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43 days ago

How are the measles immunisation rates where you live?

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Vaccine hesitancy – the reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite the availability of vaccines – is now considered one of the top ten threats to global health.As the country wrestles with the worst measles outbreak in more than two decades, it has to be asked; what are we going to do about it?… View moreVaccine hesitancy – the reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite the availability of vaccines – is now considered one of the top ten threats to global health.As the country wrestles with the worst measles outbreak in more than two decades, it has to be asked; what are we going to do about it?

Search for your suburb here to check the immunisation rates percentages in 2018.

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45 days ago

Poll: Which challenges should Northland councils be focusing on?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - Northland's four councils are facing a number of challenges.

What do you think is the most important challenge to focus on? Is there anything missing from the list? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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Which challenges should Northland councils be focusing on?
  • 46.7% Economic growth vs environmental sustainability
    46.7% Complete
  • 0% Reducing inequalities
    0% Complete
  • 13.3% Climate change risks and mitigation
    13.3% Complete
  • 6.7% An ageing population
    6.7% Complete
  • 33.3% Protecting biodiversity, biosecurity and water
    33.3% Complete
15 votes
44 days ago

Overcoming Obstacles

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

🏉 Through school-based programmes like #KiwiCan, #Stars, and #ProjectK, we empower our youth to grow into the best versions of themselves.

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44 days ago

Loans built for small business

Prospa

Kurt Jacks from Auckland’s “The Rib House” discovered the missing ingredient in his recipe for success when he used a Prospa Small Business Loan to dish up the vital support he and his family needed to grow the business.

The simple, streamlined application process was just what he needed … View more
Kurt Jacks from Auckland’s “The Rib House” discovered the missing ingredient in his recipe for success when he used a Prospa Small Business Loan to dish up the vital support he and his family needed to grow the business.

The simple, streamlined application process was just what he needed as a time-strapped business owner – and the funds were immediately put to use on upgrades and kitchen renovations.
Find out more

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44 days ago

THIS WILL SURPRISE YOU

The Team from Neighbourly Property

This lovely section in Cable Bay will surprise you. Down the end of a quiet cul de sac, and currently just a couple of neighbours and the rest in bush. A large 5171m2 section is here for you to take possession. With a relative easy build site, this property has a nice little surprise that makes … View moreThis lovely section in Cable Bay will surprise you. Down the end of a quiet cul de sac, and currently just a couple of neighbours and the rest in bush. A large 5171m2 section is here for you to take possession. With a relative easy build site, this property has a nice little surprise that makes it a little gem, unexpected bonus, a peak of the sea to remind you what is just a short distance away. What more could you want, a great size section in a residential subdivsion with plenty of space to spread your wings. This section is a win win for everyone so call now for your appointment to view.

45 days ago

Wishing everyone a safe, fun and kind #FathersDay weekend!

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

To celebrate here's some of our fave cheesy dad jokes...


Q: What did the policeman say to his belly button?

A: You're under a vest!

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To celebrate here's some of our fave cheesy dad jokes...


Q: What did the policeman say to his belly button?

A: You're under a vest!


Q: How do you make a tissue dance?

A: Put a little boogey in it!


Q: Where do bees go to the toilet?

A: At the BP station!


#NSNZrandomactsofkindness

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46 days ago

YOUR NEW BEACH PAD

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Welcome to your new beach pad, your new home, your place to relax and enjoy a new lifestyle at the beach. With loads of space for all the toys, the caravan, the boat and the cars. There are not too many properties with all this has to offer. The home is 117m2 with 3 bedrooms, new kitchen and … View moreWelcome to your new beach pad, your new home, your place to relax and enjoy a new lifestyle at the beach. With loads of space for all the toys, the caravan, the boat and the cars. There are not too many properties with all this has to offer. The home is 117m2 with 3 bedrooms, new kitchen and open plan living, a lovely deck off the living area and very private. The flat 809m2 section is fully fenced and looks out onto the rural paddocks. If you are looking for your next spot to retire or just getaway then look no further this is it. The all important "man cave" is double; there's a caravan plug for visitors and loads of parking on the concreted driveway. The beach is just a short stroll away. This warm and inviting home is a must to view. This won't last long, be in quick for summer.

