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Dr Cat's News Update January 2022

Dr Cat contemplates her intentions for 2022, gives us an update on her recovery and recounts her summer holiday highlights.

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Dr Cat's News Update December 2021

Still in the recovery stage of her mastectomy, Dr Cat gives an update on her breast cancer journey, reflections on 2021 and her outlook for the new year.

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Dr Cat's News Update October 2021

It's been a tough month of lockdown but Dr Cat has had some great wins, including a TV appearance, new team member and even high-tech air-purification systems for TFP!

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Dr Cat's News Update September 2021

Cat headed up to Aitutaki for a couple of days of kiting, to get her skills back up before summer. She arrived back in Auckland just before the Level 4 announcement - then celebrated her birthday in lockdown style!

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Dr Cat's News Update August 2021

If you were already keeping an eye out on my social media, you probably will have seen that I had an upper eyelid blepharoplasty (skin removal surgery) with Paul Rosser this month. It’s only been three weeks, but I am already thrilled with the results.

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Dr Cat's News Update July 2021

The shortest day and Matariki (the Māori New Year) should traditionally mark a quieter time of year for us, but this year June has been super-busy with lots of training, media exposure, baby announcements, and wonderful new team members!

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Dr Cat's News Update June 2021

Wow, how are we halfway through the year already? I've had a busy month of media interviews, team trainings and a fun trip to Rotorua.

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Watch: Dr Cat Talks to One News About Cosmedicine For Teens Aged Under 18

In the UK, it will be illegal for clinics to offer dermal filler and injectable wrinkle relaxer to people under 18. Dr Cat explains why we need similar regulations in New Zealand - and why safety in this industry is so important.

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Dr Cat's News Update May 2021

This has been another wonderful month of fun and celebration for me - on ANZAC weekend I went to NZ Spirit Festival, had a wonderful time celebrating in a corporate box at the historic Six60 concert at Eden Park, and then got up super-early for Dawn Parade at the Auckland Museum Cenotaph.

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Dr Cat's News Update April 2021

It’s been a wonderful month of celebration, watching ETNZ win the America’s Cup on home waters, my first Splore festival, and a family festive gathering in Russell for Easter. On the work front, we had an incredibly fun brand photoshoot (only delayed by a year, thanks Covid)!

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Dr Cat's News Update March 2021

As we navigate our way through lockdown 4.0, I’m left wondering - how it is March again already? This time last year I was recovering from breast cancer surgery (lumpectomy and lymph node removal), and wow, what a year it has been!

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Dr Cat's News Update February 2021

I’ve been thoroughly enjoying all the America’s Cup action (again, we are so lucky to be in NZ right now!), and Auckland has such a buzzy vibe right now as the big boats fight it out to determine who will challenge Emirates Team NZ for the cup.

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Dr Cat's News Update January 2021

I feel so incredibly grateful to be living an ‘almost normal’ life in NZ while the rest of the world crashes back into further lockdowns. While 2021 brings the promise and new energy of a new year, I’m reminded to not take things for granted. 

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Banning Instagram Plastic Surgery Filters - Dr Cat's Take

Dr Cat talks about the recent move by Instagram to ban plastic surgery filters which create exaggerated features, unrealistically smoothed out skin, and even bruising emulating cosmetic surgery. 

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How ThermiVa Treats A Leaky Bladder

One in 20 women aged 20+ suffer from bladder leakage - called urinary incontinence - and this increases after childbirth and around menopause, increasing to 60% of women by the age of 60.

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Takapuna Car Park

Toka Puia AT Carpark has just opened at 15 Northcroft Street and we recommend this as the closest option. This is Pay by Plate or by app and $1 per hour.

We also suggest parking on Northcroft Street or Anzac Street using AT Pay & Display.

Anzac Street Carpark offers Pay & Display parking as well as monthly parking leases with casual parking from $1.

First 2 hours – $1 per hour
Hours thereafter – $2 per hour

Monday – Saturday 6pm – 8am No Charge
Sunday and Public Holidays- No Charge
Motorcycle and Mobility parking P180 – No Charge

Britomart Car Park

Currently this car park is offering 2 hours' free parking with a receipt of $50 or more from a Britomart store (such as The Face Place). We also recommend using the valet parking option at Britomart Car Park.

The Central Valet drop-off point is located on the corner of Gore and Tyler Streets, opposite Takutai Square. Drive in via the entrance on Gore Street, where you’ll be greeted by a friendly valet concierge. Just leave your engine running, take your ticket and off you go. Cars dropped here will be valet parked for you at Britomart Car Park. You can retrieve your car at any time by taking your valet ticket to Britomart Car Park Reception on the corner of Britomart Place and Scene Lane.

Valet parking is $20* for two hours (includes parking charges) $5 each additional half-hour to a daily maximum of $45 (to midnight). You just drop off your car and pick up a ticket, without the hassle of finding a parking space. It is available from 10am-8pm.