46 days ago

Family Friendly Service and Discussion - No Vaccine Pass Required.

Jeneane Hobby from Ashley Community Church Incorporated

Paul and Lesley Askin's family-friendly monthly service will be held at the Ashley Community Church from 4.30 pm, Sunday, 6 February. Masks are encouraged and 1 metre distancing should be observed between people who don't mingle day to day. Remember to scan or sign in and there is currently a limit of 30 people who can be inside the Church when the venue is operating without vaccine passes. This is determined by the size of the space. Check with Paul or Lesley if they don't already know you are coming. Contact details in the attached poster.

39 Canterbury St, Ashley. Remember go before you come as there are no toilet facilities.

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3 days ago

KN95 Protective Masks

Dianne from Rangiora

These masks are recommended by all the experts. I purchased two from our local pharmacy on Friday. Made in China.The warning on the back reads;- 1. The mask does not eliminate the risk of contracting any disease or infection. 2. Improper use may lead to illness or even death. 3. Some materials in direct contact with skin may cause allergic reactions or even anaphylaxis in sensitive individuals. 4. for adults only. Do not wash. Whaaaat?

5 hours ago

Husband for sale (and other happy things) in today's Antidote

The Team Reporter from Stuff

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Today: The story of a husband for sale on Trade Me, a skipper with a digger, kiwi chicks in the skies and many, many beers for Betty White.

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8 hours ago

Beer, wine and BBQ events fill the South's summer lineup

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

Hey neighbours,

Summer in the South Island is in full flow as upcoming events are welcomed by improving weather.

Ōtautahi Smoke, the first festival of its kind in the South Island, promises a mix of barbecue food from the best grill operators in the country, music from Kiwi favourites, and drinks. It’s the newest of a range of beer, wine and food events to look forward to in the coming months.

The South Island Wine and Food festival, North Canterbury wine and food festival, Christchurch Vegan Expo and the Great Kiwi Beer festival form a lineup of events sure to attract eager foodies, drink connoisseurs and curious punters to the Garden City.

Click 'Read more' below for the full story.

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