Business owners affected by the closure of Albert Street in central Auckland while the $4.4 billion City Rail Link is under construction have called on the Government for help after continuous delays in the construction.
This is a difficult time for everyone. However, there are some people who will find this to be a more trying time than it is for most of us. We don’t want to see anyone fall through the cracks and not receive the help they need.
📱We have set up a dedicated phone number - 021 266 3143 - for people who are struggling emotionally and would like someone to talk and pray with. It will be operated by various staff members at different times during the week. If you know or are aware of anyone who needs help, either spiritually or emotionally, then please give them the above number. We care and we’re here to help.
❤️ We also have people who are available to help with shopping and supermarket delivery for those who need assistance. The food bank food parcels are also available for those who need special care. To organise this just contact the Hills Help on the above number. Also if any of you are wanting to help out with this please email Hannah at email@example.com (weekdays).
Flick us a private message and we will pass on the number - or if you attend Hills Church then join our family group for more updates.
Yesterday I brave the long cue at countdown.
To my surprise there are so
Many people doing their shopping. I thought it’s a lockdown
Anyway I was doing a very big shopping (6 children n husband) only to be told at checkout only 2 items per customers. Yes I did stick to the 2 items rules after they told me. No wonder people keep on going to supermarket.
If it’s 4 items per person than maybe-maybe their will be less people at supermarket. Just trying to avoid going to supermarket every 2/3 days that’s all
Stay safe stick to the rules and be nice to one another GB
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