The last full week before summer! Here’s a wrap.

YOUR PICKS: The most read stories of the week.

What would bring young people back to Whanganui after university and travel? We asked the council’s youth committee co-chairs what they thought?

Read it here 

Emma Bugden’s Gonville-based enterprise is re-printing out-of-print historical arts journals. Read about Small Bore Books here. 

Devyn Staines’ photo essay Then & Now remained in top three most read stories for  a second week in a row. Check out Whanganui’s past and future in six images here. 

OUR PICKS:

Something different this week. We have just launched a fundraising campaign to help us get up and running. If you can, please support us via our Givealittle page here:

https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/fourfivehundred

And to give you a taste of what we’re up to, the Wanganui Chronicle featured us on Saturday. Read it here: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/wanganui-chronicle/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503426&objectid=11754425

 

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