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I have an Optus D2 satellite dish so I can receive the Dutch/ Flemish BVN television broadcasts. Ever since they changed the transponder frequency I have no more reception. I do have the box plugged in and the remote and tried everything to change it but no luck. Is there anyone on Neighbourly who can do this for me? I will pay you for your time of course. I took a screenshot of the BVN website with details, but it does not mean anything to me. ( I know you can get BVN online, but I have the whole setup already and would like to use it.
A central Wellington park has become a magnet for “anti-social behaviour” with a new report detailing reports of drug dealing, violence, and sexual assault.
The Wellington City Council report, published, found “a consistent level of anti-social behaviour” at Te Aro Park on Wellington’s Golden Mile, which was higher than other central city parks.
New Zealand springs forward this weekend as Daylight Saving time begins.
Clocks will go forward by one hour at 2am on Sunday 27 September. Daylight saving time will continue until Sunday 4 April 2020, when clocks will go back by one hour to NZ Standard Time.
Most New Zealanders should experience a seamless transition, with modern electronic devices adjusting automatically. However, older devices may need to be adjusted manually.
Do not forget it is also a good time to check emergency plans, survival kits and smoke alarms.