Are you, your children or grandchildren getting involved in Halloween this year? Stuff and The Press newspaper would love to hear from you.
We are hoping to find out how things may be a little bit different for Halloween this year due to Covid-19, and to see how people are still pushing through with their celebrations.
Will you be wearing a face mask with your costume? Or offering hand sanitiser to trick or treaters? Whatever it is you're up to, we'd love to hear about it.
Please comment below or email email@example.com if you are celebrating Halloween this year and would like to share how.
Thanks in advance folks!
Thank you to the people who have given me your lawnmowers you no longer need or want gone... Has really helped me in my work during these hard times.. My partner has been repairing lawnmowers & chainsaws for many years now and enjoys doing them up 😃
If you do have unwanted petrol lawnmowers/chainsaws running or not... taking up space in your yard?? I can pick up anywhere ....please message me. Much appreciated 😊 thanks
Mental health charity Voices of Hope has launched its annual holiday campaign - Unite Against Loneliness - which involves sending thousands of cards to members of the older generation through Age Concern.
Many older people already feel isolated and lonely and the Covid-19 pandemic has only added to that, the charity says.
"The art of sending a card to someone at Christmas seems to have been lost over the years, we are encouraging people to revive the tradition of sending someone a nice card in the mail," Voices of Hope co-founder Genevieve Mora says.
"This could be a family member, neighbour, someone you know of or mail it to us, and we can make sure it gets out to someone in need of a bit of cheer. Hopefully this will help someone feel a bit less lonely this Christmas,."
Cards can be sent to: PO Box 90202, Victoria Street West, Auckland, 1142.
The deadline for sending cards is November 11. Find out more here.
We all have special things we want to protect and share with the people we love when we pass away. It could be your record collection, perhaps some artwork, or even that classic car you’ve spent so long restoring. If it’s important to you, put it in your will.
An up-to-date will is the best way to protect your legacy – and your prized possessions.
If you last made a will when disco was all the rage, it’s time for an update.