46 days ago

WOFs incorrectly passed - have you been affected?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - there is a possibility that 1840 vehicles passed by Jaco Jacobs, and his Whāngārei-based inspecting organisation JJ Automotive Services Ltd, could have been passed incorrectly.

Vehicle owners would be contacted by NZTA as soon as possible to advise them on recheck options.

Have … View more
Hi neighbours - there is a possibility that 1840 vehicles passed by Jaco Jacobs, and his Whāngārei-based inspecting organisation JJ Automotive Services Ltd, could have been passed incorrectly.

Vehicle owners would be contacted by NZTA as soon as possible to advise them on recheck options.

Have you been affected? Have you had experience with dodgy WOF testing in the past?

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46 days ago

WOFs incorrectly passed - have you been affected?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - there is a possibility that 1840 vehicles passed by Jaco Jacobs, and his Whāngārei-based inspecting organisation JJ Automotive Services Ltd, could have been passed incorrectly.

Vehicle owners would be contacted by NZTA as soon as possible to advise them on recheck options.

Have … View more
Hi neighbours - there is a possibility that 1840 vehicles passed by Jaco Jacobs, and his Whāngārei-based inspecting organisation JJ Automotive Services Ltd, could have been passed incorrectly.

Vehicle owners would be contacted by NZTA as soon as possible to advise them on recheck options.

Have you been affected? Have you had experience with dodgy WOF testing in the past?

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46 days ago

Play Stuff is here!

The Team from Play Stuff

Get access to NZ’s newest home for with Play Stuff. Watch thousands of videos on the go or share to a big screen with Airplay or Chromecast.

News, sport, entertainment and so much more. Best of all? It’s totally free.
Play now

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46 days ago

Poll: Government bans swimming with dolphins - is this the right move?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - tourists can no longer swim with Bottlenose dolphins in the Bay of Islands after research found people are "loving them too much and affecting their behaviour".

Have you swam with dolphins before? Is this ban the right move?

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Government bans swimming with dolphins - is this the right move?
  • 75% Absolutely - humans disrupt their natural behaviour
    75% Complete
  • 12.5% No - I think this ban is a real shame
    12.5% Complete
  • 12.5% There should just be more restrictions
    12.5% Complete
8 votes
46 days ago

Poll: Government bans swimming with dolphins - is this the right move?

The team Reporter from Northern News

Hi neighbours - tourists can no longer swim with Bottlenose dolphins in the Bay of Islands after research found people are "loving them too much and affecting their behaviour".

Have you swam with dolphins before? Is this ban the right move?

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Government bans swimming with dolphins - is this the right move?
  • 42.9% Absolutely - humans disrupt their natural behaviour
    42.9% Complete
  • 14.3% No - I think this ban is a real shame
    14.3% Complete
  • 42.9% There should just be more restrictions
    42.9% Complete
14 votes
47 days ago

New rules take effect for rental property market

Paul Reporter from Stuff

This week the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2019 took effect, bringing in a raft of changes for tenants and landlords.

Here's what it means for renters and landlords.

To read more, click here.

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47 days ago

$2.5 million for Kaumātua wellbeing - what should be a priority?

The team Reporter from The Bay Chronicle

Hi neighbours - better lives for the Kaumātua [elderly] of Aotearoa is the focus of a $2.5 million wellbeing project.

Two different projects will run with the first hoping to bring generations together, and the second focusing on high health and social needs. These projects will mix physical … View more
Hi neighbours - better lives for the Kaumātua [elderly] of Aotearoa is the focus of a $2.5 million wellbeing project.

Two different projects will run with the first hoping to bring generations together, and the second focusing on high health and social needs. These projects will mix physical exercise with Te Reo and the passing down of cultural knowledge.

What do you think should be a priority for Kaumātua? What do you think would be most beneficial for them?

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