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9 hours ago - Waikanae
New ear wax suctioning service by our registered ear nurse, Amy. Suctioning available every Tuesday and Thursday from 9.30am to 1.00pm. Please ring for an appointment. No wax, no charge! $45 for an appointment.
13 hours ago - Gore
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15 hours ago
With banks operating stricter rules on lending, and property prices rising, many adult children have been leaning on the bank of mum and dad to give them a leg up on to the property market. So many, in fact, that the bank of mum and dad has been given an official name: Bomad. In 2017, …
16 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 …
There are a variety of reasons for this, although most people have generally experienced deterioration in health and are having difficulty with managing at home. (Please note: an assessment by an authorised service is required prior to entry to residential care.) The following are five typical pre-entry situations: Mr T has had some time to anticipate the move into residential care bu...