Kia ora Greenhithe

It is fantastic that we made it to Alert Level 1. We did that together.

Let’s keep up our good hygiene practices and not go backwards.

Low numbers of burglaries were reported in Greenhithe over the past 2 months.

We all want to be safe in our homes. Neighbourhood Support groups are aimed at reducing crime by encouraging people to look out for each other in their neighbourhood. Please email Marie and join your street support group. Fewer homes have been burgled in the last five years because of community support groups. It’s that simple. Well done Greenhithe.

Recent studies show 40% of young Kiwis have online interactions with people they’ve never met in real life. Some of these people are not who they say they are and young Kiwis are being harmed. Get help & advice at www.keepitrealonline.govt.nz

  1. This is the number of lives we’ve lost on the road already this year.

All drivers need to step up and do their part. Drive to the conditions and don’t exceed the speed limit. Even when speed doesn’t cause the crash, its impact can be the difference between walking away or being carried away in an ambulance or hearse.

Thanks for taking road safety seriously.

(This data was taken from the NZ Police FB page)

Nga mihi, Troy Williamson

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