Suddenly you can't move in Auckland for massive billboards plastered with wannabe politicians and their not-so-catchy slogans.
Lots are bad, but some are worse - so we've compiled an unscientific and non-exhaustive ranking.
Have you seen any particularly good (or bad) billboards? Let us know in the comments (add NFP if you don't want it published).
Please 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 is starting tomorrow. Hurry and join before the spots fill up
We have our sessions through out the year come rain come shine please see our attached schedule
Those who have attended our class in the past can you please post your comments/recommend us
Here are some samples of our exercise
AMI are spreading some kindness by giving away 58 double passes to the pre-screening of Ride Like A Girl on Wed 16th October at Event Broadway Newmarket. If you want to be in the draw to win, click the learn more button below! Ts and Cs apply.
Check out the movie trailer here https://www.ridelikeagirlmovie.com.au/videos/
Journey through our special exhibition Voyage to Aotearoa: Tupaia and the Endeavour at Auckland Museum.
You and your family can experience life as it was 250 years ago in our action-packed exhibition. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the world of Tupaia, the Tahitian navigator, high priest and artist, as he journeys on the Endeavour to Aotearoa New Zealand.
With three parts to this exhibition, each with family-friendly interactive activities, we feature the little-known story of Tupaia and the significant role he played in James Cook’s first voyage. Experience life as a sailor, navigate your vessel across the ocean, watch Tupaia’s paintings come to life, and more.
On now and free for Aucklanders.
Hurry, exhibition only on for a limited time.