Snells Beach & Mahurangi East, Snells Beach

11 days ago

Harmony Circle 18th April

Paula from Snells Beach & Mahurangi East

Harmony Circle Evening Sunday 18th April
Open Group Discussion

Venue; Community Hall, 2 Alnwick St (next door to Town Hall), Warkworth.
Open at 6.45pm for a 7pm start. $5 contribution at the door – Harmony Circle is non-profit.

It's Our Evening
An evening that gives opportunity for those … View more
Harmony Circle Evening Sunday 18th April
Open Group Discussion

Venue; Community Hall, 2 Alnwick St (next door to Town Hall), Warkworth.
Open at 6.45pm for a 7pm start. $5 contribution at the door – Harmony Circle is non-profit.

It's Our Evening
An evening that gives opportunity for those who come along to chat & share as a group, creating a combination of an interesting and fun evening!
Come along and contribute with others, or simply sit back and listen, absorbing the views and knowledge of those that choose to share & converse.
Share what you may ask? Whatever comes up as a subject that is related to the essence of Harmony Circle…. Questions? Thoughts? Ideas? Beliefs? and so on. Basically, start a conversation and see where it leads! This makes for a different twist on our evening as the subject (or subjects) will flow spontaneously and naturally.

On the night we will also have a draw for a voucher to the value of $75!

Everyone welcome, this is an open group, come along if you can, look forward to seeing you there!
Contact us at warkworthharmonycircle@gmail.com or call/text 027 239 9182

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11 days ago

What's On: A club for retired people-Manly

Pat from Manly

Monthly meetings with guest speakers, bus trips, luncheons. movie group plus other social gatherings. open for new members. ph Pat Hoyle 027 2428749 or 4285285
A club for retired people-Manly
  • Bridge Club.
12 days ago

We Say/You Say: trans-Tasman bubble

The Team from Community News

Hi neighbours!

After more than a year of closed borders, Australians and New Zealanders will soon be able to jet-hop between countries after the government announced that the trans-Tasman travel bubble will be operational from April 19.

With quarantine-free travel now possible, are you more … View more
Hi neighbours!

After more than a year of closed borders, Australians and New Zealanders will soon be able to jet-hop between countries after the government announced that the trans-Tasman travel bubble will be operational from April 19.

With quarantine-free travel now possible, are you more likely to head across the Tasman or travel domestically?

Fronting Australian media yesterday, Jacinda Ardern not only spoke of the excitement of families being able to be reunited, but also pitched New Zealand tourist activities to Australian viewers.

"If there is a hot spot in one of the states of Australia we may just act in the same way that another state would ... Just prepare that there may be disruptions, but what better place in the world to be stuck. Am I right?," she said.

The trans-Tasman bubble will operate on a three tier basis: Continue, Pause and Suspend. If there are a few cases in Australia linked to the border, quarantine-free travel will continue. Travel may be paused for 72 hours if there are rogue community cases and in the instance of a state or nationwide lockdown, travel will be suspended.

Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comment featured in the Conversations page of your local paper.

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12 days ago

Motocross boots

Vanessa from Warkworth

Motocross boots for sale. Size youth 5. Hardly used as my son grew out of them too fast. Excellent condition. $180

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13 days ago

CANCELLATION ! ! PSYCHIC and MEDIUMSHIP READINGS.

Howard from Orewa

Very sorry to announce that tomorrow night's meeting of the Hibiscus Spiritual Awakening and Healing Centre in Orewa has had to be cancelled owing to the President being unable to attend.
Apologies for the inconvenience, but it can't be helped. We all wish Lynda a quick recovery and hope … View more
Very sorry to announce that tomorrow night's meeting of the Hibiscus Spiritual Awakening and Healing Centre in Orewa has had to be cancelled owing to the President being unable to attend.
Apologies for the inconvenience, but it can't be helped. We all wish Lynda a quick recovery and hope that she is able to chair the next meeting on Wednesday the 21st of April.

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15 days ago

PSYCHIC and MEDIUMSHIP READINGS.

