91 days ago

Bear-y creative

Maxine Jacobs Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Ngā mihi o te ata kiritata,

Some of our neighbours have gone above and beyond with their take on the teddy bear hunt sweeping the nation.

The McKinnon and Walter families have created a giant bear in their paddock, alongside a big dog - I don't think its name is Clifford - and a few side pieces their children jump on to bring joy to passing truckies.

Do you have any teddy bear creations that we haven't seen? Post them here or send them through to maxine.jacobs@stuff.co.nz, we'd love to see them :)

*Sorry about the dad pun, I couldn't help myself

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1 day ago

Disabled car parks snatched away

Maxine Jacobs Reporter from Manawatū Standard

Mōrena kiritata,

People with disabilities are missing out on Palmerston North's nightlife because able bodied people are taking their parks after wardens go home.

Should parking wardens hours be extended, or should people gain some more respect.

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9 hours ago

Kindling Wood

Heather from Roslyn - Terrace End

We have five bags of 5kg Kindling Wood for sale $5.00 per bag.