38 days ago

Get cybersmart and protect your business

Digital Boost

Hi Neighbour,

We’re all pretty well-versed in securing our homes when we head out the door to work, the shops, or a walk around the block. Locking the doors and setting the house alarm is second nature to many of us. But sometimes we aren’t quite so cautious when it comes to our online security, which protects many of our personal and business assets.

Although no one is immune - don't waste another minute worrying that your business might become a target. Instead, get clued up on a few easy steps you can take to keep yourself and your business safe.

Why not give your business a cyber security risk assessment or ensure you have secured your website - it’s simple and we can help.

Digital Boost is here to guide you through protecting yourself online - doing so may save you a lot of time and stress in the future. We've got simple-to-follow videos on everything from software updates to password authentication and phishing.

Safeguarding your business is time well spent, so arm yourself with the knowledge today!

The team at Digital Boost

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"Christmas Carol Singing"

Jean Bennetts from New Plymouth Corps - The Salvation Army

Sunday 5th December at 2pm in Knox Church Community Centre, 17 Grey Street, Waitara.
Bring Christmas to Waitara! (Christmas Dress optional)
Come along to join us for some well-known Carols and & Old Time Hymns.
All welcome."

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21 hours ago

Censorship

Russell from Lynmouth - Moturoa

Another post censored. What a crock. I sometimes think New Zealand must be spelt 新西兰. There was no misinformation in the Doctors video I posted - he was not anti anything to do with Covid - he's a bloody doctor for Dogs sake - did you actually watch it? This is unbelievable censorship and confirms my worst fears about media control in this country. University educated woke dickheads dictating what we can read or watch sucking up to their Socialist zealots.

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Nearly 120 years later, TG Macarthy continues to help those in need

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Since its inception in 1912, and with the support of our Charities team TG Macarthy Trust continues to help New Zealand communities by awarding grants to not-for-profit organisations. Read about what the trust is getting up to, almost 120 years after it was established.