What book sticks in your mind?
Yesterday Kaipātiki Local Board members Melanie Kenrick, Paula Gillon, Adrian Tyler and I joined council project staff and Le Roys Bush volunteers to discuss the upcoming Stage 2 track work at Le Roys Bush Reserve.
While we were there, contractors were busy installing shoe cleaning stations to allow stage 1 (Waterfall Track) to reopen to the public over the next week. :)
The Stage 2 project will begin in a few months and completes the upgrade of the "spinal track" creating a lengthy step-free route that protects kauri from dieback disease and improves accessibility.
In 2021, Stage 3 will address the remaining tracks that connect to the side roads.
Sad news for food lovers. Central Auckland institution Food Alley is closing its doors after 28 years.
Food Alley was Auckland's first dedicated asian food hall.
To read more, click here.
The SPCA says a new $300 fine is helping to spread the warning that people should not leave their dogs in hot cars.
What do you think - is the message getting through to dog owners?
41.9% Yes, the $300 fine helps41.9% Complete
11.6% Yes, owners better understand the risks11.6% Complete
44.2% No, I still see dogs in hot cars44.2% Complete
2.3% Other (please say what in the comments below)2.3% Complete