35 days ago

Continul whinging

Corran from Rangiora

Am I the only one tired of the whinging from some quarters about the lockdown and lack of tourist numbers etc. Now some wanted NZ to go the way of Sweden. well Sweden with population of over 10m had over over 1.2k deaths NZ with half that number had 27 deaths. Would these people rather that we had a lot more deaths so that they wouldn't lose a lot of income?? Money more important than others heath?

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3 hours ago

2005 Toyota Caldina for sale. Reduced price for cash sale to $4300.

Rita from Rangiora

In excellent condition
220000 km
4 speed automatic

1,990 cc petrol engine
Brand new warrant until May 2022
Very tidy inside and out
Cash price Reduced to $4300
Can be viewed in Rangiora
Txt Simon on 0211712543

5 hours ago

Beer Crates

Debbie from Spencerville

I’m after a couple of preferably empty beer crates to buy
If anyone has one or 3 they don’t want or need send me a message

11 hours ago

Plunge in bank counter transactions is no surprise

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

From columnist Mike Yardley: Understandably, bank branch closures are one of the biggest casualties of the digital age. Ongoing rationalisation of bricks and mortar branches is inevitable, but it’s debatable whether retail banks have struck the right balance between expediting the digital drive, and sustaining solid customer service.

Do they really give full consideration to the adverse impacts on communities from branch closures, the reputational damage from obliterating their physical presence, or their wider obligations as good corporate citizens?

Read Mike's full column here.