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English - Leadership, Vision, Strategy
The Waterside · 9M ago

Something for us all to think about!

Think about this before you start condemning others due to their religious (or non religious) belief systems. Is there a single religion anywhere in the world that has not been tainted by ex...
The Waterside · 10M ago

Dunedin Music in Black and White (2016 retrospective)

Photos from various music events from across Dunedin, NZ in 2016. The two songs were written and performed by myself this year (2016) It has been a pleasure to be able to capture great event...
The Waterside · 1Y ago

Vogel Street Party MMXVI

This years Vogel Street Party MMXVI has been another stunning event. Many thanks to the hard working crew who organised and ran the event and to the sponsors. As usual most of the images are...
The Waterside · 1Y ago


Waiting. A poem and picture Paul S Allen
The Waterside · 1Y ago

The time to change is now!

I am deeply saddened by the news that 49 people in Orlando Florida in the USA, have been murdered in cold blood and that 53 others have been wounded in this latest horrific incident. These m...
The Waterside · 1Y ago

The Commute – a poem

The Commute – a poem Words and image ©Paul S Allen  June 2016
The Waterside · 1Y ago

The Cloud – a poem

Poem © Paul Allen 1993 Image © Paul Allen 2016
The Waterside · 1Y ago

Nook and Cranny Music Festival 2016

A festival of Dunedin musicians, singer-songwriters, bands and solo acts for the launch of NZ Music Month 2016 Held 1 May 2016 at the Dunedin Public Library Dunedin, New Zealand Here is a sa...
The Waterside · 1Y ago

The Rockabilly Ball – Dunedin Fringe Festival

All-star Leo Ladell band and Both Sides of the Line Perform at the Dunedin Fringe Festival event “The Rockabilly Ball” at the Lone Start Cafe. The MC for the night was Warren Voight. A fanta...
The Waterside · 1Y ago

Waitangi Day 2016 – Dunedin/Otepoti

Waitangi Day was commemorated in Dunedin/Otepoti by way of a community concert. Photos below. This family friendly event encourages all who attend, both Maori and non-Maori alike, to remembe...