238 days ago

TBRI® Mantra

Mark Allan from Immerse Charitable Trust

“A lot of ‘seeing the need’ is understanding the impact of trauma on kids. Having compassion and understanding helps us to see the need. Seeing the need is changing your frame of reference so you realize that these aberrant behaviors are survival strategies rather than willful disobedience. If you look at your child’s behavior through the lens of his history, his actions make perfect sense. Understanding attachment and any deficits in early development also helps us to see the need behind behavior.” – Dr. David Cross

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2 hours ago

A garden project with a difference

The Team from Resene ColorShop Silverdale

Add colour to any garden setting with a planter that boasts movement and extra visual interest.

Make the most of this weekend with this step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this project yourself.

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15 hours ago

GARAGE SALE - Sunday 8th December (8am - 11am).

Shelley from Silverdale

155 Colonial Drive, Silverdale.

We need to empty our garage and have a number of items that may be handy to others. Ikea wooden shelving units (good for garage storage kids rooms etc), preserving jars (3 boxes new), children's body boards, bike buggy, rollerblades and skateboards, children's books, toys, shoes and good quality clothing, clothes airers, DVD's, CD's, printer/scanner, anti fatigue mat, cork notice boards, etc! Also Orewa College Uniform (boys year 9/10 and girls year 7).

8 hours ago

Lovers of Ancient Greek history and classics, put this date in your diary!

The Team from Auckland Museum

We're very excited to announce we are bringing the major international exhibition Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes exclusively to Auckland next July, from the British Museum. This is the first time these ancient relics, including one of the seven wonders of the world, have travelled to New Zealand.

Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes open: Friday 3 July to Sunday 18 October 2020. In partnership with the National Museum of Australia in Canberra and the Western Australian Museum and with support from ATEED.

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