With no parades or services to attend this Anzac Day, here’s how we can still pay tribute to the courage and self-sacrifice of the servicemen and women who serve our country. Kiwis are invited to Stand At Dawn for a virtual service we can experience from within our bubbles.
Make a poppy for your teddy bear to wear while sitting in the window for neighbours to see, or lay a virtual poppy at the Auckland Museum’s online cenotaph. Find out more here and join Aucklanders as we mark Anzac Day in new ways this year.
This week we're looking at how the pandemic will affect our children and their resilience. The Sunday Star-Times wants to hear from children about how they've been impacted by Covid-19 and lockdown. Perhaps they've learned more about hand washing and germs, or maybe they want to talk about having mum or dad home more often, or learning from home. Kids can write a sentence or two to be included in print by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, by Friday, July 10, at 5pm. Their first names and ages may be used in print. Parents, if you're happy for your children to be photographed please let us know.
This is the changing face of housing in our suburbs as determined by Auckland's Unitary Plan. But this pioneering project in Sandringham is for renters, not buyers.
Qigong ("Chee Gong") for Health & Healing
Join us in this weekly class to learn this very effective practise of simple movements, mental focus, breathing and meditation.
No experience necessary and open to people of all ages & abilities.
Learn movements & techniques to enhance your natural ability to heal physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Spring Forest Qigong provides the knowledge and tools to experience that every one of us is born a healer with a natural ability to help ourselves and others to heal.
Every Friday morning 9.30am - 10.30am. Warkworth Town Hall, Mezzanine Room. $5 koha.
Contact Paula for further details, or to be kept informed of changes, on 027 239 9182