617 days ago

Spring is nearly here....

With Spring only 3 weeks away, it's time to start the process if you want to beat the spring rush. Contact us today for a free equity check of your home and to find out how we can get your property market ready and SOLD.

Thinking of buying or selling? Think 0800 YELLOW (0800 935 569)

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2 hours ago

Feel Good Fridays are having a break

Northgate Community Service Trust

We will only be operating the Foot Clinic for those booked in for this cycle during the school holidays. Our normal Feel Good Friday programmes will all resume on the 7th of May. See you then!

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5 hours ago

Lawn mowers wanted.

Shaun from Burnside

Hello again everybody my name's Sean I'm based in Burnside. I'm after anyone's unwanted petrol powered lawnmowers gathering dust in the shed stopped starting or has died or alive. Save yourself the hassle of taking it to the dump I will pick up anywhere around Christchurch. If you can help me with anything please message me directly 😃 thankyou have a great day.

2 hours ago

Mike Yardley: How can so many New Zealanders still smoke?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

The proposed Smokefree 2025 Action Plan includes significantly reducing the number of retailers able to sell tobacco, limiting the nicotine content of cigarettes, and raising the age of purchase every year, so that anyone born after 2004 could never lawfully be sold tobacco.

Columnist Mike Yardley says most lower-income earners who smoke shell out more money in tobacco excise than they do in income tax.

"They should be vigorously urged to switch to vaping as a smoking cessation alternative, given it’s not just far less hazardous to their health, but also to their back pocket," he says.

What do you think of the proposed Smokefree 2025 reforms? Share your thoughts in the comments below.