517 days ago

Seniors Newsletter

The Team from Office for Seniors

Have you read our June Seniors newsletter? In this issue we discuss the Older Workers Employment Action Plan, Budget 2022 and hear from Equal Employment Commissioner Saunoamaali'i Karanina Sumeo. Read it here now: bit.ly...

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1 day ago

Win this brand-new home!

Heart Foundation

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1 day ago

Summer Savings Tips

The Team from NZ Compare

Worried about high power bills with the aircon running? Need data for road trips? Heading away for a couple of weeks and want to avoid overpaying on your bills?

Discover the ultimate guide to Summer Savings in our latest article! Let the sun shine without burning your budget this holiday season. Dive into the tips now!
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14 days ago

Should speed limits be lowered to make roads safe?

Katie Townshend Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Eight options for lowering speed limits across Nelson-Tasman are heading out for consultation after a series of meetings by both local councils. The proposed changes could see urban roads with limits of 30kph outside schools, and 40kph in school neighbourhoods, some town centres, and streets without separated cycle facilities. In rural areas, it could mean 30 to 60kph outside schools, 60kph in residential areas, and 80kph limits for high risk roads. What's your view - do speed limits need to drop?