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33 days ago

St Vincent Street cycleway.

Keith Neighbourly Lead from Tahunanui

Which idiot designed this suicidal design of a cycleway ? Yet again, another near miss along there as well as a crazy cyclist who assumed he didn't need to bother to look or slow down for cars trying to see their way in our out.... this guy even punched my car, made threats & wanted a fight...Something needs to be done or there will be a serious accident or maybe there has been already ?

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5 hours ago

Dog owners beware of the picnic tables at Isel

Helena from Stoke

Happy family parties in the park mean food that is toxic to dogs is often dropped and not cleaned up. This can be costly and distressing for dogs and their owners if their dog finds such food first.
Please remind people that the food they find yummy may kill someone’s pet.
Responsible dog owners clean up after their dog. Responsible people clean up after their parties.

5 hours ago

Poll: What is the top issue you want the local council to focus on?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The local elections are a great opportunity to decide on who we want to represent our communities over the next three years.

With elections just around the corner, this is a good time to pinpoint the issues that affect you and are important to you. Being clear on this is a first step in knowing what you want your local councillors to support or who to vote for. What are the issues you want your next local council to focus on?

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What is the top issue you want the local council to focus on?
  • 37.4% Rates
    37.4% Complete
  • 12.4% Housing
    12.4% Complete
  • 12.4% Roads
    12.4% Complete
  • 4.4% Public transport
    4.4% Complete
  • 7.4% Water
    7.4% Complete
  • 5.3% Waste
    5.3% Complete
  • 6.5% Climate + environment
    6.5% Complete
  • 8.8% Infrastructure
    8.8% Complete
  • 5.6% Local facilities (like parks and libraries)
    5.6% Complete
340 votes
10 hours ago

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