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16 days ago

phones and cables and modems

Peter from Henderson

bag of 2 phones ,filters,cables ,and 2 modems must take the lot...
to good for the bin.
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16 days ago

List of cancelled art and culture events, putting communities first

The Team from Auckland Council

Auckland Council has responded to the call from the government to cancel events with more than 500 participants or attendees.

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16 days ago

Are you trying to contact our call centre?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear gardeners,

Please note that staff at call centre are currently unable to answer calls due to international Covid-19 restrictions. In the interim, please email your request to subs@mags4gifts.co.nz. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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17 days ago

There are 99 reasons to hit AKLPaths

The Team from Auckland Council

Wear out the kids, drop into the bowl, or even cool off with a swim.

Find a path and try something new, every day!
Learn more

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17 days ago

*WIN* NeoGen Nitro-Plasma treatment!

BeautiPhi from Neighbourly Nz

What's NeoGen Nitro-Plasma you might ask? It's the new laser alternative - a cutting-edge, skin regeneration plasma treatment that does it all—shrinks pores, tightens loose and saggy skin, lightens hyperpigmentation, provides an acne solution, and is suitable for all skin types and … View moreWhat's NeoGen Nitro-Plasma you might ask? It's the new laser alternative - a cutting-edge, skin regeneration plasma treatment that does it all—shrinks pores, tightens loose and saggy skin, lightens hyperpigmentation, provides an acne solution, and is suitable for all skin types and tones.

There are only 2 NeoGen machines in NZ, with one here in Parnell’s Beautiphi Clinic.

Simply Like or Thank the post below to go in the draw to win a NeoGen treatment by Stacey Power (RN) at Beautiphi. Winner will be drawn and contacted on 20th March 2020. T&CsApply.
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17 days ago

🔴News straight from Millhouse Integrative Medical Centre🔴

Fiona from Henderson

This is really an interesting read. I have included the reference links that were in the original story as well as the image that has an excellent guide to maintaining a strong immune system.

MARCH 2020
*An unpublished study from China suggests that Covid-19 largely affects older people. Those … View more
This is really an interesting read. I have included the reference links that were in the original story as well as the image that has an excellent guide to maintaining a strong immune system.

MARCH 2020
*An unpublished study from China suggests that Covid-19 largely affects older people. Those over 80 had a death rate of 14.8%, compared with 8.0% for those ages 70 to 79; 3.6% for those ages 60 to 69; 1.3% for those ages 50 to 59; 0.4% for those ages 40 to 49, and 0.2% for those ages 10 to 39. No deaths have been reported among children from birth to age 9.
*www.livescience.com...

REMAINING SAFE.
• KNOW YOUR RISK. If you are a smoker, elderly, or suffer from chronic disease, especially cancer or poorly controlled diabetes, your immune system will be depleted and less able to fight infection. When the 2020 flu vaccination becomes available, I strongly recommend having the immunisation, to build an early protective antibody response before influenza hits this winter. That will be one less illness to deal with.
• WASHING HANDS. This is the main way to avoid personal contact with the virus from contaminated surfaces. Wash your hands thoroughly, exposing all skin surfaces to soap and water, for at least 20 seconds. Then dry your hands on a disposable paper towel, as wet skin aids the transmission of the virus. Remember to carry a small sanitiser bottle with you to disinfect your hands when washing is unavailable.
• WEARING FACE MASKS. It is more important that those with cough and cold symptoms wear masks as this protects others from being infected. However, if you enter a high-risk area (hospitals, clinics), wearing a mask
is protective, and men being clean shaven is an advantage.
• COUGHING AND SNEEZING. Use armpit, elbow or handkerchief to prevent release of infected droplets over others.
• KEEP YOUR DISTANCE. Don’t shake hands, hug, kiss, or hongi with anyone who has respiratory symptoms or is unwell.
• AVOID UNSAFE PLACES. If Covid-19 becomes pandemic, I strongly recommend that those at greater risk stay home and don’t allow anyone with cold symptoms to enter. I well remember reading the exploits of the courageous and tempestuous Dr Rawene Smith (real name - Dr George McCall Smith, superintendent of Rawene Hospital in Northland), who during the 1918 flu epidemic blocked cars entering the Hokianga and
preventing the entry of influenza.
• BE PREPARED AND PLAN AHEAD. Ask yourself what will you do if you become infected, or if your relatives, friends or flatmates are quarantined for 2 weeks. Read the **Civil Defence website which has practical advice to assist in developing an emergency survival plan – food, long term medication, toiletries, and toilet paper required for at least 2 weeks, and don’t forget the needs of your pets. Ensure there is a
neighbour, friend or family member who will check on you.
**www.civildefence.govt.nz...

