50 days ago

Rainfinity: Showering Inspired by Nature

Hansgrohe

Renovating or upgrading your bathroom? Imagine being cocooned from head to toe in ultra-soft micro-droplets in your shower-all-round indulgence like you’ve never experienced before.

Enjoy a thoroughly sensuous pamper session with Rainfinity design showers. This sensation is created through PowderRain, a spray type that produces thousands of gentle and silky micro-fine droplets to surround your whole body in an ultra-quiet immersive shower experience; inspired by nature’s warm and misty rains.

Remarkable shower design combined with deep relaxation come together in Hansgrohe’s Rainfinity shower range for demanding wellness and design lovers.

Find out more at rainfinity.co.nz
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15 hours ago

House Burgled & Car Stolen

Charlotte from Christchurch Central

Help someone or maybe more than one person broke into my house last night about 12pm while I was sleeping. I discovered it about 12.45 after going to bathroom. Horrible feeling. Can everyone please keep an eye out for silver Hyundai Santa Fe 2004 reg BTT405. Thanks. Oh and if anyone has a car I could use for a couple of weeks for work that would be amazing. Happy to contribute something.

9 hours ago

Diners at Christchurch eatery Madam Woo potentially exposed to Hepatitis A

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Health authorities are searching for about 40 diners who may have been exposed to Hepatitis A at Madam Woo in Christchurch.

The local community and public health team wants to hear from anyone who dined at the St Asaph St restaurant on January 15 and 17.

People who ate food from the restaurant – either dine-in or takeaway (including through a food delivery service) – should call the public health team as soon as possible on 03 364 1777 and ask to speak to a health protection officer.

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1 day ago

Coronavirus cases highly likely to arrive in NZ , health officials say as they seek extra quarantine powers

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

There is a high chance that the deadly coronavirus will make it to New Zealand, health officials say, but that doesn't mean you should panic.

Director-General of Health Dr Ashley BloomfieldBloomfield said cases in New Zealand of the new outbreak, which has killed 56 people and infected thousands overseas, were likely.

Hospitals ICU units were already stepping up in preparation for the possibility of severely ill people with the virus. This was because while the virus was unlikely to kill anyone in New Zealand, figures out of China show about one-in-five people who were infected became severely ill.

Read more about coronavirus and New Zealand's response here

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