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Well known talented filmmaker, actor, speaker and more, Peter Hayden has teamed up with

photographer Rod Morris to produce An Extraordinary Land: Discoveries and Mysteries from Wild New Zealand.

All welcome

St Patrick’s Community Centre, 42 Macandrew Road

Technology Suite of Dunedin North Intermediate School, North Road

The Apartment (enter from Dowling Street carpark).

This talk was postponed from 19 June. Hosted by Permaculture Dunedin <>.

Professor Wolfgang Koeck, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany

Thursday, July 4th, 5.30pm, Archway 2 Lecture Theatre, University of Otago

You can read more about the DCC's Energy Plan Discussion Document, which is
currently out for  feedback, at

: ‘Hens’ Night: Ruffling the Feathers of the Egg Industry’. While technically a documentary, this movie contains enough elements of action and drama to keep everyone riveted! The film documents a group of NZ Animal Rights Activists organizing and executing a gutsy dawn blockade of NZ’s largest battery hen farm at Waikouaiti, Otago. As we follow their heroic standoff, we gain a rare insight into the private thoughts, feelings, and hopes of the activists. (NZ. 2012. Director: Debbie Matthews.)


PUBLIC TALK: ‘What We Can All Do to Help the Animals’. The film will be followed by a talk by prominent NZ Animal Rights activist Carl Scott, about some simple things that we can ALL DO to help end the suffering that so many animals in this country are currently enduring.

WHERE: Archway 4 Lecture Theatre, Otago University.
WHEN:   Tuesday 23 July, at 6.30pm.
COST:     Koha / Donation. (No minimum cost). All Proceeds to Local Groups Helping Animals.

Proudly presented by D.A.R.C (Dunedin Animal Rights Collective), in association with SAFE (Save Animals From Exploitation).

For further Information: (03) 482 1482,  027 2275 726, carldscott@gmail.comhens-night-screening-poster

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