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Onehunga’s rock star connection - Keith Stephens from Advanced Flight

 

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Flying rock stars like Mick Jagger and U2 around the North Island have been highlights for CEO of Advanced Flight Ltd, Keith Stephens. 

Advanced Flight’s base, the award winning Auckland Heliport at the end of Miami Parade, is one of the less well-known parts of Auckland’s transport infrastructure. But with around a dozen helicopters, mostly Bell or Airbus models, flying from the heliport, it is a very busy operation. 

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Children win big in Easter promotion

 

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The Onehunga Business Association’s Easter Egg Hunt was as successful as ever this year. Hundreds of entries were received; that is a lot of people visiting local retailers. The winner of the enormous hamper, which has been gracing the OBA reception area for the past week, came over from Devonport to hunt for the eggs. Ten year-old Charlotte persuaded her mum to drive over and explore Onehunga on Easter Monday, and the North Shore residents were delighted with what they discovered. Describing the area as a “hidden gem”, the loved the atmosphere of the town centre and had a great day out. 

 

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Easter services

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Onehunga Co-operating Parish
Grey Street Church & St Stephen’s Church, phone 636 4587

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School holidays at your libraries

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The theme across Auckland’s libraries these holidays is “Construction Wizards”. Building and making magic is the order of the day.  

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Polyfest time again

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The colour and energy of Polyfest was once again on show from the 14th to the 16th of March. Students from both Onehunga High School and Marcellin College performed their hearts out for their schools.  

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Bunnies invade Onehunga

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Beware of the bunnies around town on Saturday, the 15th of April. They will be handing out Easter eggs to young shoppers, between 10.30am and 2.30pm, as part of the Onehunga Business Association’s Easter promotion. The fun will continue at the Sir William Jordan Recreation Centre, managed by the YMCA, where there will be bouncy castles, face painting, a magic show and more, from 11am to 3pm. With so much for children to do, this is a great way to start the school holiday.  

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