64 days ago

Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Rosa Marie has been busy again with her camera.
"I was just thinking that after such a busy week, I needed to get some nature related well-being but it just started pouring! However there is always something to see on our back yard.
Not only did our resident wonky legged Blackbird bring along his offspring to feed juicy worms from our lawn, but a pair of California quails paid us a visit too and enjoyed a good peck around our lawns. Old Wonky legged had a beautiful juicy worm to feed his young but it kept falling out of it's mouth...
Never a dull moment! Awesome to be able to capture all this!"

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3 hours ago

STOLEN SIGN

Gary from Waikanae

Sometime between Thursday 6 January and Sunday 9 January a Waikanae Beach Market sign including the two pronged metal spike was taken from the corner of Huiawa and Rauparaha Streets. A photo of the sign is attached so If anyone finds this sign and the spike can they please call me on 021 1155049. These signs are expensive to replace so a $20 reward is available. Many thanks

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1 day ago

Rubbish removal

Sue from Waikanae

Hi there
Do any of you know of someone reliable to remove 45-50 black rubbish bags, please?
Action Property can't help with rubbish disposal at the moment -
Thank you for your advice!

1 day ago

Sign up for The Antidote: 5 happy things to read about each day

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

We live in unusual times. It all gets a bit much some days. So we're bringing you a much-needed dose of positivity to remind you that there's inspiration, kindness and quirkiness out there too.

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