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COMMUNITY EVENT: FIX IT SATURDAY POP UP REPAIR CAFE – SATURDAY 29 MAY – 10AM-1PM

Have you got a small electrical, household item or piece of furniture that needs fixing? How about a bike needing repair or clothes to mend? The Rethink Waste repair cafe will run from 10am to 1pm, Saturday 29 May at ReStore 166 Tahunanui Drive, Tahunanui. Trial sponsored by Nelson City Council, Mitre10 Mega, Habitat for Humanity and Nelson Environment Centre.
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Are you aged 65+? Wondering which to get first, your free flu vaccine or your free COVID-19 vaccine?

Flu shots are available now and FREE for anyone 65 or older. If you’re under 65, you can get the flu shot from 17 May. It’s free if you’re at higher risk of getting very sick from flu. https://www.fightflu.co.nz/who-should-get-flu-shot You can have your annual flu shot and your COVID-19 vaccination, but not at the same time. Get your COVID-19 vaccination first if you have an appointment booked for it. If you do not have an appointment booked for a COVID-19 vaccination, get your flu shot first. Leave a gap of two weeks between the COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine.
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When can you get your free COVID-19 vaccine?

Wondering when you'll be offered your free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine? Nelson Marlborough Health, Nelson Bays Primary Health and Te Piki Oranga have started offering vaccination to Group 3 members and continue to offer it to Group 2. There are a lot of people in Group 3, which means you won't be invited immediately or at the same time as other people you know. Thanks for your patience. You'll hear directly from your GP (doctor or medical centre team) or Māori health provider when it's your turn. There are enough vaccines for everyone in our region aged 16 and over, and you'll be able to get it before the end of the year. Check out this website for more information: www.nmdhb.govt.nz/vaccine
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Lunchtime seminar on Mental Health and Climate Change

Climate change is the most critical issue of our time, impacting global but also inner ecosystems. Increasingly, climate crisis affects the hearts and minds of people in our communities. It can inspire us to change or it can immobilise us with anxiety. This lunchtime seminar will explore the mental health implications of climate change and help you explore ways to promote wellbeing. Speaker: Silvia Purdie is a sustainability consultant and trainer, counsellor & supervisor and Presbyterian minister. Place Consultancy: www.place.net.nz BYO lunch.
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