55 days ago

Vaccinations

David from Glen Eden

People protesting against vaccinations could do well to study the history of them. Since mid 18th century several dozen major diseases have been successfully treated and some eliminated. Vaccinations are extremely successful and serious problems are very rare. Mild unwanted effects, if any, very quickly disappear. The recent measles outbreak is an example of what can happen when vaccinations fall behind or are refused. Yes, dozens of dead children! Refusing to be vaccinated without a very valid reason seems to me quite selfish and refusal does not warrant support.

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5 hours ago

What's On: Heritage Talk - Pollen Island

Rex from Te Atatu Peninsula

Local Historian Lisa Truttman will be looking into the history of Motumānawa, aka Pollen Island. This is a part of the Whau Heritage Stories taking place across our local board.
Heritage Talk - Pollen Island
  • Avondale Library
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5 hours ago

What's On: Tuesday Evening Housie (All Welcome)

Darren from Titirangi

Pop into the club on Tuesday evenings for a social evening of housie. You don't need to be a member to come along & enjoy the fun!
Tuesday Evening Housie (All Welcome)
  • Glen Eden Bowling Club
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5 hours ago

What's On: Tuesday Evening Housie (all welcome)

Darren from Titirangi

Pop into the club on Tuesday after work for a social evening of housie. You don't need to be a member to come along & enjoy the fun.
Tuesday Evening Housie (all welcome)
  • Glen Eden Bowling Club