899 days ago

*Free Music Therapy Group - Northcote

Julie Walker from Hearts & Minds (formerly known as Raeburn House)

This group is facilitated by a qualified Music Therapist and is free with a GP, Counsellor or Health Professional's referral. No musical ability is required. Lift your mood and mental wellbeing through music, and connect with others in the community. Activities include singing, percussion, song writing, and listening to music. Every Wednesday 2/5 to 20/6 10.15am to midday at the Hearts & Minds Hub, Northcote. See Heartsandminds.org.nz or phone 09 441 8989 for more details.

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1 day ago

Willing to work as a volunteer in a rest home or Hospice

Karl from Northcote

Hello my lovely neighbours,

Currently I am working as a support worker and I hope to give something to society from me. So I would like to work in a rest home, elderly care centre or a Hospice as a volunteer. I can work either Fridays or Saturdays as I am working other days. If you see any opportunity out there please message me. 02041489355. Thanks.

2 hours ago

Winter Fun Preschool Play sessions starting again on Friday 25 Sept!

Promotions Coordinator from Devonport Peninsula Trust

Belmont/Bayswater Winter Fun Preschool Play sessions will resume at Alert Level 2 on Friday 25 Sept with additional health and safety precautions.

Winter Fun Preschool Play mornings held at The Rose Centre in Belmont are currently running on Friday mornings, 9:30am-11am until 30 October 2020 (including the September/October school holidays).
The free, casual attendance sessions are the perfect way to keep little ones active and socialised during the colder, wetter months. Caregiver supervision is required, and extra precaution is being taken at Covid-19 Alert Level 1 and 2. Please visit our website for more details.

14 hours ago

Coronavirus is more of a reason to sort out the stadium

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, It's easy to say things shouldn't be done because we need to focus on Covid-19 elimination, but maybe that's more of an argument to sort out the stadium plan. Read the story below.