Campbells Bay, Auckland

29 days ago

Water Blasting services

Harpreet Singh from Wash Rite Lower North Shore

⚠️Caution - Satisfying Before And After Images Within⚠️
House Wash - Commercial Building Wash - Roof Wash - Roof Treatment - Driveway Clean - Deck Clean - Path Clean - Patio clean - Gutter Clear and Rinse - External Pest Treatments🕷🐞
✅ Summer Cleaning (House Wash and Pest Spray)
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⚠️Caution - Satisfying Before And After Images Within⚠️
House Wash - Commercial Building Wash - Roof Wash - Roof Treatment - Driveway Clean - Deck Clean - Path Clean - Patio clean - Gutter Clear and Rinse - External Pest Treatments🕷🐞
✅ Summer Cleaning (House Wash and Pest Spray)
✅ Pre Sale Makeovers (First Impressions are Vital)
✅ Exterior Mould Removal (Healthy Homes Everyone)
Contact Harpreet at Wash Rite Lower North Shore for a completely free no obligation quote.
Your trusted, locally owned and operated, exterior cleaning experts - "100% Satisfaction Guarantee" - "Service First, Quality Always"
Stay Safe, Stay Local, Buy Local
📱 022 403 4433
📞 0800101216
💻 Northshore@washrite.co.nz

Negotiable

29 days ago

Carparks Available 68 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby

Fiona from Sunnynook

I work for a company called 68 Limited, we currently have carparks available immediately at 68 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby. These are undercover carparks with 24 hour access.
Please contact me for more details on 027 600 4633 or mjsmithlaw@xtra.co.nz. Thank you Fiona Liddlow

30 days ago

Earlybird entries ending this Sunday night!

The Team from Round the Bays

Happy long weekend Auckland neighbours!
Are you joining us for Round the Bays 2021? If so make sure you grab your entry this weekend!

This is your last chance to save with our discounted Earlybird entries as prices will be increasing at midnight this Sunday 31 January.

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Happy long weekend Auckland neighbours!
Are you joining us for Round the Bays 2021? If so make sure you grab your entry this weekend!

This is your last chance to save with our discounted Earlybird entries as prices will be increasing at midnight this Sunday 31 January.

Race to www.roundthebays.co.nz... to register now 🙌

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32 days ago

Don’t miss your collection day

The Team from Auckland Council

Auckland Anniversary is just around the corner. Please remember all council kerbside collections will be collected one day later than normal.

Remember all rubbish, recycling bins and bags and food scraps bins (if applicable) are to be placed out before 7am on your collection day.

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Auckland Anniversary is just around the corner. Please remember all council kerbside collections will be collected one day later than normal.

Remember all rubbish, recycling bins and bags and food scraps bins (if applicable) are to be placed out before 7am on your collection day.

All collections will return to normal on 15 February 2021.

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31 days ago

Free to a good home: old clay pipes

Ilan from Castor Bay

Awesome for landscaping or planting. Some are glazed! Be quick: 9 Parr Terrace, Castor Bay

Free

31 days ago

👀 🎬 A short video of Sunnynook property sales statistics to January 2021

Gabrielle Elborough from Sell with Gabrielle

A short video of Sunnynook property sales statistics to January 2021

#sunnynook #mairangibay #campbellsbay #murraysbay #rothesaybay #castorbay #totaravale #forresthill #brownsbay

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31 days ago

Garage sale

Linda from Glenfield

Ths Sunday 30th I am having a garage sale, I am downsizing and moving out of Auckland.
35 Marlborough Avenue, Glenfield
Everything must go. clothes, bedding, crockery and odd bits and pieces. open from 8am

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31 days ago

Bleach jeans Dotti

Mel from Forrest Hill

Size 10!never been worn still has label on it!normally priced at $49.95 selling for $15.00!!pm me or txt me on 02040999339 2day!!dont miss out!!

Price: $15

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31 days ago

Size 8 jeggings

Mel from Forrest Hill

Womans black jeggings never been worn!!splits on the knees very fashionable!!pm me or txt me on 02040999339 2day!!once they gone they gone!!

Price: $15

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31 days ago

Poll: Do you wash chicken before cooking?

New Zealand Food Safety

Washing chicken doesn’t remove bacteria, it just spreads it around. The best way to protect your whānau from getting sick is to wash your hands and kitchen tools after touching raw chicken, and make sure you cook chicken all the way through. Juices
should run clear and there shouldn’t be any … View more
Washing chicken doesn’t remove bacteria, it just spreads it around. The best way to protect your whānau from getting sick is to wash your hands and kitchen tools after touching raw chicken, and make sure you cook chicken all the way through. Juices
should run clear and there shouldn’t be any pink meat in the centre.

Remember to Clean Cook Chill and check our easy food safety tips here.

The team at New Zealand Food Safety.
Find out more

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Do you wash chicken before cooking?
  • 36% Yes I thought washing cleans it
    36% Complete
  • 64% No Chicken shouldn’t be washed
    64% Complete
125 votes
33 days ago

Book list makes summer reading a breeze

The Team from Auckland Council

Summer’s not summer without sand between the pages of a good book, or sunscreen blurring the screen on your phone or ebook reader.

Auckland’s 55 libraries have curated their Top 100 list of titles into ten tempting categories, especially for summer 2021.

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33 days ago

We Say, You Say: Beach Safety

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hi Auckland,

Do you know how to spot a rip?

A study conducted by Surf Lifesaving New Zealand at Muriwai Beach found that 78 per cent of beach goers could not identify a rip current.

One geomorphologist involved in the study spotted a "well-established" rip offshore and asked … View more
Hi Auckland,

Do you know how to spot a rip?

A study conducted by Surf Lifesaving New Zealand at Muriwai Beach found that 78 per cent of beach goers could not identify a rip current.

One geomorphologist involved in the study spotted a "well-established" rip offshore and asked individuals at the beach to point it out.

The vast majority could not do so.

According to SLSNZ, around 80 per cent of rescues made were from people getting stuck in rips. They say that the easiest way to identify them is to spot calm strips of water that are flanked by breaking waves.

“They commonly occur in deeper channels that are cut between sandbars, which means waves don’t break as much in the rip current – this means that beachgoers often mistake them as the safest areas to swim because the water looks so calm when compared to the breaking waves either side.”

Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comments featured in your community paper.
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37 days ago

Samsung S10.

Kerry from Glenfield

Hi all. I have a problem with my phone. It has stopped downloading pictures in my Gmail accounts. I can't find how to fix. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

31 days ago

Summer Rugby Family Festival

Blues

Join the Blues whanau and their southern rivals, the Crusaders, for a (re)re-match at NZ’s first dedicated summer rugby festival.

Experience kids zones, live local music, food trucks, garden bar, marketplace and much more, whilst all supporting our local community. Kids are free with a paying… View more
Join the Blues whanau and their southern rivals, the Crusaders, for a (re)re-match at NZ’s first dedicated summer rugby festival.

Experience kids zones, live local music, food trucks, garden bar, marketplace and much more, whilst all supporting our local community. Kids are free with a paying GA adult ticket $20.
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to children’s charities; I Have a Dream Charitable Trust and KidsCan. Secure your tickets today – available now from ticketmaster.co.nz.
Book Now

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34 days ago

If cutting emissions is the big goal - why put up PT fares ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Auckland is this year getting serious about reducing carbon emissions. Transport is the city's biggest single emitter. So how does it make sense to hike public transport fares? Read the story below:

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