This week Little Hutt introduces Dr Teresa Heinz Housel as a guest writer, and of course, shares her story. Having lived all over the world studying and working, her experience and knowledge add a deep, rich layer of empathy and understanding to the stories she narrates for other people. Please welcome Teresa!
Little Hutt talks with Anne Ryan, the director of Hutt Science. Anne tells us about how Hutt Science is keeping science exciting so our kids can get elbow deep into the exciting, sometimes gooey world of science.
Little Hutt talks to Kathy McBride about ghost investigating and her ghost road in this Halloween special. Grab a cuppa, turn off the lights, light a candle, and enjoy this week's story!
A coffee owner who has opened his café doors to the rest of the community – and has created a place where everyone belongs. Who has created this café, The Hub, which literally is a hub for people to meet and feel welcome, for people to get what they need whether it’s clothing, food, coffee, a chat. It is a real community where the reciprocity flows from inside The Hub onto the street and into the hearts of everyone who sets foot inside its doors. And on top of that, The Hub also promotes several charities from its premises. One that could be considered The Heart of The Hub. And when Vladimir tells me the story behind this charity I almost burst into tears because I see in the flesh the cycle of love continues. Right before my very eyes...
Little Hutt interviews Dayna Berghan-Whyman, Hutt City's very own medieval, full combat fighter who has represented NZ internationally. Also, in this post there is a special downloadable booklet full of images of Dayna's medieval weapons, armour and more.
Meet Hutt wellness guru Pam Hewitt, owner of Fit Future Private Training Studio.
Meet Hutt wellness guru Maria Gorham from Hot Yoga Wellington and Lower Hutt.