47 days ago

SuperSeniors Newsletter October 2019

The Team from Office for Seniors

Hi Neighbours!

The October edition of the SuperSeniors newsletter is out now! It's filled with useful information including the details of the new SuperGold Card app and upgraded website.

In this issue we find out about being Cyber Smart and International Day of Older Persons.

We also talked to the MenzShed about it's significance within communities across the country.

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More messages from your neighbours
6 hours ago

You're invited to our open day!

AGE School

AGE School is a boutique urban school in Takapuna, designed for children who thrive in smaller class sizes.

We are reimagining education to be a place where wellbeing and knowing ourselves comes first. With much of our time spent outside the school within our community and natural environment, our passion for real-world learning is a very real part of student life too .

You are warmly invited to our Open Day:
● Thursday 21st November, 9:30 - 10:30am
● 9 Huron Street, Takapuna
Contact us

6 hours ago

WIN a VIP Experience at the Night Noodle Markets

Grace Scown from Night Noodle Markets

Set to take over Victoria Park for 10 nights, this now iconic pop-up Asian dining extravaganza packs in the dog-friendly family fun from Friday 29 November to Sunday 8th December.

The free event runs daily with live entertainment and a licenced bar from 4pm - 10pm, with doors shutting at 9pm on closing night.

To go in the draw to win the VIP date night experience on Monday 2nd December click the button below to enter your details

Entries close Saturday 30th November 2019.
Be into win!

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7 hours ago

first action of DIY Bird First Aid

Chris from Mairangi Bay

as action of DIY Bird First Aid "C-san" of Murrays Bay has been tending to a blind baby bird found on her driveway.

she has been giving it water from a pipette fashioned out of a straw, and has noticed an adult bird nearby feeding it.



she heard a terrible racket last night and went outside to find the adult bird standing in front of the cardboard box with the baby bird, screaming at a cat looking for a midnight snack.



this prompted her to want a more robust and cat-proof structure to house the bird during the night (as it is "not wanted" inside)...



she went to the local big-box hardware store to get a letterbox to do the job but contacted me when she found the cheapest "crap" letterbox to be $ND70.



she dug through our resource centre and found a small cage (for free, from MPHS Tipping Point) wood roof (from a discarded art crate), and some coffee sacks (from JDEcoffee factory in East Tamaki). she added a bell from her "craft supplies" at home, as she noticed that the bird is unsettled unless there is a chime now and again.