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31 days ago

Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Sufferers

Sharyn from Hokowhitu

Join us for coffee at Cafe Esplanade at 1.30pm on Thursday. School holidays are over, so no crowds to deal with.
Plenty of free parking out the back. We look forward to seeing you.

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2 hours ago

Get ready for marton market day

Project Marton

On November 23rd the streets of Marton will come to life with stalls, entertainment, and bargains galore.

In addition to over 230 sites selling a huge range of products including artisan foods, clothing, garden art, children's books and toys, local retailers will have Market Day specials and there will be live music, internationally renowned comic entertainment and activities all day long at this free event.

So invite your family and friends and don't miss out on the opportunity to purchase unique New Zealand made Christmas presents or grab some goodies for yourself.
Find out more

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13 hours ago

Lost at PN Hospital Poogle Pet (Healing mascot)

Gail from Kelvin Grove

For the past 10 years my Mother has been though 8 major surgeries and many many smaller procedures and hospital visits.
Through it all (even into the surgery prep room) Pooch / Poogle has been her healing mascot - given to her by her Grandson for her first surgery.
On Monday 30th September she was admitted to Ward 28. Pooch was faithfully with her. When she left on Wednesday 2nd October she couldn't see him anywhere. We have been to lost property at the hospital many times and no-one in the ward seems to know.
It is now obvious someone has Pooch - perhaps a child picked him up?
Please - if you know the wherabouts of Pooch help. It is so very important healing Pooch gets back to his owner.

Pooch is a Neopet Mac Donalds toy - about the size of an apple (sits on your hand) made of soft foam and yellow fabric

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13 hours ago

Wind farm to go ahead in Manawatu

George Heagney Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Afternoon all you Manawatū neighbours out there. Our region is getting even more wind turbines because Mercury is pressing on with the second stage of its $450 million wind farm.

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