With Local Body Elections on the horizon, it is a good opportunity to understand the stance that local nominees for Councillor and the Maungakiekie part of the local board have on business in our area.
The focus for this Networking Breakfast will be asking the nominees’ to answer two questions in two minutes:
- What’s their number one priority for Onehunga?
- How will they support business if they are elected?
Come along and mingle with your business neighbours in a relaxed environment as well as gaining an understanding of each candidate’s position on business in Onehunga.
To register for this free event, please contact Angela on 09 636 8535 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Onehunga Business Association, together with Onehunga Police, is hosting a Crime Prevention Workshop for local businesses with the aim of reducing crime in our area and providing businesses with the skills to deal with crime.
Topics will include:
- How to reduce the risk of shop lifting
- How to reduce the risk of robbery, what to do in and after a robbery
- Safe cash management
- How to deal with a violent, verbally abusive or aggressive person
To register for this workshop, please contact Tevita on 09 636 8535 or email@example.com.
Imprisoned for poisoning her husband fifteen years earlier, Caroline Crale finds herself at death’s door and writes a letter to her daughter Carla expressing her undeniable innocence. Carla, aided by Justin Fogg – a former admirer of Caroline’s – persuades those present on the day of her father’s death to return to the scene of the crime. When witnesses reassemble, Fogg discovers the identity of the true murderer, and Carla discovers her true feelings for Fogg.
A community theatre production by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd and NZ Play Bureau Ltd.
Three historic buildings will be open for viewing and there’ll be photo displays of the fencibles journey to Onehunga.
Learn about settlers and the trees they brought to Onehunga on this guided walk.
Take a horse & carriage ride up Onehunga Mall and celebrate Onehunga’s heritage.
Learn about early fencibles & settlers who journeyed to & built Onehunga on this one and a half hour guided walk.
Enjoy a heritage themed storytime about two boys travelling from Onehunga Wharf to the Awhitu Peninsula and their camping adventures.
Enjoy a cup of tea while browsing the display tables in the church. An archivist will be on hand to answer questions about church graves & information on the building.
Join us for maritime stories, when sailing from Onehunga to New Plymouth was the quickest route south and ferry services linked the settlements around the Manukau Harbour.