Hi neighbours, a university professor has called for e-bikes to be regulated on the Northwestern cycleway after a head-on crash left him with a brain injury. Do you feel safe on cycleways around the city?
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35.1% Yes I feel safe on cycleways35.1% Complete
52.7% No I don't feel safe on cycleways52.7% Complete
12.2% Not sure12.2% Complete
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Meet the man who has considered Auckland Airport his second home for over 20 years.
Twice a week, 86-year-old Les Featherstone takes a taxi to the International Terminal where he volunteers for four-and-a-half hours as an airport ambassador, or Bluecoat.
Twenty-four years is a long time to hold down one job, especially as a volunteer, but Featherstone says signing up was the best thing he's ever done.
In recent times, the airport has taken on a new meaning for him following the death of his wife last month.
Do you plan to volunteer once you retire? What would be your dream role?
To read more, click here.