31 days ago

Community outcomes

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Hit the link now to have your say on our refreshed ‘community outcomes’.

These are the five main goals we set for ourselves. They help determine how the city will look and feel in the future, and they also help us prioritise our funding.

The survey closes July 26.

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25 minutes ago

Brighten your walls with this creative project

The Team from Resene ColorShop Tauranga

Put your own spin on a current wall art trend by painting designs on woven plates!

Make the most of this weekend with this easy project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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3 days ago

The Healing Hub - massage appointments available

Trudi from Ohauiti

Hi there,
I have recently moved to Ohauiti and set up my lovely massage studio called ‘The Healing Hub’....I specialise in swedish massage, and well known for my intuitive healing and deep tissue work. I have both female and male clients. I am professional and treat each client with respect and confidentiality. I offer a nurturing, peaceful sanctuary for my clients to relax and enjoy some well deserved ME time.

Regular massage is key to ensuring a healthy balance in this busy world.

Key health benifits of massage:
* Reduce muscle tension
* Improved circulation
* Stimulation of the lymphatic system
* Reduction of stress hormones
* Increased joint mobility and flexibility
* Heightened mental alertness
* Reduced anxiety and depression

Pricing:
$50 - 45 mins
$60 - 60 mins
$75 - 75 mins (most popular)
$90 - 90 mins

PS: I usually find knots and like to spend time working on areas that need healing, so I may not get through a full body massage in 60 mins, therefore I recommend 75 minutes.

Daytime, evening & weekend appointments avaiable.

Phone or Text 021 2013253

Thanks heaps and look forward to hearing from you.
Trudi 🌸🌸🌸

1 day ago

Covid Casualty - We' re closing

Daisy Doggie Daycare and Grooming

It is a with a very heavy heart I have to inform you that Daisy Doggie Daycare will be closing down on August 13th under a "Voluntary Liquidation of the business".

For the past few full months, after lock down, we have only managed from 4 to the odd 15+ dogs in a day. This is not sustainable when one has to pay rent and wages.

Declining dog numbers week after week leave me no choice but to shut Daisy Doggie Daycare down.

Covid 19 has changed the way people work and many have been impacted financially. All of these have effected our business model.
To all of you, thank you for the chance to love and care for your dog. I have enjoyed them and shall miss them like my own children.

Thank you to all of you as you have shared your doggie with me. I so appreciate each and every one.

Please come and enjoy the days we still have.

Thank you and may you all stay safe.

My door is always open for a chat if you need.

Sincerely

Des Nunneley,
Owner
Daisy Doggie Daycare.

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