1. Wildlife Watching with Walt

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    Walter William Wellington wanders witlessly, worshiping whimsical wildlife. [Music - Sven Libaeck - Surf Location Walkabout]

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    • Construction and Engineering Open Day

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      Visit our Construction and Engineering schools. Weds 3 June. Check http://weltec.ac.nz/openday/ for details. Whether you need new skills or want to grow your knowledge to pursue better opportunities, we have options available for you. Architectural technology. Automotive. Building. Brick and block laying. Civil. Electrical. Mechanical. Engineering. Construction management. Painting. Panel and paint. Plastering. Plumbing. Quantity surveying.

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      • George + Diana Cinematic Pre-Wedding Highlight

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        George + Diana Cinematic Pre-Wedding Highlightshot in Wellington, New Zealand Filming and Editing by Simon Israel/M1Media For enquiries call Simon on +61431320253 Email: info@m1media.com.au m1media.com.au Follow us on facebook.com/m1mediapro

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        • George & Diana Same Day Highlight

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          George + Diana Cinematic Same Day Highlight shot in Wellington, New Zealand by M1Media Filming and Editing by Simon Israel/M1Media For enquiries call Simon on +61431320253 Email: info@m1media.com.au www.m1media.com.au Follow us on www.facebook.com/m1mediapro

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          • Content Server - Outlook Drag and Drop

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            Techtonics are experts in Information Management, Infrastructure Services and Enterprise Content Management. We are New Zealand’s most experienced OpenText business partner and specialists in Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint Online.

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            • Content Server - Add New Version of a Document

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              Techtonics are experts in Information Management, Infrastructure Services and Enterprise Content Management. We are New Zealand’s most experienced OpenText business partner and specialists in Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint Online.

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              • Michael Baker - 3rd lecture: Public Health Surveillance of Infectious Diseases (PART 2)

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                Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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                • Michael Baker - 3rd lecture: Public Health Surveillance of Infectious Diseases (PART 1)

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                  Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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                  • Michael Baker - 1st Lecture, Infectious diseases in NZ: Public Health Importance (PART 2)

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                    Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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                    • Michael Baker - 1st Lecture, Infectious diseases in NZ: Public Health Importance (PART 1)

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                      Michael has worked extensively on the surveillance, investigation and control of infectious disease. His more recent work has focused on the importance of health determinants, notably housing conditions. His research interests include: the health effects of household crowding home injuries, homelessness seasonality of disease, health effects of climate change disease surveillance systems the International health Regulations (IHR 2005) pandemic influenza and how it can be contained infectious disease epidemiology, emerging infectious diseases enteric diseases such as campylobacteriosis the role of film in public health teaching Michael is a public health physician and Professor in the Department of Public Health. Other positions include: Co-Director of He Kainga Orgnga/Housing and Health Research Programme Principal Investigator for the Social Housing Outcomes Worth (SHOW) Study Co-Principal Investigator for the Southern Hemisphere Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness Research and Surveillance (SHIVERS) project commissioned by the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Principal Investigator of the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities Member of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority's Academy Member of the Ministry of Health's Pandemic influenza Technical Advisory Group (PITAG) Director of the Continuing Professional Development for the New Zealand College of Public Health Medicine (NZCPHM) Co-Director of the Public Health Summer School.

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