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59 days ago

Copy of Letter To Editor

Alan from Rangiora

"Having completed a recent holiday of the Upper South Island, I made a couple interesting observations - has anybody noticed there seems to be no Rubbish Bins in the rest areas between Nelson and Murchison. Where are we meant to put our rubbish - on the side of the road, maybe?

Also a couple of Motels that we stayed in, had Signs Up saying that they recycle, and encouraging visitors to separate their recyclable waste from general waste.

Imagine my surprise, when I saw one of the motels owners/franchise holders put the container holding Recycled Plastic, into the container holding Landfill Waste, when he thought no one was looking.

Also, sadly, I observed the same thing happen in one of the Christchurch Malls. My question is, that a lot of advertising goes into telling us to recycle when in reality, .....

I wonder how widespread this practise is, that "gives" the illusion of doing the right thing.

More messages from your neighbours
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3 hours ago

What's On: Free community concert

Nicole from Christchurch Central

Featuring local and international talent, including Tui winner Amiria Grenell and Seattle Baroque-folk duo Glass Heart String Choir. Gold coin for Kaiapoi Food Forest. Presented by Waimakariri Community Arts Council.
Free community concert
  • Victoria Park
1 day ago

Poll: Clothesline Wire - Coated or Uncoated?

William from SwiftDry Clotheslines NZ

From your experience, which of the below would you much rather use on your clothesline?

We'd love to know what your preference is and let us know why in the comments!

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Clothesline Wire - Coated or Uncoated?
  • 73.3% Plastic Coated Clothesline Wire or Cord
    73.3% Complete
  • 26.7% Galvanised Clothesline Wire
    26.7% Complete
  • 0% Other - Please note in the comments
    0% Complete
45 votes
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6 hours ago

GARAGE SALE tomorrow Saturday

Michelle from Rangiora

GARAGE SALE Saturday 25th January 9am to 12midday.
80 BELMONT AVE. Retro clothing, antique furniture, women's golf clubs, bikes, toys etc. Big clean out.