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elocal Digital Edition
May 2019 (#218)
Inside the May 2019 issue of elocal Digital Edition:
Building on Firm Foundations
Mothers Know, There has Always Been a High Cost of Freedom!: Editors Note
Turning Your Home into a Visual Masterpiece!
Emma Burn Home Staging
Making Your Smile Worthwhile
John Bell Dental
Engaging Pacifica Communities: Papakura High School builds a Fale
Government Policies are Slowing our Economy Down: NZ Business Confidence at -38%
Kauri Gum Reserves: A History
Waiuku Steel 'n' Wheels Festival 2019: Sunday 12 May, 10am–2pm
What Does the Christchurch Mosque Massacre Mean for Freedom of Speech in New Zealand?
‘Gretchen Albrecht: between gesture & geometry’ by Luke Smythe: The Life and Career of One of New Zealand's Most Influential and Estimated Contemporary Artists
‘Finding Frances Hodgkins’ by Mary Kisler: A New Approach to One of New Zealand's Most Influential Expatriate Artists
The Endless Summer
Mayday and Maypoles and Workers Rights: This Month in History
MAY IN PAPAKURA
Guilty or Not Guilty?: The Bain Homicide Case
Surviving the Back to Routine Blues
Scumbuggery: The Saintly Sinner
Tairere Housing Project, Rosehill, Papakura: Community-driven home buyers’ club a success
Crown Excludes New Zealanders From the Treaty of Waitangi Conversation: 1985 Judge Cooke's legal opinion has lead the way to division, judicial activism and manipulation
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