42 days ago

Poll: Do you support having daylight saving?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Hi Auckland neighbours,

Daylight saving ends on April 4 when Kiwi clocks go back one hour.

As we fall back into fall, some Aucklanders welcome the change while others hold strong objections.

Your feedback is welcome.

If you don't want your comments to be used by Stuff, please put NFP.

Do you support having daylight saving?
  • 65% Yes
    65% Complete
  • 26.6% No
    26.6% Complete
  • 8.4% Neutral
    8.4% Complete
1698 votes
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John from Warkworth

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Artist wanted to join 2021 Mahurangi Artist 's StudioTrail

Talia from Puhoi

Join us in this year’s Mahurangi Artist Studio Trail (MAST)
Labour weekend and the following

Now in its 3rd year – We want more Artist to take part and open their studios to the public for this annual event.

Join the 30+ Artists now! www.mahurangiartistnetwork.com... or email us on mahurangiartistnetwork@gmail.com

From the Dome Valley, to Puhoi, to Omaha, and Leigh open your doors to show off your great creative talents from 23rd to the 31st of October 2021 as part of this year’s Mahurangi Artist’s Studio Trail.

The event invites Artists to open their studios, homes or collective spaces to visitors over one or two weekends in October. The studios form an art trail, which visitors follow with a downloadable map. This is an annual event and a great opportunity for Artist to meet the public directly and explain your practice.

Get in touch and join the Mahurangi Artist Network and get to know more Artists in your local area!