82 days ago

AMI proudly supporting New Zealand Red Cross Winter Warmers

AMI Insurance

AMI and New Zealand Red Cross Winter Warmers are back for the third year running!

We're proud to support Red Cross with the distribution of winter warmers packs across Taranaki, Wairarapa and Northland. Our teams have helped to deliver around 300 care packs supporting over 900 kiwis through the winter months this year. The recipients range in age from small children through to the elderly and they are all delighted to receive winter essentials that help them to get through the coldest months of the year.

Read more about this heart warming winter donation on the AMI Hub by visiting our website.

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3 hours ago

Get ready for summer

Cover Corp

Summer is just a CoverCorp awning away!

Your complete awning specialist for awning, canopies, patio screens and retractable roof systems.

Covercorp (formerly Rentex Canvas Company) has been in business for more than 28 Years. Our dedicated staff have a combined experience of more than 70 Years! You may not realize it, but many awnings in Auckland are an Original Covercorp Awning.

Contact us for your complimentary on-site consultation.
Webiste: www.covercorp.co.nz
Phone: 09 579 0570
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3 hours ago

Thank you Wattie's

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

We want to say a heartfelt thank you to Wattie’s NZ and the 150 schools who took part in this year's Cans for Good campaign. Thanks to the incredible effort of students, teachers and whānau, over 30,000 cans were collected and will make a huge difference to Salvation Army foodbanks around Aotearoa.

Wattie’s generously donated a further 25,000 cans taking the total number collected to over 56,000 cans.

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19 hours ago

Is Auckland Transport going too slow on speed cuts ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Central Leader

Auckland Transport's board may drop all or some of the planned speed restrictions on nearly 800 Auckland roads. Some might not make sense but if a lot are dropped following consultatio, how can Aucklanders be sure that it not simply because a reduction is unpopular? Read the story below:

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