Hi everyone, I found a fabulous website here: www.lightupchristmas.co.nz...
Scroll down to Waikato region and you will see how few people have added their properties to the christmas lights list so far.
Sure we can add to this list significantly, and would love to see many more properties sharing the joy of Christmas with others through their festive light displays and the abovementioned website.
PS: I know its early yet but thought I'd put this message up now before I forget to do it later when much busier. Maybe someone from one our local tabloids reads this and writes a bit of an editorial with the abovementioned link.
14 Carrots. 2 Pumpkins. 3 Basil plants. 8 Romain Lettuces. 1 class of problems solvers. The Electric Garden is a revolutionary learning tool mixing the art of growing food with computer programming and digital technologies.
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Time spent in respite care can range from a single night to a few weeks. It provides a welcome break and peace of mind knowing that your loved one will receive round-the-clock care from friendly, experienced care teams.
May Kitchen knows how important it is to provide carers with a break. After visiting her husband Stuart in respite care at a Ryman village, she was tempted to move in herself! “If it was me, I think I would enjoy it because it’s just so beautiful and the food is good.”
Ryman villages provide warm and welcoming communities. Where residents can enjoy activities and outings while forming friendships along the way.
Construction of a new $10 million recycling plant is under way to meet demand for the switch to an expanded kerbside recycling regime next year.
Hamilton City Council's rubbish and recycling contractor EnviroWaste Te Rapa facility that will be capable of sorting and compacting 8000 tonnes of material per year.
Are you looking forward to the kerbside switch? Do you have any concerns about it?
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