46 days ago

Owner of Auckland's Powerstation gig venue, dies of cancer

Melanie Earley Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours, sadly, the owner of the Powerstation, a popular Auckland music venue, Gabrielle Mullins has died from cancer.
Gabrielle was diagnosed with stage four cancer in early 2020 which had spread throughout her body. She had been fundraising through Givealittle to pay for the unfunded cancer treatment Keytruda, but died on August 27 surrounded by her family. Read more about Gabrielle's life and legacy below.

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18 days ago

Tanks for doing your part

The Team from Auckland Council

Act now to beat the water shortage:
• Install a rainwater tank (resource consent fees waived).
• Maintain your tank (check guttering is clear).
• Install water saving devices (shower head/taps).
• Install a water sensor to monitor your usage.

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1 day ago

Message from Constable Don Allan - Guy Fawkes

Colleen from Onehunga

Information relating to the use of fireworks

Fireworks, Guy Fawkes bonfires and sky lanterns
Fireworks are dangerous and pose a high fire risk. You must make sure you are using them safely.
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Where you can light fireworks
You can light fireworks on private property:
from 5pm to 10.30pm every day during the year
up to 1am on 1 January for New Year.
Where you cannot light fireworks
You cannot light fireworks on council-controlled land, such as:
beaches
parks and reserves.
You are also prohibited from lighting fireworks in:
forests
conservation areas
road surfaces, berm or footpath on your street.
How to use fireworks safely and considerately
Inform your neighbours, if possible and avoid using them after 10pm.
Have water or fire extinguishers handy.
Read and follow handling instructions carefully.
Do not light fireworks in windy or dry conditions.
Do not point fireworks at any person, animal, property or vegetation.
Always have a responsible adult present.
Keep pets inside or move animals to avoid stress.
For more safety information see the Fire and Emergency New Zealand website.
Where you can light Guy Fawkes bonfires
On public land
It is illegal to light an outdoor fire in any public place within Auckland under the Public Safety and Nuisance Bylaw 2103, unless we have given prior approval.
This applies to all:
beaches
parks
conservation areas
forests
road surfaces, berm or footpath on your street.
On residential private land
Bonfires are not allowed in residential areas at any time.
On rural private land
During Guy Fawkes (2-5 November), bonfires are allowed on private land in rural areas but must be lit during daylight hours and extinguish them before nightfall.
You need to:
comply with the general fire safety guidelines
get a fire permit, from Fire and Emergency New Zealand during a Restricted Fire Season.
For fire permit application and information about the current fire seasons see www.checkitsalright.nz... website.

3 days ago

Don’t miss your collection day!

The Team from Auckland Council

Due to the long weekend, the council's kerbside collections will be one day later from 26 – 31 October.

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