45 days ago

What should happen with the Thames pool?

Libby Totton Reporter from Hauraki Herald

The removal of Thames Centennial Pool from its current site of 50 years will cost $3 million with the land eventually returned to mana whenua.

The ailing and aging Thames Centennial Pool facility, which sits on a sacred urupā, is set to be returned in 2027 as the district looks to establish a replacement facility elsewhere.

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12 hours ago

Minimalist Design in Apartment Living

The Team from Ryman Healthcare

Ryman’s Charles Upham Retirement Village resident Di is a former fashion designer, artist and self-confessed shoe hoarder who travels, still paints and has stamped her eclectic minimalist style on her apartment.

She gives us her top 3 design tips on how she’s turned her space into a beautiful home.
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1 day ago

Poll: How much is your monthly BROADBAND bill?

The Team from NZ Compare

Internet is something we need these days for work, study, keeping in touch with loved ones or just to watch a movie! It's another bill to manage right?!

With the cost of living rising, how much your broadband bill is setting you back each month?

Let's help each other SAVE money!

How much is your monthly BROADBAND bill?
  • 21.2% Under $70
    21.2% Complete
  • 18.9% $70-$80
    18.9% Complete
  • 19.1% $80-$90
    19.1% Complete
  • 40.8% Over $90
    40.8% Complete
539 votes
4 days ago

Poll: Could we live without public bins?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Many public rubbish bins are being removed by councils due to the large costs of regularly emptying them. Do you think we can adapt and live without them?

Type 'Not For Print' if you wish your comments to be excluded from the We Say You Say column of your local paper.

Could we live without public bins?
  • 11.9% Yes
    11.9% Complete
  • 87.5% No
    87.5% Complete
  • 0.6% Other - I'll share below
    0.6% Complete
2202 votes