103 days ago

Parking behind ArtsPost

Alison from Frankton

A friend and I decided to visit the Archimedes exhibition at the Museum and drove down behind ArtsPost to park as I have done before. Imagine our surprise to find that all the parks in that area were "Reserved" - didn't say who for most of them either. What's more, there were 17 empty parks which initially got our hopes up from a distance, but no, only available for secret parkers! So what's the story then??

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4 days ago

Will you be striking for better pay in the Waikato?

Georgia Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Will you be taking to the streets in your community to strike for better pay? The nurses union has "strongly rejected" a DHB pay and conditions offer and is seeking urgent mediation. That means strikes scheduled for July could still go ahead. Do you support the nurses' stance? What do you think of the latest pay offer? Let us know in the replies. Click here to read more.
(If commenting, please add "NFP/not for print" if you do not want your images/comments used on Stuff).

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4 days ago

Chiropractor injuries

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi all,

We're working on a story about chiropractors.

Has anyone been injured during treatment? Or do you know somebody who has been?

If so, please email reporter Aaron Leaman at aaron.leaman@stuff.co.nz or call/text 027-480-5020.

Thanks all

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3 hours ago

ASB warns of 'smishing' scam

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

ASB customers are being targeted in a "smishing" scam. They've been getting text messages claiming they've been locked out of their bank accounts, but it's really a ruse to get them to hand over their banking details.

ASB is aware of a current SMS ('smishing') scam where people have been sent a text message pretending to be from the bank. The 'smishing' SMS contains a link that once clicked prompts the person to provide personal information and a wide range of details such as login details and their Netcode.

ASB wants to remind everyone that legitimate messages from any bank would never ask customers to supply personal information, login details or second-factor identification.

The ASB Contact Centre is available on 0800 803 804 if a customer is concerned about any suspicious messages they receive. Read more here

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