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INDIAN SUMMER ON POINT | Featured Articles PLANTING A SAFE HAVEN FOR NATURE ?>

PLANTING A SAFE HAVEN FOR NATURE

One of the major objectives of Kaipatiki Project’s restoration activities at Hobsonville Point is to replace the roar of vintage aeroplane engines with the beating of feathered wings and the calls of native birds. This winter volunteers at the Engine Bay nursery, a growing number of whom are Point residents, have joined forces with local families, other new residents, community and corporate groups to plant a massive 4,000 new native plants along the coastal walkway between the nursery (on Bomb…

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INDIAN SUMMER ON POINT | Featured Articles Recettes Les D`Elise Philosophy – with owner Lucrece Gradenigo ?>

Recettes Les D`Elise Philosophy – with owner Lucrece Gradenigo

Recettes d’Elise was established in 2010. The genesis of my food business came about six years ago following my plan to have a romantic evening at home with my husband, I being French, prepared a tray of delicious cheeses, selection of pates, and of course good wine, etc. Cheese and wine no problem!  The Pates, on the other hand, were a big disappointment and the whole selection ended up in the bin. Thus ensued a discussion about the poor quality…

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INDIAN SUMMER ON POINT | Featured Articles OCTOBER ISSUE 10 ?>

OCTOBER ISSUE 10

Hello everyone, welcome to the October issue of the paper, this month we have articles on planting, mayoral and council candidates as well as some informative health related articles. Next month, we will be having a photo competition so if anyone is interested in a chance for their photo to be featured in the paper; please forward your photos to me and we’ll publish them on our Facebook page, and the one with the most votes will be our lucky…

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