Please help us to find our 2 lovely kittens.
Lost them this morning on the 29th May. Their main colours are black. The two first photos are Tom and the third one is Misty. The male has a white nose and white paws, and he is still getting used to his name Tom. Tom is more considerate, but does take time to get used to the person. Tom loves food, so if you do see him lead him with food. The female has white around her mouth and white paws, she is still getting used to her name Misty. Misty is very shy and will run when people get near her, try giving her some food to lead her.Please help us find our lovely cats, if you do see them around contact these numbers 021 137 8913 or 021 084 32413.
Thank you all in advance for your help
Orca group seen off St Heliers beach this evening. Did anyone get a photo of the 3 Orca seen swimming along the shore line towards the city about 4:30 this afternoon? I was told one had a deformed dorsal fin and was with a small orca and an other larger one. It sounds like Orca Ben who I found on stranded on the beach at Mangawhai in 1997. We got him back into the water the next morning. About a year later his dorsal fin was cut by a boat propeller. I am keen to see a photo of the group tonight to know whether it was Ben.
Did anyone get a photo of the 3 Orca seen swimming off St Heliers beach this evening? I was told one had a deformed dorsal fin and was with a small orca and an other larger one.
It sounds like Orca Ben who I found stranded on the beach at Mangawhai in 1997. We got him back into the water the next morning.
About a year later his dorsal fin was cut by a boat propeller. I
Dear all, while intensification in Auckland may be necessary, the way the Labour goverment has decided to implement it - supported by National and the Greens - will result in the loss of quality of life in many areas, not to mention other problems. And the worse part is that the resulting houses are actually more expensive and less affordable!
The Auckland Unitary Plan has already in place a project to increase the number of houses according to the infrastructure capacity, environment protection, traffic limits, character and heritage status of every area, at a cost of 75 million of ratepayers money. Why on earth this government wants to scrap it, build to the maximum every available piece of land without consideration of the impact, not even providing for parking on site? Why this legislation was passed so quickly without involving key stakeholders like councils and removing our right for resource consent?
Please take a look at this petition and sign if you agree that we have legitimate reasons to reject this legislation.
Together, we have the power to stop it:
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