K Rd Chronicles, an eight part video series. focuses on homelessness in New Zealand's biggest city.
There’s plenty of desperation in the stories shared but there’s also, above all, a sense of tolerance and humanity. The series is hosted by a transgender journalist called Six, who was homeless for six years. We take to the streets of inner city Auckland and meet the people from Six’s world.
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Anyone have a small trailer I can loan to run some garden waste to the tip please? 1 hour maximum.
Meet the man who has considered Auckland Airport his second home for over 20 years.
Twice a week, 86-year-old Les Featherstone takes a taxi to the International Terminal where he volunteers for four-and-a-half hours as an airport ambassador, or Bluecoat.
Twenty-four years is a long time to hold down one job, especially as a volunteer, but Featherstone says signing up was the best thing he's ever done.
In recent times, the airport has taken on a new meaning for him following the death of his wife last month.
Do you plan to volunteer once you retire? What would be your dream role?
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I established and used to own A1 Driving School, which is well known in Auckland. As a neighbourly gesture, I can take anyone for a one hour lesson in their own car for $39 per hour, normally $70.
For more info call Steve on Ph: 0273430869. Please feel free to ask any questions.During driving lessons we will do 1: Driver observation and signalling at roundabouts 2: Lane changing procedures 3: Forward Parking 4: Three point turns 5: Reverse Parallel Parking Procedures 6 : Flush Median Procedures 7: Gap Selection 8: 50k - 60k and motorway driving etc. Bookings fill fast as I only do a few lessons a week now.