Howard from Orewa

Hi Everyone !
Perhaps you are curious about mediumship but a little nervous about receiving a reading ? Relax. There isn't anything at all to be concerned about. It's natural to be a little apprehensive about things we don't understand or know about.
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Hi Everyone !
Perhaps you are curious about mediumship but a little nervous about receiving a reading ? Relax. There isn't anything at all to be concerned about. It's natural to be a little apprehensive about things we don't understand or know about.
A psychic can predict coming events in your life, but a medium can do that as well as communicate with the spirits of people who have passed over. Psychics and mediums work only in what's called "Love and Light", and there is nothing to be nervous about. Think of it this way :- a loved one of yours who has passed would love to be able to say "Hello" to you and let you know that they haven't gone for good, they are still around you, still caring about you, but have simply passed to another dimension. So, why not pop along and join our friendly group ? Many people who have joined us at our meetings have been given hard evidence, sometimes names. A private reading can be arranged for you if you wish.
We are a none profit organisation of volunteers who simply provide a public service for those interested. Our next fortnightly meeting is this Wednesday, the 7th of April, at 7:30 pm, at the Theosophical Society Hall, 9e, Annalise Place, off Forest Glen, off Puriri Avenue, Orewa, and,

ALL ARE WELCOME !

There is an off road car park, just look for the flashing Christmas lights. We finish around 9pm and supply free coffee, tea and chocolate biscuits afterwards. And for all this we ask only $5 to cover costs ! [we have to hire the hall]
People have had some amazing, enlightening and very comforting readings, as well as good advice from the other side. Once you've experienced one for yourself it will change your outlook in a really nice way. Forever ! So why wait ?
Follow us on Facebook under "Hibiscus Spiritual Awakening and Healing Centre".

12 days ago

Our monthly newsletter, Hapori, is out now for April! 📝

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This issue includes news from our members across the country, safety tips + advice, updates from our partners and more.

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13 days ago

What's On: Serving Spoons Free Community Lunch

Nicola from Orewa

All welcome to enjoy a delicious meal and some friendly company. Please spread the word as our monthly lunch is being held a week earlier than usual this month. Monday,
Serving Spoons Free Community Lunch
  • St John’s Church Hall
14 days ago

Now’s the time for a clean out

The Team from Auckland Council

Book your annual on-property inorganic collection today and help reduce waste to landfill.

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14 days ago

The greatest hits of the 70’s – Yesterday!

Stetson Entertainment

The finest professional New Zealand talent, endorsed by the American Producers, will star in a show chock-full of most of the greatest songs from the Seventies, produced by Stewart & Tricia Macpherson.

Songs like Mamma Mia, Rhinestone Cowboy, Rivers Of Babylon, Ruby Don’t Take Your Love To… View more
The finest professional New Zealand talent, endorsed by the American Producers, will star in a show chock-full of most of the greatest songs from the Seventies, produced by Stewart & Tricia Macpherson.

Songs like Mamma Mia, Rhinestone Cowboy, Rivers Of Babylon, Ruby Don’t Take Your Love To Town, Joy To The World, I Am Woman, When I Need You and Islands In The Stream. The cast includes NZ and Broadway star, Ali Harper, major theatrical and concert star Matthew Pike, and Kiwi star from London’s West End, Leanne Howell. Highly acclaimed Musical Director, Tom Rainey leads the musicians.

Saturday, 10 April 2021 - Auckland Bruce Mason Centre

This is going to be a terrific show, with every song you’re bound to know. Be there, and join in the fun!
Book tickets

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18 days ago

Poll: Do you support having daylight saving?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Hi Auckland neighbours,

Daylight saving ends on April 4 when Kiwi clocks go back one hour.

As we fall back into fall, some Aucklanders welcome the change while others hold strong objections.

Your feedback is welcome.

If you don't want your comments to be used by Stuff, please put … View more
Hi Auckland neighbours,

Daylight saving ends on April 4 when Kiwi clocks go back one hour.

As we fall back into fall, some Aucklanders welcome the change while others hold strong objections.

Your feedback is welcome.

If you don't want your comments to be used by Stuff, please put NFP.

