59 days ago


The Team from SPCA - Auckland Centre

Our Auckland stores are growing, and we are excited to announce that our new store at 121 Wairau Road in North Shore Auckland is opening on Thursday 2nd December — make sure you come along to check it out!

Search for some treasures and get yourself some savings, all while knowing that every dollar you spend in-store contributes to helping animals in need 🐱🐰

For opening hours and contact information, please visit: www.spca.nz...

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17 hours ago

Have you got New Zealand's best shed?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Once again, Resene and NZ Gardener are on the hunt for the country's best shed! Send in the photos and stories behind your man caves, she sheds, clever storage spaces, cute chicken coops and potty potting sheds. The Resene Shed of the Year 2022 winners will receive prizes worth more than $2200. Just tell us in writing why your garden shed is New Zealand's best, and send up to five high-quality photos. Email to mailbox@nzgardener.co.nz. Entries close Feb 27, 2022.

1 day ago

Fires now prohibited in Marlborough District

The Neighbourly Team

As of the 27th of January, fires are unable to be lit in Marlborough District including the Department of Conservation land.

This change from restricted to prohibited has been made due to the hot and dry weather in the region causing high fire danger.

Marlborough District Manager Grant Haywood has advised on the situation and says '"We’re urging the public to avoid any activity that could cause a spark in dry areas, such as welding, grinding or parking vehicles in long, dry grass."

He advises that fires will begin easily in this climate and will be very difficult to extinguish.

"Check any old fires to ensure they are fully extinguished. Rake them out and apply water to be absolutely sure."

Here's what you need to know:
- Open-air fires are banned in Marlborough District including DOC land.
- Parking vehicles in long grass is a risk at this time.
- Activities that involve fire such as welding and grinding are to be avoided.

To check if your planned activity is allowed, and for fire safety advice, go to www.checkitsalright.nz...