Totara Heights, Auckland

1 hour ago

Theft

Shane from Papatoetoe

Hello all. Early hours on Wednesday morning my car was broken into and few things stolen. Wallet included and money spent at 2 gas stations. Just wondering if anyone on king street may have CCTV cameras facing the road as i would like to get a better picture of person if camera and lighting … View moreHello all. Early hours on Wednesday morning my car was broken into and few things stolen. Wallet included and money spent at 2 gas stations. Just wondering if anyone on king street may have CCTV cameras facing the road as i would like to get a better picture of person if camera and lighting permits.

One of the gas stations provided footage but could not quite catch guys face.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Shane

7 hours ago

Have you booked your inorganic collection?

Neighbourly Reporter from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hi Neighbours,

Have you booked your inorganic collection? Bookings are open until eight days before your area's scheduled collection week.

Read more and book here

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6 hours ago

Dog owners warned of karaka berries risk

Communications Team from Auckland Council

Auckland Council is warning dog owners about the risk of berries from karaka trees. The berries are highly toxic to dogs and consumption can be fatal.

ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/news/2019/01/dog-owners-warned-of-karaka-berries-risk/

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18 days ago

burnouts and speeding vehicles...roys road weymouth

naomi from Weymouth

just had some jerks do burnouts down our road...in front of the park and around lots of people
tire marks all the way from the beach to weymouth road...1 dead kitten

one gold and one black car...have reported to police and to council

go do burnouts in your own street...your mama

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8 hours ago

traffic build up on everglade dr /redoubt rd crossing

Salima from Goodwood Heights

from 3 pm traffic builds up at the traffic lights every weekday. there is like a kilometre of cars at times. I have asked the Auckland City Council twice to consider putting "no parking lines" on everglade dr,(near redoubt rd crossing )  till after 6 pm. if you have faced the problem, … View morefrom 3 pm traffic builds up at the traffic lights every weekday. there is like a kilometre of cars at times. I have asked the Auckland City Council twice to consider putting "no parking lines" on everglade dr,(near redoubt rd crossing )  till after 6 pm. if you have faced the problem, please go to the website of the council and add your message. then they may do something someday in the future.

8 hours ago
9 hours ago

Getting more children on bikes

Communications Team from Auckland Council

The Auckland Bike Challenge is back for 2019 and partnering for the first time with Variety – the Children's Charity, which gifts bikes and helmets to children in need.

ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/articles/news/2019/01/getting-more-children-on-bikes/

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10 hours ago

What's On: South Auckland Spinners & Weavers

Lois from Beachlands

Do you spin, weave, knit or crochet. We meet every Tuesday 10am-1pm. Share your skills or learn a new one. Contact: Hazel 2948334
South Auckland Spinners & Weavers
  • Nathan Homestead
21 hours ago

Meet with Anahila Kanongata’a-Suisuiki

Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki from Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki - Labour List MP

There will be pop up clinics running in the Tāmaki area soon, so please look out for notices on our Facebook page.

Office hours for Tāmaki are 9am-5pm Mon/Wed/Fri at 100 Neilson Street, Onehunga (Entrance on Galway Street).

Office hours for Papakura are 9am-5pm Tues/Thurs at 29 Broadway, … View more
There will be pop up clinics running in the Tāmaki area soon, so please look out for notices on our Facebook page.

Office hours for Tāmaki are 9am-5pm Mon/Wed/Fri at 100 Neilson Street, Onehunga (Entrance on Galway Street).

Office hours for Papakura are 9am-5pm Tues/Thurs at 29 Broadway, Papakura.

Please feel free to call 800-ANAHILA if you would like to book an appointment to go into the office to discuss your matters.

Check here for any current events or notices.

Authorised by Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki, Parliament Buildings, Wellington
Find out more!

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21 hours ago

Summer’s in our DNA

Westpac NZ

Every year, summer means an influx of Kiwis to beaches, rivers and campgrounds all over Aotearoa. Kiwis love summer – it’s in our DNA – but if we’re honest, we’re not always very good at it. Stay safe with a few tips from Westpac:

- Don’t turn your back to the waves.
- Always take … View more
Every year, summer means an influx of Kiwis to beaches, rivers and campgrounds all over Aotearoa. Kiwis love summer – it’s in our DNA – but if we’re honest, we’re not always very good at it. Stay safe with a few tips from Westpac:

- Don’t turn your back to the waves.
- Always take your lifejacket.
- Tell someone when you’ll be back.
- Don’t drive when you are tired.

And remember if you stray too far, the Choppers can help. In the last 12 months, Auckland’s Westpac Rescue Helicopter flew 962 missions keeping Kiwis safe.

Stay safe in Chopper Country.

The Westpac NZ Team
Find out more

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1 day ago

What's On: Papatoetoe Garden & Floral Art

Barbara from Snells Beach & Mahurangi East

Guest speaker Dianne De Blois speaking on lilies and how to grow them. Cut flower & floral art competition, sales table,supper. All welcome. Phone Glenis 2787853
Papatoetoe Garden & Floral Art
  • Wesley Methodist Church Hall
1 day ago

Café

Mitre 10 Mega Botany

Jump into our temporary Columbus Cafe! Our new café is due to open in a few weeks and Columbus has happily kept everyone fed and fuelled in the meantime. #Mitre10MegaBotany

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1 day ago

What's On: Auckland's History through its Placenames

Papatoetoe from Papatoetoe

Historian Phil Sai-Louie will talk about the names of our suburbs, districts & streets that reveal many fascinating snippets about Auckland`s evolution & cultural heritage.
Auckland's History through its Placenames
  • Papatoetoe Library
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