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Be Green, Go Veggie and Save Our Planet!

Earth Walk – Saturday 31 May 2008

To raise awareness that adopting a vegetarian/vegan diet is the single most effective way to impact on climate change there will be a walk on Saturday 31 May 2008 @ 12 noon, departing from the Main Entrance of Basin Reserve, Kent Terrace, Wellington.

About midway, in Manners Mall, there will be a speaker talking about the environmental benefits of a plant-based diet. The walk will then proceed thru the city ending at the Beehive.

Come join in as your voice and support is very important. 

For more info. contact: [email protected]

Streaming outage this evening *Update*

Hi all. We apologise for the outage on our internet streams this evening. We’ve been doing more troubleshooting on our on air computer.
Tonight we replaced our memory, but this did not work. We’ve now traced the fault back to the motherboard and we’re currently backing up our data. Streaming will be available once again in approx 1 hour.
If you’ve experienced problems with our internet streams over the last week, this is due to the PC problems we’ve been having and we hope to have it sorted out as soon as possible.

*update* Streaming is now back up.  Thanks for your patience.

Karori Wildlife Sanctuary Fundraisers

Evening concert with the New Zealand Secondary Students Choir.
Wednesday 23 January 7pm-8pm

The internationally-acclaimed NZSSC are holding a twilight benefit concert to raise funds for Karori Sanctuary.
Enjoy some of the best young voices in the country, together with the sound of the Sanctuary’s unique dusk chorus at this one-off benefit concert next to the Sanctuary’s beautiful lower lake. Ticket holders will be given exclusive admission to the Sanctuary from 4pm onwards, allowing plenty of time for an early evening stroll and picnic supper before the concert begins.

Tickets on sale now! Cost: $15 adults and $10 kids or $10/$5 for Sanctuary Members and Friends of NZSSC. To book call 04 920 9213 or visit www.sanctuary.org.nz.
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