46 days ago

Round the Bays

The Team from Auckland Council

Ports of Auckland Round the Bays is back! Join us on Sunday 8 March 2020 to enjoy a walk, run or dance with your friends and whanau along Auckland’s waterfront.

To help you get ready, we have a great $149 package (worth over $200!) which includes:
● Single adult event entry
● Three month ‘Corporate’ all-access Auckland Council Pools & Leisure membership (gym, pool, spa, aqua/group fitness classes) with access to over 40 sites, Auckland-wide
● Access to a social run club
● Be part of the ‘Get active your way’ team and get a team t-shirt or singlet
● Fun at Madill's Farm!
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1 hour ago

What's On: Foxtail Rumble 50’s&60’s Music Event

Adrian from Albany Heights

1950’s & 60’s Rock'n Roll extravaganza. Toe tapping music, Hot Rods and light food available will make for a great afternoon in the countryside. Entry $15 p/p or $35 p/family
Foxtail Rumble 50’s&60’s Music Event
  • Kaipara Coast Plant Centre & Sculpture Gardens
1 day ago

Poll: A Comfortable Mattress: Luxury Or Necessity?

Beds 4 U Henderson

A good and comfortable mattress is often related to luxury but is it more of a necessity? Your entire day, behavior towards other people and even your performance at your work depends on how good you sleep. A comfortable mattress helps you get sound sleep, and that brings a lot of positive changes in every part of your life. Read the full blog on our website: beds4u.co.nz...

A Comfortable Mattress: Luxury Or Necessity?
  • 16.8% Luxury
    16.8% Complete
  • 82.4% Necessity
    82.4% Complete
  • 0.8% Not Sure
    0.8% Complete
125 votes
4 hours ago

Changes to AT HOP fares from Sunday 9 February

Sheralee Neighbourly Lead from Te Atatu Peninsula

AT HOP fares will be changing on Sunday 9 February. Some bus and train fares will be increasing between 3 cents and 10 cents. Individual ferry AT HOP fares will increase between 5 cents and 10 cents, while there will be no changes to cash fares.

These fare changes are to keep pace with increasing costs and the portion of the cost that is recovered from fares. Around 50% of the cost of public transport is subsidised by Auckland Council and New Zealand Transport Agency.