EDIT: Sorry - these went to the first response.
Hi all - I have some surplus plastic pots for plants. A range of sizes. Pick up is Mt Eden.
Welcome to the April School Holidays! Our April Action holiday programme kicked off today in both Parnell and Epsom. Adventure Seekers kids went to Good Brothers for a pizza making workshop and our Club House kids enjoyed an awesome Under The Sea ocean themed day.
Need childcare for the holidays? Book your kids in with Parnell Trust!
Why choose Parnell Trust???
😃 We offer two exciting activities each day:
• Club House activities (on-site)
• Adventure Seekers (trips around Auckland area)
😃 Choose from TWO convenient locations:
• ️EPSOM: The House at Epsom Normal Primary School, 41 The Drive, Epsom
• PARNELL: Jubilee Hall at Parnell Trust, 545 Parnell Road, Parnell
😃 Our hours work for busy parents:
• Flexible - book as many/few days as you need
• Drop off from as early as 7.30am
• Pick up as late as 6pm
Visit our website at parnell.org.nz/SHP to check out our full two week programme.
Ready to enrol? Visit parnell.org.nz/SHP-enrol for links to our Enrolmy listings and enrol online today!
The first quarantine-free flight from Australia has landed in New Zealand, less than an hour after the trans-Tasman bubble officially opened.
The Qantas flight took off from Sydney late Sunday night, and was initially due to land early Monday morning – six minutes after the bubble opened. It touched down in Auckland 41 minutes after the new rules kicked in.
From April 19, Kiwis and Australians are able to travel between the two countries without having to quarantine.
Stuff understands the Qantas flight was repositioning to Auckland and the only passengers on board were crew.
The flight was not listed on Auckland Airport’s arrivals board, but a Qantas A330 was initially listed on Flight Radar 24 as arriving at 12.05am. The border opened six minutes earlier.
Qantas refused to answer any questions about the flight, including who was onboard.
A Qantas 737 (different from the expected A330) was seen leaving Sydney Airport for New Zealand late on Sunday evening. Flight Radar 24, which plotted the flight heading towards the North Island, had no destination listed.
Aircraft can potentially arrive more than 30 minutes early if they have a strong tailwind across the Tasman, but if that happened, the pilots could intentionally slow the plane to ensure they arrive after the border opening. However, if they had a medical emergency on the plane or a mechanical issue, it would need to land as soon as possible.
That could be one of the reasons no passenger flights are scheduled to land overnight, just after the border opens.
Instead, the first quarantine-free passenger flight arriving from Australia is a Jetstar service from Sydney. JQ201 is due to land at 11.20am, where an official welcome is planned at Auckland Airport.
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