735 days ago

Craft, Home & Garden Bazaar, Saturday April 7, Woodworkers Hall Storey Ave, 9.00am-1.30pm

Sue (Susan) Middleton from Music Moves Me Trust

This craft bazaar is in support of the Music Moves Me Trust, a charity that
provides Music Therapy for people
living with Dementia
Our stall is stocked with Knitting, Sewing, Garden Plants
, Garden Art, other crafts. It includes baby clothes,
bags, colourful aprons, cotton dishcloths
, produce bags, preserves and jam baking.
Ph 02108187218 to donate goods


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Centre for Civil Defence response in northern Waikato

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

Northern Waikato now has an emergency centre to help with wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hamilton City Council and Waikato District Council joined forces to operate a North Waikato Combined Emergency Operations Centre.

Staffers are already helping with community welfare needs, identifying at-risk people, and working with government agencies and local support agencies, a statement said.

"The creation of these combined centres is one way we can fine-tune our response to ensure that most resources can be directed to those who are vulnerable and in need, as efficiently as possible," said Merv Balloch, one of four shift controllers.

"Between the two councils we are sharing operations, logistics, communication, intelligence and planning functions, as well as setting up separate welfare teams for each Council area ... There's a lot to be done, but the combined approach is another step on the way to getting through this difficult time."

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Have you been able to find flour?

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

You'll probably have seen some empty flour shelves at local supermarkets recently.

But the problem isn't flour production, reporter Kirsty Lawrence found out, when she spoke to producers. Read more here.

What are you making during the lockdown?