134 days ago

Free fitness in Auckland Domain...

Sarah Moore from Froot Camp

If getting fit is on your 2022 'to do' list, join Froot Camp!

Froot Camp is a completely free bootcamp running in Auckland Domain - a great bunch of people who love to have a laugh while they sweat. We train three times a week and every session is different (so you'll never get bored).

Here's what you need to know:
- it's FREE! (Froot Camp = Free Bootcamp!)
- we train at 6pm on Tuesday and Thursday and 9am Saturday
- we meet at the back of the Museum
- all fitness levels are welcome
- all you need to bring is a good attitude and your water bottle

Questions? Ask below!

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38 minutes ago

Uplands Kindergarten

Head Teacher from Uplands Kindergarten

We are very proud of the tradition of our 4-year-old programme at Uplands Kindergarten. This has been part of our DNA for many, many years. Our local school new entrant teachers really appreciate the abilities and skills Uplands alumni bring to their classrooms. Pop in any time to visit us. We welcome children from 2-5 years of age.

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1 hour ago

What's On: APO Friends Meet The Artist

Bryce from Auckland Central

A recital from "Strings on the Streets", a quartet of University of Auckland Performance students, chosen as APO "Aspiring Musicians"; followed by a discussion and demonstration with Richard Panting, Luthier.
APO Friends Meet The Artist
  • Ellerslie War Memorial Community Centre
4 days ago

Poll: Do you support the idea of sustainable gifting?

Lexi from Newmarket

Hi I'm a yr12 Epsom Girls Grammar student conducting a brief poll to find out whether there is support for adapting a sustainable approach over conventional gifting practices.

Sustainable gifting is choosing multi-purpose and/or eco-friendly products and recyclable packaging rather than random, impulsive products that may be thrown away later and single use packaging such as wrapping paper and non-recyclable cellophane/plastic.

Some of our local retailers are already making their input into sustainable products. These include however are not limited to: Kathmandu, Macpac, The Body Shop, Organic/Bulk stores such as Huckleberry etc. These products are sometimes labeled as recycled, traceable, organic or compostable.

This is a part of my Environmental Studies internal project and I would really appreciate if you took a minute of your time to answer 1 question.

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Do you support the idea of sustainable gifting?
  • 78.6% Yes, I'm all for it!
    78.6% Complete
  • 9.7% I'd consider it, but it wouldn't be my first choice
    9.7% Complete
  • 11.7% Not really
    11.7% Complete
103 votes