It's te wiki o te reo Māori, and to celebrate this awesome initiative, we've given our logo a little update.
'Haporitanga' means 'the many principles and actions of being a community' and we think it's a great way to express what Neighbourly is.
Are you keen to dive straight into te wiki? Here's a video by our mates at Stuff showing five te reo words that every person from across the motu (country) needs to know.
For more coverage on Māori language week, click the 'Read more' button below.
New Zealand is a nation of cat lovers, and increasingly – at least anecdotally – we’re keeping them inside.
Owners say welfare and conservation concerns are the main drivers; experts are cautious not to say too much, and cats are silent on the issue thus far.
What's worse — keeping a cat indoors 24/7, or letting it roam free where it will hunt birds, and possibly be injured?
Read the full story here and share your thoughts in the comments below.
Morning, I have tried a couple of timber yards and unfortunately they are out of stock. Thought I would try on here and see if anyone had built a deck lately and has Garapa timber offcuts I can buy. Looking for anything from 200mm - 1 meter in length. Cheers Kylee
Shadbolt Park in New Lynn has been named a Covid-19 location of interest.
Anyone who visited the park between 7:30pm-8:30pm on Friday 15 October is being asked to self-isolate for 14 days and get tested immediately, as well as additional tests on day 5 and 12.
There were 32 new locations of interest announced yesterday, including in the West Auckland suburbs of Glen Eden, Henderson, Kelston, and Te Atatū.
Stay up to date with locations of interest here.