269 days ago

Community Yoga Term 1 starts week of 10th February

Cathy Finnimore from Tawa Fitness Centre

We would love to have you come and join our Yoga Classes (1 hour duration) Limited spaces available. Email or phone and secure your space today:
tawafitnesscentre@gmail.com ph:2328500.
Details:
Mondays @ 6.30pm
10th February to 6th April
9 week block $90

Wednesdays @ 6.30pm
12th February to 8th April
9 week block $90

Fridays @ 9.15am
14th February to 10th April
9 week block $90

Please note a minimum of 5 participants is required for the blocks to run.

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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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What's On: LEON MORIN, PRIEST France 1961

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