We were blown away by the amazing entries we received for our 2021 Calendar Competition. We’ve now completed the very difficult judging process - we had well over 2000 entries which is incredible and by far the most we’ve ever received!
The calendars have been finalised, we have selected the winners, and are thrilled to say they are now available to PRE-ORDER!
Filled with incredible photos of pets across New Zealand, we are so happy with how the calendars look and now is your chance to get your paws on your copies early!
We are running pre-orders for a limited time only, so get your orders in NOW! We have three versions to buy: cat, dog and 'companions, great and small’!
You can pre-order yours here: www.spca.nz...
Thank you so much to everyone who submitted your beautiful pet photos. It made us so happy seeing how loved and happy so many animals in New Zealand are!
All pre-orders, as well as complimentary calendars for entrants, will be posted at the end of October / beginning of November!
Check out all of our winners on our website here: www.spca.nz...
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.
Auckland mayor Phil Goff says an announcement could be made soon on Auckland's light rail.
The $6 billion project to revive a tram network in Auckland was one of Labour's initial election promises in 2017.
After Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's big victory on October 17, the light rail system connecting the airport to Auckland's central city may finally get off the ground.
But Transport Minister Phil Twyford alluded key decisions are still to be made.
Twyford said in June the governing parties could not agree on a preferred proposal and the future of the project would be decided by the new Government following the election.
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Art has imitated life for Counties Manukau police.
Police Eagle helicopter crew were talking on camera about water safety when they were called to a real rescue on the Manukau Harbour.
The officers were starring in a video about dangers at sea ahead of Labour Weekend.
It took them a moment to realise the call about a kayaker in trouble was real- rather than a stitch up.
They stopped filming and rushed to the harbour after the alarm was raised about 3.20 pm on October 20.
Helicopter crew soon spotted the kayaker, who was plucked to safety by the Coastguard.
The kayaker was reported to be safe and well.
Auckland City District Police