34 days ago

Do you think councillors should get subsidised childcare?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Northland Regional Council has voted in favour of councillors getting a childcare allowance. What do you think? Vote in the story or comment below (please put NFP if your comments are not for publication).

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18 minutes ago

Have you had weight loss surgery?

Caroline Williams Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours. If you've had publicly funded weight-loss surgery, I'd like to hear from you for a story about how many are receiving the surgery. I'll be asking you about your experience leading up to and following the surgery, and whether you'd recommend it to others.
Send me an email at caroline.williams@stuff.co.nz or message me here on Neighbourly.
[Please type NFP if your comment is not for print.]

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3 hours ago

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4 hours ago

Is it time to declare a housing state of emergency in the Far North?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - Ex-state rentals from Auckland are being bussed in to provide much-needed housing in Northland.

The "Whare Ora" housing scheme, run by trust Chief Executive Ricky Houghton, makes use of "recycled" homes, aiming to get whānau off the street. The waiting list for state housing has tripled since 2014, and 150 families and individuals are on the waiting list.

What are your thoughts? Is it time to declare a housing state of emergency in the Far North?

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