44 days ago

Crash Corner Update

Denise Lee from Denise Lee MP

Hi neighbours,

Construction at Crash Corner (Church and Victoria Street intersection, Onehunga) is well underway!

As we gear up for the busy part of Christmas, construction will halt from Monday 9th December (today) and will re-commence on Thursday 26th December.

During this second phase of construction, the intersection will be fully closed. From the 26th December to the 15th January, detours will be in place but access to properties around the intersection will be maintained.

I hope you are keeping sane during the silly season. Please remember to drive safe on our local roads, particularly as road layouts change.

For any project related questions, please contact site manager Gareth Jones on 027 403 1551 or my office on 0800 DENISEMP.

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The Team from Kohimarama Bowling Club

Join us for a roll up - TONIGHT - Wednesday Social Fun Bowls, only $5. All you need is flat-soled shoes. Stay for friendly bar service and an optional takeaway meal. Ditch the devices and have a great night out.

5.30- 6.15 arrive , register and bowls practice, order your dinner *
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Keep safe this summer!

Ministry for Primary Industries

The summer months are the perfect time for entertaining friends and family, and whether it’s a dinner party or BBQ, good food will always be on the menu. But, did you know that half of all food poisoning occurs in the home? Follow the three simple Cs – clean, cook, chill to avoid getting ill this summer. We all want to keep our friends and families safe, so remember these easy steps while cooking.

Check out foodsafety.govt.nz/ccc for handy food safety tips.
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