Avondale, Auckland

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10 days ago

What's On: Pisces Road Playgroup

Farhana from Glen Eden

Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9.15am - 11.30am First session free then $2 p/session p/family We are a local group who meet so our children can interact and socialise. Everyone Welcome! piscesplaygroup@glenedencommunityhouse.co.nz
Pisces Road Playgroup
  • Glen Eden Community House
12 days ago

McDonald's to give away 50,000 cheeseburgers tomorrow

Brian from New Lynn

On Tuesday from 9am, the deal will be available for customers at all participating restaurants around the country until 50,000 burgers are handed over. McDonald's NZ Director of Marketing Jo Mitchell says they wanted to give back to their loyal customers. "We're all about sharing the… View moreOn Tuesday from 9am, the deal will be available for customers at all participating restaurants around the country until 50,000 burgers are handed over. McDonald's NZ Director of Marketing Jo Mitchell says they wanted to give back to their loyal customers. "We're all about sharing the love here at McDonald's New Zealand and know that Kiwis love the legendary cheeseburger," she said. "So we thought we'd give people what they want to satisfy those cravings." The free cheeseburger is only available to those who have downloaded the McDonald's app and sign in to claim the deal. The deal lasts until midnight tomorrow. A spokesperson for McDonald's told more than 600,000 Kiwis have downloaded the app. The move comes just days after fuel company BP gave away free petrol for an hour.
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10 days ago

What's On: First Aid for Workplace Comprehensive

Farhana from Glen Eden

Saturday 24th August – 8.30am to 5.30pm The minimum qualification recommended by Work Safe NZ. NZQA units: 26551 & 26552. Course Fee $125   *Enrolment is essential   e: admin@glenedencommunityhouse.co.nz
First Aid for Workplace Comprehensive
  • Glen Eden Community House
14 days ago

Auckland Grammar student James Hunt takes school to court after stand-down for long hair

Brian from New Lynn

James Hunt, who is in Year 9, was stood down for a day last week after refusing to cut his hair. The school's rules state that students' hair must not touch the collar. James last cut his hair in January to allow him to begin school. The 13-year-old wore his hair long in memory of his … View moreJames Hunt, who is in Year 9, was stood down for a day last week after refusing to cut his hair. The school's rules state that students' hair must not touch the collar. James last cut his hair in January to allow him to begin school. The 13-year-old wore his hair long in memory of his grandfather Paul Hunt, who died a day before he was born and was once expelled from school for his long hair. James has employed lawyer Jol Bates to challenge Auckland Grammar's rule. Bates successfully defended St John's College student Lucan Battison in 2014 after the then-16 year-old was suspended for long hair. That judgement said schools need needed to consider "whether or not any hair rule would breach a student's right to autonomy, individual dignity and his rights to freedom of expression affirmed by Section 14 of the NZ Bill of Rights Act". Bates said there was "no evidence whatsoever" that James' hair length was causing a harmful or dangerous example to his fellow students. He said in the St John's College case, their rules were struck down by the judge on the basis that they were uncertain and vague.
But the judgement did not clarify whether the school rules breached students' human rights or were unlawful. He hoped that James Hunt's case would provide an opportunity to clarify this. "The judgement gave a tailwind to the idea that the rule was unlawful, but did not go that far," he said. Auckland Grammar has refused to budge on its rules. Principal Tim O'Connor said earlier this year that the rules were "regularly canvassed, reviewed and discussed with our school community, who do support our approach". James' mother Heidi Hunt once said they would not go to Auckland Grammar if he was forced to cut his hair. But the family changed plans, saying the school was the only one they were zoned for. James had always had long hair, his mother said. "It's who he is."
James said in January that he wanted to go to Auckland Grammar because it had a good cricket coach.
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10 days ago

What's On: First Aid Refresher Course

Farhana from Glen Eden

Saturday 24th August - 8.30am to 3.15pm Current certificate to be no more than 27 months. Course Fee $100 *Enrolment is essential                 or e: admin@glenedencommunityhouse.co.nz
First Aid Refresher Course
  • Glen Eden Community House
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10 days ago

