. Here is a sneak peek at a few of the courses that you will get to choose from at the beginning of next year: Pacific Dance Going... Keep Reading
In District Governor Marion’s opinion, we are a thriving club that ticks all the important boxes. We are energetic, project-focussed, and effective. The club has played its full part in District affairs ... Keep Reading