It's been heartwarming to hear stories from across the North Island of people taking others into their home and sharing a cup of tea together or fixing them a meal.
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A more sustainable Aotearoa begins with the choices each Kiwi makes, and our customers have asked us to help them make those choices easier when they’re shopping for their families.
At The Warehouse, you’ll find an ever-growing range of products that are kinder to our planet.
Right now we’re at 8,000 and counting – and with 5,000 of them available for just $20 or less, sustainable is more affordable than ever.
Have you noticed, the Soft plastics recycling scheme is up and running again after a break of more than 2 years.
Take your empty, clean, and dry soft plastics to the special bin at your local The Warehouse or Supermarket. These bins are specifically for appropriate empty, clean, dry items. Items that you can scrunch up in your hands.
For more information, please see www.recycling.kiwi.nz...
And for your information, these plastics are recycled to produce fence posts, garden plant containers and many other products for sale in NZ. Also remember to check the FAQ’s in the website.
Three red light cameras will be switched on later this year to catch motorists illegally running through intersections in Christchurch.
A red light camera was installed at the intersection of Bealey Ave and Madras St in 2018, but it had only been used to collect data and no infringements had been issued from it.
A Christchurch City Council spokesman said two more red light cameras would be installed in the third quarter of this year: one at the intersection of Manchester St, Pilgrim Pl and Moorhouse Ave, and the other at the intersection of Gasson St, Madras St and Moorhouse Ave.
Infringements would start being issued from all three cameras after the new ones were installed, a police spokesperson said.
Read more here.