Join us on International Women's Day for a panel event exploring how we can improve diversity and participation in local government. Please head to the Facebook event for updates and Register via Eventfinda.
First published in Hamilton News 14 December 2018 She should have been safe, but she wasn't. That's the message our Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern relayed to Grace Millane's family on Monday as her suspected murderer faced court. The outpouring of sorrow, grief and guilt from Kiwis led to two candlelight vigils being held in Hamilton... Continue Reading →
Podcast http://bit.do/episode-111 Golriz Ghahraman, an Iranian-Kiwi became the first refugee to be sworn in as an MP in 2017. She is a member of the Green Party of Aotearoa and is spokesperson for a raft of portfolios including human rights and corrections. I really admire the work that she is doing and felt privileged to... Continue Reading →
Published first in Hamilton News 30 November 2018 Situation Vacant: Hamilton City Councillor. Fixed term role starts October 2019. Remuneration starts at $71,638. Job description: To represent and lead the community, set policies, make regulatory decisions and review council performance. Preference: Female. Women hold a mere 25% of the seats in our current city council. ... Continue Reading →
Free FM Podcast http://bit.do/waikatowomen 9min "So much for the summer" from Cheshire Grimm 15:24m Melissa about Waikato Women's Fund 23:07m "Dedicated" from The Changing Same 27:15m XXSSY about Femininera 38:02m "Ataraxia" from XXSSY 41:45m My Top 5 ish local events for the week 49m "Let the games begin" The Recently Deceived 54:21m "Thompson is in... Continue Reading →
Listen to this week's podcast. 6m "One eye open" - Albi & The Wolves 10m INTERVIEW with Paula Southgate Hamilton City 28:30m "It ain't easy" Albi & The Wolves 30:45m INTERVIEW continued 48:32m "Don't blink" Cartoon Villain 50:30m Local events 54.30m "Mayday" The Recently Deceived We're joined by Hamilton East City Councillor, and current chair of the Community services and... Continue Reading →
*Coffee kōrero happening on Thursday the 22nd for potential female candidates and / or supporters. Please get in touch with me directly for more information* I don't know about you, but there are times that I can't even go to the toilet without someone needing something. I can be interrupted mid-shower because someone's hungry. (The... Continue Reading →
"She's in childcare from 7.30-5.30pm ... but it's good for her to be socialising with other babies and it'll give her a head start for school". "What did you get up to over the long weekend?" "Oh you know, just caught up with jobs around the house. The cars needed washed, lawns mowed - that... Continue Reading →