Month: January 2019

  • Gwynn Compton aims to bring fresh leadership to Kāpiti

    Gwynn Compton aims to bring fresh leadership to Kāpiti

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    Paraparaumu resident Gwynn Compton has promised to bring fresh leadership and a community-led approach to the Kāpiti Coast as he announced he is standing for Mayor, and as a Districtwide Councillor, in this year’s Kāpiti Coast District Council election. Living in Paraparaumu with his wife, Renee, and their two young sons, Alex and Leon, Gwynn Compton’s campaign…

  • 5Rhythms Dance and Movement Meditation

    5Rhythms Dance and Movement Meditation

    5Rhythms is a dynamic movement practice, created by Gabrielle Roth and practised around the world as a vehicle to enhance health and vitality and bring about real and lasting changes. It is an embodiment practice that ignites creativity, connection, and community. It is a simple process that anyone can do. No Previous experience necessary. [ad]…

  • 5 fun things to do with friends and family in Kapiti

    5 fun things to do with friends and family in Kapiti

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    Here are 5 fun things to do with your Friends and Family in Kapiti.  1. Go to the Beach! There’s never a better place to kick back and relax than the beach. There are a number of beautiful beaches along the Kapiti Coast, we have some of the nicest beaches in New Zealand. Each beach comes…

  • More kiwis are getting emergency alerts than ever – are you?

    More kiwis are getting emergency alerts than ever – are you?

    Almost twice as many people received the test Civil Defence emergency alert to their mobile phone at its last test – meaning more New Zealanders than ever are capable of getting a heads-up in an emergency. Minister of Civil Defence Hon Kris Faafoi says six out of 10 Kiwis (60 per cent) received the test…

  • Too many people killed over Christmas

    Too many people killed over Christmas

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    The official holiday period has ended with nine people tragically killed in crashes on New Zealand roads. The holiday period runs from December 24th to January the 3rd. This years road toll is 3 less then last years total, of 12. “My thoughts are with the families, friends and communities of the nine people who…