Cyberlink Community Posts Archive
From time to time we put our old posts into an archive so as to keep Cyberlink looking fresh and new. The list below contains all of the archived posts.
Come along and hear some of the traditional carols and some new mixed with a time of reflection, dance and drama.
Come along and be inspired and reminded about this epic event, the first ever Christmas day, when Jesus was born to die, so that those who believe on Him, may live!
‘For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given: and the government shall be upon His shoulder: and His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. .Isaiah 9:6
A small cardboard box of car parts was lost between Kowai Grove and Omokoroa Automotive on Tuesday. If anyone has found it please contact Tony on 5482771.
For those of you not on FACEBOOK
Anchor stone Unveiling
Saturday at 10am to 11am
On 09 December a Child’s Bike Helmet was found in the vicinity of the Omokoroa Community Church.
It appears to be near new.
If it is yours it can be claimed by Phoning me…Kevin on 54181167.
Hello Omokoroa Friends,
Can you all please share this event on your Facebook pages?
If your free on Saturday morning it would be great to see you and I’ll have some amazing chocolate brownie for morning tea.
I have about 20 banana type boxes and a pile of bubble wrap which I would love to pass on to anyone who is about to move house
The Recovery Room’s Omokoroa clinic has been busy since I started and feedback has been really positive. My ‘Opening Special’ prices (see below) continue until Dec 18th so don’t miss out on treating yourself or someone else during this busy and stressful time of year. I offer Therapeutic and Relaxation Massage from my home on Margaret Drive on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (next year I will be offering more days). I also have vouchers available which are a great gift. If you buy before Dec 18th these will be at the Opening Special prices but can be used until June 2020. Please check out my facebook page for more information about me and reviews. https://www.facebook.com/therecoveryroomnz . You can book through my facebook and instgram pages or through this link https://www.fresha.com/providers/the-recovery-room-osica93u . Please check that you received a confirmation email after the booking to ensure that your booking has gone through properly. Or you can call/text me on 02102459106
60mins . $50
45mins . $40
30mins . $25 (these will be increased when I start up again in the new year)
I look forward to meeting you soon, Catherine McDonald
Remember the Christmas Pageant tonight Friday 7.30. Saturday 2 and 7pm
Carols and the Christmas story told. Free supper.
Omokoroa Community Church, Hamurana Road.
The Omokoroa Road upgrade from Western Avenue to Tralee Street will go ahead following the NZ Transport Agency’s agreement to co-fund the $8 million project with Western Bay of Plenty District Council.
News of The Transport Agency’s funding has been welcomed by Western Bay Mayor Garry Webber who says this strategic piece of road within Omokoroa is critical to cater for subdivision development and the planned population growth.
“The project will provide a safer environment and amenity for residents, motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians,” says Garry.
“This project adds to the upgraded section of Omokoroa Road that Council completed in 2018, running from the state highway to Western Avenue.”
The Agency’s Acting Director of Regional Relationships, Ross I’Anson, says the project will ensure Omokoroa Road is fit for purpose into the future.
“Omokoroa is a busy urban community and it’s important the local infrastructure is safe for the growing number of people using it. It’s good to see the project includes public transport improvements and amenities for pedestrians and cyclists.”
Construction of this two-lane 1100m of new roadway will include relocation of underground services, relocation of existing overhead power lines, upgrading stormwater pipes, a new watermain, road widening with kerb and channel, a footpath, shared pedestrian/cycleway, new bus stops, two new bus shelters and an upgrade of the Tralee Street/Margaret Place intersection.
Council will undertake consultation with directly affected landowners and finalise the draft design before going to tender in early 2020.
The project is expected to be delivered over the two construction seasons 2020/2021 with completion estimated to be by June 2021. Wider communication will be done with the Omokoroa community once the timing of the construction programme is confirmed.
During construction, some disruption to traffic can be expected and traffic management will be in place.