53 days ago

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More messages from your neighbours
8 hours ago

Ports of Auckland slams Fullers 360 over cruise ship allegations

Caroline Williams Reporter from North Shore Times

Hi neighbours.
Ferry service provider Fullers 360 asked authorities for an "urgent intervention" on Tuesday after four ferries were cancelled in a week, preventing hundreds of commuters from getting to work on time. It cited out-of-schedule cruise ship berthing in the CBD ferry basin as the reason for the cancellations.
Ports of Auckland, which scheduled the cruise ships' berthing 12 months in advance, rejects this.
"There is no change to the berthing process from previous years, which haven't caused problems," spokesman Matt Ball said. "There has been no late berths to cruise ships."
Fullers 360 CEO Mike Horne responded, suggesting the schedules clashed.
Has your ferry been cancelled recently? What do you think needs to be done?

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13 hours ago

What's On: U3A Birkenhead General Meeting

David from Chatswood

General business, tea/coffee and then our main speaker: Kerry Stenhouse on Men’s Shed (an organisation that brings men together to share their skills, laugh and work on practical tasks).
U3A Birkenhead General Meeting
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10 hours ago

Teaching young children values right from the start

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Cori Maroroa knows first hand just how good the #KiwiCan programme is for kids. After all, Maroroa loved it when she went through it a primary school as a student.

Now she is helping new generations of primary school students benefit from the same programme as one of its senior leaders.

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