Have you had a chat with your teens about the Covid vaccine, or maybe your grandchildren are ready to step up to the jab? These school holidays, family-friendly events with free BBQs and activities are popping up all over the top of the South, allowing youth to be vaccinated, and talk with nurses about making the choice if they're still undecided about rolling up their sleeve.
Just so all you innocent buyers out there know what is really going on. I bought 2 smart Tv's through this app and both of them have something wrong with them so beware buy new items, don't trust people selling things on this app also I bought a sewing machine as well it was stuffed but I don't think I will get my money back or be able to get them fixed without spending more than what I originally paid for them.
Louise M Chaney
This Saturday 11th December marks one year to the day that my son Brodie had a bone marrow transplant due to being diagnosed with auto immune Aplastic Anemia. There have been a few "speed bumps" along the way, and a long way to go, but overall Brodies recovery has gone remarkably well.
To mark the anniversary, Brodie, a keen multisporter, had signed up to take part in the Taupo Half Ironman, but alas, due to covid this has been cancelled.
However, this will not stop Brodie going the distance, so on Saturday he is heading up to St Arnaud to do a 1.9km swim, 90km bike, and 21km run. But he needs your support.
Brodie has set up an ambitious fundraiser, to raise $100,000 for RANUI HOUSE ( a home away from home for patients and their whanau while they are undergoing lifesaving treatment ) and the ADOLESCENT & YOUNG ADULT CANCER SERVICE (AYACS).
Below are the links to Brodies give-a-little page & "Brodies Journey" Facebook page.
The fundraising will be ongoing, with Brodie also signed up to do the 2022 Coast to Coast & 2022 Taupo NZ Ironman ( full event this time! ), so please take the time to check out his story, donate if you can, and share the links far & wide to help him achieve his fundraising goal.
Your help will be hugely appreciated.
Let the Royal New Zealand Ballet transport you to a fantastical world of dazzling dance, music and enchantment. Choreographed by the late Liam Scarlett at the beginning of his short but blazingly bright international career, A Midsummer Night’s Dream was an overnight sensation at its premiere and is now available to watch online, for a limited time only.
This specially shot online performance will bring this enchanting ballet from theatre to your screens, with live stage footage enhanced by close-ups so you can experience the emotion and dance first-hand. This is ballet like you’ve never seen it before, a full cinematic experience.
Watch online from 3 Dec – 12 Dec 2021. Rnzb.org.nz/msndonline