An invitation to come along to celebrate WSET (Wine & Spirit Education Trust) courses offered in New Zealand with a tasting of French wines lead by Sommelier Andrea Martinisi. This represents the growth of the wine industry in New Zealand and we are proud to be the 1st country in the world to host this event!
WSET, the largest global provider of wine qualifications, is launching the first ever global ‘Wine Education Week’ from 9 -15 September 2019. Part of WSET’s 50th anniversary campaign, Wine Education Week aims to engage with the growing population of wine consumers worldwide, encouraging them to learn more about wine.
Date: Monday, 9th September 2019
Timing: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
At: New Zealand School of Food and Wine
We also have Four WSET One hour seminars + tasting of two wines scheduled for the 10th - 11th September.
More details in the link below!
Kia ora It’s Miriam and the team from BreastScreen Auckland
BreastScreen Auckland is excited about supporting women in our community aged 45-69 have their FREE BreastScreen (breast x-ray) in their neighbourhood.
We know that being able to have your mammogram close to where you live, work and/or play means less travel and more time for you.
If you need more information, please feel free to drop in and chat to Tangi and team on the Mobile Screening unit between 8.30 – 4.30pm or visit us online at www.timetoscreen.nz.
Registering is easy, just select from one of the 5 options below which best suits you:
* Call 0800 270 200 (select 2)
* Text “Breast” to 226
* Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Ask your GP Practice Team or
Become a Neighbourly Champion by encouraging women in your life aged 45-69 to go for their FREE mammogram (Breast x-ray) every 2 years.
Come in and visit us outside the Langimalie Health Centre on 29 Hill Street, Onehunga from 25th November – 18th December or at 12 St Marks Road, Remuera.
Kia ora neighbours, thousands of people crammed into Western Springs on Sunday night for Friday Jams - which meant throngs of drunk people filling the streets afterwards, with reports of people urinating on people's property, obstructing traffic and loud and antisocial behaviour. Did you see anything? Comment below or email email@example.com
The Melbourne Cup can be seen as an excuse for people to dress to the nines and get so drunk that they often miss seeing the races.
The physical and psychological pain these horses suffer is immense, with the movement against horse racing growing as animal welfare advocates call for change. What do you think? Should horse racing be banned? Vote in the poll below.
39.7% Definitely - it’s inhumane39.7% Complete
11.7% No - it’s a bit of harmless fun11.7% Complete
6% I don’t have an opinion6% Complete
42.6% Only for those found guilty of abuse42.6% Complete