93 days ago

Securing your property, vehicles and most importantly dogs!

Patrick Koot from Elusion Electrical Ltd

Elusion has noticed an increase over Christmas and the New Year of puppy nappings, break ins, prowlers and cars going missing, or packages being stolen from the driveway.

It has especially broken our heart seeing a young pup going missing from a dairy but with great community spirit, security footage of offender and the power of social media we see he is now at home in his rightful place.

More and more we have seen great footage of offenders shared online and also warnings to others.

Its is good reminder to everyone to always lock doors and windows, have good security lighting around your whole house, get to know your neighbors and contemplate security cameras.

While security cameras can be a slightly expensive option we can't recommend it enough if you have puppies, or tools stored in vehicles, or lots of packages coming and going like we do. We love having the added security of our whole business and property monitored even while we put our feet up for a weeks camping in Hanmer springs recently.

Feel free to contact us to talk about security cameras, outside lighting or any other electrical needs.

Gold card and CDHB discounts apply
Call Patrick on 021 525 123

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9 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.