933 days ago

Do you feel safe when you surf the Internet?

Serge from Handy Apps

Hi everyone!

- Do you feel confident when you click web links on web-pages or your emails?
- Are you tired of spam and unsolicited emails?
- Is the Internet secure enough for your children?

Last year thousands of New Zealanders lost thousands of dollars because of ransomware and other computer viruses.

Protect your data, protect your kids and family by installing Dr.Web Security Space.

This astonishing antivirus:
1. provides innovative and reliable protection;
2. includes a Free license for your Android or BlackBerry device;
3. has Parental Control feature;
4. protects important data with the invulnerable backup mechanism;
5. supports all types of OS (Windows, MacOS, Linux and Android TV).

The prices for the 1-year license* are just:
1 PC - $25
3 PCs - $45
5 PCs - $75

*2-year and 3-year licenses are available on request.

As an official local distributor, we provide free consultations and full technical support for all Dr.Web products.

Price: $25

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5 hours ago

Are your school leavers struggling to find work?

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star-Times is investigating unemployment in young people, particularly those who have just graduated high school or university and are struggling to find work, even part-time work, possibly because of Covid. If you or your child would be willing to speak to us please email warwick.rasmussen@stuff.co.nz.

1 day ago

Poll: Are you planning to open your door to trick-or-treaters this Saturday night?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

As Halloween edges closer, some Auckland streets are going all out to decorate their homes and stock up on sugary treats.

Others will be banning trick-or-treaters this Saturday night in post-pandemic New Zealand.

Are you planning to open your door to trick-or-treaters this Saturday night?
  • 25.2% Yes
    25.2% Complete
  • 74.8% No
    74.8% Complete
618 votes
2 hours ago

Pōhutukawa vandalism: Allegations among Karaka residents - was it an inside job?

Reporter Reporter from Auckland Stuff

A series of accusatory hand-written notes have been delivered to residents of Harbourside Drive following Sunday’s vandalism of several trees.

Locals are feeling “absolutely disgusted” at the suggestion that they are behind the incident, which involved a vandal felling eight street pōhutukawa trees with a chainsaw.

Paul and Sue Wilson, who have lived on the road for over 10 years, arrived home on Monday from a trip to Waiheke Island to find a line of felled trees and a curt hand-written note in their letterbox.