33 days ago

Support a Kiwi dad this Father's Day

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

Father's Day is just around the corner and for many Kiwi dads, getting a treat isn't an option due to the family's limited disposable income or being a solo dad. You can make Father's Day go further by donating a Father's Bundle to a Kiwi family for only $19.

At this time of year, we want to acknowledge all the dads in New Zealand who work hard to provide for their families - particularly the families who can't make ends meet. So, we created a bundle of goodies that these Kiwi dads will love! The bundle has some chicken, a chunky soup, an apple pie for the family to share, plus a chocolate bar (just for Dad)!

Image
More messages from your neighbours
11 minutes ago

Poll: Will you sign up as a freedom camping ambassador?

The team Reporter from Whangarei Leader

Applications are open for community-minded locals interested in becoming freedom camping ambassadors.

You'll be encouraging campers to play by Whangarei's rules, giving residents confidence that their environment and quality of life will be respected.

Are you passionate about protecting Whangarei's environment? Will you be signing up?

SOURCE: Whangarei District Council

Image
Will you sign up as a freedom camping ambassador?
  • 0% Definitely! Sounds fun!
    0% Complete
  • 0% No, I'm not interested
    0% Complete
  • 0% I've done it before
    0% Complete
  • 0% I don't support freedom camping
    0% Complete
0 votes
13 hours ago

New water feature a good addition for summer?

The team Reporter from Whangarei Leader

Whangarei's new Town Basin Park will be getting an interactive water feature.

It'll have water jets and colourful light displays illuminating the park at night. Is this a good addition in time for summer? What else would you like to see at the park?

SOURCE: Whangarei District Council

Image
7 hours ago

WATCH: Union

The Team from Play Stuff

Hi Neighbours with the Rugby World Cup kicking off this weekend watch this Play Stuff short doco.

Young Māori Jared James finds himself living in a self-imposed exile from his home in New Zealand. Struggling with cultural isolation in Japan, he tackles the challenges of an unfamiliar city using the universal language of rugby.
Watch now

Image