Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa

16 days ago

Mission Feedback – Join the conversation

Mission Feedback

As a nation, we recently held a moving ANZAC Day commemoration. So now is a good time to reflect on how we treat our military personnel during and after their service. It speaks volumes about who we are as New Zealanders.

Let’s not leave those who serve our country behind.

Can New Zealand … View more
As a nation, we recently held a moving ANZAC Day commemoration. So now is a good time to reflect on how we treat our military personnel during and after their service. It speaks volumes about who we are as New Zealanders.

Let’s not leave those who serve our country behind.

Can New Zealand do more to ensure that past, present and future service people - and their whānau – are recognised and supported?

Join the conversation now at missionfeedback.co.nz
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16 days ago

Welcome to Stuff Cooks

Emma Reporter from Stuff Cooks

Hi everyone - I am the food editor at Stuff and I will be posting recipes, kitchen hacks and weekly meal plan ideas on this page. If you have any recipes to share or questions, feel free to send me a message.
If you were one those who turned to baking to get through lockdown - and even if you … View more
Hi everyone - I am the food editor at Stuff and I will be posting recipes, kitchen hacks and weekly meal plan ideas on this page. If you have any recipes to share or questions, feel free to send me a message.
If you were one those who turned to baking to get through lockdown - and even if you weren't! - thought I'd kick off by sharing the two most popular recipes on Stuff during those seven weeks: pull-apart hot cross bun bread, a recipe from Nicola Galloway, and cheese straws, a recipe from Sam Mannering. Let me know what you cooked in lockdown too.

18 days ago

Coronavirus: Drive-in service for Auckland's Destiny Church at alert level 2

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Destiny Church is holding a drive-in service to stand for the "freedom and rights" of all New Zealanders, as traditional services remain off limits in Covid-19 alert level 2.

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16 days ago

Poll: Should you take your shoes off at the front door?

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, how do you feel about this divisive household dilemma?

Is taking your shoes off in someone's home the right and hygienic thing to do, or do you see being asked to remove your shoes as a total imposition?

It's one of many home dilemmas we come across on Homed, along … View more
Hey neighbours, how do you feel about this divisive household dilemma?

Is taking your shoes off in someone's home the right and hygienic thing to do, or do you see being asked to remove your shoes as a total imposition?

It's one of many home dilemmas we come across on Homed, along with toilet paper over or under? cutlery up or down in the dishwasher? top sheet or no top sheet?, to name a few. Read more about the arguments for each and see how many people agree with you, here.

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Should you take your shoes off at the front door?
  • 73.4% Yes
    73.4% Complete
  • 2.8% No
    2.8% Complete
  • 23.7% Only in other people's homes if they ask
    23.7% Complete
497 votes
17 days ago

Many Bowling Club AGM

Bruce Travers from Manly Bowling Club

Friday June 26 4:00pm In the Club Pavilion 56 Laurence Street Manly. Numbers to attend subject to Government Regulations that will apply on this date.
Secretary - Jenny Wilson

18 days ago

Fires at cell phone tower, power box in south Auckland investigated

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Another cell phone tower and a power box have been set alight in south Auckland - the latest in a string of attacks.

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18 days ago

Poll: Churches oppose lockdown restrictions

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Brian Tamaki's Destiny Church is holding a drive-in service, as traditional services remain off limits in Covid-19 alert level 2.

Should churches be allowed to hold services in Alert Level 2?

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Churches oppose lockdown restrictions
  • 19.4% Yes, religious services are important
    19.4% Complete
  • 80.6% No, health and safety comes first
    80.6% Complete
726 votes
17 days ago

Back your backyard

Trupti Biradar Reporter from Stuff Travel

As we settle into life in Alert Level 2, we're excited to see a bit more of NZ. Join us as we showcase the best close-to-home travel experiences Aotearoa has to offer.

22 days ago

Why is there no social-distancing on school bus services?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Schools start returning to normal from next Monday, but dedicated school bus services won't have the social-distancing that applies to public transport in Level 2. Why? Read the story below.

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19 days ago

Big shout out to our neighbours

New World

We’ve been proud to work with some amazing charities over the past few months who have been helping Kiwis up the road, down the road and ‘round the corner, to get through.

Join us in thanking all the outstanding New Zealanders at The Student Volunteer Army, Kiwi Harvest, Kaibosh, and food … View more
We’ve been proud to work with some amazing charities over the past few months who have been helping Kiwis up the road, down the road and ‘round the corner, to get through.

Join us in thanking all the outstanding New Zealanders at The Student Volunteer Army, Kiwi Harvest, Kaibosh, and food banks like The Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch City Missions.

Ngā mihi maioha.

#neighbourstogether
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20 days ago

Small business owners – take our survey

Stuff Prosper

Small businesses are vital to the recovery of our economy.

During the Covid-19 restrictions, business owners have shown initiative, hard work and resilience to keep afloat.

But many have been hit hard.

Lack of clarity about just how heavy the toll of the restrictions have been on … View more
Small businesses are vital to the recovery of our economy.

During the Covid-19 restrictions, business owners have shown initiative, hard work and resilience to keep afloat.

But many have been hit hard.

Lack of clarity about just how heavy the toll of the restrictions have been on individual businesses and their ability to quickly rebound adds to the uncertainty of the national economic recovery.

Therefore, Prosper is launching a survey targeted at finding out the scale of Covid-19's impact.

You can take that survey right now – it will only take a few minutes.
Take the survey

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20 days ago

How to create a happy and healthy home for less

The Warehouse

Did you know a government and industry study found the condition of as many as one in two New Zealand homes assessed wasn’t as healthy as it should be?

That has a big impact on our health, but despite the obstacles we face, there are lots of simple ways to make your place warmer and drier, … View more
Did you know a government and industry study found the condition of as many as one in two New Zealand homes assessed wasn’t as healthy as it should be?

That has a big impact on our health, but despite the obstacles we face, there are lots of simple ways to make your place warmer and drier, more comfortable and easier to heat.
Find out more

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20 days ago

Auckland Museum to Reopen on Mon 25 May

The Team from Auckland Museum

Mon 25 May at 10am! That’s when we’ll be opening our doors and welcoming you back to Auckland Museum. As you can expect, we’ll be implementing a lot of procedures to keep you, our communities and our people safe. You'll see we have introduced contact tracing, increased cleaning, hand … View moreMon 25 May at 10am! That’s when we’ll be opening our doors and welcoming you back to Auckland Museum. As you can expect, we’ll be implementing a lot of procedures to keep you, our communities and our people safe. You'll see we have introduced contact tracing, increased cleaning, hand sanitisers and ways to help with social distancing.

We're as excited as you will be, that the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will be open, as we’ve been able to extend it for a limited time.

As they are high touch spaces, unfortunately we won’t be opening Weird and Wonderful, Volcanoes gallery or the Kai Room. We’ll keep updating our website as details become available, so you can plan your visit.

See you soon!

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