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First Aid Level 1

Zambuk Way, Mayfair, Mt Maunganui, Tauranga Zambuk Way, Mayfair, Mt Maunganui,, Tauranga

Learn to treat injuries to life. Threatening medical emergencies. The skills to offer CPR -achieve a First Aid Level 1 certificate valid for 2 years Maximum 15 attendees. Bring your own lunch.

Free

Workshops on Te Tiriti o Waitangi with Deaf Community – Wellington

Johnsonville Community Center 3 Frankmoore Avenue, Johnsonville, Wellington

This full-day interactive workshop includes: Why do we have a treaty? What did the signatories agree to? The history of colonisation in this country and its impacts today The relevance of Te Tiriti for Aotearoa & for the Deaf community No prior knowledge is necessary, all welcome. Morning tea, lunch ... Read more

Workshops on Te Tiriti o Waitangi with Deaf Community – Napier

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier

This full-day interactive workshop includes: Why do we have a treaty? What did the signatories agree to? The history of colonisation in this country and its impacts today The relevance of Te Tiriti for Aotearoa & for the Deaf community No prior knowledge is necessary, all welcome. Morning tea, lunch ... Read more

Workshops on Te Tiriti o Waitangi with Deaf Community – Auckland

Ruamoko Marae 38 Lynwood Road, New Lynn, Auckland

This full-day interactive workshop includes: Why do we have a treaty? What did the signatories agree to? The history of colonisation in this country and its impacts today The relevance of Te Tiriti for Aotearoa & for the Deaf community No prior knowledge is necessary, all welcome. Morning tea, lunch ... Read more

Age concern services & Elder Abuse Awareness

Age Concern community Hall 33 Liardet Street,, New Plymouth

Come enjoy social morning cuppa with Age Concern members, learn about their services and listen to a speaker about Elder Abuse awareness. Variety of program activities for everyone to enjoy.

Free

Matariki Maori New Year

Deaf Society of Canterbury 80 Fitzgerald Ave, Christchurch

What is Matariki? Why does Matariki stars have their names and what does they mean? Learn about its culture, history and its Maori tradition. We have an opportunity to have bread makinig and making weaving into Matariki stars. Cha’ntel, our local Deaf Maori community member will do the presentation

Free

MATARIKI – MĀRAMA LUMINATE LIGHT TRAIL

Waitangi Park 363 State Highway 2, Awatoto, Clive

Learn about the Matariki star cluster and follow a trail of luminous stones, a traditional practise of Ngāti Pahauwera to guide them at night following the reflective glow of the opunga stone in moonlight. We will first meet at Clive Hotel to gather and discuss Matariki, from there we will ... Read more

Free

Community law Will and Power of Attorney

Zoom Online

Find out what an Enduring Power of Attorney is, what it means for your finances and wellbeing, how to set one up, and when it will come into force. Also find out what a Will is, and how you can use one to give things to the right people after ... Read more

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