55 days ago

Hikoi and Petition

Edwina from Waikanae

Kia ora koutou

The Petition calling for action on social and affordable housing in Kapiti was signed by 447 people and we presented it to MP Terisa Ngobi yesterday, The hikoi was in rainless humid conditions and we were all hot and thirsty at the end of it! Thanks to everyone who signed the petition and for all the toots of support we got along Kapiti Road.
Attached is the cover letter we gave our MP. We believe a spark is well and truly alight now and that Council and Govt know that the ball is in their court on housing.

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Pet of the Day: Snuffy and PK.

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Helen Moore, from Napier, sent us this sad but lovely story on Snuffy and PK.
"Snuffy, aged 17, a fierce defender of her property, a drama queen and dedicated rodent hunter. Died from kidney failure late 2018. PK, a massive show off and occasional thief, her sister, died aged 19 early in 2021, a week after my husband died. She comforted me beforehand even though she was unwell herself, snuggling up and licking the tears from my face."
Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say which suburb you live in.

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Electric lawn mowing company

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Grassy Lawn mowing is a clean green mowing company. All equipment is electric to save the environment and very little noise help us do our bit to save the environment call us for your lawn mowing needs. Grassy (Graham) 021404390

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Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

This week we feature a picture from Louise Thomas, who has been to Stewart Island.

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