43 days ago

Parking in the city centre - how it's managed & enforced - CCRG Monthly Mtg

CCRG from Auckland City Centre Residents' Group - CCRG

Parking in the city centre - how it is managed & enforced - Interested? Rick Bidgood, AT Manager Parking Enforcement & Alok Vashista, AT Parking Design Manager will be presenting to the first half of our City Centre Residents' monthly meeting, questions? Come along!

At Ellen Melville Centre of course - Betty Wark Rm
Mon 2 March 6pm

More info on where, when, and agenda : www.ccrg.org.nz...

AT's 2015 Parking strategy: bit.ly...

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1 hour ago

Got the baking bug in your bubble?

The Team from Auckland Museum

We think you’ll love this New Zealand Hot Cross and Cold Cross Bun recipe from Aunt Daisy's Cookery Book of Approved Recipes, from our collection.

Maud Ruby Basham (30 August 1879 – 14 July 1963), professionally known as Aunt Daisy, was a well-loved New Zealand radio broadcaster. Her 30-minute daily morning show ran from 1933 to 1963. Her role was primarily to promote household products and to boost morale during World War II. Try out this recipe and it might just boost your morale! Best served hot with lashings of butter…

Aunt Daisy’s full recipe and other activities for the Easter Weekend are over at our Auckland Museum at Home Hub!
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9 hours ago

Who do you miss most during lockdown?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, From grandparents to best friends, mums to grandchildren – Kiwis have opened up about who they miss the most two weeks into the coronavirus lockdown and shared messages for loved ones outside their bubbles in a touching video created by an Auckland-based production company.
Who do you miss most during lockdown? Warning: The video in this story may make your eyes leak.

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1 day ago

Maungarei/Mt Wellington fire caused by fireworks

Caroline Williams Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, a large fire on Maungarei seen from across the city on Tuesday night was "very likely" caused by fireworks, Fire and Emergency NZ said, adding that a group of about eight people had been seen acting suspicious in the area prior to the fire. The Tūpuna Maunga Authority is now calling for a total ban on the private sale of fireworks, given it has only been six months since Guy Fawkes night fireworks caused fires on Maungarei and Maungawhau/Mt Eden.
"Only a national ban on the sale of fireworks will prevent them being in the hands of people who continue to put the public and our ancestral heritage at risk," authority chair Paul Majurey said.

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