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Whangarei LYNKZ are holding their first Garage Sale for 2017 on Saturday 11th February. More Information
This year’s Ruakaka Surf Day will be held on Saturday 25th February. Register now to avoid disappointment – due to popular demand numbers must be limited. More Information
Read about Jonny's road trip to the wild West Coast as published in the Northern Advocate, 48 Hours, Saturday 21st January 2017. More Information
Late last year Whangarei’s Citylink busses were given the accessibility once over. The ride was a resounding success and in response to demand, a new trial loop trip has been launched for the summer. More Information
Jonny's summing up of 2016 - Northern Advocate, Saturday 24th December.
I found solace in the vege garden and haven’t stopped my obsessing over growing the prefect tomato. More Information
Support your local Riding for the Disabled – come along and wander around the beautiful private gardens at Totara Cottage on Saturday 28th January 2017. More Information
The staff at Tiaho Trust would like to wish everyone a safe and inclusive festive season.
We will be closing at 12noon Thursday 22nd December and re open on Monday 9th January 2017.
We will have skeleton staff working through the non stat days. More Information
Jonny's last column for 2016:
People at the premier seemed genuinely riveted apart from the periodic interruptions of my mokopuna who kept calling out ‘Poppa, Poppa’ when she spotted me, but hey, she was genuine.
Kaz Noiri has undertaken an epic journey for Arthritis NZ. More Information
Sometimes I think the disability movement in Aotearoa is progressing at a glacial pace…It is successes like Te Kopa’s and Aroha’s that give me solace. Jonny's latest A Different Light column - The Northern Advocate, 48 Hours 26th November 2016. More Information
Read Whangarei Anglican Care Trust’s November newsletter to find out what is coming up for you in the New Year. More Information
Everyone has heard it said that regular exercise is good for us increasing our brain function and improving our mental well-being. But how do you get started? It can be next to impossible at this time of year for lots of reasons. More Information
The final newsletter for the year is out now from Parkinson’s Northland with information about some important meetings for members to attend and the new membership forms for 2017. More Information
Sign High is a new TV series made here in Northland that is due to start screening this Thursday, 17th November 2016. More Information
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Te Tai Tokerau Deaf Society need your help so they can celebrate their 55th birthday on 18th February 2017! More Information