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Experience the ancient energetic healing tradition of Wisdom Healing (Zhineng) Qigong. Classes begin this Thursday 9-10am, Scout Den, Allenby Ave. Contact Shaarina at firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
I have had an amazing two weeks at The Chi Center Retreat in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I am so thrilled to let you all know that I am now the first certified Wisdom Healing (Zhineng) Qigong Instructor and...
110 year old and still raising money! we would love your help with donations to help us raise money to keep our services running, Items can be dropped off to Devonport Plunket rooms on Wednesday or PM me, - Thank again to our wonderful Devonport community who help to support us 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Celebration / Novelty cakes;
Hi All, would like to offer my service within our local community. If anyone is in need of any celebration / novelty cakes / cupcakes. Please feel free to drop me a message or ask any questions. I don't have a fixed price list, I'll work to your budget. I'm willing to help at late notice and for any charity needing that something special for anyone in need. ... See MoreSee Less
To the geezer who thought it would be funny to steal a bike by removing its front wheel:
1. It actually was pretty funny to see just a wheel and helmet chained to the bike stand at Takapuna Grammar School 😂.
2. I have been biking to TGS for five years now and never had a problem before, nor have others I believe. This, unfortunately, makes it likely to be an attendee of the 90th reunion. This is particularly dissapointing as I have given up the entire Labour weekend to look after the reunion attendees. Sorry to the attendees not involved, or if it was not attendee at all - those of you who I have met have been extremely lovely 😊.
3. A friend of mine apparently saw the rest of the bike down by the car park at the end of the Winscome St entrance this morning (Saturday the 21st of October). If anyone picked this up thinking it was rubbish, or knows anyone who might have done so, please comment on this post or message me. The bike has a matte black frame with a bit of grey on it - other smaller distinguishing features available if you think you might have seen it.
I also would not mind if it were to miraculously reappear at the bike rack - no questions will be asked.
Any help will be greatly appreciated; it's quite difficult to get to school from where I live without a bike.
Thanks for your help everyone 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Charity fund raising event: Our home at 7 Church St is one of ten in Devonport Rotary Charitable Trust Fine Homes Tour this Friday, Oct 27. Tickets to see these beautiful Devonport Homes are available from local real estate agents including Bayleys. Contact Lynda Betts ... See MoreSee Less
So this is the result of teenagers kicking in our fence and gate last night off Old Lake Rd, Narrow Neck @10.30pm.. no respect and shame on you.. pity you ran away scared, because I sure would’ve had a few words to say 😡 ... See MoreSee Less
I took my kids to the Devonport skatepark this morning. We were gutted to find it absolutely covered in smashed bottles. I picked up quite a lot but then just wanted to get the kids out of there. Just a heads up in case you were planning to go. 😡 ... See MoreSee Less
A number of months ago I posted about my 6-year-old son nearly getting run over by a driver that didn't stop at the Lake Road traffic lights just before Mt Albert Roundabout. Well, believe it or not, it happened again today, around midday on Bank Holiday Monday. Since the previous incident, I always make sure my son stops and waits for cars to slow down to almost a stop even if the GREEN MAN is flashing to cross. Today, we waited and my fear was confirmed yet again with a driver continuing through a red light whilst seeing us clearly standing there to cross. This car was a small black car with one person driving. What can I say? PLEASE, PLEASE STOP at the traffic lights when they indicate RED. Again, my 6-year-old was all ready to cross on the flashing green man. Think about those who are blind who depend on the crossing sound and don't have the ability to see your car. Think about young, impulsive children who can forget about the advice given in a moment's notice. Chris Darby how can we make this safer for our community? ... See MoreSee Less