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2 hours ago - Christchurch
For every 4hr package purchase i will give $10 discount off future bookings taken in the next subsequent 3 months !!!
6 hours ago - Kerikeri
Quail Ridge Country Club situated in the beautiful town of Kerikeri is getting a bowling green. The turf is being prepared now and will be a four lane bowling green and short walking distance for all residents. So if you like your bowls come along and see our new addition to Quail Ridge.
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13 hours ago
What’s in the news around NZ? In this post we cover recent articles of interest published by a variety of news organisations around NZ including NZ Herald, Otago Daily Times, Radio NZ, Stuff.co.nz, Beehive.govt.nz, Newshub. to name but a few. To access the article simply click on the link provided and you will be able to read …
1 day ago
You wouldn’t think that being able, or unable, to cut our toenails would be the “tipping point” between independence and needing help, but according to research done over the last 20-25 it is. The research conducted by the Newcastle University shows us that as we get older, we lose our ability to carry out every …
Generally, Retirement Village operators have designed serviced apartments (and other similar services) so that increasing (or decreasing) ‘packages’ of support can be offered as residents’ needs change. However, rather than making assumptions about your increasing need for support (and running the risk that you over look something that might be able to be addressed/treated) it is...
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