This week we are wondering about some neighbour etiquette that can cause conflict. If your neighbour has a tree overflowing with fruit that is visible from the road, is it okay to help yourself? Share your thoughts below.
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16% Yes16% Complete
78.2% No78.2% Complete
5.8% Other - I'll share below5.8% Complete
😊Join us this Saturday 9th March for our annual Floral Carpet Festival taking place right in the heart of Sandringham Village.
🌺Masses of marigolds will decorate Sandringham Reserve, creating a beautiful rangolia pattern.
😍Dancers from Tapasya School of Dance will entertain us and we will also have henna art and delicious samosas!
When? Saturday 9th March, 2pm to 4pm (rain date 10th March)
Where? Sandringham Reserve, 598 Sandringham Road.
Who? Free event by SPiCE - the Sandringham Project in Community Empowerment - All Welcome
#welovesandringham Sandringham Village
NZTA has shared a warning about the Harbour Bridge for this afternoon.
What you need to know:
- Drivers in Auckland will need to take extra care on the Auckland Harbour Bridge this afternoon (Monday 4 March) with heavy wind gusts predicted between 4pm and 6pm.
- It is likely that speed limits may be reduced and some lanes on the bridge may close if wind gusts reach threshold levels.
- The bridge will remain in a 4 x 4 formation during the afternoon peak.
- Motorists are urged to drive to the conditions and look out for the electronic message boards which will indicate lane closures and reduced speeds, and stay within their lane while travelling across the bridge.
- Drivers of high sided vehicles and motorcyclists are advised to avoid the Auckland Harbour Bridge and use the western ring route on State Highways 16 and 18.
Keep up to date on journeys.nzta.govt.nz/traffic |NZTA|.