has gone into overdrive on St Greta, so if you would like to understand the simple basics Mike Adams gives a good overview here;
NB As Obamas have just bought an expensive beach front property then perhaps sea level rise is not a biggie
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Relocation Garage Sale -
Sunday 6 October 2019 from 09:30 - 14:00
63 Renoir Street, West Harbour
Everything on sale must go! Leaving country in five days time...!!
Come grab a bargain. Some free stuff. Many $2 stuff. Some electronics/appliances at incredible prices.
Hi Neighbours, Play Stuff is proud to present the Show Me Shorts Film Festival launching this weekend all over NZ.
Show Me Shorts exists to connect New Zealanders with short films and share New Zealand short films with the world.
Discover your local programme @ showmeshorts.co.nz
Have your say! Vote for the Auckland you love in the local elections.
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Last day to post your papers is Tuesday 8th October, or drop them into a ballot box before midday Saturday 12 October.
Organised and produced by gardeners who are passionate about their craft, our 10-day Taranaki Fringe Garden Festival provides the opportunity to observe garden construction and planting, talk to the gardeners, obtain practical advice and be enchanted by the incredible landscapes that have been … View moreOrganised and produced by gardeners who are passionate about their craft, our 10-day Taranaki Fringe Garden Festival provides the opportunity to observe garden construction and planting, talk to the gardeners, obtain practical advice and be enchanted by the incredible landscapes that have been created throughout the region.
The Taranaki Fringe Garden Festival is a unique experience that will inspire and motivate you to take your gardening skills to the next level. Our festival is in its 15th year, our success being due to the diversity and quality of the gardens we have on offer.
We invite you to come and visit our 40+ gardens and enjoy the arts, crafts and vintage machinery on our festival trail. Purchase plants seen in various gardens and receive amazing hospitality from our garden hosts.
In 2019 the festival runs from 1st Nov - 10th Nov. See our website for more details or to download a brochure. Brochures available at iSite's and major garden centres. $2pp entry fee to each garden.
Hi Neighbourly, "No Junk Mail - Posted Letters Only! I have much confusion about this mailbox signage of people's mailbox. When I am delivering newspapers mainly to the areas I deliver to, around Woodford Ave, Buscomb Ava, Te Kanawa, Part of Swanson Road, Lincoln Road, I see this … View moreHi Neighbourly, "No Junk Mail - Posted Letters Only! I have much confusion about this mailbox signage of people's mailbox. When I am delivering newspapers mainly to the areas I deliver to, around Woodford Ave, Buscomb Ava, Te Kanawa, Part of Swanson Road, Lincoln Road, I see this signage on people's mailbox.
These are the straightforward signages I see daily which I think are pretty easier to understand and are readable:
Address Mail Only: Posted envelopes or letters
No Junk Mail: No Advertising or Circulars in these mailboxes
Strictly No Newspapers or Circulars; (Pretty Straightforward what that one means)
This is what I don't understand, I deliver the newspapers to the "No Junk Mail, Posted Letters Only" to other mailboxes and have had no complaints to those people who do want a newspaper. (Talking about the Western Leaders I deliver to people mailboxes every week).
I did deliver newspapers to the other mailboxes with the same "No Junk Mail, Poster Letters Only" and my circular delivery person who drops off the deliveries at my house said that "such and such person at this number does not want a newspaper" So I look at the number at the mailbox with the "No Junk Mail, Posted Letters Only" and now just carry on to the next mailbox to deliver my newspaper to.
Anyone who does have the "No Junk Mail, Posted Letters" but do not want a newspaper, could you please put a "No Newspapers" sticker on your mailbox so it makes clearer sense for me and for others who deliver newspapers in your area.