30 days ago

Visiting Scientist to speak on pros and cons of 5G

Catherine from Torbay - Long Bay

5G INFORMATION EVENING IN AUCKLAND! We are very lucky to have Professor Dariusz coming to NZ to educate us ~ he is an advisor to WHO (World Health Organisation) and Sue Grey (environmental lawyer and scientist) is incredibly knowledgeable on 5G in NZ and our governments role too. Don't miss this, and please spread the word, this information is so important for the health of our families and generations to come.

Professor Dariusz Leszczynski’s Auckland lecture

Professor Lezczynski will be introduced by lawyer Sue Grey and the facilitator for the event will be Dr. Manuel Vallee, PhD of the University of Auckland.



Date: Tuesday 19th November 2019

Time: 6.30 to 8 PM; Doors open at 6 PM

Venue: Auckland University Library Lecture Theatre B15

This lecture theatre is located in Building 109 at the corner of Princes St and Alfred St across from Albert Park in Central Auckland.



Cost: Free – but donations/koha towards the costs of bringing Professor Leszczynski to Auckland would be gratefully received. — with Sue Grey and Jules Bright.

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More messages from your neighbours
8 hours ago

NZ Bus services running as normal from today

Caroline Williams Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Aucklanders, NZ Bus services have resumed, following six days of driver suspensions affecting approximately 70,000 trips daily. The suspensions came as bus drivers stopped accepting passenger fares, in a bid for better pay work hours. On Thursday, First Union and Tramways withdrew industrial action after Auckland Council got involved with concerns of the suspension's impact on the city's public transport. However, union members and NZ Bus are yet to come to an agreement.
Were you able to catch your normal bus this morning?

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3 hours ago

Dolphin in shallow waters possibly injured

Caroline Williams Reporter from Rodney Times

A short-beaked common dolphin has been lurking alone on Big Manly beach since Wednesday evening.
Common dolphins are an abundant, protected species and prefer swimming a few kilometres from the shoreline. They are especially common in the Hauraki Gulf.
Marine mammal rescue organisation Project Jonah believed the male dolphin was unwell given its unusual swimming behaviours. It wasn't normal for dolphins to be separated from their pod.
"We'd like people to respect its space. If it approaches, stay in the shallows or get out of the water," general manager Daren Grover said.

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1 day ago

What's On: Healthy Lifestyles, Weekly Walk

Michelle from Matakatia - Tindalls Beach

Weekly Walk & Talk on the beach. Connection, gentle exercise and support for 'lower-carb active lifestyle' to retain health & prevent disease. Every Saturday until 28th March 2020. Michelle: 021-190-4980
Healthy Lifestyles, Weekly Walk
  • Beach Entrance behind Stanmore Bay Park