13 days ago

Closing this page...

Karen Watson from Northgate Community Service Trust

We will be closing this Neighbourly page on the 10th July (one week away!) but never fear! You can follow our new Northgate Community Services Trust Neighbourly page by clicking on the attached link (www.neighbourly.co.nz...) and hitting "Follow". We look forward to sharing all our upcoming events and activities with you!

neighbourly.co.nz/organisation/northgate-community-services-trust
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5 days ago

Akaroa Holiday House

Denis from Papanui

If you are looking for a few days away or a weekend break our modern warm holiday home in Akaroa is perfect for 2 people or groups up to 11.Every convenience with Sky Tv free WiFi etc.
We can be contacted by Google " Ashworth's Retreat" with more pictures and all information available.

23 days ago

Christchurch Water Tested pH 6.2 this morning

Max from Papanui

Drinking water below pH 7.3 is dangerous to our heath. 6.2 is far enough into the acidic zone that it is directly known to causing cancers in people and other animals. It is appalling that Christchurch City water is now so poorly managed they are directly contributing to and causing the development of cancer in the population across the city. To believe our so called Health services demand this level of toxic poisoning of the population is to call into question their use of the word 'Health' being allowed to be used in their services. There should be a prosecution commenced against them, their staff titles and their organisations for using the word as this is fraudulent and deceptive beyond belief. We require our water constantly maintained as alkaline and it must immediately be allowed to return to HEALTHY as apposed to the carcinogenic muck they are currently delivering to our taps.

1 day ago

Polyanthus

Lynne Neighbourly Lead from Northwood

A couple of days ago I purchased several Polyanthus plants which were already in flower. The last two mornings we have found that several of them have had the flowers bitten or chewed off but not eaten. They are in our back garden so it has to be birds or rabbits or something else. I have had lots of these plants before and not had this problem so wonder if anyone else is experiencing the same and if anyone one knows what it is for sure and how to stop it. Thanks