Available now for long-term rent at $600 pw, rent to be paid fortnightly in advance. Move-in this weekend. Small section with one car carport. Call on (022) 409-8832 to book viewing.
The regions which will be moving into the new Covid-19 Protection Framework at Red on Friday have been announced.
Northland, Auckland, Taupō and Rotorua Lakes Districts, Kawerau, Whakatane, Ōpōtiki Districts, Gisborne District, Wairoa District, Rangitikei, Whanganui and Ruapehu Districts will all move to Red. The rest of the North Island and all of the South Island will move into Orange. These settings will next be reviewed on 13 December.
The existing Auckland boundary will remain in place until 17 January, and no new travel restrictions will be put in place. Vaccine passes will also come into force with the traffic light system.
Find out more about the new traffic light settings by region on this interactive map.
Interested in meditation? Whether a learner or seeking the company of a like-minded group to practice with, you’re warmly invited to our drop-in, free weekend park meetings. We’re currently offering meditation courses in our Auckland parklands on Sunday mornings at 10am. These share a range of different meditation skills and guided exercises and introduce the ABC’s in helping you with your own developing practice. A popular aspect is the use of simple mantras along with harmonium accompaniment.
If you’re keen on joining in, contact us (see below) and we’ll be in touch with times and venue details. Sunday’s next session, December 5th will be at the Auckland Domain, meeting at 10:00am by the band rotunda off Domain Drive. Bring a mat to sit on the grass, or a meditation stool. Weather permitting, our coming Sunday will offer a one hour session covering a wide canvas of exercises along with q & a opportunities and some refreshments afterwards. No charge, all welcome.
Numbers are limited with current Covid restrictions, (25) so signing up is required.
Further inquiries, visit: www.meditationauckland.co.nz... or text to: 0221887432.
Learning about wine involves international travel in your glass. Here is our tasting today for the WSET Level 3. San Gregorio Fiano di Avellino DOCG from Campania, Italy, Argyros Atlantis Assyrtiko from Santorini Island, Greece, Masi Valpolicella Classico DOC, Emiliana Adobe Carmenere, organic wine from Colchagua Valley, Chile, Fontodi Chianti Classico DOCG, Marques de Riscal Reserva, Voyager Estate, The Modern Cabernet Sauvignon from Margaret River, Western Australia.
Our Sunday WSET Level 3 tasting started with Massolino Moscato d'Asti; Jansz Premier Cuvée from Tasmania, Piper Heidsieck NV followed by Fortified wines Tio Pepe Palamino Fino, the outstanding Del Duque Amontillado VORS 30 years also from Gonzales Byass; Cazes Rivesaltes AOC Ambré 2004; Warres Otima Tawny Port 20 years; Campbells Rutherglen Muscat and Williams & Humbert Pedro Ximenez 12 years old sweet sherry.
We then wrote formal tasting notes for the following wines in preparation of the WSET Level 3 exam on Sunday 12 December.
Franz Hirtzberger Gruner Veltliner Federspiel 2016;
Alba de Vetus Albarino, Rias Biaxas 2019;
Mullineux Swartland Syrah 2014 and
Prats & Symington Post Scriptum, Touriga Nacional blend 2018, Douro, Portugal
Fascinating and captivating wines for sure!