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23 days ago

Neighbourly being used for political purposes.

Gordon from Hillsborough

I could not find a way to contact Neighbourly.
How do we stop Jacinda Ardern using Neighbourly for spamming members' in-boxes with political advertising? Not acceptable!
Furthermore, her intrusion triggerred an email to me re its content, saying I could respond. When I clicked on the respond tab I found nowhere to respond.

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2 hours ago

Our kinda kindness at AMI

AMI Insurance

When a Christchurch school lost four classrooms to fire, retired AMI Branch Manager Philip Buckingham knew how he could help.

Philip – “ When one of our offices is relocated or refitted as a flexi workspace, there are all sorts of useful items left behind — stationery, file cabinets, chairs, desks, computer monitor arms. For years now, we have gathered it all up and donated it to schools; initially those hit particularly hard by the Christchurch earthquakes. It’s hard to explain, but it’s just in our DNA at AMI to help people. After the Russley School fire, there was an urgent need to get the kids some stationery. On my way home, I went to the school and spoke with the principal, Greg Lewis. We couldn’t have asked for a better principal for the school, he is such a great guy.”

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1 day ago

Will you miss using Lime and Wave e-scooters?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, as you've probably heard and noticed, Lime and Wave e-scooters must be off the streets today. However, Flamingo is still operating its rental e-scooters in the central suburbs. Here's some more information about where you can find them. Do you still use e-scooters? Are you missing Limes and Waves? Tell us in the comments.

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17 hours ago

Fire

Viv from Onehunga

Could the people who are burning things stop!!!! There is a fire ban.
That means you cannot burn stuff in your back yard.

It is true it is very difficult to understand the council website as you cant find out a simple answer but put the fire out. Ring the council to ask if you cant follow the website.


FENZ's Check It's Alright website could help anyone who was unsure about whether they can light fires in their area.

Those responsible could face a fine of up to $300,000 or a two-year jail sentence.