47 days ago


Sharon from Leamington

Just visited a well known cafe situated on corner in cambridge
No vaccine pass asked for or required to eat inside or outside
When i called to ask why not was told clients had to request to be checked
Dont eat there people
Unless would like a side of covid with lunch

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12 hours ago

Husband for sale (and other happy things) in today's Antidote

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26 days ago

Cyclists & cycleways

Gary from Glenview

Can anybody please enlighten me as to why this council spent millions of ratepayers money on a shared footpath/cycle way along Kahikatea drive and Ohaupo rd and then spend more money on installing painted cycle ways as well. I had to travel from Glenview to Chartwell and return 3 times last Tuesday. The first trip at 8 am and the last at 4-30 pm. All told on those 3 trips I counted 12 cyclists and 9 of them were riding on the footpath. (Not a lot of cyclists to see considering the miles I travelled and at peak times as well)
Now I don’t have a problem with that but I do wonder if 75% of cyclists are using the footpaths why do we need these ridiculous money wasting marker pegs everywhere narrowing even tight and narrow streets and corners. It must be a nightmare for trickiest Traffic would flow a lot better without these hazardous marker pegs everywhere
Am I alone in wondering why the council is pandering to a very small minority eg cyclists?
Look forward to your feedback

15 hours ago

Auaha Makerspace

Matihiko/Tech Support Librarian from Glenview Library Mangakootukutuku

It's (almost) business as usual when the doors reopen in Auaha Makerspace at Central Library today. Check it out - full details on the link below!