Hi Neighbors, I am currently looking for another kitten please if anyone has one to give to a good home? Please contact me on 021647131 pics would be good too plz or just message me here plz with pics if you can?? Thank you and much appreciated. Preferably house trained if possible please. But am fine to train myself. Thanks again.
As Im sure everybody that travels Sutton Road is aware, there have been long & protracted 'road works' carried out over the past year or so.
What is disturbing is they have taken a mildly rough road & managed to systematically make it worse, alot worse.
Areas that have been patched are in a worse state than before they started, the finished product is now of lower quality & more dangerous than before & to top it off they also managed to work around the worst 'pre reseal' areas that needed fixing altogether !
Im sure that took some hard work to avoid those.
If there was an award for incompetence & poor workmanship the contractors involved in the roading win hands down. The council can put its hand up for obvious lack of project managing and total waste of our rates, unless the goal was to make another bad road look better by comparision.
The jokes over, those responsible need to sort this mess out immediately or find another vocation that doesnt give you any access to the publics purse strings.
This easy wheat free soda bread recipe was brought back from England recently by Helen, one of our Osteopaths, and is definitely worth sharing. It is easy to make, holds together well, and stays fresh for many days.
11/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
4 tblsp mixed seeds
500ml natural yoghurt
1 tblsp honey
1 tblsp oil
Line a loaf tin with baking paper. Mix together the dry ingredients in a bowl, and mic together the wet ingredients in a separate bowl. Combine wet and dry ingredients and mix until completely blended.
Place in loaf tin and sprinkle some extra seeds on top.
Bake at 180C for 25 minutes then lower the temperature to 150C and cook for a further 30 mins. Remove from oven and wrap in a clean tea towel. You will know when the bread is backed when you turn it out and it has a hollow sound when you knock on the base.
Auckland Transport's board may drop all or some of the planned speed restrictions on nearly 800 Auckland roads. Some might not make sense but if a lot are dropped following consultation, how can Aucklanders be sure that it not simply because a reduction is unpopular? Read the story below:
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