Help protect our kauri from kauri dieback disease
Kauri dieback is an incurable disease threatening our native kauri trees.
Here’s how you can help protect our kauri for future generations:
- Scrub – clean all soil off your footwear, tyres and other gear, every time you enter or leave a forest/area with native trees.
- Spray – your footwear and gear at every cleaning station. Kauri dieback can be spread by just a pinhead of soil.
- Stay – on the designated open tracks; never step on kauri roots.
- Keep your dog on a leash at all times or leave them at home.
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ANYBODY CAN LEARN REIKI!
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A course of 10 lessons and 2 refresher classes for just $60, which includes full club membership.
First two sessions free.
This course is designed for students wanted to deepen their reiki knowledge and explore three powerful reiki symbols. On completion you will be able to register with ReikiNZ as a Reiki Practitioner and offer reiki services to the public.
Our country market is held once a month in the Pollok Hall, on the Beautiful Awhitu Peninsula.
Come along and meet the community and see what bargains you can pick up.
The Northern Kāhu are set to take on the Tokomanawa Queens at the Franklin Pool & Leisure Centre in our very first home game in the 2022 GJ Gardner Homes Tauihi Basketball Aotearoa season.