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Nelson Marlborough is one of the top performers when it comes to delivering the Covid vaccine, and now a Covid Vaccination Centre has opened in Nelson, with a Richmond site opening next week. Have you been text to get a Covid vaccine or have you had them? Let us know what is was like.
Environmental activists recently protested outside Nelson City Council, calling for the council to stop using the weedkiller, glyphosate, which they said harms bees. Glyphosate (contained in 90 products in New Zealand, including Roundup) is used by farmers and ecologists alike, but some scientists in New Zealand say we don't know enough its long term effects on the environment, and it should classified as hazardous. What do you think?
This coming Sunday, May 16th at the Mapua Community Hall the Packhouse Cinema will show another interesting movie. The movies have now been ,moved to every third Sunday of the month.
I saw the stage play in Sydney a couple of years ago. and I was fully prepared to hate this movie. But, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
It's not so easy to take a stage production and make a good movie. However you can watch this movie, tap your feet and clap along with the music. There was no one behind me so I got up and danced in my seat a couple times. It was AWESOME!!! The actors are stellar, the music is fantastic and the film completely engrossing. I had a big smile plastered across my face from beginning to end. The audience clapped twice during the movie (it was that good). Most of you know this music and will love it just like Di does. What more do I need to say?
Go see it and have some fun!
The movie starts at 6:30pm, doors open at 6:15. Bring your own chair, nibbles and drinks and enjoy a drink or a snack at the Sprig and Fern opposite the hall.