1338 days ago

2017 / 2018 Membership is now open. (Ponsonby Bowling Club Inc.)

Bernie Connolly from Ponsonby Bowling Club

The 2017 / 2018 Bowling season has now commenced, so come along and join the Ponsonby Bowling Club, and keep the tradition of lawn bowls going.
We have a great clubroom, with both a natural green and an all weather green, so as long as the rain stays away, you can play lawn bowls.

Alternately, the next season of Mates In Bowls starts in November, so grab a couple of friends and enter a team (3 players) and enjoy the most social version of lawn bowls. More details are on our web site. (www.ponsonbybowls.nz)

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1 day ago

Could the geat Polynesian migration turn kids on to science and tech

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Like many, Sir Ian Taylor learned only at the age of 68 about the Polynesian migrations across the Pacific Ocean. He hopes a new education website will inspire especially maori and pasifika kids they have innovation in their DNA. Did you know the stories? Read below:

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2 days ago

Poll: Are you in favour of V-shaped pruning to avoid power lines?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Another Auckland suburb has come under fire for unattractive tree pruning.

Waterview’s Alford St made headlines last week after residents complained the trees had been cut into unsightly V-shapes by Auckland Council contractor Treescape.

Doria Johnson, who lives on Scott Rd in Papakura, said the trees on her road have had the same treatment, from the same contractor.

Every single tree has been cut down the middle to avoid the power lines, she said.

“It’s not just my tree, it's the entire street ... It looks like a nightmare, it's disgusting.”

Read more of Mina Kerr-Lazenby's story here on Stuff:

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Are you in favour of V-shaped pruning to avoid power lines?
  • 5.4% Yes
    5.4% Complete
  • 89.3% No
    89.3% Complete
  • 5.4% I'm neutral
    5.4% Complete
56 votes
2 hours ago

Missing French teen Eloi Rolland: Friends and family still have no answers a year on

Caroline Williams Reporter from Auckland Stuff

In 2019, French teenager Eloi Rolland arrived in New Zealand to study. He partied, got a job and made friends. But six months later he disappeared without a trace. A year on, police say “his fate remains unknown” and his case looks set to be referred to the coroner. Caroline Williams reports.

During his time in Auckland, Rolland went to the zoo, enjoyed nights out, worked at a popular bar, dabbled in modelling and, with friends, visited Piha on the rugged west coast.

Before his disappearance, Rolland expressed to his family that he wished to visit Piha again, and on March 6 last year, he did just that.

He has not been seen or heard from since.

“Each day we feel more and more worried and more helpless," his father Thierry Rolland tells Stuff.

Click 'read more' for our full report.