37 days ago

Do you treasure your phonebook or chuck it straight in the recycling bin?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Hey neighbours - Do you still use the phone book?

It lists the names, addresses and phone numbers of people, but according to some it belongs in the recycling bin of history.

However, with nearly two million Yellow and White Pages landing in letterboxes up and down the country, the directory may still prove more popular than rhetoric would suggest.

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More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

WATCH: Ditched city life for bus life

The Team from Play Stuff

Hi Neighbours, would you ditch city life to live on a custom made bus?

Amber and Andy ditched city life and quit their jobs after a near death experience during the Christchurch earthquake, to live in a bus with their children, Jake, 6, and Daisy, 4.

Play Now: play.stuff.co.nz...

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2 hours ago

HOUSIE Every Wednesday.

Derek and Maureen from Redwood

Housie every Wednesday 7.15 start.
Great caller, Food Bar. This is probably Christchurch's longest running Housie.

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1 day ago

Rates from 2004-5 to present mine almost tripled over 14 years

Brenda from Rangiora

AT the current rate more people are going to be homeless as wages have been holding steady.
From $1353.55 Council rates and environment canterbury
2019-2020 $3169.50 Waimakariri Councils
2018-2018 $290.00 Environment Canterbury not sure what these have gone up too. It is around $3500
What's happening to yours? I feel to halt COuncil excessive spending we need to halt rate increases till wages can catch up.