52 days ago

Cambridge: The Kiwi town that could become the next big thing

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

Cambridge is so much more than just a town you drive through. Click the link below for a few reasons to consider sticking around a bit. #backyourbackyard

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15 hours ago

Eskdale Reserve Restoration Day

Kowhai from Birkdale

Join our community planting day at Eskdale Reserve, which has been at the heart of our activities since Kaipātiki Project’s inception. Spend some time outdoors to connect with nature and community, while restoring New Zealand forests.

We thank Barfoot & Thompson Glenfield and Milford branches for supporting this event. Their contribution enables us to continue restoring Eskdale Reserve and planting hundreds of plants and trees.

Things to bring:
- Suitable closed-toed footwear: gumboots or boots
- Clothing appropriate for the weather
- Reusable water bottle
- Sun protection
- Garden gloves if you have them (we'll have some as well)

Cost: FREE

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9 hours ago

Did you get stuck on the harbour bridge?

The Team Reporter from North Shore Times

Commuting across the harbour bridge is taking an hour longer on average due to works that need to be completed. How did this affect you?

*Type NFP if you don't want your comment published in the Conversations section of North Shore Times

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2 days ago

Upcoming Road Resurfacing

John Gillon from John Gillon - Kaipatiki Local Board

This is the list of roads that Auckland Transport are planning on resurfacing in chip-seal or asphalt (hotmix) between now and the end of June 2021.
If a road appears in both lists, it will be mostly chip-seal, but with small portions of asphalt at the turning area at the end of the road, or at intersections, etc.
Since 2014/2015, Auckland Transport has been downgrading all roads that carry less than 10,000 vehicles a day to chip-seal. And because they use a smaller, poorer grade of stone than North Shore City used to use for chip-seal, the stones travel a long way, go up driveways, damage cars, cause problems for cyclists, etc.