21 days ago

STOLEN!! From Richmond Workmen’s Club

Renee from Bromley

Please help me find my 70year old Dad’s Ute that was stolen on Sat 25th September 2021 was driven out driveway of Worker Men’s Club at 8.57pm by two younger guys who were on bikes before they stole our ute. My Dad has everything he owns in this vehicle since losing his wife 4years ago he moved into his car so everything he treasures is in there. Photo’s, important Documents, clothes, shoes, presents brought for him by his children, building work tools, power tools he needs for work😢 “REWARD OFFERED” for recovery of vehicle &/or his belongings. Please Phone Renee on 02108305254. It has dents & missing trim I have posted photos of - 1) Back guard damaged 2) Dents in the back door 3) Front passenger guard dented 4) Missing trim off both side backdoors. Thank you in advance - STILL NOT FOUND 😭


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6 hours ago

Lawnmower repair

Tammy from Aranui

Hello is there anyone one out there that maybe tinkers with lawnmowers in their spare time. Mine won't start. It sounds like it wants to but just won't. Happy to pay to have it looked at, but cannot afford to take it to a shop and pay their prices at the moment. If my lawns get much longer I will be on here looking for some grazing cattle next. Thank you.

5 hours ago

Here's a cool idea for communicating with your neighbours without technology or breaching alert level rules...

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Each household gets 3 pieces of coloured paper that can be displayed in a window or on a door that others can easily see.

- Green is for I'm OK

- Yellow is for needing help or a check-in

- Red is for an emergency

This is a safe and simple way let others know how you're doing while also looking out for others in your community.

2 days ago

New Zealanders are locking down their cats, for good

The Team Reporter from The Press

New Zealand is a nation of cat lovers, and increasingly – at least anecdotally – we’re keeping them inside.

Owners say welfare and conservation concerns are the main drivers; experts are cautious not to say too much, and cats are silent on the issue thus far.

What's worse — keeping a cat indoors 24/7, or letting it roam free where it will hunt birds, and possibly be injured?

Read the full story here and share your thoughts in the comments below.