We have released the first edition of our newly revamped Seniors newsletter, which you can read here: officeforseniors.govt.nz...
In this issue we catch up with a veteran fencer, delve into all things insurance and discuss a bit about our Digital Literacy programme, plus more.
Summer is nearly here and for many folks it is time to head to the beach. Whether you have your own batch or rent one it can be interesting to know about sea level rise, risk posed by storms, and of course tsunami.
With the Climate Insights property report you can get information on all three ocean-related events. With easy to read graphs and insights for reducing your family's and a property's risk it is an essential part of your coastal awareness toolkit.
Hopefully the organisation that runs Neighbourly monitors their message boards as there doesn't appear to be any other way to contact them via their website.
I have noticed that over the past few days Neighbourly displays in a large (mobile version) display when veiwed on desktop using Firefox. The problem doesn't exist when viewed via Edge so I suspect Neighbourly have an incompatibility issue with the Firefox browser. Time for the IT boys to earn their keep!
The up sides are that I can view Neighbourly without needing my reading glasses, and all those pesky adverts down the sides have disappeared.
Read about this Dunedin cafe where vegetables from the kitchen has been grown by the owner. The staples of pumpkins, beetroot, cabbage and carrots do well here, he says, with a wide variety of other crops including spring onions, kohlrabi, celery, fennel, kale, potatoes, silverbeet, leek, mint and herbs. Yummy!