More messages from your neighbours
6 hours ago

Change your life – study massage therapy!

NZ College of Massage

Massage therapy is a rapidly growing industry, offering you the freedom to be your own boss while you improve the health and wellness of others.

If you’re looking for flexibility, ditch the dull 9-5 and study Massage Therapy with the New Zealand College of Massage.

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22 hours ago

One man's special volunteer job at Auckland Airport

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Meet the man who has considered Auckland Airport his second home for over 20 years.

Twice a week, 86-year-old Les Featherstone takes a taxi to the International Terminal where he volunteers for four-and-a-half hours as an airport ambassador, or Bluecoat.

Twenty-four years is a long time to hold down one job, especially as a volunteer, but Featherstone says signing up was the best thing he's ever done.

In recent times, the airport has taken on a new meaning for him following the death of his wife last month.

Do you plan to volunteer once you retire? What would be your dream role?

To read more, click here.

8 hours ago

Mauri o te Kauri Film Screening Saturday 27 July 2019

Vanessa from Titirangi

TWO SCREENINGS 5.30pm & 8.00 pm

Kauri are one of the largest and oldest living organisms on earth and they may vanish forever with the onset of the Dieback disease. The last of our greatest natural treasures are rapidly disappearing. Te Mauri o te Kauri ‘The Life-force of the Kauri’ is an exploration of Kauri ecology and the role this giant tree plays in forest ecosystems. The film explores natural history and cultural perceptions, expressing the life-force of this magnificent tree so that people can understand it better and see the forest in a different way.

Weaving stories from Māori and Pakeha Scientists, mingling the concepts of cultures to show how they complement each other and shape our understanding of the environment, this film takes us on a journey through the Kauri lifecycle and exposes the imminent threat from the rampant disease that is wiping out the last remaining forest giants.

Produced and Directed by: James Muir

Cinematography and Editing by: James Muir

Narrated by: Jennifer Ward-Lealand

Motion Graphics: Donald Ferns, Karsten Schneider

Featuring music by: Rhian Sheehan, Trinity Roots, Tomas Iglesias, Sam Charrington

5.30 pm
8.30 pm