The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) is running a free seminar in Henderson on Thursday, September 26, about the financial implications of moving into a retirement village, with support from the Retirement Villages Association and experienced legal practitioners.
Speakers from the CFFC, Retirement Village Association and the legal profession (if available), will discuss types of retirement villages, the costs of moving into and living in them, and how they operate. The seminar will also explain some important residents' rights and where you can find out more information.
The seminar is 90 minutes long and will include question and answer time.
Tea, coffee and light refreshments are provided.
Places are limited and while attendance is free, please register to reserve a seat.
Register by clicking the link below:
Hi Neighbours, It might be raining but the record dry which is depleting Auckland's water supply is not going away in a hurry. Is it "just a dought?": Read the story below:
We are sad to announce that Palmers Westgate will be closing its doors on June 10th. We would like to thank all our loyal customers for your support over the years.
We have really enjoyed serving West Auckland with great gardening products and expert advice.
Our closing down sale is now underway with loads of amazing deals in store including at least 50% off storewide. So come in store and fill your trolley with these unmissable deals!
We would love to see you before we close.
The team at Palmers Westgate.
Dear council, I haven't washed my car since you told us we were short of water. You also told us you were ordering restrictions, fair enough. However do you want to explain to me why I have just driven down Lincoln Rd in Henderson and saw that the wash depot. A commercially run vehicle wash station is fully operational, every wash bay was full with happy citizens cleaning their vehicles. Did you all go to the same school as the halfwits that have advised us on social distancing and other ways to manage Covid. Or is it one rule for some and another for the rest of us. Either we are short of water or we aint.