Hi, Kind lady Donna in Te Puke is caring for Ginger mother cat & kitten after renters moved & left them to starve. Donna has them in her in garage they healthy now & she made a makeshift wire crawl tunnel to go outside. Does anyone have FREE some thing more suitable like a bird Avery ,large dog run -they can sit & stand ,run, jump play in during the day in the summer .She lives in Te puke & not physically able to travel to get anything she has a scooter. Text or call Valerie (0 22-360 4857 Love to help her & the cats.
Hi, as a superannuation person who will struggle to fill any of the bins we will be provided with, and i will also not find it easy to pay the extra cost, i suggest those who are interested to join me in sitting on a deck chair with a sign that reads "Help me pay my rates please, any donation will be gratefully accepted". We could sit outside various places and see what we can get. We can then share it amongst those of us who will need it. If anyone is interested, can you pm me please.
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Three of New Zealand's most celebrated actors take centre stage in Auckland Theatre Company’s season of Two Ladies at Baycourt Community & Arts Centre from March 12-13.
Two Ladies catapults two dynamic women into a high-tension global crisis. While their husbands, the Presidents of the United States of America and France, cross diplomatic swords, the real fireworks are down the hall, where bloodied Sophia and world-weary Hélène are trapped together, distrustful of their husbands and each other.
Starring 2020 New Zealander of the Year Jennifer Ward-Lealand (The Seagull), Anna Jullienne (Mean Mums) and Rena Owen (Once Were Warriors).