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오클랜드 카메라타 코러스 중국합창단과 합동공연, 문화 봉사 활동 참여

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지난 9월3일 리무에라에 있는 Baradene College 에서 뉴질랜드 중국인들을 중심으로 만들어진 단체 Association of Auckland Music의 창단 15주년 기념 음악회에 오클랜드 카메라타 코러스(Auckland Camerata Chorus / 음악감독 왕주철)가 초청되어 한국민요등을 알리며 합창을 통해 화합과 친분을 다졌다.
800명의 청중앞에서 장구 반주와 함께 한국의 경쾌하고 힘있는 민요 울산아가씨를 알리는 계기가 되었으며, 세계 민요 모음은 영어, 독일어, 중국어, 이탈리아어, 마오리어 및 한국의 아리랑까지 원어로 MAA 합창단과 합동 연주하여 큰 박수와 관심을 받았다.
이번 공연에서는 한국민요, 팝송및 스켓송으로 오펜바흐의 ‘천국과 지옥’을 공연하여 큰 호응을 얻었다.

두 단체는 작년 Auckland Sinfonietta 의 가족음악회도 함께 출연하여 연합으로 연주한 바 있다. 2016년 4월 창단한 오클랜드 카메라타 코러스는 합창곡 선정은 특정 장르에 선을 긋지 않고 가곡, 성가, 가요, 동요, 민요, 팝송등 단원들이 곡 선정에 직접 참여 하여 프로그램을 함께 만든다.

합창단은 공연마다 한국음악을 알리기에 열심을 다함은 물론 공연을 통하여 뉴질랜드 한인 및 뉴질랜드 지역 사회의 문화적 봉사활동 참여에 큰 의미를 갖고 활동하고 있다. 한일수단장 및 전 단원은 음악에 대한 열정이 있는 합창을 통해 즐겁고 행복한 문화 생활과 문화 봉사를 하고 싶은 분들의 더 많은 참가를 환영한다고 밝혔다.


내년 2월 한국 유명성악가들과 함께 공연을 할 계획이며, 늘 즐거운 마음으로 노래를 함께 하고자 하는 열정이 있는 단원을 모집하며 현재 고등학생부터 중년까지 다양한 연령층으로 구성 되어 있는 오클랜드 카메라타 코러스는 비영리단체로 등록되어 있으며 좀 더 자세한 내용은 합창단 홈페이지 www.aklcamerata.org 에서 확인 가능하며 가입 신청 및 문의는 aklcamerata@gmail.com로 이메일을 보내면 된다.


July guest nights up 1.4 percent on a year ago

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There were 39 million guest nights spent in short-term commercial accommodation in the year ended July 2017, an increase of 1.3 million on the previous July year, Stats NZ said today.

The month of July 2017 was relatively quiet, with a modest increase in guest nights of 1.4 percent compared with July 2016. Both international and domestic guest nights had small increases.

The July month caught the tail end of the Lions rugby tour with matches in Wellington and Auckland following eight matches in June.

"The effect of the Lions tour on international guest nights hasn't been as visible in July as it was in June," accommodation statistics manager Melissa McKenzie said. "As July last year was especially busy we didn't see as large an increase as we otherwise could have."



Motels benefited the most from the increase in international guest nights. International visitors spent 13.9 percent more nights in motels in July 2017 than in July 2016. Motel international guest nights have now been increasing for two years when compared with the same month of the previous year.

Of all the regions, guest nights increased the most in the Bay of Plenty, up 5.4 percent in July 2017 compared with July 2016. Auckland was notably flat, but this comes off July 2016 that was 8.4 percent higher than July 2015. Increases occurred in 9 of the 12 regional areas.

Wholesale stocks of vehicles and parts up 19 percent in June year

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Wholesale stocks of cars, trucks, and parts in the June 2017 year rose at the fastest pace since 2008, Stats NZ said today.

The actual value of wholesale stocks of motor vehicle and parts held at 30 June 2017 was $2.1 billion, up $328 million (19 percent) when compared with that at 30 June 2016. The previous largest annual stock increase was in September 2008, up $337 million (24 percent) when compared with 30 September 2007.

“The latest annual increase for motor vehicle and parts coincides with the recent high record of car imports,” wholesale trade manager Sue Chapman said.

Overseas Merchandise Trade reported that imports of vehicles, parts, and accessories was up 21 percent ($396 million) in the June 2017 quarter when compared with the same quarter last year.



The biggest annual rundown in wholesale vehicle stocks came in 2009, after the global financial crisis, when they dropped more than $500 million.

When adjusted for seasonal effects, the motor vehicle and parts wholesale stocks were up $173 million (9.2 percent) from 31 March 2017.

Wholesale trade sales rise in June quarter

Wholesale trade sales rose 1.7 percent in the June quarter, recording its fifth consecutive quarterly rise.

"The June quarter's rise in total wholesaling was driven by basic material wholesaling and machinery and equipment wholesaling," Ms Chapman said.



The actual value of wholesale trade sales was $24.9 billion in the latest quarter, up $1.4 billion (6.0 percent) from the June 2016 quarter.

Meat and dairy lift manufacturing

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The volume of meat and dairy product manufacturing rose in the June 2017 quarter, Stats NZ said. Sales values also rose, coinciding with high prices.

After adjusting for seasonal effects and removing price changes, the meat and dairy product manufacturing volume rose 8.2 percent in the June 2017 quarter.

“The rise in the meat and dairy sales volume followed falls in the previous two quarters,” manufacturing manager Sue Chapman said.

Overseas Trade Indexes reported the dairy export volume rose 19 percent, while the meat export volume rose 2.5 percent in the June 2017 quarter.

Sales values were also up 13 percent, reflecting increases in both meat and dairy product prices. Business Price Indexes reported a 3.4 percent rise in dairy product manufacturing output prices in the June 2017 quarter. Prices for meat and meat product manufacturing outputs rose 6.9 percent.



The volume of total manufacturing sales rose 1.0 percent in the June quarter, after a 0.2 percent fall in the March quarter.

The actual volume of total manufacturing sales was up 0.4 percent on the June 2016 quarter. When price changes are included, the value of manufacturing sales was $26.6 billion in the June 2017 quarter, up $2.3 billion from the June 2016 quarter.
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Quiet month in retail card spending

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Electronic card spending in retail industries fell 0.2 percent in August 2017 when adjusted for seasonal effects, Stats NZ said today. This follows a 0.6 percent fall in July 2017.

"This is the fourth consecutive monthly fall in retail card spending, which is mainly influenced by lower fuel prices over recent months," retail manager Sue Chapman said. "All the six retail industries showed only small changes, with movements less than $5 million compared with July."



Spending rose in four of the six retail industries. The largest movement was in the consumables industry, up $3.3 million (0.2 percent). The consumables industry includes grocery and liquor retailing.

Core retail spending (which excludes the vehicle-related industries) fell 0.2 percent in August 2017, after an unchanged July 2017.

Actual retail spending using electronic cards was $4.9 billion in August 2017, up $205 million (4.4 percent) from August 2016.

Values are only available at the national level, and are not adjusted for price changes.

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