1054 days ago

Join the St Patrick's Festival fun in Ponsonby!

Cathy O'Sullivan from St Patrick's Festival

Bring your family along to the St Patrick’s Day Parade and Irish Music and Dance Festival in Ponsonby this Saturday, March 17. Come and see a huge variety of Irish costumes, floats, bands, faerie folk, and even St Patrick himself.

Following the parade, head along to the Irish Music and Dance Festival at Western Park. We have lots of fun activities for the kids as well as music, dancing and food stalls.

Parade: 12pm - 1pm on Ponsonby Road.
Irish Music and Dance Festival: 11am - 6pm, Western Park.

Don’t miss the biggest celebration of Irish culture on St Patrick’s Day in Auckland!
Find out more!

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1 day ago

Ponsonby road demolition

Raewyn from Ponsonby

Late 1800s house being demolished as I write this . What? I thought there was an historical overlay on this area.. council ???

3 hours ago

Upgrade your kitchen with a makeover

Kev from Benchtop Installers Auckland

Hi Neighbours

We are getting busy with our new kitchen makeovers!

If you just want to freshen up you existing kitchen with new doors and hardware or even update your benchtop, get in touch!

We will come to you and work on your quote as soon as possible!

Thank you for the ongoing support and we looking forward to working with you soon.

BIA the botox to a tired kitchen!

12 hours ago

NZ's friendliest regions and towns

Lorna Thornber Reporter from Stuff Travel

Hi there,
Canterbury has been named the fifth most welcoming region in the world in the Booking.com Traveller Review Awards, while Oamaru, Hokitika and Invercargill have been named the most welcoming towns in NZ. They were followed by Cambridge, Picton, Lake Tekapo, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, Paihia and Twizel.
We'd be really keen to hear your thoughts on this based on your own travels around New Zealand. Do you think Canterbury is NZ's most welcoming region? And are these our most welcoming towns?
Where in NZ have you been made to feel particularly welcome on your travels?
As usual, please put 'NFP' in your comment if you don't want it to be included in an article. Cheers.