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Auckland Plumbers Group helps flush away poverty

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Imagine being one of the 2.3 billion inhabitants of this planet who do not have access to a proper toilet. Poverty, compounded by conflict and natural disasters, means there are a vast number of people who do not have access to a safe, sanitary latrine. Lack of access, and lack of education, lead to disease and death. 

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Fairy Steps for Ella

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Ella Yearbury’s bubbly personality is that of a regular four year old - bright and talkative, with a bit of sass. And like most little girls her age, she adores fairies, and loves playing with baby dolls. But what sets this youngster apart from the rest, is her battle for a better quality of life. 

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Little Free Pantry helps out those in need

Kaye McKean hopes that more people can donate food to the pantry

Kaye McKean hopes that more people can donate food to the pantry

A free food venture in Onehunga is already making its mark in the community. The Little Free Pantry, in Brookfield Avenue, off Onehunga Mall, is stocked daily with donated food, and is quickly emptied by people that need it. 

 

 

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Oranga Multicultural day

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On Saturday the 4th of November, Oranga Primary held a Multicultural Day, to celebrate the school’s diversity. Performers and staff wore colourful cultural outfits – in contrast to the grey clouds that blanketed the sky. Principal Diana Peri, set the tone, wearing a beautiful Polynesian-inspired flower head-dress. The event was planned to take place outdoors, but wet weather moved friends and families under cover. The large doors of the hall were opened up, and guests quickly filled seats. 

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Church services

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New Hope Fellowship

8 Waller Street. Ph: 636 1513

Sunday 24th December, 10am. Christmas Service.

Onehunga Co-operating Parish

Corner Grey Street & Onehunga Mall. Ph: 636 4587

 

 

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Wanted: a picture postcard view

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The sight of the large transmission pylons stretching across the Onehunga foreshore and the pretty bays of Hillsborough cannot, by any stretch of the imagination, be called a picture postcard view. However, Roskill Community Voice (RCV) has used the view on their  own postcard campaign to bury the pylons, and as an effective way of getting political attention.

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