25 days ago

The mobile breast screen unit is coming to Otaki

Mid Central DHB

Now in Otaki until 22nd May

The site is located at Ngā Purapura, 145 Tasman Road, Otaki.

Click here to book an appointment or call us at 0800 270 200.
Find out more

More messages from your neighbours
19 hours ago

Why is the...

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

Why is the letter A like a flower?

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1 day ago


Paul from Levin

The scene from the window of a bus, 64 years ago in Tokyo. Not at all like Napier!

I was living and working in Napier. I was invited to participate in a variety of activities first in Japan, then in various S E Asian countries and Australia. I was the sole passenger in a Japanese log freighter and I first set foot on Japanese soil at a small and relatively isolated port town on the Japan Sea coast. Japan appeared to have no resemblances to Napier, nor to my previous home, Auckland. Eye-opening and life-changing experiences lay ahead. I bought a camera and this was one of the first photos I took with it, possibly the first.

6 hours ago

Poppa's pulled pork

Julia Wallace Retirement Village

As the weather cools and cosy evenings become the norm, there’s nothing better than cranking up the heat and treating yourself to heartwarming comfort food. If you're craving a winter recipe that'll warm you from the inside out, look no further than Brent's irresistible slow-cooked pulled pork. Its smoky, aromatic scent often wafts from Brent’s apartment at Ryman’s Kevin Hickman Village, tempting taste buds and stirring appetites. With its tender meat and velvety sauce, this dish is every bit as delicious as it sounds – you’ll be reaching for seconds, thirds, and maybe even fourths!

Click read more for the full recipe.