58 days ago

Update on my vaccine pass - how to access without ID or email

The Team from Citizens Advice Christchurch Area

We were lucky enough to be able to talk to a MoH representative who gave us some updates on the vaccine pass and how to access it if you do not have a unique email address or the specified ID ...
1. Call the 0800 number - you do not need ID, just your dob and name ( having your NHI is useful) . They can send the certificate by email or post. They are hoping to extend the hours that the number is operational .Currently there is about a 20 min wait time on average .
2. Go to a local pharmacy if it is an advertised Covid vaccination site - again they can email or post the certificate .
You can go in on behalf of someone if you have their details .

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4 days ago

TRAMPOLINE - 'IN' MY LOUNGE' !

Carolyn Faye from Linwood

For Xmas , (new) neighbors bought their children a trampoline which they placed near the border fence only a metre from our lounge/living space kitchen. A great gift for children, but a nightmare for us. Their section is not huge so anywhere on that section would be noisy. Children's noises are one thing but noisy play equipment is another. Our home is no longer a place of Peace and Rest, with the continual 'bounce' , 'bounce' any time , morning, noon, evening. Even when quiet, one is in a state of anxiety not knowing when the next bounce will continue again. Myself and friends and boarder are mainly elderly so are more acutely in need of rest and quiet. Any ideas would be appreciated.

7 days ago

‘It’s not a shed’, say landlords after one-bedroom property provokes ire online

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

It’s been branded a “glammed-up garden shed”, but a $420 per week one-bedroom Christchurch property will be snapped up by the end of the week, say the owners.

The newly-built 42-square-metre home in Nayland St, Sumner, is close to the shops and two blocks from the beach.

But some locals questioned the weekly rental cost after the Trade Me listing was shared on the suburb's community Facebook page. Continue reading here.