56 days ago

What do you think about your local art?

Mandy Te Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, are there any questionable-looking sculptures in your area? Talks of NZ's "ugliest" sculptures have been hot with a giant hand recently moving to the capital. Boy Walking in Potters Park has received mixed reviews and before that, a noodles sculpture called OnDo also had mixed reviews. Have you spotted any other interesting sculptures in your area?

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1 hour ago

Poll: Do you support a sugar tax? What should NZ do about its high child obesity rate?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, an international report has ranked NZ's child obesity rate second-worst in the OECD with 39 per cent of Kiwi kids overweight or obese. Unicef is now calling for the Government to introduce a sugar tax to curb the problem. Would you support this? What do you think needs to be done about child obesity? Read the full story here: www.stuff.co.nz...

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Do you support a sugar tax? What should NZ do about its high child obesity rate?
  • 0% Yes, I would support a sugar tax
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  • 0% No, the Government shouldn't police people's eating habits
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  • 0% No, education would be more effective than a tax
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  • 0% Other (I'll tell you in the comments)
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2 hours ago

Does alcohol marketing need to be reined in?

Harrison Christian Reporter from Central Leader

Hi all,

A Kiwi academic is calling for an international treaty, like the one in place for tobacco, that would limit alcohol marketing in spaces like sport and social media. Of particular concern, the professor says, are targeted ads on Facebook and Instagram that are invisible to policy makers. Are you a parent worried about the level of exposure your child has to alcohol marketing? If so, please get in touch: harrison.christian@stuff.co.nz

Thanks,
Harrison

3 hours ago

Quick-thinking stranger saves Mt Roskill man's life

Caroline Williams Reporter from Central Leader

Jay Kumar technically shouldn't be alive today, but he is, thanks to the quick actions of those around him when he went into cardiac arrest at Mercury Plaza foodcourt last September.

The Mt Roskill local was given CPR by a bystander until emergency services arrived, which he credits with saving his life.

He doesn't know who the person was, but says it was a "godsend" they were there.

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