21 days ago

The NZ House & Garden House Tours are selling fast!

The Team from NZ House & Garden House Tours

NZ House & Garden House Tours are hitting the regions for 2020! Book your next summer weekend away now for a chance to step inside the pages of one of New Zealand’s favourite magazines! Join us for a day of indulgence visiting exquisite homes and gardens, all in support of Breast Cancer Foundation NZ. For the last eleven years, the magazine has handpicked five fabulous locations around the country and this time we are delighted to be heading to the Bay of Islands, Taupō, New Plymouth, Blenheim and Dunedin. For more information and to secure your tickets for an inspiring day out exploring, please visit our website.

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More messages from your neighbours
44 minutes ago

By sharing your light you light the way for others.

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Tis the season... let's help make other's holidays more merry and bright.

#NSNZthejoyofgiving

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4 hours ago

To shift the Port North?

Online Content Publisher from Whangarei District Council

“Do I support the Ports of Auckland moving to Northport? Do I want us to go into this with our eyes wide open? Absolutely.” – Whangarei Mayor Sheryl Mai.

Click "Read More" to view her full column on moving the port to Whangarei.

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3 hours ago

Scams and Phishing a reminder

Tel from Central Whangarei

I recently received an email from ANZ (It was genuine) and thought to share it with you. Basically it was a general warning about email attacks and was titled, "Don't become an email scam statistic."


The following was a crucial section which I have copied from the email.



"How can you protect yourself?

"Be cautious about emails that:
• ask you to update or verify your details online
• say you've won prizes from competitions that you don't remember entering
• try to get you to act quickly by threatening you with legal action, closure of an account or loss of access to your online banking.

"As a general rule of thumb, if an email looks suspicious don't reply to it, don't open any attachments or click on any links in it. Simply delete it.

"Remember, no bank will ever ask you for your banking log in information in an email, text message or over the phone."


Yes everybody has heard this many times but the message is still valid.