11:16 AM (37 minutes ago)
Hello my name is Olivia, I teach Chair Yoga in Napier 3 times a week. Chair yoga is designed for seniors but is open to anyone. I am now going to run these classes online through Zoom. If you have never been to one of my classes you are welcome to join me. Do not worry if you have not used Zoom before, it is very simple. You click on the class link below and follow the instructions to download zoom. It is free. If you have any problems feel free to call me before or after the class. If you miss a class you can always try the next class. We are all going through a learning curve with this new technology, it is new to me too 😉
Setting up a zoom account only takes a minute. You can do it just before class or in advance.
Click on the class you wish to join before the class starts
Saturday 11 am (This is a 45 minute class)
Tuesday 11 am (This is a 1 hour class)
Thursday 9.15 am (This is a 1 hour class)
If you ever need a code to enter the class it is the 9 digits at the end of the link.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any problems. I will not be able to help you during the class but I can help before and after or at any other time.
These classes are all FREE however some of you kindly asked to pay a koha (donation) so I have provided my bank details
(06) 843 6564
022 619 4874
"The council is working on design concepts for the reinstatement of the War Memorial features, with the intention of having them in place by Anzac Day next year."
Will this include the memorial name plaques and eternal flame? The relatives of those who volunteered and were conscripted will not be appeased by a mere web site linked to other NCC business interests.
"lest we forget" or better to get on with business and forget the past with a new name. Utter shame on the previous Dalton/Jack administration who thankfully are fast receding into being nothing but a bad memory.
Hopefully the new council and Mayor can do better and not be reviled like the past administration.
I'm writing a story about CCTV security cameras on homes, what's the best system, how to install them, and whether or not they're a useful deterrent.
I wondered what you thought about private security cameras. Are they good for the neighbourhood? Or a sign troubled communities?
If you've got a strong opinion about them, drop me a line and let me know what you think.
90.5% Yes, they're OK.90.5% Complete
5% I'm not sure.5% Complete
4.5% No, they're not OK.4.5% Complete
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