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"The Repair Show" and Local Repair Cafés!

Updated: Oct 31, 2022



We are still buzzing from our celebrations of International Repair Day on 15 October 2022 with seven in-person repair cafés in Devonport, Napier, Wellington, Nelson, Otautahi Christchurch, Rolleston as well as the launch of the Ngaio Repair Café!


Repair Café Aotearoa NZ held “The Repair Show”, our online event which offered 21 presentations by local repair café organisers, international leaders in the repair space, research, our progress in the #righttorepairnz movement, repair skill sharing and life streaming of Repair Cafés. We also LAUNCHED the Repair Café Aotearoa NZ Song- learn more about this in our previous blog post!


Check out these beautiful photos of the local Repair cafés that were held on 15 October 2022 throughout the motu: International Repair Day in Aotearoa was celebrated from Auckland to Christchurch, and everywhere in between! 🛠🎉


[clockwise from top left]

- The LAUNCH of Ngaio Repair Café by Ngaio Union Church, beautiful photo with credit to Creatif Kate

- Napier Repair Café by Sustainable Napier and Repair Café by the Nelson Tasman Climate Forum - both of whom we were lucky to get a LIVE tour of during our online "The Repair Show" event!

- Wellington RepairED by Sustainability Trust and Hopper - which we learnt more about in an inspiring presentation from Sustainability Trust!

- Ōtautahi Repair Revolution who held a 2 day- long Spring Fair Repair!



Thank you to everyone who participated, gave their time, attention and expertise to the Repair Day celebrations. There is so much skill, enthusiasm and positive vision for a circular economy where repairability of products is the norm and repair skills are valued and shared in communities. Kia kaha Aotearoa!
























Thank you to everyone who participated, gave their time, attention and expertise to the Repair Day celebrations. There is so much skill, enthusiasm and positive vision for a circular economy where repairability of products is the norm and repair skills are valued and shared in communities. Kia kaha Aotearoa!


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