In preparation for Neighbours Day Aoteroa (March 27- April 5 2020), join Cissy & Sam for an interactive workshop.
Explore ways to reach out and include all the different people that make up our communities.
The workshop is ideal for neighbours, community leaders, organisations, and anyone who wants to build connections.
Please join us at New Zealand Red Cross Service Centre, 59a Bank Street (upstairs from the shop - an elevator is available), Whangarei.
See the panui attached for more details.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
I opened stuff tonight and what did I see? A picture of shelves devoid of toilet paper in Wellington, that shoud've been there.
Folks, Covid is a respiratory disease in the first place - it's not Cholera!
You do not get the dire rear from Covid.
Reminds me of this joke I read a year ago: " It's the year 2039, and John gets to open the last pack of toilet paper that his mother bought in 2020". I actually observed a woman coming out of Countdown with 3-4 18packs of toilet paper last year and her little 4-5 year old asking her why she bought all that stuff. Mom was not amused! LoL.
Nine months ago a guy crashed his car through our fence and on to our property. He has made several unfulfilled promises to remove it, but has not. Unsure of our rights can anyone help?
Kia ora neighbours, a Northland cat whose head became stuck in a tin can while scrounging for scraps had to be rescued by police.
The cat was only minutes away from death when sergeant Paul Nicholas discovered the animal on Charles St in Kamo.
“While it looked quite comical, I realised it was fairly serious,” Nicholas said.
Read the full story by clicking the link below.