30 days ago
More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Who will Goff pick as his "cabinet" ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Phil Goff arrived back to work to an emptied office on Monday, to start work on his second term as mayor. He has to choose who will be his key lieutenants - the chairs of the main committees. Do you think he should also put councillors back on the board of Auckland Transport? See the story below:

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7 days ago

Does this guy have a home?

Lauren from Glendene

Hi all,

Does this friendly guy belong to anyone? (or vice-versa as cats go!) We're on Butterworth Drive and have noticed a cat explosion in the last few months with a lot of them congregating in our yard.
This guy has become more and more friendly and lets us approach him and yowls a lot when he comes round to let our 2 cats know that he's come to say hi.
He sprays constantly around the yard and has recently sprayed on our washing on the clothes horse :/
We've tried the paper 'Am I owned?' collar but we're not sure if it just fell off due to damp weather.
Please let me know if you know if he has a home or he's been lost and is trying to wander home. He's in good condition and is unfixed.


3 hours ago

Kaufland arrives in Australia

Fiona from Henderson

German supermarket chain Kaufland will open its first Australian stores in 2021, with suppliers having being informed it has already bought 25 sites.

The Australian grocery sector is valued at A$90 billion and it is understood that Kaufland will position itself as a cross between Target and Coles.

The average Kaufland store is tipped to generate $46 million in annual sales, with it expecting to open between 10 and 15 stores on Australia’s eastern seaboard in 2021, with stores holding between 28,000 and 30,000 products.

I wish so much that they will arrive here in the not too distant future.
I absolutely love shopping in Kaufland every time I head up to the northern hemisphere.