What's On: Glen Eden Brownies GirlGuiding NZ

Farhana from Glen Eden

Glen Eden Brownies has spaces available for Term 3, 2019. Brownies are aged from 7-9 ½ years old. TuesdaysFor more information and to register your interest, check out https://girlguidingnz.org.nz/join-us/brownies/
Glen Eden Brownies GirlGuiding NZ
  • Glen Eden Community House
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10 days ago

What's On: Stitch & Yarn Hand Craft

Farhana from Glen Eden

Social group - help keep traditional crafts alive, share your knowledge & ideas with others while working on your own project. Gold coin donation Thursdays!
Stitch & Yarn Hand Craft
  • Glen Eden Community House
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10 days ago

What's On: Stitch & Yarn Hand Craft

Farhana from Glen Eden

Intro to Traditional Crafts - Learn basic crochet or knitting for beginners. Gold coin donation per session P: 818 2194. Weekly! Everyone Welcome
Stitch & Yarn Hand Craft
  • Glen Eden Community House
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10 days ago

What's On: Brain Gym-helps our seniors maintain

Farhana from Glen Eden

good brain function therefore feeling safer in their own home & being able to maintain their independence for longer periods of time. Sessions include fun & practical activities. $5 p/session. Fridays
Brain Gym-helps our seniors maintain
  • Glen Eden Communtiy House
12 days ago

Have fun while exercising to Bollywood Music

Baptist from Avondale

Hi All,

Come join us to a fun filled exercise to Bollywood music at a fraction of the cost. See the attached Flyer

When: Every Saturday at 9 am for one hour
Where: New Lynn Community Center, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn,
Cost : $ 5 per session or $30 for 10 sessions

Please bring a bottle of water … View more
Hi All,

Come join us to a fun filled exercise to Bollywood music at a fraction of the cost. See the attached Flyer

When: Every Saturday at 9 am for one hour
Where: New Lynn Community Center, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn,
Cost : $ 5 per session or $30 for 10 sessions

Please bring a bottle of water and a towel

First session absolutely free. Please come and give us a try and I guarantee that you will want more of it. Bring along friends and family. Hope to see you there

If you need more information please contact any one of us on the flyer.

New Season has begun. We still have empty spots for those who are interested

Those who have attended our class in the past can you please post your comments/recommend us

Here are some samples of our exercise

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10 days ago

What's On: Learner’s Licence Course 6 sessions

Farhana from Glen Eden

over 3 weeks on Tuesdays & Wednesdays. Take the first steps to becoming a fully licensed driver. Course Fee $50 *Enrolment is a must!  P: 818 2194 or e: admin@glenedencommunityhouse.co.nz
Learner’s Licence Course 6 sessions
  • Glen Eden Community House
10 days ago

Westgate welcomed a new childcare centre!

Eduplay Childcare

A family-owned and operated childcare centre is a welcome addition to the growing area. Set apart from other centres by the unique philosophy of ‘one child at a time’, Eduplay Childcare in Westgate believe that children all grow and develop in their own unique way. This means the entire centre … View moreA family-owned and operated childcare centre is a welcome addition to the growing area. Set apart from other centres by the unique philosophy of ‘one child at a time’, Eduplay Childcare in Westgate believe that children all grow and develop in their own unique way. This means the entire centre is focused on the individual child’s development to ensure they progress from room to room and a more stimulating environment when they are ready and not only according to their age.

An important point of difference is that Eduplay is a sugar-free centre serving wholesome, nutritious, meals for children enrolled in their all-day programme. Centre founder, Tupa’i Apa says “our goal is to provide an eating environment that promotes the development of good eating habits and supports family and multicultural values”.

Eduplay Westgate is a large centre that feels small. This is mainly due to the fact the five age-appropriate rooms all have their own separate playgrounds. Head Teacher, Sarah Keown, says, “age-appropriate playgrounds and rooms are essential in large centres, and keeping them separate from each other ensures that our teachers can monitor the experiences they set up to ensure the safest possible environment.” Eduplay Westgate also has its own car park which makes drop off and pick up easy and stress-free.

We're currently enrolling so pop in and have a look around before we fill up.
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