Hi neighbours! How long do you have to wait to see your doctor? One day? One week? Have you given up and headed to an accident and emergency clinic instead? How long have you had to wait there to see someone? We'd be really interested to hear your experiences.
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Our St. Heliers School Fair will be held on Sunday, 31st March 2019, 10am - 2pm and is sure to provide fun for the whole family, so save the date! :)
We are looking to collect the following items for the Fair, so if you are looking to cleanse or de-clutter your house prior to a move or just in general, your unwanted items will be most welcome.
* Clothes & hangers
* White Elephant items
* Arts and crafts items
* Ice cream containers with lids
* Plastic or terracotta planter pots
Please feel free to contact me via email message on Neighbourly, text or call if you are able to contribute in any way. Thanks in advance for your donations and contributions. We greatly appreciate your kindness and support and look forward to seeing you at our Fair.
Many thanks and kind regards,
Kim - 021 048 7171
PTA - St. Heliers School
Of course we have Wednesday Social Bowls on tonight at Kohi. Drop in for a round of lawn bowls, and a round at the bar as well.
Both informal fun bowls and Teams of 3 for Competitive Bowls 3FIVE start up at 5.45pm. Just $5.00 to play for fun bowls (no fee for Club Members) / $10 per person for Bowls3Five (fee applies to Members)
Our local takeaway shop owners, Kohi Fresh Fish & Takeaways, have returned from their well-deserved holiday and we will take dinner orders from them tonight.
Bar and takeaway orders are cash only.
More lawn bowls to come!
27 Feb - KBC 3/FIVE Series - teams of 3
27 Mar - KBC 3/FIVE Series - Teams of 3
Ōtara is in a fruit and vegetable lockdown after a facialis fruit fly was found.
It's the first time this particular fruit fly - which is native to Tonga - has been found in New Zealand, and it could be devastating to crops.
How has the fruit fly discovery affected you? Are you worried about purchasing local fruit and veges from the area? Will you still go to the Ōtara markets this weekend?
To find out how to spot the facialis fruit fly, and what to do if you see one, click here.
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