It’s Time to Bring Fanfare Home to Christchurch
It’s Time to Bring Fanfare Home to
On 1 September SCAPE
Public Art will launch their Bring Fanfare Home
Public Appeal Campaign to raise the $50,000 needed to
install Neil Dawson’s extraordinary sculpture
Fanfare in Christchurch.
Through the use of the
popular fundraising website, PledgeMe and Radio Live
promotional sponsorship, SCAPE Public Art turns to the
public of Christchurch, Canterbury and New Zealand to pledge
funds towards installingFanfare for all to enjoy.
The Bring Fanfare Home PledgeMe Campaign will run for
a period of 6 weeks until 13 October with a range of rewards
for those who pledge amounts between $10 and
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Gordon Campbell: On The Russel Norman Resignation
While not the decisive factor, last year’s election result must have made it easier for Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman to finally call it a day. After three years of solid campaigning on social justice, economic and environmental issues – and amidst another round of self-destruction by Labour, its ally and rival on the centre-left – the Greens had realistically expected to end up close to 15 % on election day. Instead, it barely held its own, and failed to increase its vote.
This would have been an especially bitter result for Norman. For the past six years, Norman has been the de facto leader of the Opposition – especially after Labour lost the plot with a series of inept leaders and a chronic identity crisis about what, if anything, it now stood for. More>>