43 days ago

Poll: Cinemas - Do you prefer flashy or familiar?

The team Reporter from South Waikato News

Some movie-lovers prefer to travel to a big city cinema, but Tokoroa 3D Cinemas owner Mary McCluskey, says her cinema is still as busy as ever.

She puts her cinema's success down to the fact that people like to support locally owned businesses, good service and reasonable prices. She says "It's the small things that make all the difference."

Cinemas - Do you prefer flashy or familiar?
  • 0% I prefer flashy
    0% Complete
  • 60% I prefer the familiar, local cinema
    60% Complete
  • 28% I like a mix of both every now and then
    28% Complete
  • 12% I don't go to the cinema
    12% Complete
25 votes
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3 hours ago

Poll: When do you start Christmas shopping?

Nicola Brennan-Tupara Reporter from Matamata Chronicle

Hi neighbours,
With Christmas coming up next month, it could be time to start thinking about gift shopping!
Are you one of those people who leaves it to the very last minute, or are you prepared months in advance?

Vote in the poll below.

When do you start Christmas shopping?
  • 0% I start a few months before
    0% Complete
  • 0% I leave it to the last minute
    0% Complete
  • 0% Gifts aren't a priority for me
    0% Complete
  • 0% I shop on Boxing Day
    0% Complete
0 votes
10 hours ago

Support your local community with My Challenge

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You can earn points, save on fuel with discounts and support your local community by donating your points or discounts.
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10 hours ago

Come along to your Community Health Forum

Andre Chivell from Waikato District Health Board

Hey neighbours,

We at Waikato DHB want more of you to have a say in health. Come along to your Community Health Forum next week.

When: 2pm - 4pm, Tuesday 19 November
Where: Silver Fern Farms Event Centre, 44 Stanley Ave, Te Aroha

Community Health Forums are a gathering of local people who share in a conversation about what matters to their community and hear updates from the DHB and other local organisations/groups.

We look forward to meeting you. He whakarongo tātou – we’re here to listen
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