2017-06-06 E-Edition

R is for Resilience

Megan Vanlieshout – Soul Nourishment Lifestyle Coach. megan@soulnourishment.co.nz Bouncing back from difficult experiences. I’m not sure that we are all born with resilience, I think it’s something we learn through life lessons. Resilience means bouncing back from difficult experiences and situations. It’s from those experiences that we grow and learn life lessons and they can even encourage us to rebuild […]

His Word – The Reunion

Separated at birth, adopted out, parted from biological family, moved far far away, life has now moved onwards in a new and comfortable environment, often far away from their city and country of birth, but the deep and quiet inner tugging’s, of those quiet inner callings of the almost unknown past were ever present and never far away. Where is […]

Flu Vaccines at Unichem Waiuku

From the 1st April 2017 Pharmacist Vaccinators will be able to offer free vaccinations to people who are 65 years and older and pregnant women with the funded INFLUVAC® Trivalent Influenza Vaccine. We have TWO fully trained and qualified Pharmacist Vaccinators who will be offering vaccinations from April 2017. We can now offer the government funded vaccine to ALL patients […]

Waiuku Health Centre June Focus: Bowel Cancer

Bowel cancer is the second highest cause of cancer death in New Zealand, but it can be treated successfully if it is detected and treated early. You are more at risk of developing bowel cancer if: • you have a history of a number of family members over two or three generations being affected with bowel cancer • you or […]

Mudlarks continue the clean up

The Waiuku Estuary Restoration Trust (fondly known as the Mudlarks) have been clearing up the Waiuku Estuary, and are beginning to see fruits of their labour.  The Mudlarks, who meet regularly to remove mangroves from the Estuary are continuing their hard work and have seen new bird life and fish life in the estuary.   "We hear reports of greater […]

Another example of an incorrectly spelt road sign

With regards to your recent items on incorrectly spelt road signs in Franklin, I note the sign for Bald Hill Road at the intersection of Waiuku Road (where the overtaking lane is) in Puni which has been incorrectly spelt "Baldhill Road". Isaac Broome

War a racket

All too readily we forget that war is a racket! U.S. is hard out trying to start WWIII, so that they can pay off their debt. Donald Trump wants to talk to the Russians to get some harmony between U.S. and Russia, but he is being stopped. Who by? NATO, the Oligarchs, Illuminati, and Zionists. Basically, those who are pushing […]

Go Gardening with Ruth

The recipe for winter gardening is maintenance now will reap a beautiful garden in the spring and a continuing harvest though winter and early spring. If you have mulched over the summer months now is the time to rake it back from stems and trunks to help prevent stem rot during the wet months. Cover tender trees and crops with […]

Repair work to damaged roads begins

Repair work on roads in the Waikato District closed by the storms in April have begun.  Roads still closed include Koheroa Rd (Mercer), Pioneer Road (Pokeno), Clarke and Denize Road (Pukekawa). After an extensive period of road assessment throughout the district, Waikato District Council staff will undertake a work programme consisting of short term repairs to damaged roads, prioritising those […]


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