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27 days ago

What's On: Aikido Musubi Ryu Martial Arts

Lyn from Nawton

Using locks, throws and pins to disarm attackers using open hand, sword, staff and knife. Classes Tue/Thurs for Kids 5:15pm and Adults 6pm. All welcome, first three lessons are free.
Aikido Musubi Ryu Martial Arts
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5 days ago

MEET THE VRS TEAM - Veterinary Referral Services❤️

Michelle from Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre

Most of you may know that located within the Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre building is Veterinary Referral Services (VRS), which receives companion pet referral cases from their primary Veterinarians all over the Waikato. These patients require care that is complex, or requires skills and equipment that is beyond the function of their primary vet.

The team comprises of;

🐕Veterinary Surgeon Dr Ian Millward BVSc (Dist.), Cert. SA Surgery, MMedVet SA Surgery (Dist.)Vet

🐈‍⬛Referral Nurse & Administrator Sarah Wilson DVN, RVN

🐩Vet Referral Administrator Linley Herbert CVN

🐈Vet Referral Nurse Leeann Ruddell DVN, RVN

Changes are on the horizon for the Vet Referral team with work beginning on a newly built clinic attached to the rear of our building. Not only will it mean changes for the VRS team but our Hamilton Small Animal Vets Centre will now expand into the space left behind, creating a more dynamic, up to date and spacious work area. We will keep you posted with pictures and updates, watch this space!!

www.hamiltonvets.co.nz... www.vetreferral.co.nz...

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1 day ago

Free jam session at museum next Sat May 22, 2pm

Carolyn from Dinsdale

PAUL TRENWITH, banjo player from HAMILTON COUNTY BLUEGRASS BAND, Is going to be at Waikato Museum next Saturday 2pm . Anyone with guitar, banjo, fiddle etc invited to jam with him - free entry - to mark the current exhibition re the history of the band!!! Should be a great session. COME!!!!

1 day ago

Good preparation makes a good paint job

Adam from Adam's Painting

On Friday at a job for a family in Fairfield, I had a lot of sanding to do on this window sill. It had been heavily exposed to the sun, giving that crocodile peeling skin effect. A good thorough sand with the orbital sander (using p80 grit followed by p150 grit) provided a secure foundation for the subsequent paint coats. Judge for yourself with these before and after pictures below...