81 days ago

Do you ever get your neighbours' recycling or rubbish down your driveway?

The Team Reporter from Marlborough Express

When the wind picks up, we often find our bin or others in our cul-de-sac overturned and the contents blowing up the driveways. The multitude of cats in the neighbourhood also sometimes scratch open the rubbish bags and scatter the contents. How much do you hate recycling/rubbish day? What do you think should be done?

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8 hours ago

Looking for Board in Blenheim

Doug from Blenheim

I have one bedroom available share rest of house.
Cheap rent for right person in return for helping with the household chores etc
Prefer a none smoker older age female looking for board in Blenheim
Any inquiries or more info ph 035788046 or email db.cunniffe@gmail.com

1 day ago

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3 days ago

Do you think there needs to be a clamp-down on driver's who use their mobile phones while driving?

The Team Reporter from Marlborough Express

Under the Land Transport Rule, it's illegal for driver's to use their hand-held mobile device to make, receive or terminate a telephone call; create, send or read a text message or email; create, send or view a video message or communicate in a similar or any other way.
Penalties are an $80 fine and 20 demerit points.
Drivers can use a mobile phone to make a call while driving only if it is an emergency situation and unsafe or impracticable to stop the vehicle to make the call.
Have you had any close-calls as a result of driver's using their mobile phones?
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