473 days ago

How can we make Northland's beaches safer?

Denise Piper Reporter from Whangārei Leader

Sadly, 'loving and adventurous' mother-of-three Kelsi Wood lost her life saving her child from a rip at Baylys Beach. How can we make our beaches safer, for both swimmers and rescuers?

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5 days ago

Death Cafe Whangarei

Jo from Central Whangarei

Come along and join us for an open, lighthearted, informative and wide ranging discussion about our relationship to, and understanding of death, in our lives and community. No agenda other than the questions we bring and the information we share about something that touches us all. Free Event, Purchase own refreshments, All Welcome
Dickens Inn, Cameron St, Whangarei. Saturday 26th June, 10am -12pm
Death Cafes are part of a global movement where people, often strangers, gather to talk about death. We hold our death cafes in a cafe to normalise the conversation about death - please be prepared for the cafe environment
Our objective is 'to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives'. A Death Cafe is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group not a grief support or counselling session.
Our Death Cafes are always offered: - On a not for profit basis - in a respectful and confidential space - With no intention of leading people to any conclusion, product or course of action.
For more info visit - www.deathcafe.com...
Contact: Jo Moselen Mob: 021 450 525
Email - deathcafewhg@gmail.com

3 days ago

What we don't want to see on The Block NZ

Colleen Hawkes Reporter from Homed

The Block NZ is back on our screens on Monday, but let's hope there are no more silly decor challenges and over-the-top reserves.