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Scotts Landing News

You’ll find all the latest community news on this page as well as older news. Feel free to share your views.

Voices for Freedom newsletter

Some residents have received a newsletter in their mailboxes from the above group claiming to know “the truth”about the Covid vaccine. We are very fortunate

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Fibre heading our way

Please see attached the news regarding fibre being brought to our households. The following is a message from Chorus- Chorus is building the Ultrafast Broadband

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MERRA newsletter

Please see attached the autumn newsletter from the MERRA committee. Don’t forget the upcoming AGM and, if you want to contribute to the community by

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War on rabbits

MERRA has invested on some rabbit traps to assist residents with issues on their property. Traps can be booked for 30 day periods at no

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Plant pests

MERRA, in conjunction with Auckland Council, maintains a programme of plant pest management across the peninsular in public areas and walkways. It is the responsibility

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Seats of history

The committee of MERRA have organised the installation of the first in a series of seats to be installed at key vantage points on the

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Rubbish

A reminder to residents to place all household rubbish in the approved council bags or bins. We’ve noticed situations recently where rubbish has been left

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Animal pest control

MERRA maintains an animal pest control programme in conjunction with Auckland Council, with a view to make our peninsular as pest free as we can,

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Annual community cleanup

The annual Scotts Landing community rubbish cleanup was held on Sunday 8 November 2020. This event included residents of the peninsular cleaning all roadways and

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Scott House new content

MERRA recently received additional information from Auckland Council Heritage researcher Marguerite Hill about Scott House and also a fascinating videography by Claire Cowan – 2011

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Hill Street fix proposal

Auckland Transport (AT) has settled on an approved design to fix the Hill Street intersection once and for all. Rodney Councillor Greg Sayers says AT

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Produce share table

Now’s the time of the year, with fruit, vegetables and flowers plentiful,  to take advantage of the produce share table, now in its second year

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Life tubes

An innovation from Age Concern Hastings – a tube with essential details on health issues, allergies, medications and where they’re kept, key contacts like next

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Cemetery gets new stairs

The dilapidated staircase giving access from Ridge Road to the Presbyterian Cemetery has been refurbished by MERRA as part of its newly formed alliance with

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MERRA advocates Waste by Rail

The MERRA Committee has noted with concern Beijing Capital Waste Management Ltd’s proposal to establish a new landfill operation north of the Dome Valley by

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Auckland Transport bus links

Auckland Transport bus services exist between Warkworth, Omaha and the Silverdale bus station. These link into North Shore and city  destinations. Click HERE for more

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Real estate listings

MERRA Web Site To Carry Real Estate Listings From September, 2018, the MERRA web site will carry real estate listings for agents who work in

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Noticeboard gets makeover

The long-established notice board on the corner of Ridge Road & Charles Street has been given a makeover. The makeover now provide shelter and seating

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New community response plan

The Civil Response plan for Scotts Landing is now online and available for residents to view online or download. Residents are encouraged to become familiar

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Scotts Landing sign

The MERRA Committee and a volunteer community working group completed  this two year project in 2017.   Stages included community engagement, a successful application for

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Little Library opens

  Scotts Landing has it’s own ‘Little Library’. Located on the cnr of Ridge Rd and Charles St next to the community notice board, the

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