So this is a concerning one - a drone was seen flying over a Te Atatū Peninsula woman's property the day before a $4500 statue was stolen from her garden.
The incident happened as the Government assesses what it can do about rogue and dangerous drone operators.
To read more, click here.
Are you worried about drones being used by thieves to case your property - or has this happened to you?
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We are a couple in our 60s and we are returning to NZ from 20th Jan to 1st May 2019 or there abouts. We can garden, pet sit and look after your property. We have references and are also prepared to pay electricity, water, rent . We are in Europe now but can correspond through Neighbourly. Please pm me if you have a need for the whole period or part of. Thank you.
The event lineup for Auckland in 2019 has something for everyone.
Are you in need of some tips for cutting down your grocery bill? Auckland blogger Stacey Sampson might be able to help.
After a financial emergency drained her and her husband of all their savings, they were left with just $60 in their bank account to feed their three kids.
Now every month she does a "cheap week" that helps cut costs and minimise food wastage. To read about Stacey and her food tips, click here.
"This month we've done it twice to save some extra for Christmas," she says.
Is this something that you do in your family? Or is it something you'd like to try? Share your thoughts, or your own grocery tips to help your neighbours, in the replies below.
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