436 days ago

Meet Lavinia and Fred

Tāmaki AKL

Tāmaki locals Lavinia and Fred own The Transformation Fitness Centre in Glen Innes.

“We love having a business based in Glen Innes. It’s so cool being part of this community - the people are fun and vibrant and there’s always something going on.”

There are around 900 businesses in Tāmaki (Glen Innes, Pt England, Panmure). Together they create community, character and local jobs. Wherever you can, shop where it makes the most difference.

Read more about Lavinia and Fred (and other local business legends like them) on the Tāmaki AKL website.
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More messages from your neighbours
10 hours ago

What local business will you be supporting in Alert Level 3?

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Auckland will shift down to alert level 3 lockdown at midnight tonight.

Businesses will be able to operate using contactless options for ordering, pick-up, delivery and payment.

The financial blow of Covid-19 lockdowns on business has been harsh.

Are you planning to support a local business in alert level 3, and if so which one?

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4 hours ago

Glendowie dental centre

Glendowie Dental Centre

Dear All
Ministry of health advised we can provide all oral health care under alert level 3.
As you may have heard New Zealand will be moving into alert level 3 from 22nd September 2021. The Ministry of Health has indicated that dentistry can to provide oral health care for all our patients. Please call 09 521 2076 for your routine maintenance or emergency appointment.
Thank you for your support at this time.
KIA KAHA TONU
Glendowie dental centre

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9 days ago

Pidgeons visiting my place

Andrea from Mission Bay

Does anybody in the surrounding streets of Godden Cresent where i live own Pidgeons? i have around 20 but have been 40 that sit on my roof everyday but they usually fly off in the direction of Dudley or there abouts at around 4pm. Oh and one has an amputated foot,i did google to see if i could make a splint but it says they get around just fine on 1 foot. Photo of them having a feed. Photo number 2 of the one without a foot.