We’re giving away more of our double passes to the SIX60 Saturdays tour! We’ve drawn another 10 members to go to the regional concerts in Whangarei, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Lower Hutt, and Dunedin.
To be eligible, make sure you are a verified Neighbourly member (need a hand verifying your address? Click here).
We’ll also need to see you being more Neighbourly, whether it’s posting to your neighbourhood, replying to questions or inviting your neighbour to join the site (we’ve put together a few ideas here).
Sonographers are going on strike for 12 weeks across Auckland's three district health boards from Saturday, potentially impacting patient wait times.
Have you been affected by the strike action?
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Auckland's new trains have started arriving from Spain - and they need to be unwrapped.
Harry Calder, 9, is at the train depot in Onehunga to pull the plastic off for a sneak peak of the trains before they hit the tracks, in this KEA Kids News video bulletin.
To read more, click here.
Howick Croquet Club are working really hard to introduce the sport of croquet to the youth in our local area. We are running a school holiday program from Monday 20th - Friday 24th January from 1 - 3pm. As we have received a grant from KIWISPORT, this covers the cost of youth green fees and mallets for this program. If you are aged between 12 - 18 and want to find out more about croquet, come along on those days to our clubrooms at 67 Millhouse Drive, Howick. Who knew that croquet is a very strategic sport and can help youth who have challenges like anger management, some physical disabilities, ADHD, PTSD. It is a non gender sport for all ages.