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The latest edition of SuperSeniors is out now!
In this issue, we profile one of the unsung heroes of the Elder Abuse Response Service (EARS) and learn more about the help the service offers.
We also chat with Dr Doug Wilson, 2021 Senior New Zealander of the Year Te Mātāpuputu o te Tau, and Andrea Gaskin, Director and Founder of charity organisation Connect the Dots, about how she’s making the art scene in Auckland accessible to seniors.
There’s advice on how to eat healthy, how to get tech savvy, and updated laws for renters and landlords.
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The family is having a garage sale
Unit 6 - 149 Highsted Road in Bishopdale
Starts 7:30am on 27 June
Includes: furniture, household effects, clothing, kitchenware, garden equipment, horse gear, jewellery, etc.
Worth a look-see .. mother has gone into a rest home.
The tram ride to New Brighton was an institution in Christchurch for many decades.
Passengers rattled along the rails to Saturday shopping and summer picnics on the beach.
This changed in October, 1952. Out went trams, in came buses.
Christchurch mayor Robert Macfarlane drove the last rumbling old tram, festooned with banners and bunting. It towed a double-decker trailer, from the top of which the Caledonian Pipe Band played a lament.
In its wake came three of the Christchurch Transport Board's new AEC diesel buses. The band later piped the buses into New Brighton.