52 days ago

A Personal Note - What Personal Growth Can Do For YOU

Alister from Dream Big New Zealand

😍 We love our business & founding partner company for it's authenticity, openness & willingness to push into uncomfortable territory so we can all grow into better versions of ourselves.

💟 Recently appointed Corporate Branding & Communications person Kirsty Goldsworthy shares with us the heartfelt breakthroughs flowing up to Rach, Shane & Greg from Influence Live 2021 attendees. We feel very privileged & grateful to hear the growth & wins our community are experiencing.

🆙 We share this with you (with Ebony's consent of course) so you can get a feel for what our Personal Development Live Events are capable of awakening. Often Business Associates notice their businesses start popping at a new level from the raise in vibration often experienced - www.DreamBigNewZealand.co.nz... 🌈

From Kirsty Goldsworthy ~ Prosperity Of Life Branding & Corporate Communications:
🎉 Influence Live 2021 is a WRAP! I can't wait to share with you a huge list of thank you notes that have been sent up but this one is at the top of my emails! It's from Ebony in NSW who was an Influence "first timer"...

"Well my first ever Influence Live Virtual Event has come to an end and boy it did not disappoint.
From the get go it was high energy, engaging and fun (the best environment to learn) I had moments where I couldn’t stop laughing and my cheeks were still hurting the next day from smiling.

The content that Shane delivered was next level and the shares and gratitude from the whole community was truly inspiring.

I have had some really amazing personal breakthroughs. Many times the light bulb was switched on and I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to not only understand myself better but also those around me, from my little kids to my husband and just anyone really that I will have the pleasure of connecting with in the future.

I’m excited to keep implementing what I have learned into the future.

Much love, gratitude and thanks."

Thank you Ebony!
We've had a great time facilitating this Virtual Event & can't wait to see your continued progress over the coming months...

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7 hours ago

Not one, not two, but potentially three 'destination' children's playgrounds for Dunedin

Nicole Reporter from Dunedin News

A trio of “destination” children's playgrounds similar to Christchurch’s Margaret Mahy playground could be built in Dunedin.

The Dunedin City Council will meet next week – via audiovisual link – to debate options as part of its draft plan as it tries to keep a 6.5 per cent rate rise for 2022-23.

In May last year the council decided to support, in principle, the development of a new destination children’s playground.

A consultant was commissioned to assess Dunedin’s current play spaces – defined as having playground amenities and supporting infrastructure – and to provide examples of other relevant New Zealand destination play spaces.

Marlow Park, Woodhaugh Gardens and Mosgiel Memorial Gardens were identified as the parks that best fitted the definition of a destination play space, but all had some deficiencies.

Marlow Park, more commonly known as “the Dinosaur Park”, was considered old and outdated compared to modern standards, while lacking equipment for older children.


Woodhaugh Gardens had a lack of all-weather surfaces, while Mosgiel Memorial Park had an inefficient use of space.

A new destination would require a larger financial investment, and that was not recommended.

The report noted that Christchurch’s Margaret Mahy play space was completed in 2015 at a cost of $4 million, while Auckland’s Kopupaka play space, which opened last year, cost $6m.

The council were presented with three options, including either using a new greenfields site, making one destination playground, or investing in all three current destination play spaces.

That last option would result in each major city catchment area receiving investment in a destination play space.

The council’s current 10-year plan includes budgets for minor renewal and upgrade work at each of the three destination play spaces.

Maidstone Max is being touted as a regional attraction for Upper Hutt following its rebuild, that includes accessible features so it can be enjoyed by wheelchair users.

But to raise the quality of the facilities to an appropriate standard, the report estimated a capital investment of $4m to $6m spread across the three destination play spaces would be required.

The council will also discuss funding options for kerbside recycling after it previously resolved to adopt targeted rates funding for collection bins, plus an opt-in garden waste bin funded via fees and charges.

That led to a report outlining options for a flat and progressive targeted rate for kerbside collection.

The report noted that Dunedin’s proposed kerbside collection plan was similar to that of Auckland, which limited the volume available for general waste while increasing access to diversion services.

A key component to that plan would be “pay as you throw” technology, effectively meaning residents would only pay for bin collections when needed and incentivised the reduction of household waste.

No options were presented to the council.

13 hours ago

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22 hours ago

Summer sandal clearance

The Team from Red Cross Shop Dunedin

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