Horotiu, Hamilton

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45 days ago

Macrame Workshop

Silvia from Te Kowhai

There are still a few spaces available for Sunday's macrame workshop, to be held in Te Kowhai. So if you're keen to learn how to macrame, click on the link below for more info, or send me an email to register.
No prior experience needed 😊
email: craftaholix@outlook.com
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There are still a few spaces available for Sunday's macrame workshop, to be held in Te Kowhai. So if you're keen to learn how to macrame, click on the link below for more info, or send me an email to register.
No prior experience needed 😊
email: craftaholix@outlook.com
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45 days ago

New in-house blood lab

Michelle from Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre

🔬🧑‍🔬We are very excited to share with you our new IDEXX LAB that we now have fully installed at our clinic. Our vets and nurses have spent the last couple of weeks in training and are ready to go!🥽🔬

❤️What this means for you our clients and patients:

🐈Quick turnaround time… View more
🔬🧑‍🔬We are very excited to share with you our new IDEXX LAB that we now have fully installed at our clinic. Our vets and nurses have spent the last couple of weeks in training and are ready to go!🥽🔬

❤️What this means for you our clients and patients:

🐈Quick turnaround time for receiving results of blood tests. This is especially important in more severe illness where further treatment is required and decisions need to be made quickly depending on results.

🐕‍🦺The ability to run blood tests at the weekend when the lab is closed.

🐈The opportunity to carry out pre-anaesthetic bloods on your pet the morning of their surgical or dental procedure.This may find hidden health issues, ensure there are no increased risks from anaesthetic and optimise safety for your precious pets.

🐩Health check blood tests, especially as your pet gets older; or if they are on a certain medication.

🐈‍⬛Our Biochemistry Machine can detect any abnormalities in the liver, kidney, thyroid, electrolytes and protein, while red and white blood cell abnormalities can be detected with our Haematology Machine.😀

❤️We are thrilled to bring you this latest technology that will make getting test results to you easier and more efficient!❤️

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45 days ago

A love of learning!

NumberWorks'nWords Hamilton Rototuna

At NumberWorks'nWords we create a learning environment that children love to come to.

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45 days ago

Ryman Healthcare charity partner 2021/22

Linda Jones Retirement Village

Applications are closing soon!

Since 1999, the residents and staff at Ryman Healthcare have raised more than $4 million for charities across New Zealand and Australia.

Supporting fellow pioneers isn’t new. It’s in our DNA. Learn more about becoming our charity partner.

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46 days ago

National Bowel Screening Programme coming to Waikato

Waikato DHB

Kia ora whānau,

Did you know that bowel cancer is the second highest cause of cancer death in New Zealand? Around 3000 of us will be diagnosed and 1200 will die of it each year.

But catching it early can save lives and all it takes to find it is a quick and easy test you can do at home.
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Kia ora whānau,

Did you know that bowel cancer is the second highest cause of cancer death in New Zealand? Around 3000 of us will be diagnosed and 1200 will die of it each year.

But catching it early can save lives and all it takes to find it is a quick and easy test you can do at home.

The National Bowel Screening Programme is being rolled out across the Waikato region with the aim of reducing the devastating impact bowel cancer has on our communities.

If you're aged between 60 and 74, you will receive a test kit in the mail every two years around the time of your birthday. If that's on an even day (2nd, 4th, 6th) of the month you will receive a kit this year while those on an odd day (e.g 1st, 3rd, 5th) will get theirs in the programme's second year.

The test comes with clear instructions and will help detect early warning signs of bowel cancer. It is free for people aged 60-74 who are eligible for publicly funded healthcare.

If you're not in the screening age range and you have a family history of bowel cancer, you could be entitled to a colonoscopy. Talk to your GP for more information.

If you have symptoms of bowel cancer, don’t wait for screening, talk to your doctor now. Common symptoms of bowel cancer may include:
• a change in your normal bowel habit that continues for several weeks
• blood in your bowel motion.

Although these symptoms are usually caused by other conditions, it’s important to get them checked.

We're encouraging those in the eligible age group to complete the test and send it back, and for whānau to talk to their loved ones about the importance of getting tested.

Do it for you, do it for your whānau.

For more information, visit the Time to Screen website, call 0800 924 432 or talk to your doctor.
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46 days ago

Waikato Diocesan School Open Day 2021

Waikato Diocesan School for Girls

Come join us at our 2021 Open Day to see the school in action during a normal school morning, and get a REAL feel for the Dio Difference.

Students and staff are in class during the Open Day so you can ask questions about the curriculum or a subject.

