160 days ago

An important update for all you Auckland plant lovers…

Kings Plant Barn Takapuna

We are excited to be re-opening all of our stores and Kings Garden Cafe cafes when New Zealand moves into Alert Level 2 tomorrow!

We can’t wait to see you all in-store, however we do ask you to be mindful of a few key things:

Store hours will be 9am – 4pm⠀
Staff and customers must stay 2 metres apart at all times – this may require us to limit numbers in-store⠀
We’re unable to accept cash payments
Our cafes will require you to register for contact tracing purposes⠀
Staff will be cleaning surfaces regularly

If you’d prefer to shop without leaving your bubble, we are still welcoming Click & Collect and phone orders.

See you tomorrow – we’re so excited to help you get growing again

#onesleeptogo #reopening #shoplocalnz

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More messages from your neighbours
4 hours ago

Keep an eye on daily water usage

The Team from Auckland Council

As the drier months set in, you’ll be seeing this water gauge quite a bit. It’s a way for metropolitan Auckland to keep an eye on daily water usage. The aim is to stay in the green and below the daily target.

To see the gauge in action, visit www.watercare.co.nz

If you’re on tank water, when did you last look inside your tank? If you rely on rain to keep your household taps flowing, toilet flushing or stock watered, now’s a good time to check your levels, monitor your usage and look at booking a top-up early. Secure your water future by investing in an additional tank.
Find out more

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7 days ago

Lower-cost plan to hook water tanks to mains supply

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, More than 4,000 households on rain tank water supply will be given a lower-cost option to top up from the mains. The price is not yet known, but will be cheaper than a $7k full connection. Good idea? Read the story below:

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20 hours ago

Ardern's landslide now confronts Auckland's to-do list

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, The Labour landslide removes most of the excuses (New Zealand First) offered for why some big Auckland projects didn't happen last term. So will it now all be go ? Read the story below: