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  # 2128974 18-Nov-2018 18:24
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Fair enough, but I considered the "local" FB group to be fine (I don't even follow that one very much anyway).


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  # 2129034 18-Nov-2018 20:43
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I joined ~3-4 years ago.  At the time, their idea of local was very small.  Where is live there really are only two streets in our community.  And for a while it worked well.  Then neighbourly, obviously not getting enough "engagement" and all that jazz, modified it so my area was at a minimum a 5km radius around my house.

 

In Napier, that's pretty much all of Napier.  Suddenly I was getting all SORTS of posts about useless garbage.  I wrote to them to ask to change it back etc but they said sorry that's how it is now.  So I cancelled it.  Haven't missed it one bit.

 

Our neighbourhood moved to Facebook where there's once again a small, moderated community.  It's much better.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2129092 19-Nov-2018 00:25
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I am also finding it less and less useful, hardly go on there anymore, will look at cancelling when I get back to NZ.

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  # 2173184 5-Feb-2019 08:33
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Saw a reference to Neighbourly on Stuff this week about a suspicious person riding a bicycle up driveways in Hansons Lane, Christchurch.

 

Couldn't read the whole article as not a member.

 

Just had the same guy do the same here! (Street off Hansons Lane)

 

Police report made!

 

Advised that I have photos of him, down to the type of underwear showing!

 

Watch out!

 

Wow - Neighbourly may be some use - but I'm not joining!


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  # 2173193 5-Feb-2019 09:04
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Update: Police have been and collected Pen-drive of 1080p (and better) photos.

 

Hopefully they catch him!


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