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73 days ago

covid 19 delta

Debi from Hamilton East

debi's husband here. not her opinion but she agrees. listening to the PM and the ridiculous questions by the media i can't help but speak my mind. DO THE ANTI VAXXERS UNDERSTAND WHAT THEY ARE DOING? they are holding the country to ransom by refusing to protect themselves from contracting and spreading this pandemic. even if you are double vaccinated you can still contract the disease and spread it. you just won't die from it. the economy is going into the toilet because we can't socialize and support the backbone of our country through our hospitality industry. wear a mask, 2 meter distancing...how hard is that? help the PM get us out of this by complying with the restrictions.

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16 days ago

Mask wearing

Rae from Chartwell

This one goes out to the not inconsiderable number of people in places where masks are required, wearing them incorrectly, ie not covering their noses.
Please note, pretty much everyone does not particularly like having to wear a mask, but we do it, and we definitely have a good deal of sympathy for those serving us who have to keep them on for their entire shift whereas we are probably in their place of business less than half an hour.
At the very, very least would you please show a bit of respect for those behind the counter and wear your mask correctly.
Don't think because no-one pulls you up, that no-one wants to, I know I have to bite my tongue.

2 hours ago

Addictive Eaters Anonymous

The Team from Addictive Eaters Anonymous - Hamilton

There are no dues or fees for joining AEA or attending AEA meetings. We are self-supporting through our own voluntary contributions. At some point during each meeting we pass the basket to help cover expenses, such as the cost of rent and literature. Members are not obliged to contribute, but we usually do so to the extent we are able. For more FAQs

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9 hours ago

Creative Communities Scheme funding now open!

Creative Waikato

Calling all creatives in Kirikiriroa! Are you looking for cash to supercharge your next creative project?

Creative Communities Scheme funding is now open. If your project fosters participation, diversity, or youth engagement, you could be eligible for a financial hand. So get to it - applications close 5pm, Friday 25 February 2022.

If you’ve got any burning questions or want to chat about your creative project, give us a yell at 0508 427 892 or hello@creativewaikato.co.nz.

Apply now at www.creativewaikato.co.nz/funding.
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