Urgh - another week of lockdown. Another week of no coffee, missing takeaways, and shaggy hair. Please consider helping a small business by buying a voucher for that thing you miss the most - they get the cash now, when they need it, and you can look forward to using your voucher when we can. Win/win.
The wheels are in motion to refurbish the 1908 Māori Hall at 5 Edinburgh St, just off Karangahape Road. The project aims to bring the hall back to life with community events that support youth development, the arts and locals' wellbeing.
To support the project, you can donate via boosted.org.nz...
This project is being run by Point Chevalier Social Enterprise Trust and Pacific Islanders' Presbyterian Church Newton. The donation page closes at the end of October 2021.
Thanks KRoad Business Association
An exciting way to stay active during the Covid-19 lockdown, explore Auckland and win prizes has arrived in the form of the Street Art Bike Challenge.
To participate people simple need to snap a photo of themselves, their bike, a piece of street art, and share the photo with the hashtag #streetartbikechallenge.
The event will run throughout October and aims to encourage people to cycle around the city and stay active throughout the Covid-19 lockdown.
It is being hosted by EcoMatters Bike Hubs, who have compiled a map of over 200 street art pieces around Auckland to get people started.
Over $1000 worth in prizes are up for grabs. Will you be participating in the Street Art Bike Challenge?
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I have noticed over the last 2 days AT's ticketing vehicle with the cameras patrolling our streets. We are in residential zone Grey Lynn and the streets are empty of cars and they should not be ticketing at this time. BE KIND!