600 days ago

The Police can do little without Video proof

Jacques PLUG N PLAY | JAYCAR from Plug N Play Electronics

Here at Plug N Play (Jaycar Stockist in New Plymouth) we hear from so many people that tell us the police requires video proof to prosecute or even just to act on issues with neighbours.

Jaycar now supplies a selection of amazing security camera solutions from SWANN.

Our best selling SWANN kit and the one we highly recommend is a cutting edge and easy to use surveillance system (ref. QV9005) with 1080p high definition to see and protect your premises. This DVR features True Detect™ PIR motion sensors on each camera designed to reliably detect people, pets, cars and other heat generating objects. View live or playback video in high definition with outstanding clarity and enhanced digital zoom on your HDTV or LCD monitor via HDMI or VGA.

Also you can login remotely via your Apple® or Android compatible Smartphone or Tablet using the free HomeSafe View app. 6x cameras supplied with option to add 2 more cameras (sold separately) to offer a great value 8x channel monitoring solution.

Special Neighbourly offer:
Mention this listing and pay $745 incl. gst instead of $789 for the QV9005 SWANN kit!

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3 days ago

What are the worst intersections in New Plymouth?

Blanton Smith Reporter from Taranaki Daily News

What are the intersections you avoid during peak traffic? We all know you can't turn right from Cumberland St into Coronation Ave when the school bell goes, but what are the other problem areas in the city?

3 days ago

Is Neighbourly the right forum for the PM to do a little bit of campaining.

Kathy from Spotswood

Unsolicited emails are called SPAM. Having the PM message me via Neighbourly is also SPAM. Quite frankly I didn't even bother to read the whole 'Look how great I am' spiel. Am I wrong to be offended that I am being targeted in this manner, What will happen when the other political parties cotton on to this. I am going to be inundated with political campaign crap (which I will just delete). Or is this a right just reserved for the PM.

17 hours ago

Challenge the unspoken rules

White Ribbon

A challenge facing too many young men is the sense that they have to live up to the unspoken rules of masculinity – clichés such as “boys don’t cry” and “toughen up”.

White Ribbon encourages everyone to challenge the unspoken rules, so we can let boys and young men enjoy their individuality and define themselves as men who have respectful relationships with themselves and their partners – creating happier, healthier communities for us all.
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