531 days ago

Win Epic Outdoor Gear for Your Little Explorer!

Carla Beckingsale from Parent Portal

For adventures in all kinds of weather, WIN epic outdoor gear for your little explorer!

- A Magic Rain Jacket (worth $89.99) from THERM OUTDOOR KIDS, cool patterns appear when these get wet!

- A pair of quality outdoor boots (worth $69.95) from BUGALUGZ, for splashing in puddles!
To enter: Head on over to our Facebook page & tag your child's favourite adventure buddies and then share our competition to win!

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We will announce the winner on Monday 18th. Good luck!

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2 hours ago

Register your Neighbours Day Aotearoa event - and win!

The Team from Neighbours Day Aotearoa

Check out our 'Safety and Caring' tee by Ash Spittal. If you register for Neighbours Day Aotearoa 2019, then you'll go into the draw to one of our tees! We have five designs, all by kiwi artists, celebrating the benefits of connected communities. Simply register at our website.

The 10th annual Neighbours Day Aotearoa is taking place from March 22-31, 2019. Why not challenge yourself to get to know your neighbours this year? You can find out more here.
Register Now

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9 days ago

Environment Canterbury's 8.9 per cent total rates rise in draft plan

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

It's not as "grim" as it sounds, Environment Canterbury (ECan) says about its proposed 8.9 per cent total rates rise for the 2019-20 year.

On Thursday afternoon the ECan council approved its draft annual plan, which, after consultation and changes, has to be adopted by July 1.

If the proposed rise goes ahead unchanged, that will amount to another $25 a year on the rates bill for the owners of a $570,000 property in Christchurch, an extra $152 a year on a $5.1 million rural property in the Waimakariri district and about $13 a year on a $250,000 house in Waimate.

stuff.co.nz/environment/110570006/environment-canterburys-89-per-cent-total-rates-rise-in-draft-plan

10 days ago

Poll: $1000 to drive a scooter into the water

Brittney Reporter from Stuff

Would you accept the challenge for $1000?

One Auckland daredevil took on a challenge to drive a Lime e-scooter directly into the harbour. With $1000 on the table, he gladly accepted the bet. The video posted to social media shows the shirtless stuntman powering down a wharf and steering straight off the edge, plunging into the water metres below.

To read more click here.

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$1000 to drive a scooter into the water
  • 50.3% Definitely, it's $1000!
    50.3% Complete
  • 38.5% No way, not worth the risk
    38.5% Complete
  • 11.2% Maybe for more money...
    11.2% Complete
1797 votes