241 days ago

No more tsunami sirens

Tori Tokalau Reporter from Western Leader

Kia ora neighbours, tsunami sirens are being disestablished from Dec 1, with the Emergency Mobile Alert now notifying the public about dangerous tsunami threats.

Sirens deactivated are in Point Wells, Whangateau and Omaha in the Rodney areas, Hobsonville, Waiwera, Herald Island, and Bethells / Te Henga, Piha, Karekare, Whatipū, Huia and Te Atatū in west Akl.

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7 hours ago

Poll: Is it still rude to wear a hat inside?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Times have changed and perhaps so has our societal rules around taking off hats when indoors. What are your thoughts?

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Is it still rude to wear a hat inside?
  • 73.8% Yes, take them off indoors
    73.8% Complete
  • 25% No, it's not anymore
    25% Complete
  • 1.2% Other - I'll share below
    1.2% Complete
592 votes
17 hours ago

Can you figure this one out?

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

What tastes better than it smells?

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5 hours ago

Residents ‘dig’ Ryman’s Trees for Fees initiative

Murray Halberg Retirement Village

With 500 trees now newly-planted on a slope in a Whitford farm paddock, Ryman Healthcare is well on the way to fulfilling its promise of a more sustainable invoicing process.

For every resident who switches from paper to email invoicing, Ryman has pledged to plant a tree, and has partnered with Trees for Survival Charitable Trust to achieve this goal.

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