44 days ago

Thank you Crofton Downs Primary School :)

The Team from Ghost Fishing NZ

One of the most wonderful surprises for Ghost Fishing is when the kids we have been to visit and talk to about how cool the creatures are in our oceans send us notes like this - here is some of the artwork we received in the mail from the kids.

There are pictures of smiling turtles as we talked about them and the problems with plastic bags. Thank you so much to Crofton Downs Primary School and Gill Ackley and teachers.

A wonderful surprise and great images and memories.

More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Have you changed your commuting habits?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Driver shortages, power outages and timetable changes are affecting Wellington's public transport, while the roads are increasingly congested and slowed by roadworks. How are you dealing with commuter frustrations? Have you changed your commuting habits in the past year? (Please mark comments not for print NFP)

7 hours ago

Broadmeadows most sought after site?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Overlooking Khandallah and the Wellington Harbour, you will be blown away by the setting of 7 Bharat Terrace.

With 1700sqm of land this home boasts plenty of green space and a home that will suit a growing family.

This home features;

4 Bedrooms + Rumpus
Pool room
Central heating
Incredible views from the city to Eastbourne
Large living and dining space
Flat fully fenced lawn, spa and BBQ area
Double internal garage and additional space for a boat and two cars
Quiet cul-de-sac living
Zoned for Wellington Girls, Raroa and Onslow
Public transport a short stroll up the Terrace

Surely this is the most sought after site in Broadmeadows?

RV $1,170,000

Deadline 4th September 2019, 1pm
21 Ganges Road

Get in touch with the number one Broadmeadows team Steve Platt and Steve Rodwell

10 hours ago

How to deal with neighbourhood disputes

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, most of us are lucky enough to get on with the people we live next door to, but what can you do if you don't?

We asked some experts how to stop minor irritations turning into something more serious, and who you can you turn to if things start to get out of hand - because being better neighbours can only have a positive impact on the quality of our communities, and who wouldn't want that :)