60 days ago

**UPDATE- Joe Joe has found a furever home, thanks for your help**

Daphne from Aro Valley

Joe Joe is a cuddly moggie who needs a home. His humans are moving overseas at the end of the month. They had a few options for rehoming Joe Joe but they've all not worked out unfortunately. They are looking for a permanent home for him. They were considering a temporary home and then getting him relocated. However with COVID-19, this is not likely to happen anytime soon so would be better if he had a permanent home. Joe Joe's humans are willing to pay for an annual vet check and his food. Please contact Luke at sixmtwltn@gmail.com .

Some details about JoeJoe:
* Just over 10 years old.
* Cuddly boy who looks just like Mog the Cat from the storybooks.
* Not on any meds.
* Eats Royal Canin dry Anallergenic to stop him getting itchy skin.
* Very friendly cat, great with people and children.
* Has lived with other cats in the past.
* Loves sleeping by the fire and cuddles.
* Loves his food.
* Currently living in Aro Valley.

I occasionally feed Joe Joe and he's a very cute cat who looks like Mog reincarnated! Posting this as his humans aren't on Neighbourly. Thanks.

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Are passengers wearing masks and social distancing on our public transport?

The Team Reporter from Dominion Post

Morning neighbours,

How was your commute to work this morning? Was your bus, train or ferry emptier? Were passengers wearing masks and social distancing? For those driving into town, was traffic lighter for you? Or did you choose to work from home?

Physical distancing was reintroduced by Metlink on Wednesday, which meant commuters would have to keep 1 metre apart on buses, trains and ferries, and keep a 2m distance at wharfs and stations.

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1 day ago

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The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hi nieghbours,

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Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield on Thursday announced 13 new cases of community transmission in New Zealand – all outside Wellington.

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3 days ago

Seeking Eco-store hair product bottles ?

Tiffany from Brooklyn

Hey Neighbours, I run a small cleaning business where we aim to reduce as much waste as possible this includes our tools. We make our own wood floor cleaner and find the eco-store hair product bottles (as pictured) perfect to bottle it in to then use for cleaning. If anyone has any I could collect that would be very helpful. I will aim to collect from Neighbours close by the Brooklyn area - Thank you team !

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