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36 days ago

LOST GINGER CAT

Jo from Hastings Central

Chester is still missing from Mahora, Hastings.. Cornwall park area..Still missing..still searching in the hope that someone has him or has spotted him.. He's a 2.5 yrs..patched Ginger tabby with swirl markings.. He's microchipped and has a small desexing tattoo on the inside of his ear..He has a shy/timid gentle nature.. Has been missing for a few months now ..If you have any information about my boy please ph/message me. It would be greatly appreciated. He is a shelter rescue from Australia that adopted and brought back to NZ. 022-589-6531 Thank you

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1 day ago

Do you think choosing a childless future is a good way to combat climate change issues?

The team Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

New Zealand couples choosing not to have children because they don't want to contribute to the rapid decline of the planet say they are making a sacrifice for society.

The trend has been recognised globally as 'birth striking', where women and men are abstaining from procreation in a bid to raise awareness about "climate breakdown and civilisation collapse".

Do you think this is an effective way of combating climate change issues?

stuff.co.nz/environment/climate-news/114143481/new-zealand-couples-concerned-for-planet-choose-childless-futures

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18 hours ago

CHLORINE FREE WATER

Lee from Akina

Does anyone know where the new chlorine free taps are in Napier, I heard they might be at Anderson park?? Thanks