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Organic broccoli 💚

Broccoli is a good source of fibre and protein, and contains iron, potassium, calcium, selenium and magnesium as well as the vitamins A, C, E, K and a good array of B vitamins including folic acid.

Pad Thai for tea tonight?

Order online: www.thai2go.menu
Phone: ‭ ‭03 451 1414‬
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6 hours ago

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@danceworksnz classes!

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If you need to talk to someone, the following free helplines operate 24/7:

DEPRESSION HELPLINE: 0800 111 757
LIFELINE: 0800 543 354
SAMARITANS: 0800 726 666
YOUTHLINE: 0800 376 633 or text 234
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10 hours ago

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Hey Queenstown!
Here at FOGO Brazilian BBQ Experience we are running our incredible Full Brazilian ALL YOU CAN EAT BBQ Experience early bird booking special! 
$49.95 if you book between 5-6pm online!
If you can’t make it before 6 we still have our FULL BBQ for $62.95 EVERYDAY!!!

Hey Queenstown!
Here at FOGO Brazilian BBQ Experience we are running our incredible Full Brazilian 'ALL YOU CAN EAT' BBQ Experience early bird booking special!
$49.95 if you book between 5-6pm online!
If you can’t make it before 6 we still have our FULL BBQ for $62.95 EVERYDAY!!!
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Hey Hemp Co. is a naturopathic health & well-being company with a focus on high-quality hemp products by using local hemp & superior refinement processes. We believe in healing people inside and out & we aim to educate that the practical benefits of hemp are for everyone to experience.

Hemp Seed Oil (Full-Spectrum) is known for pain, stress, and anxiety relief. It is an anti-inflammatory, that promotes healthy sleep, and mental clarity. A source of essential nutrients & healthy fatty acids such as Omega 3-6-9, Hemp Seed Oil has numerous benefits to our body.

Check our website for more amazing products
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Instagram: www.instagram.com/heyhempco/
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Breast Cancer Foundation NZ have their annual Pink Ribbon Walk coming up on the 11th of October in Queenstown Gardens. The event sees participants dress up in pink and walk either 5km or 10km to raise funds for breast cancer research, education and support. All the information can be found here: https://pinkribbonwalk.co.nz/queenstown

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ have their annual Pink Ribbon Walk coming up on the 11th of October in Queenstown Gardens. The event sees participants dress up in pink and walk either 5km or 10km to raise funds for breast cancer research, education and support. All the information can be found here: pinkribbonwalk.co.nz/queenstown ... See MoreSee Less

Queenstown News, Issue# 175, 22/09/20
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Queenstown News, Issue# 175, 22/09/20
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4 weeks ago

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So what is happening with Queenstown Airport Corp's statement of intent?

Glyn Lewers, member of the QAC-QLDC steering group formed to improve timeliness and substance of communications on the SOI, has now responded to last week's query:

"We have a steering group meeting with QAC end of this month. We had our first meeting as a steering group without QAC end of June. Our first Steering group/QAC meeting was first week of July.

SOI is up for discussion this coming meeting then informally with the rest of Council during September before our final steering group QAC end of September before the October 29 Council meeting."

You might remember councillors agreed to the pre-Covid SOI, despite it being already redundant, and gave QAC some seven months to write its Covid-19 survival strategy. Previous posts have highlighted our response to this.

The steering group was set up as a conduit between councillors and QAC - not as a subcommittee to shape the SOI separately (with QAC head honchos) from their councillor colleagues.

We understand there has been no formal discussion around the council table of the $300k-odd MartinJenkins social and economic impact report that was meant to help shape the SOI.

Nor any strategic objectives set for QAC by councillors.
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4 weeks ago

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So what is happening with Queenstown Airport Corp's statement of intent?

Glyn Lewers, member of the QAC-QLDC steering group formed to improve timeliness and substance of communications on the SOI, has now responded to last week's query:

"We have a steering group meeting with QAC end of this month. We had our first meeting as a steering group without QAC end of June. Our first Steering group/QAC meeting was first week of July.

SOI is up for discussion this coming meeting then informally with the rest of Council during September before our final steering group QAC end of September before the October 29 Council meeting."

You might remember councillors agreed to the pre-Covid SOI, despite it being already redundant, and gave QAC some seven months to write its Covid-19 survival strategy. Previous posts have highlighted our response to this.

The steering group was set up as a conduit between councillors and QAC - not as a subcommittee to shape the SOI separately (with QAC head honchos) from their councillor colleagues.

We understand there has been no formal discussion around the council table of the $300k-odd MartinJenkins social and economic impact report that was meant to help shape the SOI.

Nor any strategic objectives set for QAC by councillors.
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4 weeks ago

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It’s official

It’s officialDo you think this winter has been less snowy than normal? Because it has...

In this post, we'll break down the climatic causes of a less snowy than usual winter season 🏔️

☀️ Frequent high pressure: this brought long periods of settled weather, particularly to the South Island, throughout winter.

🌊 Above average coastal sea temperatures: this helped to fuel a top-3 warm winter for Aotearoa and meant that those cold southerlies coming in from the Southern Ocean were modified or made milder before reaching our shores.

🌬️ More sub-tropical northeasterly winds than normal: a tropical climate driver called La Niña started to develop early in winter, spelling warmer winds from the northeast. This winds dried out as they traversed the interior South Island and Alps and may continue to be an issue through spring.

📈 A long-term warming trend: the handprints of climate change are all over this. Think of it this way: cold temperature extremes can still occur in our warming world, but they are becoming less and less likely. Winter 2020 will seem very cold to someone living in the year 2120.

Read more: niwa.co.nz/news/snow-has-been-low-but-theres-more-to-come-say-scientists

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