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Reward yourself while helping others.

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Visique Onehunga is supporting work in the Pacific to help restore the sight of those affected by eye disease. VOSO (Volunteer Ophthalmic Services Overseas) is an organisation that was started back in the early 1980s by a small team of optometrists.  They recognised that small Pacific Island communities lacked eye care resources and skills, and that they could make a significant contribution in this area.    

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Once in a lifetime experience

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Five months teaching at the Chandan Ballie Technical School in China has been one of the highlights in the life of former Onehunga High School teacher Ben Corbett.   

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Girls lead local cricket

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Royal Oak Intermediate had a great day ‘not out’ when they represented their school at the Central Zone Cricket Tournament in the first term of school this year.  

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Harbour businesses can improve visibility

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Information presented from a survey on April 30 could help businesses and organisations around the Manukau Harbour improve their online visibility. 

The survey was carried out by Auckland University of Technology’s New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (NZTRI) on behalf of the The Manukau Harbour Restoration Society (MHRS).  

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Local cancer survivor pedals for a cause

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Leith Deverell hopped on to his spin bike at the Community Leisure Management’s (CLM) Onehunga gym last year to take part in their first REVathon. With much will and determination, Leith pedalled the full 24 hours of the indoor cycling event, an accomplishment not many 54-year-olds achieve.  

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A trip down memory lane

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A nostalgic musical journey will be the theme of the Dalewool Auckland Brass Band’s annual ANZAC Concert on April 26. 

Fresh from a second placing at the National Brass Band Championships, the Band will be performing its usual ANZAC duties this year.  

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