The Richard Rea Plumbing Family are happy to now be a part of the Pink Breakfast Campaign for 2017 !
Eight women a day are diagnosed with breast cancer in New Zealand. The team are doing all that they can in order to help raise funds for this wonderful foundation and also raising awareness within our industry, but we need your help! We will be collecting donations until the 6th of march online via pinkribbonbreakfast.co.nz...
and through cash donations which can be given to our staff on the job or in the office, anything helps.
This year the money raised from our breakfast will be used to fund vital research projects and medical grants to help improve the survivor-ship of breast cancer in New Zealand.
So keep an eye out, as we prepare for the Pink Ribbon Breakfast , Sharing the post will also enter you in the draw for next month's goodie basket competition!!!
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Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced details of the draft law to legalise cannabis use.
Personal possession of 14 grams of cannabis, the sale of cannabis edibles, and growing up to four cannabis plants per household, are all included in the bill, which the public will be asked to vote "yes or no" at the 2020 general election.
Read more on the draft bill here and tell us what you think in the comments below. Will you vote yes or no, or are you yet to make up your mind?
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