This week we're looking at how the pandemic will affect our children and their resilience. The Sunday Star-Times wants to hear from children about how they've been impacted by Covid-19 and lockdown. Perhaps they've learned more about hand washing and germs, or maybe they want to talk about having mum or dad home more often, or learning from home. Kids can write a sentence or two to be included in print by emailing email@example.com, by Friday, July 10, at 5pm. Their first names and ages may be used in print. Parents, if you're happy for your children to be photographed please let us know.
Alpine View's TRILife Talk guest speaker series presents Jo Seagar: Food for Life.
Internationally acclaimed culinary expert, writer, TV hostess and all round expert on food, Jo Seagar, is talking to Alpine View residents on "Food for Life" and you're invited!
Monday 10th August, 3pm and
Tuesday 11th August, 3pm
Alpine View Clubhouse, 448 Prestons Road, Waitikiri
Following each talk there will be a complimentary drink and canapes, and the opportunity to meet our guest speaker.
A limited number of seats are open to the public. Call (03 383 1333) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) today to secure your seat!
Bowel cancer can strike at any age. Each year about 3,000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with the disease and more than 1,200 will die. That’s as many as breast and prostate cancer combined. But it is treatable – and beatable – if detected early enough.
We'd be keen to hear about your discoveries on your recent travels around New Zealand. Were there any small towns, activities or attractions that surprised you, for better or for worse? Did you come across any lesser-know spots you think more Kiwis should check out? Which small towns do you think deserve more visitors than they get? Please remember your comment may be included in an article unless you state that you don't want it to be. Cheers.