Hazy skies caused by the tragic Australian bush fires are set to linger this weekend.
Northwesterly winds have blown a hazy plume of smoke across the Tasman Sea, and while it has mostly affected the South Island in recent weeks, it has moved up the country.
The "robust plume" is expected to head to the South Island late on Saturday.
The haze has been causing a yellowish-orange, hue at sunset, making for some sweet sunset photos. Share your photos in the comments!
(Our photo is of the sun setting over the Waitākere Ranges, taken by visual journalist Ricky Wilson.)
Hi Neighbours, The V8 supercars race costs Auckland ratepayers $1.2m and is the city's most-publicly-sponsored major event. So how did it suddenly end up shifting from its Pukekohe home to Waikato's Hampton Downs? Read the story below:
On my way to Smales Farm this morning (Sunday 26th), the bag fell off my motorbike, between Tamahere Dr., and Smales Farm.
I would appreciate its recovery.
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.