52 days ago

What should we learn from 107 days of Covid-19 lockdown?

Todd Niall Reporter from Community News

Kia ora neighbours, Who isn't keen to put 107 days of Covid-19 Alert Level 3 and 4 behind us? But there are some important lessons to remember as we move on. Read the story below?

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13 hours ago

Storage available - Totara Vale

Karen from Totara Vale

Single garage, clean and dry. CCTV, someone on site 24/7 and a resident dog! 027 203 2533.

1 day ago

A Wickedly Wonderful Return to Oz

North Shore Music Theatre

WICKED the Musical flies into Auckland’s SkyCity Theatre in February for a strictly limited season of unmissable musical theatre magic! North Shore Music Theatre are excited to share this ‘swankified’ production with Auckland audiences, with a 40-strong cast of local talent taking you on a bewitching journey back to the magical land of Oz - home of the yellow brick road, munchkins, and the Wicked Witch of the West.

The show is presented by North Shore Music Theatre, who are at the heart of community theatre on the North Shore. The talented team are passionate about providing outstanding entertainment, including substantial high quality productions, performed by local talent. After lockdowns dashed plans to stage the show in 2020, and again in 20201, North Shore Music Theatre are positively charmed to have the chance to bring this world-class production to Auckland, and to be able to provide their community with the opportunity to experience the magic of WICKED.

North Shore Music Theatre presents The Barfoot & Thompson Season of WICKED the Musical
4-26 February, 2022 at SkyCity Theatre,
Cnr Hobson Street & Wellesley Street West, Auckland Central
Shows: 7:30 PM Wednesday - Saturday, as well as 1 PM Saturday & 4 PM Sunday matinées. Tickets: $39 - $79, selling quickly at iticket.co.nz, or call 0508 ITICKET. Learn more about the production at www.wickedauckland.co.nz
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1 day ago

Keyboard to borrow

Katie from Takapuna

Kia ora neighbours!
I really want to get back in to playing the piano. I grew up learning to play until I was a teenager, then I stopped because a progressive vision impairment meant seeing the sheet music became impossible. I got sad and frustrated (as teenagers do) and gave it up, and I've barely touched a piano in fifteen years. Since then I've learned how to manage my vision loss and figure out work arounds, I really want to try pick it up again before the knowledge is totally gone. I am wondering if anyone might have a keyboard that isn't being used that I might can borrow for a short time (from a few weeks to a few months- anything!) so I can give it a good try to see if I can do this before buying one of my own. I will take excellent care of it. Thanks so much!