Letting people know about me being ripped off last week.Went to my Doctor in Waitara to get something to break Phlegm (Mucus) down. Got sent next door to the Unichem Chemist and the chemist grabbed a bottle of Robitussin off the shelf. $25, thanks very much. Ran out before the week was up. Got my wife to buy me another bottle, today from the Supermarket, South Rd, New Plymouth. $15. How can a Chemist justify that sort of increase in price. Waitara people, you are being Ripped off as well
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We’re heading into winter, and with households self-isolating together, there’ll be more cooking at home, and more use of open fires, heaters, and dryers - all things which can increase fire risk.
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We've all got to do our bit and stay home for the next four weeks. How are you going to keep fit during the lockdown?
25.6% Early morning jogs when no one is around.25.6% Complete
12.8% I've got my own gym set up at home.12.8% Complete
5.1% Late night jogs when the streets are clear.5.1% Complete
5.1% Push-ups in my lounge.5.1% Complete
5.1% Star-jumps in my back yard.5.1% Complete
15.4% I will follow some online exercise classes.15.4% Complete
30.8% Lockdown is no time for exercise.30.8% Complete