COVID-19 PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
~Excess sugar and alcohol are detrimental to your health.
~Negative emotions subtly weaken the immune system but mindfulness, prayer, and talking with friends and counsellors, as well as, writing therapy, strengthen our healing abilities.
~I am always concerned when I see diabetics with high Hba1c levels, who I know have a compromised immune system and an inability to fight infection. Please see our nursing team, who at no expense, will guide in ways to improve your diabetic control.
~Sound sleep is curative. Eat well and consider supplementation,
especially Vitamin D, Vitamin C, zinc and selenium.
MAINTAIN A STRONG IMMUNE SYSTEM - see image attached

Intravenous Vitamin C (IVC)
In the April 2019 newsletter (available on-line) I told of the usefulness of IVC in emergency situations, though NZ hospitals are reluctant to use it. It has been reported that a number of studies are underway to examine the effectiveness of IVC in treating coronavirus patients.

***March 3 -The government of Shanghai, China has announced its official
recommendation that COVID-19 should be treated with high amounts of
intravenous vitamin C. (1) Dosage recommendations vary with severity
of illness, from 50 to 200 milligrams per kilogram body weight per day to
as much as 200 mg/kg/day.
***orthomolecular.org...

Yours in good health,

Dr Richard J Coleman

17 days ago

Coronavirus update from Kmart

Fiona from Henderson

Message received via email:
Dear customers,

At Kmart, our priority is always serving our customers and the communities we operate in. We seek to provide a safe environment for our customers and our team members and in times such as these, we believe it is our role and responsibility to do our best… View more
Message received via email:
Dear customers,

At Kmart, our priority is always serving our customers and the communities we operate in. We seek to provide a safe environment for our customers and our team members and in times such as these, we believe it is our role and responsibility to do our best to ensure we can provide access to the products people need, while doing everything we can to keep our customers and our team safe and healthy.

I wanted to share some of the things we're doing to ensure everyone who shops with us or works with us is safe, as well as do our bit to prevent the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19.

First we are following the advice of the Australian Government and World Health Organisation and their recommendations for minimising the spread of this virus.

Over the past few weeks we have taken a range of precautionary measures across our stores including:

Commencing increased cleaning and sanitisation of our stores.

Preparing our teams to respond quickly to any emerging situation should it occur to best ensure the health and safety of everyone involved.

Asking any team members displaying flu like symptoms to refrain from coming to work and introducing additional benefits for team members to ensure none of our team members are disadvantaged financially through this process.

Over the coming weeks we will continue to monitor the situation closely and act quickly on the advice of health authorities. This may mean you see things that look a little different in our stores as we take additional precautions. We appreciate your patience and your support as a customer.

I would also ask that if you are feeling unwell please take care of yourself and those around you. Should this be the case or if you prefer not to visit us in store we are always happy to welcome you online at www.kmart.co.nz...

If you have any questions or would like to know more about the steps we are taking to protect our customers and team, you can contact us on 0800 945 995 or www.kmart.co.nz.../contact-us

We look forward to serving you,

Ian Bailey

Managing Director Kmart Group

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17 days ago

Brita jug Maxtra + filter

Alex Neighbourly Lead from Henderson

3 pack Maxtra + filter for Brita jug
Brand new unopened box

Negotiable

17 days ago

AA - Caring for our Members

Fiona from Henderson

Received via email:

As a valued AA Member, I felt it timely as Chief Executive to write to assure you that we are taking all precautions necessary to protect our Members, customers and people against COVID-19.

Our businesses and services continue as usual and I want to assure you we are doing all… View more
Received via email:

As a valued AA Member, I felt it timely as Chief Executive to write to assure you that we are taking all precautions necessary to protect our Members, customers and people against COVID-19.

Our businesses and services continue as usual and I want to assure you we are doing all we can to provide these services safely, guided by the Ministry of Health.

Whilst we always strive to provide a clean and safe environment, we have taken the following steps as extra precautions.

Increased cleaning and sanitisation in all our AA Centres, AA Auto Centres and AA Driving School vehicles, including regular cleaning of high contact surfaces.

Asked all our teams to wash and dry their hands often.

Asked our people to stay home if they are experiencing any illness or flu-like symptoms and introduced a discretionary sick leave policy.

If you are experiencing any COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms or have returned from overseas in the last 14 days, we ask that you delay your visit to our AA locations and instead call or email us.

The Ministry of Health has stated that the symptoms of COVID-19 are:

• A cough

• A high temperature (at least 38 degrees centigrade)

• A shortness of breath

For our mobile services; AA Roadservice, AA Battery Service, AA Home Response, AA Auto Glass, AA Vehicle Inspections and AA Driving School, we are asking additional screening questions to check and manage any potential risk factors.

We will continue to monitor Ministry of Health updates and we will be in touch with any changes to AA policy, otherwise business continues as usual and we look forward to continuing to serve our Members and customers.

Kind regards,

Brian Gibbons - Chief Executive Officer

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