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Do you support having daylight saving?
  • 65% Yes
    65% Complete
  • 26.6% No
    26.6% Complete
  • 8.4% Neutral
    8.4% Complete
1691 votes
15 days ago

Coffee and Cards

Karen from Puhoi

Monday 12th April 9.30am
at Kings Plant Barn Cafe
Cnr Hibiscus Coast Highway and East Coast Road, Silverdale, Auckland Cost $20
Come and join us for a fun card classes at the
Kings Plant Barn cafe
You will get to make two cards with step by step instructions.
It is amazing to receive Handmade … View more
Monday 12th April 9.30am
at Kings Plant Barn Cafe
Cnr Hibiscus Coast Highway and East Coast Road, Silverdale, Auckland Cost $20
Come and join us for a fun card classes at the
Kings Plant Barn cafe
You will get to make two cards with step by step instructions.
It is amazing to receive Handmade Cards and so much fun to make.
Class size is limited so please rsvp to make sure of your place. Or contact me on
mail@karenhadler.com
with any questions.
Karen
www.karenhadler.com...

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16 days ago

Tsunami siren test on Sunday 4 April

The Team from Auckland Council

Today at noon (Sunday 4 April) Auckland Emergency Management will be testing the tsunami siren network across the Auckland region. This is a test we do twice a year with the change of day light saving which allows us to check that the sirens are working as they should. During the test, the sirens … View moreToday at noon (Sunday 4 April) Auckland Emergency Management will be testing the tsunami siren network across the Auckland region. This is a test we do twice a year with the change of day light saving which allows us to check that the sirens are working as they should. During the test, the sirens may sound a number of times for a maximum of 10 minutes, you are not required to do anything.
We will only be testing the siren network and not the other alerting systems.

You can find out more info about our siren testing and the locations of the tsunami sirens here: bit.ly...

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16 days ago

Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki (AAF) - April 2021

Auckland Arts Festival

We continue into April with a final grouping of five exciting shows Tuesday 6th–Sunday 11th!

First up, The Haka Party Incident presented with Auckland Theatre Company is a provocative, resonant, and unforgettable show. On this week from Tuesday 6 –Saturday 10 April.

Next, … View more
We continue into April with a final grouping of five exciting shows Tuesday 6th–Sunday 11th!

First up, The Haka Party Incident presented with Auckland Theatre Company is a provocative, resonant, and unforgettable show. On this week from Tuesday 6 –Saturday 10 April.

Next, Reb Fountain & The Black Quartet: The Boy Next Door will blow you away with an evening paying homage to the work of the inimitable Nick Cave at Auckland Town Hall on Wednesday 7 April.

Subtle Dances, the premiere work from BalletCollective Aotearoa with NZTrio debuts on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 April at the Bruce Mason Centre.

If you’d like to do some dancing yourself, the New Moon Folk Ball will provide that opportunity on Friday 9 April, led by the iconic Michael Parmenter.

And on Sunday 11 April, join Sistema Aotearoa in celebrating their 10th birthday at Tekau! with a free performance featuring 250 young musicians across a 100-piece string orchestra and choir of 150.

Don’t miss out on your final chance to enjoy AAF in 2021!
Find out more

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16 days ago

Become a Victim Support volunteer

Victim Support

Riki became a Victim Support volunteer when he went looking for a chance to help people in the community alongside his busy corporate career. Now Riki does a shift each week as a Volunteer Support Worker on the North Shore.

“I read a story about Victim Support and the role they played in the … View more
Riki became a Victim Support volunteer when he went looking for a chance to help people in the community alongside his busy corporate career. Now Riki does a shift each week as a Volunteer Support Worker on the North Shore.

“I read a story about Victim Support and the role they played in the community, and instantly felt a connection to the work they do,” says Riki. “I saw an opportunity to make a difference and not be measured in Key Performance Indicators."

"Victim Support Workers attend incidents or provide support after events that are life changing for the people, whānau, and witnesses involved… I feel honoured that I'm able to help Victim Support to make a difference to people in need."

Since joining in 2018, Riki has helped hundreds of victims to find safety, healing, and justice. Follow the link to hear Riki’s story and learn how you too can support those in need as a volunteer with Victim Support.
Find out more

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