80 days ago


Christine from Remuera

I am still searching for Charlie...who has been gone for almost 4 weeks. 

I am still hoping for his safe return.  He may be displaced and wandering around out of his usual area in Remuera.  Please keep an eye out.

He is a small grey and white male, shorthair cat with green eyes.  He is   7 years old.  Missing from Hubert Henderson Place, Remuera (near top end of Ladies Mile / backing on to College Rifles Rugby ground, Remuera Road). 

He is micro-chipped and has been de-sexed.  Any information would be much appreciated.  Reward Offered.  Txt or call Christine on 021 522 979.

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Leave no-one Behind

The Team from Citizens Advice Bureau Eastern Bays

Sign our petition to end digital exclusion.

Citizens Advice Bureau Nga Pou Whakawhirinaki o Aotearoa is collecting signatures on Action Station.

Have you or someone you know ever tried to fill out a government form online?
How about doing that on your phone? And uploading documents to it?
What if your internet connection was limited? Or English wasn’t your first language? Or you were vision impaired? Or didn't have a credit card?

What if you needed help to understand, and what you really wanted was someone to talk to?

Consider the frustration this causes you and what it looks like when you’re made further vulnerable as you stare into the digital divide.

The digital-only or digital-first approach being embraced by government agencies is excluding some of Aotearoa’s most vulnerable people and communities. This is unacceptable. We want to see people’s needs put at the centre of public services and are asking candidates seeking election as our representatives in Parliament, to pledge to ensuring this is the case.