We are looking for more lovely volunteers willing to help for a day at the NZ House & Garden Tour in beautiful Blenheim on Friday 13th or Saturday 14th of March, in support of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Volunteers will help with greeting the flow of people, car parking, security and the central hub.
As a thank-you for your time and assistance, you will be provided with a free ticket to the other tour day for the chance to see the exquisite homes and gardens. So, it’s such a great opportunity to check out eight beautiful homes around the Blenheim.
Interested? Phone us on 0508 105 105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the biggest mistakes buyers can make, is to assume that all builders build the same.
Price is important - however so is the quality, the contract, and the inclusions. Ask questions that look beyond price alone. Examine how the house is actually constructed; what are the bones of the house, what's behind the walls, and what quality of products are being used.
At Golden Homes we provide quotes that work with your budget and your wish list. We have fixed price contracts - No PC sums or hidden costs.
Remember, your home is likely to be your biggest asset.
MEDICATIONS FOR THE HEART
Nativity Centre, 76 Alfred St, Blenheim
WEDNESDAY 30th JUNE
10.30 - 12noon.
Speaker: FRANCOISE BARRIBALL, PHARMACIST
Registrations: Phone/Text Averil - 027 215 3836 or email
NUMBERS ARE LIMITED SO PLEASE REGISTER TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.
Francoise will talk about the various groups of medications, what they do and common side effects.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions.
FAMILY/WHANAU ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.
Happy Monday neighbours,
The tacos have landed.
Taco Bell superfan Jessa Arcayera, 18, waited 90 minutes in line to get her hands on her favourite Taco Bell order: a beefy cheese burrito, crunchy taco wrap, cinnamon twists, fries and a Coke.
She was one of nearly 100 eager customers who donned taco shell hats and T-shirts outside the Taco Bell Eastgate store in Linwood, Christchurch – the South Island’s first – as they waited for the big purple bell to be rung and ribbon to be cut.
Would you queue to be first to order at the South Island's first Taco Bell?