27 days ago

Poll: Christmas Lights

NumberWorks'nWords New Lynn

It's that time of year again. Which lights does your household prefer?

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Christmas Lights
  • 44.1% White
    44.1% Complete
  • 55.9% Colour
    55.9% Complete
760 votes
More messages from your neighbours
3 days ago

Last Call - Christmas Day Lunch Invite for our beloved Elders ❤️🎅

Kim Neighbourly Lead from Mount Roskill

Closing invites on Sunday 15th December.


Howdy Neighbours :-)

My tween daughter and I (Single mum) would like to invite an elderly person or 5 into our home to share a meal together. (LOL So far we have 10 of us attending).

We are well aware that there are many out there who spend this Special day alone. This year, you don't need to.

Last year, on Christmas Day, we invited our Neighbours over, and ended up with 15 of us here. It was a wonderful time.

This year, our family are having an early, and a late, get together.

In the past, we have volunteered at the City Mission Dinners.

This year, it's all about YOU!! Our elders ❤️

If you are an elder, or you know of an elderly person or couple, who will be spending their Christmas Day alone this year, please get in contact with us for a chat. We would love to hear from you.

Come to our home. Share in some joy and have a few laughs over a meal and bubbles (Sparkling Grape Juice/Lemonade).

It is good for my daughter to see these things happen, and for her to take part.

So, who out there knows who our next guest may be?

Have a great day Neighbours. Safe travels.

To those of us who have loved ones who have passed on and won't be with us this year ...... *So close, not matter how far ......"

Peace, Love and Light xx ❤️🎅

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16 hours ago

Police Cars and Ambulances

Mubashir Neighbourly Lead from Mount Roskill

Why are so many police cars and ambulances running down on Mount Albert road down from Three Kings towards Dominion Road side. Hope all safe.

6 hours ago

NZ Bus services running as normal from today

Caroline Williams Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Aucklanders, NZ Bus services have resumed, following six days of driver suspensions affecting approximately 70,000 trips daily. The suspensions came as bus drivers stopped accepting passenger fares, in a bid for better pay work hours. On Thursday, First Union and Tramways withdrew industrial action after Auckland Council got involved with concerns of the suspension's impact on the city's public transport. However, union members and NZ Bus are yet to come to an agreement.
Were you able to catch your normal bus this morning?

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