592 days ago

Make Your Bathroom And Laundry Sparkle!

NZR Limited

Wipe down the bath tub and sink, as well as clean any dirty marks off the mirrors.

Declutter the vanity and shower by removing any toiletries and shampoo bottles.

Have the toilet roll on the handle and make sure the lid is down the toilet and any laundry baskets.

Either remove the bathmats or match them with your towels. Hang your towels tidily on the towel rails.

To finish off these rooms, you could even add a touch of flowers in a nice vase.

More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Watermelons for

Rachel Moore Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Tēnā koutou kiritata ,

Woodhaven Gardens has been dropping free watermelons in the armfuls on people's lawns in Levin after it had excess stock that wouldn't sell.

Have you heard of anyone else doing this?

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20 hours ago

Should the Government look at including another special supermarket shopping window?

Michael Neighbourly Lead from Roslyn - Terrace End

We have all heard the Govt saying, "there is no shortage of food & there is no price gouging." however I can't say I'm seeing evidence to support either statement as every time I got to the store, something is marked up higher than what it was before The Lockdown and there are always rows of empty shelves.

In regards to that, I notice a lot of the time the healthier options of food are often cleaned out the fastest. Such as alternative baking goods like almond flour and non-sugar sweeteners. I wonder if those who have specific dietary needs or diseases that prevent them from having all the always readily available sugary and carb loaded stuff that is seemingly always stocked, are getting what they need.

I'd like to hear back if you have a special dietary need, not just a preference. And if you are finding it in stock or if it is always, or often gone when you get there.

Is this a real problem, should the government look at a special shopping window similar to what "essential workers" just got? So that those in real need have the opportunity before those who don't do.

I'd also like to know for those of us who do go out to the shops, if something isn't there, are you going back again and again in the hopes to find it?

What are y'all's thoughts on this?

11 hours ago

How considerate are your neighbours?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, are you seeing and hearing a lot more of your neighbours during the lockdown? Has it helped you get to know them better - from an acceptable social distance - or is the noise of everyone being home together all the time getting to you?

Now more than ever it's up to all of us to try not to annoy our neighbours, and to be more tolerant ourselves, so here are some easy ways to do just that.

And if you're wondering what makes a good neighbour and what makes a bad one, check out the 12 most annoying neighbour types. How many have you lived next to?

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