61 days ago

Help keep our city clear from dog poo!

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Big or small, short or tall, if you own a dog please keep them under control by exercising them on a lead in public while in Level 3. Don't forget to take a bag with you to collect their 💩💩 - thank you for playing your part to keep our public shared spaces clear of dog poo :)

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More messages from your neighbours
11 hours ago

Community outcomes

Communications from Tauranga City Council

Hit the link now to have your say on our refreshed ‘community outcomes’.

These are the five main goals we set for ourselves. They help determine how the city will look and feel in the future, and they also help us prioritise our funding.

The survey closes July 26.

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10 hours ago

How eco-friendly is your grocery shopping?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Most of us like to think we're doing what we can to lessen our impact on the environment, but how green is your weekly shop?

Beyond the eco-swaps you’ve probably already made, here are some of the least eco-friendly grocery store items to steer clear of next time you're loading up your trolley, with minimal disruption to your routine.

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11 hours ago

Why you should be using natural salts in baths

Brandon Vickers from Bruntwood Lane

Ocean bathing has long been considered a healthy practice – especially for sufferers of eczema and dermatitis. So, forget Dead Sea salt concoctions! Here’s a brief spotlight on our local Marlborough sea salt.

It’s naturally rich in over 20 trace minerals including calcium, magnesium, potassium and many others. These salts are known to assist and promote skin barrier function giving a soothing and moisturising bathing experience.

So, have a go at adding a scoop of Marlborough sea salt to your next bath and indulge in the luxurious healing powers of the ocean.

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