More messages from your neighbours
29 minutes ago

Dementia Hawke's Bay Street Appeal - Remember December

Georgina from Karamu - Waipatu

Look out for the collectors for Dementia Hawke's Bay Street Appeal on Friday 6 December outside Flaxmere, Hastings and Havelock North New World Supermarkets and also sites in Napier and Waipukurau.
Remember December being the catch phrase.

All funds stay within the community. You can see some of the things they get up to on their Facebook Page but also they are always happy for people to phone if you need more information and or support. www.facebook.com...

Dementia Hawke’s Bay see the Street Appeal as an important way of bringing awareness to the wider community of the very active role they play to support both the carers and people with various forms of Dementia which includes Alzheimer's .

9 hours ago

Private Messages. Response from Neighbourly Helpdesk to me so sharing it with you.

Barbara Neighbourly Lead from Raureka

Good morning Barbara,

Thanks for taking the time to contact us about a Neighbourly private message you’ve received from the Office of the Prime Minister.

From time to time Neighbourly invites organisations and individuals of significance to share an important message through the Neighbourly website. In this case, we invited the Prime Minister to contribute on the back of what’s been a very big year for all New Zealanders.

This is certainly not intended for campaigning purposes, and we have worked with the Prime Minister to ensure the message abides by the Neighbourly Guidelines.

At the moment receiving private messages from our organisational partners is a condition of being a Neighbourly member. However, we really appreciate you taking the time to contact us with your thoughts and please rest assured that these have been noted.

In the meantime, we'll be happy to give you a hand with your email settings if you'd prefer not to receive notifications for new private messages. You can make any adjustments yourself by heading here: www.neighbourly.co.nz...

Let us know if you need any assistance, we'll be happy to help.

Warm wishes,
Elesha
Communications Manager

In the meantime, we'll be happy to give you a hand with your email settings if you'd prefer not to receive notifications for new private messages. You can make any adjustments yourself by heading here: www.neighbourly.co.nz...
Let us know if you need any assistance, we'll be happy to help.
Warm wishes,
Elesha
Communications Manager

7 hours ago

Poll: Should horse racing be banned?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The Melbourne Cup can be seen as an excuse for people to dress to the nines and get so drunk that they often miss seeing the races.

The physical and psychological pain these horses suffer is immense, with the movement against horse racing growing as animal welfare advocates call for change. What do you think? Should horse racing be banned? Vote in the poll below.

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Should horse racing be banned?
  • 31.5% Definitely - it’s inhumane
    31.5% Complete
  • 14.4% No - it’s a bit of harmless fun
    14.4% Complete
  • 3.2% I don’t have an opinion
    3.2% Complete
  • 50.9% Only for those found guilty of abuse
    50.9% Complete
841 votes