Late on Friday evening early Saturday morning (10th - 11th Jan 2020) the NZ Police were doing their thing on the Leamington side of the High Bridge, as they do. When they were packing up to head off to another location the NZ Police Booze Bus turned left ONTO the High Bridge hitting the overhead Drop down signs that smash into the top of large vehicles. The driver of the NZ Police Booze Bus stopped then kept on going across the bridge into town.
Can the NZ Police please let us know if they issued a Infringement Notice to that NZ Police person behind the steering wheel of that Booze bus for crossing over the bridge and damaging not only the overhead warning signs but also severely damaging the top of the Booze Bus? (The booze bus is owned by the NZ Tax Payer).
I always thought the NZ Police should be setting a good example but it appears in this case the driver was either pissed or asleep at the wheel and crossed over!
Will the NZ Police please respond/comment.
(Screenshot of image found in Stuff)
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If your kids are little, you can help mask off any of the harder parts – such as around the soles – that you want to keep paint off of and remove laces, if there are any. You can even use this idea to makeover adult shoes that never get worn because the colour doesn’t go with anything.
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Find out how to makeover your shoes
Hey neighbours, we at Waikato DHB want more of you to have a say in health.
Come along to your Community Health Forum next week.
When: 10am - Noon, Tuesday 25 February
Where: Cambridge Community House, 193 Shakespeare St, Cambridge
Community Health Forums are a gathering of local people who share in a conversation about what matters to their community and hear updates from the DHB and other local organisations/groups.
We look forward to meeting you. He whakarongo tātou – we’re here to listen.
With the very dry conditions we are all experiencing in parts of New Zealand with no end to the level 4 water restrictions in our sight, it is important to remember our wildlife we have in our gardens.
Please try to have water available to our wildlife. Its to the point that they are now having real problems
For inspiration please check out
An idea to save water that may otherwise be wasted.. I know and read that many of you have been using grey water to water the garden.. and for the flushing of the toilet cistern .
When you run water for a shower there is water at the begining that isnt used as its cold. Consider collecting that water and put some aside for a container up high for birds or lower for our ground dwelling creatures