56 days ago

DRUM ROLL! Our 2021 Calendar Competition winners are in! 🤩

The Team from SPCA - Auckland Centre

We were blown away by the amazing entries we received for our 2021 Calendar Competition. We’ve now completed the very difficult judging process - we had well over 2000 entries which is incredible and by far the most we’ve ever received!
The calendars have been finalised, we have selected the winners, and are thrilled to say they are now available to PRE-ORDER!

Filled with incredible photos of pets across New Zealand, we are so happy with how the calendars look and now is your chance to get your paws on your copies early!

We are running pre-orders for a limited time only, so get your orders in NOW! We have three versions to buy: cat, dog and 'companions, great and small’!
You can pre-order yours here: www.spca.nz...

Thank you so much to everyone who submitted your beautiful pet photos. It made us so happy seeing how loved and happy so many animals in New Zealand are!

All pre-orders, as well as complimentary calendars for entrants, will be posted at the end of October / beginning of November!

Check out all of our winners on our website here: www.spca.nz...

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More messages from your neighbours
4 hours ago

Aha!

Santa in the Suburbs

You've found today's secret Santa Code...Now head through to our competition page to enter to win My Food Bag for a month.

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4 hours ago

Anyone can be Nymbl

The Team from ACC New Zealand

Now you can get better balance, in the comfort and safety of your own home, with Nymbl - the easy-to-use smartphone app.

Nymbl gives you simple body movements, combined with brain challenges like trivia, to really improve your balance. It’s fun and only takes only 10 minutes a day.

Get Nymbl now, for free. Just go to fallsfree.co.nz and follow the easy instructions.
Learn more

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20 hours ago

Auckland promised a lot to its south, now it's time to deliver

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Making a big difference to lives in the south was a top priority in Auckland's 2012 visionary plan. Despite hard work on the ground, is the promise fulfilled? Read the story below: