357 days ago

TRY something New - Complimentary sessions!

Cathy Finnimore from Tawa Fitness Centre

Do you want to be more mobile, fitter, stronger or stable then try our complimentary TACFIT(bodyweight conditioning)sessions. These sessions are suitable for all ability levels.

When: Thursday 28th Nov and 5th Dec (if enough demand will run a session on 12th Dec)
Where: Tawa Fitness Centre
82 Main Road
Time: 6.30pm (1 hour duration)
Instructor: Craig jackett

Craig is a personal trainer and specialises in bodyweight conditioning, he currently works in Miramar but lives in Tawa. Next year he is going to be focusing on working in Tawa.
Come and try these complimentary sessions learn some new skills. What have you got to lose?

BE IN QUICK 8 spaces per session
Please book your space email tawafitnesscentre@gmail.com, message or ph:2328500.

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5 hours ago

Adult native tree being chopped down

Joao from Tawa

Hello, I was wondering if there is a way to check if the native tree being chopped down in the roundabout between Main Road and Lyndhurst Road is in the council land or not.

It is very sad to see adult trees (4 are already gone and 1 left) being chopped down in times like this when we need them the most.

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4 hours ago

What's On: LEON MORIN, PRIEST France 1961

David from Brooklyn

Jean-Paul Belmondo and Emmanuelle Riva star in Melville's film as cleric and communist drawn together through love. “A triumph of mood, setting, and innuendo.” –Criterion Collection. See trailer at https://filmsocietywellington.net.nz/
LEON MORIN, PRIEST France 1961
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What would you do with a $13.3 million house?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

A lavish home, believed to be the largest new build in Wellington in more than a decade, is taking shape above Evans Bay.
The five-bedroom, 1400-square-metre house in Overtoun Terrace in Hataitai will be fitted with two bars, an indoor swimming pool, work areas, massage and games rooms, a “great room”, and a home theatre.
It is being constructed on two sections of land, bought for $5.8m in 2016 by Wellington-based siblings Nigel and Susan Stanford.
The combined cost of the land and the house totals $13.3m.