124 days ago

Minecraft Holiday Programme at Whitby Collegiate

Whitby Collegiate

Whitby Collegiate will be hosting a 3 day Minecraft holiday programme in October. Our IT experts & Minecraft administrators will teach students how to build their own servers, download and utilise mods using Forge servers. Students will be put into teams to compete against each other in Minecraft challenges. Tutors will be on hand for tips, tricks and help along the way. All skill levels are welcome. Students must bring their own device, charger & mouse - Windows 10 with Minecraft owned, installed and tested on their own account. Limited spaces available.

Dates: Monday 11 - Wednesday 13 October 2021
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Cost: $220
Ages: 10+

Compulsory supervised breaks will be held in the school gym - volleyball, basketball, badminton skills or football on the field.

Optional extra - $10 per day for Domino's pizza or fish & chips lunch and drinks.

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1 hour ago

Parts of Hutt River off limits due to toxic algae

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Swimmers and dog owners are being asked to avoid areas of the Hutt River after high levels of toxic algae were found.
Toxic algae are a significant health risk as swallowing water containing the bacteria can cause serious illness, with pieces as small as a 50c coin enough to kill dogs.
Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Dr Evan Harrison said, monitoring data at the Hutt River at Silverstream Bridge, and Hutt River upstream of Silverstream bridge returned red alert levels of toxic algae.
“This means there are high levels of cyanobacteria present rendering the site unsuitable for swimming, and it should be avoided,” he said.

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1 day ago

Caterpillars

Jason from Naenae

Does anybody have some space for more caterpillars, my plants are gonna be all eaten soon ......TIA

3 hours ago

Have you seen Sean Murrihy?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

​Police are appealing for sightings of missing Lower Hutt man Sean Murrihy​.
Murrihy, who lives in Stokes Valley, was last seen on Thursday, January 13. Police and his family are concerned for his welfare.
Police believe he may have gone into the Tararua mountain ranges in the areas of Smith Creek or Totara Flats, possibly entering at Kaitoke or Wairarapa.
He was believed to be wearing a Hunting and Fishing olive green jersey and carrying a backpack.
Anyone who has seen Murrihy or knows where he might be should contact police on 111 quoting case number P049316463.

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