Tag Archives: Pioneer Women’s and Ellen Melville Hall

Kids have their time in driver’s seat: shaping a community hub in the heart of the city

September 22, 2015

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I’m perched al fresco on High Street watching the street life unfold on a mild Thursday afternoon. Shoppers are sifting through stores seeking spring sales. Weary office workers in crinkled suits are trickling out of their offices.  Tourists are angling aimlessly up the street towards the art gallery. What captures my attention is a little […]

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Squaring our past with our futures…

September 22, 2015

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If a picture paints a thousand words, then a place can tell a thousand stories.  No where is that more true than Freyberg Square in Auckland’s High Street precinct, which has played host to millions of people over the years, and provides the backdrop for many of their life stories. When it therefore comes to […]

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