510 days ago

Aroha Afternoons at the Seatoun Village Hall

Ana Frka from Seatoun Village Hall

Ruth Prentice and friends are looking forward to launching Aroha Afternoons which is a hui bringing together neighbours from different cultures within Aotearoa to share ideas, experiences and facilitate friendly chats around Welcoming Communities and to reflect on the March 15 tragedy in Christchurch 6 months ago.
The event will have music and market stalls, followed by presentations and korero from the following guest community leaders.
Guled Mire: Community advocate and co-founder of Third Culture Mind
Martine Udahemuka: Founder of LINK & MentorShip
Wael Aldroubi: Founder of the initiative Culture Without Borders.
Margaret Taylor, Amnesty International Aotearoa NZ
and with catering by Damascus
A family friendly event

More messages from your neighbours
7 days ago

Push to get every Kiwi scanning, every time

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Come on Neighourly folk remember to scan, every time you go out.
As new highly transmissible Covid-19 strains send countries into second and third lockdowns, Stuff is forging ahead with its “Stop! Scanner time” campaign to remind Kiwis of the importance to keep scanning QR codes, should there be a community outbreak.
Everyone – every single one of us – needs to be scanning the NZ Covid Tracer app, or signing in on a sheet of paper, every single time.
Come on Neighourly folk remember to scan, every time you go out.

5 days ago

Babysitter needed

Carolina from Miramar

Good morning, I have a 4 and a half month old baby girl and as I am starting to work soon I am in need of someone to look after her in the mornings, earliest start is 6am and latest finish will be 1pm Please note that not every day is required as I don’t work mornings every day, and it will only be in the weekdays no weekends. If you are a babysitter or if you can recommend someone please let me know and we can discuss more details.

Thank you.

16 hours ago

Covid Variant - Northland

Caryl from Seatoun

I'm surprised that masks haven't be made compulsory in the areas that the woman travelled to? Surely she will have infected others who in turn will do the same as it is more infectious. Is anyone else thinking this too? It was only a matter of time before the variants spread into the community.