25 days ago

Poll: Growing food in school.

NumberWorks'nWords Lower Hutt

Should this be part of your child's school curriculum?

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Growing food in school.
  • 96.4% Yes
    96.4% Complete
  • 3.6% No
    3.6% Complete
1537 votes
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20 hours ago

Washing on the Clothes line...Carbon footprint.

Sandra from Normandale

I am old fashioned, I hang the washing on the clothes line every time.
I hate the clothes drier.
NOW I learn that I have saved so much of MY OWN Carbon Footprint on this earth.
AND if everyone did same, by NOT using the drier for one year, [ that is saving the cost of 9 months petrol use to the environment.]
USA has laws against using clotheslines as neighbours might get upset seeing knickers on the line....REALLY.....they need to go back to allowing clothes lines in every backyard to be used.
WHAT SAYS YOU?

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16 hours ago

Sharing the Love

Jane from Naenae

Give credit where credit is Due.I wish i could name you all who have given generously to help Laura,Debbie n Little Lucas in the Loss of their Home.Praise God we still have them with us n thru the generosity of our Community n surrounding neighbours we banded together to replace the loss of material things we all need. A big thank you to Helen who allowed me to assist her in this tramatic situation.In the running of the Pataka Aroha (free food pantry ) I dont get to meet the people who come,in the last couple of days I have met so many of you personally,been hugged n embraced n feel I have known you all my life.From Helen,Laura,Debbie n little Lucas we say Thank you all abundantly.Nga mihinui koutou katoa whanau.The emo what eva is at the top Caryl Cook. 🌷🌷🌷

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18 hours ago

Knitting and crochet patterns

Rosalie from Wainuiomata

Hi I have a MASS of both knitting and crochet patterns including needles to give away I am no longer able to do either of those things now pity, and you are welcome to have them but you need to pick up