Utrecht Library hosted the launch of Library Week on June 15. Aimed at encouraging residents to make full use of library services, the event welcomed learners and teachers from schools in the area. “The purpose of this initiative… Emphasised that knowledge is power and the best place to gain that knowledge is through the local…
A resident approached the Advertiser in May, with complaints of a truck frequently parked on the pavement of Stinkhout Street.
“An opportunity like this is a once in a lifetime thing, and will definitely advance my music skills.”
Some of the items on sale included women and children’s clothing, toys, Tupperware, beauty products, arts and crafts, shoes, abayas, scarves and more.
Karateka also practiced everything kata, kobudu and basic fighting skills; these formed an important role in competitions and grading.
“We appeal to individuals and businesses to come forward and assist us.”
Architects, contractors, project managers and chairman of the board at Mediclinic, Doctor Otto Nel were seen on site, ready to kick-start the new venture.
Well-known resident, Aunty Barbie, also celebrated her 85th birthday on the day.
My mother has been living with Alzheimer’s for a number of years and has deteriorated badly these last few weeks. I know my father left her some money
Khulisa allegedly closed shop in Newcastle during the month of May, along with other branches throughout KwaZulu-Natal.
As of September, the RFL committee will look at painting Newcastle purple.