50 days ago

Celebrate the launch of two new Readers Tours with TV Guide!

The Team from Readers Tours

For over three decades, Readers Tours has been taking our loyal readers on unforgettable journeys exploring the rich history and culture of New Zealand’s hidden gems.

The much loved North and South Island Journeys are back for 2020, along with the launch of two new escapes in both the North and South Island. These new shorter escapes are the perfect length of time for those adventurous seniors who want a taste of the spectacular excursions and sights our country has to offer.

To celebrate the launch of our brand new tours, our friends at TV Guide and Neighbourly are giving away a year’s subscription for TV Guide to one lucky adventurer!

All you have to do is tell us a New Zealand destination you would love to visit via this link and you'll be in the draw to win!

Entries close 19th December 2019.
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More messages from your neighbours
13 hours ago

HOT CONCRETE and DOGS PAWS, remember people wear shoes dogs DONT!

Marie from Howick

Why are we still seeing so many people choosing to walk their dogs at the hottest times of the day, as an example would you or your child take that same walk barefoot in that same heat, no most of you wouldn’t and most wouldn’t expect it of their children either, not to mention most children certainly would not walk on hot concrete anyway and would often end up being carried because the concrete is obviously hot and uncomfortable for them.

So why then would anyone think it was a great idea to take a dog with its sensitive paws that is clearly covered in a coat of fur on a walk during the hottest times of the day when obviously the concrete will be at its hottest. Hmmm

I challenge those who choose to walk their dogs on the hot concrete during the hottest hours of the day to do so in their winter jacket and barefoot and see just how comfortable you find your walk, then maybe you can have a better understanding of why it just make sense to walk your dog during cooler hours.

For the love of our pets.

2 hours ago

If you don't turn up...

Alison Perkins from Pakuranga Toastmasters

Toastmasters can help you improve your communication and build leadership skills.

Come along to our first meeting of 2020 on Monday 3rd February. Doors open at 6:15pm for a 6:30pm start.

Te Tuhi -The Mark (Pakuranga Community Centre)
13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga

7 hours ago

Prospa funding helped boost monthly turnover


Sandy Urwin wanted to expand the retail offering within her small business Animal Natural Health Centre.

She considered raising funds by selling a stake to an investor but didn’t want to compromise on quality or her vision for the business. She decided to partner with Prospa to achieve her dreams.

A small business loan helped Sandy increase the variety and volume of stock available for customers – ultimately boosting monthly turnover.
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