Hi neighbours, A survey of 2000 Kiwis has shown different generations place value different qualities when looking for love. Young adults, aged 16 to 34, ranked a sense of humour as the most important quality in a partner, where as most 55- to 64-year-olds viewed sharing values as more important than sharing a laugh together. Younger people were also more likely to judge potential partners on their looks and perhaps unsurprisingly, more likely to meet their significant other online. What do you think is the most important quality in a partner and how did you meet yours? Please write "NFP" if you don't want your comment to appear in stories.
I am looking for a one bedroom unit for rent please.
For one person.
Can anyone help 😊
No boarding houses please.
Another year has nearly passed, and with every new one comes the chance to make new resolutions (or repeat your old ones). Whether it’s starting and sticking by a new fitness plan, saving to travel, or learning a new skill, do you have a New Year’s resolution? How good are you at sticking by it? Vote in the poll below.
9.6% Yes - I’m excited to implement it9.6% Complete
28.7% No - I never stick by them28.7% Complete
20.6% I haven’t thought about it yet20.6% Complete
41.2% I make goals throughout the year41.2% Complete
This gluten free shortbread can made in shapes to fit a Xmas theme. It would make a lovely personal gift for a gluten free person packaged in a nice jar or box and tied with a ribbon.
11/2 cups fine polenta
3/4 cup rice flour
3/4 cup icing sugar
1 tsp finely grated lemon zest
Place all ingredients in a food processor and pulse until it forms a smooth dough. Turn dough out onto a lightly floured board and roll out to about 1cm thick. Cut into desired shapes and place on a tray covered with baking paper. Leave a 2 cm space between biscuits. Prick biscuits with a fork. Cook in preheated oven at 150C for around 25 minutes until crisp.