We hear from Casey Eden, the co-founder and manager director of Neighbourly, the online social network aiming to bring neighbours together to connect with their local communities. 60 000 people in 14 hundred different suburbs around the country have signed up to neighbourly.co.nz. The website aims to bring people from a neighbourhood together - whether it's to locate a lost pet, share an event or discuss local crime. 700 community organisations are also involved, including the fire service, councils, local boards and business associations. Is this a 21st century way to meet neighbours, or potentially another way to give away personal information online?