8am Saturday January 22, Pukekohe Anglican Church.
Household items, furniture, toys, Op Shop. Cnr Queen St & Wesley St, Pukekohe. Please wear masks and sign in as required under Covid rules. HEAPS OF BARGAINS!
Ben sleeps on a mouldy mattress on the floor. 1 in 10 Kiwi kids in our poorest communities don’t have their own bed, which puts them at risk from life-threatening illnesses like rheumatic fever.
During winter, a bed is a sanctuary from the cold – and diseases that come with it. A bed for Ben, and tamariki like him, would mean a warm and good night's sleep so they can stay healthy and concentrate at school.
With your support, we aim to provide 1,100 children with beds and warm bedding. Donate today to provide beds and bedding for Kiwi kids.
French teen Eloi Rolland, who has been missing in Auckland since March 2020, told his family he wanted to bring them to New Zealand.
More than two years after his disappearance, his parents Thierry and Catherine Rolland have finally arrived from France.
They do not know what happened to their son, and they’re desperate for answers.
“We don’t know what’s happened,” Catherine said. “We realise he is perhaps in another place.”
But the couple remain hopeful that Eloi is alive and well and said they would always be there for him.
Click 'read more' for the full story on Stuff.
Generator Programme. Where enterprising Kiwis in hardship, seize their opportunities and bring their ideas to life, sparking fruitful innovation in our communities.
Come to hear Tammy Potini, as the National Community Lead for the Generator programme introduces a couple of Generites who dreamt, planned and now succeeding. thegenerator.org.nz...
Ko te mutanga oranga, he timatatanga kaha! Winning starts with beginning!
Visitors/guests are welcome to attend
Time: 6.30 for 7pm
Venue: Pukekohe Cosmopolitan Club, Nelson St, Pukekohe.
Cost: $30 Contact: email@example.com to obtain bank account details by 8pm Sunday 22nd May .