38 days ago

Covid-19 champions: Sleeping in a drop-in centre to make sure community is fed

Josephine Franks Reporter from Manukau Courier

Kia ora neighbours, Debbie Munroe from Waka of Caring is Stuff's Covid Champion today.
Debbie has been sleeping in the drop-in centre since lockdown started, handing out food parcels, getting people into emergency housing and being an all-round hero.
Read more about Debbie via the link below.

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2 hours ago

Peter William’s Natural Joint Secret

Koru Nutrition

Peter Williams reports a natural cream that supports his joints and helps to keep him active.

“When I get up in the morning, I want to know that my joints are healthy, flexible and ready for the day.”

“I recommend Koru FX cream by Koru Nutrition. It’s New Zealand made, natural, fast acting and long lasting. It has become NZ’s #1 fastest growing topical joint and muscle support cream and I can see why.”

“Ask for Koru Nutrition’s Koru FX cream next time you’re in the pharmacy and try it for yourself.”
Find out more

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1 day ago

Ginger tabby found on Wallace Rd

Rachel from Papatoetoe

Hiya, beautiful Papatoetoe people. ♥

It is on a sad note I inform you that someone's beautiful ginger kitty was hit tonight on Wallace Rd 😞 Description: About 1-2 years old, ginger tabby.

I didn't witness the incident, but rather I found him/her on my way home from work this evening. I picked the little darling up, and laid it on the berm (on the left side of the road, not far down from New World.)

For obvious reasons I didn't take photos; if this is your furbaby I am so, so sorry for your loss 😞 I prayed over this baby, and pray you too will find comfort in this grief and loss ♥

16 hours ago

Covid-19: Where to get tested and vaccinated in Auckland during Labour Weekend

Caroline Williams Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora neighbours. It’s still easy to get a Covid-19 test or vaccination, even over Labour Weekend.

On Friday, the Government announced the Auckland, Waitematā and Counties Manukau DHBs would need to have vaccinated 90 per cent of their eligible populations before the Auckland region can leave lockdown.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health is asking residents in New Lynn, Bayswater, Rosedale and Redvale to get tested if they are unwell, due to a concerning number of cases in those areas.

We’ve put together a list of all the vaccine and testing centres that are open for all or part of the long Labour Weekend. Click 'read more' for the list.

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