69 days ago

He Ara Kotahi bridge not the place for padlocked romantic gestures

Matthew Dallas Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Morning Neighbours,
People love He Ara Kotahi bridge, but Palmerston North City Council is adamant they don't want any love locks on the bridge, fearing it may damage the lights. Fair call? Is there somewhere more appropriate where Manawatū romantics can feel like their in Paris, attach a padlock and throw away the key?

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1 hour ago

ATC COMMUNITY MARKET

Lynne from Feilding

We're Back!!!
Saturday 1st February our very own local Community Market is on from 9am - 1pm in Manchester Square. Come and buy or sell your wares! Crafts, clothing, plants, produce, bric a brac and lots more!
Contact Lynne on 021 606 423 if you want to book a stall, otherwise we look forward to seeing you there!

3 hours ago

Volunteer for Victim Support

Victim Support

Hi Neighbours,

Victim Support are currently recruiting new volunteers in the Manawatu Taranaki region, who can be there to help people coping with the impacts of crime and trauma.

If you’re a sensitive, resilient and good listener, with good written communication skills, computer literate and able to commit some time each week, we’d like to hear from you!

Volunteers receive comprehensive training and support from our professional team, and no qualifications or experience are required. Our next Initial Programme Training (ITP) in the Central region is planned for 4/5 and 18/19 April.

Contact us to find out more – call 0800 VOLUNTEER or go to our website.

We would love to hear from you!
Sheryl and the Victim Support Central team
Find out more

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3 days ago

Rash response to cafe note on nappy changing

Matthew Dallas Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Hi neighbours,
A two-sentence note to customers set off a firestorm of online emotion and negative reviews for a Palmerston North cafe. Are people too quick to be offended these days or are they justifiably riled?

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