65 days ago

Reach out to those who need help

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Panic buying of items won’t protect you against coronavirus. Doing this only puts unnecessary pressure on our supermarkets and on our most vulnerable who cannot afford to stockpile.

Be more Neighbourly and buy in moderation - New Zealand supermarkets have got strong supply chains.
Need help or can you support someone in need?

Reach out to your Neighbours here now https://www.neighbourly.co.nz/reachout

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19 hours ago

🎹 lessons

Sharlene from Brooklands - Vogeltown

Our whAnau 💖 🎶 we want to learn how to play our 🎹 and become less repetitive. The kids favorite tune is becoming painful. Is anyone interested in teaching us for a reasonable price. An exchange would be right on. I do reflexology and massage therapy
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1 day ago

bee hives

Margaret from Brooklands - Vogeltown

I see by a report on stuff that commercial beekeepers can still dump their stripped hives close to our city boundary . here I am asking who where an when did council ask the community for their views?, large scale hives dumped over winter kill more local hives than anything else . Did someone get a backhander?. can anyone out there put their hand up a say they were asked? as for cats like my cats can we not reduce amount of council employees instead Rob

21 hours ago

Did you miss out on diagnostic appointments during lockdown?

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

People are diagnosed with cancer everyday in New Zealand, but what about during the coronavirus lockdown? We're keen to talk to someone whose diagnostic appointments were put on hold during alert level 4, and how this has affected you. If you are willing to share your story, and be identified, please email kelly.dennett@stuff.co.nz.