No need to book – just come along! … View more
Come join us at our 2021 Open Day to see the school in action during a normal school morning, and get a REAL feel for the Dio Difference.

Students and staff are in class during the Open Day so you can ask questions about the curriculum or a subject.

No need to book – just come along! We'd love to see you.

Principal's Welcome in the All Saints Chapel at 10.00 am followed by tours of the school and finishing with refreshments on the Cherrington Lawn.
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46 days ago

Eyelash extensions

Sharna-Rae from Nawton

Hi neighbours! I am the owner of Luminous Lash Lounge in Nawton and am providing a discounted price this week to celebrate my one month of business. Please see my page for details www.facebook.com...

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46 days ago

Garage Sale

marta from Pukete

Saturday March 13 from 7:30am to 1:00pm at 10 Farnham Close, Rototuna. Mostly household items as seen in photo.

Negotiable

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46 days ago

The Neighbours Day Aotearoa 2021 event map is now live! 🌻✅

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

To find a public event near you, visit: neighboursday.org.nz/find-an-event

If you have already registered your event and want to make it public, email kiaora@neighboursday.org.nz and they will add it to the map. If you haven't registered yet, tick 'Yes - please list it on the Neighbours … View more
To find a public event near you, visit: neighboursday.org.nz/find-an-event

If you have already registered your event and want to make it public, email kiaora@neighboursday.org.nz and they will add it to the map. If you haven't registered yet, tick 'Yes - please list it on the Neighbours Day website' to have your event included when you sign-up.

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47 days ago

Sofa Bed

Nancie from Burbush - Rotokauri

Comfy light purple couch. Folds out with slat base
Little bit of fading on arms. Heavy item. Pick up Flagstaff.
Width 170 x seat depth 87
Bed width 135x215 long
Happy to consider offers. Thanks.

Price: $300

50 days ago

Special 50% off Consultation Fee for any new Clients

Craig from Companion Vets

Companion Vets is offering 50% off first consultation to any new client coming in for an appointment in March when they mention this post. Come in and be impressed by our wonderful new facilities while getting a discount vet consultation. Reference code 50%CONSULT DISCOUNT

49 days ago

Found Dog

Joshua from Huntly

She just popped up in my backyard and keeps following me I really like her but if she is your kuri kei te pai, but if she still here after 2months then well, I would like to take her to the vet asap, she has some injuries but if she yours you should take her js😊

Free

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49 days ago

Farmhouse recycled glass jars x 3

Fiona from Saint Andrews

Surplus to requirements.
Three farmhouse recycled glass jars.
All a bit different to each other.

Props and florals not included
Decorate with florals, wooden utensils etc
Not for dishwasher or microwave.

Purely for decor and display.

Price: $12

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49 days ago

12 FREE packing boxes

Denise (nicci) from Nawton

12 Free packing boxes (ex con Banana boxes with lids ) Pick up across from Fraser High School pls ) PM me on fcbook.

51 days ago

Blind faith or Wilful blindness

Paul from Pukete

As Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was putting Auckland into a snap lockdown on Saturday night, Destiny Church leaders Brian and Hannah Tamaki were packing their bags.The couple left the city for Rotorua, arriving around midnight, where they told a crowd gathered for the Sunday morning service they … View moreAs Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was putting Auckland into a snap lockdown on Saturday night, Destiny Church leaders Brian and Hannah Tamaki were packing their bags.The couple left the city for Rotorua, arriving around midnight, where they told a crowd gathered for the Sunday morning service they had escaped Auckland to avoid the level 3 lockdown.so headed to Rotorua they weren't prepared to be confined by the lockdown Tamaki went on to encourage members to do more than just tithe to the church.

“The thing about Brian and I the whole time is that we've always believed you never come to the house of the Lord empty-handed, even though you may do an AP [automatic payment].“One dollar coin, two dollar coin, bring something into the house of the Lord. Bring what you can, over and above, because really it's the offering where God commands the blessing.“The tithe is being obedient, so you bring 10 per cent. That belongs to God. And then you get to thrive on the 90 per cent.“And then if you go over and above and give a little bit more for an offering, that's where God commands the blessing. So it's up to you – you make the decision, you make the choice.”

Brian Tamaki, who describes himself as an apostle, explained his reasons for getting out of Auckland. “We're on lockdown three in Auckland, that means there's to be no business for seven days.
Freudian slip of the tongue there Brian your faith is a "business " great now that's out in the open and if you had the virus would you sneak away to get the vaccine or send a quick prayer to god but the vaccines free god may ask you for an offering Jacinda would gain much kudos if she made a example out you Hannah advises you are going to Invercargill your passing her house pop in for a blessing

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