I am looking for someone who would like to do Cryptocurrency Investing with me.
I am a Professional Accountant / Businessman who is looking at learning the new future in investing, Bitcoin, Etherium and Alt Coins.
I am new to this type of investing and would like to team up with someone who is also interested in this type of investing and learning together. Two great minds is much better than one.
We could explore and exchange ideas, determine what coins to trade and when. The market is extremely hot right now and there is lots of upside in this type of investing.
If you already have lots of experience and knowledge in this area, you are also interested joining forces and you would benefit in having a partner, I would definitely like to see if we could work together on this, make our investments significantly grow and who knows about the future.
We could even possibly build this into a full time thing, or maybe even a business. I have heard many interesting success stories on this and it is definitely working for some people. Eg, earning 2.5 months salary in just one week.
I am looking for someone who is serious, professional who also would like to invest in cryptocurrencies with me and has enough time now during the week days (a few hours per day or longer) to work together on this exciting project. To be very clear, I am not looking for any of your money or anyone else’s money. I only want to find someone who has a similar interest in this and wanting to learn and support each other.
If you are interested in my Crypto idea above and you would like to meet up for a coffee and discuss this further, please contact me now by first telling me a bit about yourself, your experience with Crypto and interest.
Please contact Harry on:
Mobile - 0274 88 0274
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s begin our Crypto journey together and have some fun!
Auckland is losing all of its history. Save this beautiful Church and keep it for generations to come.
St David's - The Soldiers’ Memorial Church commissioned on ANZAC Day 1927 to commemorate our national loss - has been put up for sale by commercial tender. We are calling on New Zealanders to help buy the church to protect it in perpetuity as a living memorial for all New Zealanders.
Donate what you can, $1, $5, $10 - when this church is gone it's gone forever.
Hello everyone, I'm hoping to find a person who can read Dutch and help me interpret some old family documents please. I am exploring my father's Dutch colonial family history and have records of their immigration from Indonesia to New Zealand pre-1950. However, I am unable to read Dutch and would love to gain a bit of understanding of what each document is about. I don't need everything interpreted but just an overview of what each is about would be a wonderful start.
If you can help me, please contact Eve on 021 0275 2766. Many thanks in advance.
Did you use to belong to the 1st Auckland Cavell Girl Guide Unit?
If so, the brigade wants to hear from you!
The 1st Auckland Cavell Girl Guide Unit turns 100 in July and is still seeking old girls to join the celebrations.
One of the first girl guide units to be formed in Auckland, the group is gearing up to commemorate its centenary.
A social afternoon is planned for July 3, kicking off at 2pm with historic guiding activities such as knot tying and making arm slings.
Guests will be treated to afternoon tea and a birthday cake before photographs are taken of the girls.
The day will end with a singalong around the campfire.
The next day, a church parade will march through St Andrews Church, Epsom, where the unit has been meeting since 1921.
Parishioners are invited to a morning tea after the procession.
The unit, initially known as the St Andrew's Peace Scout Group, is believed to be the first guide company which has kept going since it was launched.
It all started when eighteen-year-old Mona Burgin wrote to the Dominion chief scout Colonel Cosgrove, a New Zealand Boer War veteran, asking about Girl Peace Scouts.
He arranged to meet her in Queen St, Auckland and wrote she would recognize him by the red flower in his buttonhole.
Soon after the meeting Burgin formed the troop on July 6.
Girl Peace Scouts wore khaki uniforms and the St Andrews troop wore a red open-ended tie.
In 1923, the Dominion Council became affiliated with the original Girls Guides Association in London.
*Former unit members can email email@example.com for details of the centenary.