this may save a lot of money getting fixed... i live in a self contained caravan... 2 days b4 heavy rain in richmond..ants invade..2 days ago may solar batteries went dead..so i reached in and turned on the charger. wednesday was beautiful and batteries fully charged but come dark..immediately went flat, short circuit, on opening the battery area, i found dead and live ants all over the charger...sprayed fly spray..the did a full power vacumn all over. the charger lights came on and by morning...everything including the computer worked normal. googled ;ants causing shorting' and found that ants can cause these problems.
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CORRECTION: This post has been amended to clarify that the price of fibre and copper broadband internet services will increase, and that the increase is between $3 and $5 a month, not only $5 a month on fibre broadband plans as previously posted. (Amended at 10.31am, June 23, 2022)
Join us to learn more about the impact of dementia / mate wareware on individuals, our families and whānau, and our communities. This evening of discussion aims to inform, educate and provide some answers about a very important area of healthcare that is affecting us more widely as our community ages.
We'll hear from
- Dr Matthew Croucher, Psychiatrist of Old Age and Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Otago
- Dr Nicky Baxter, Geriatrician
- Chris Gaul, Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Heather Lackner, Manager / Dementia Educator
To register, visit: events.otago.ac.nz/nm-health-lectures-2022/nmhl
Alternatively, please call Angela Craig on 021 279 1934
Don't know when it occurred but someone from resource consent would know.
Our NCC had a stupid idea of using tons of sawdust as backfill.
Don't need to be a brain surgeon to see that it won't work.
Now we are being asked for ideas on how to deal with tidal rise.
How about don't trust our council.