Eden Terrace, Auckland

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59 days ago

House sitting 1 cat from 27/12/21 to mid January in Central MtEden

Nancy from Mount Eden

Would suit someone possibly in perhaps a flatting situation who needs a break on their own for awhile. Nice small 2 bedrooms in Central Mt Eden close to all amenities buses etc. Am flexible on dates as a friend can fill in for awhile. Just one very nice lady cat to look after.

62 days ago

Organic tomatoe plants

Trent from Grey Lynn

Organic tomatoes plants 4 sale $10 each.

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59 days ago

Potted foam cactus

The Team from Resene ColorShop Mt Eden

When it comes to homeware trends, the cactus is a perennial favourite. Create some super-cute and affordable cactus-themed crafts with Resene paints.

Find out how to create your own.

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59 days ago

Cash for your wrecked car! Call us 0800 500 001

The Team from AAA Auto Parts

Hi neighbours,

Support your local business. We are open in Level 3 operating under Government guidelines with social distancing and masks.

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your … View more
Hi neighbours,

Support your local business. We are open in Level 3 operating under Government guidelines with social distancing and masks.

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day removal
* Free quotes over the phone

We will beat any prices in the market by 10%.

Support your local business.
Give us a call on ** 0800 50 00 01 ** and we will be happy to have a chat.
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59 days ago

Sale , Sale ,Black Friday sale

Redcross Sandringham from Red Cross Shop Sandringham

We are having 50%off on Books , Homewares and linen. Come and visit us at 571 Sandringham.

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59 days ago

Sale Sale , Black Friday sale

Mani Penmatsa from Red Cross Shop Dominion Road

We have 50%0ff on Books , home wares and linen. Come and visit us 202 dominion road.

59 days ago

GRAB A BLACK FRIDAY EXCLUSIVE DEAL NOW!

The Team from NZ Compare

These deals have been snatched quicker than donuts in lockdown! Get your household a black Friday broadband deal like a $150 joining credit plus tonnes more benefits, exclusive only to Broadband Compare.

Only a few days left before they go, be QUICK and take a look today!

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59 days ago

Homed - Central Homes - LATEST ISSUE OUT NOW

Vicki Freemantle Reporter from Homed - Central Homes

A golden opportunity to secure Mission Bay's finest estate on offer by Ricky Cave & Jane Kiely PLUS many other amazing homes to choose from.

Looking for an agent to market your home?
Check in the Homed Central Homes to find agents who are actively marketing in your area and chat to them … View more
A golden opportunity to secure Mission Bay's finest estate on offer by Ricky Cave & Jane Kiely PLUS many other amazing homes to choose from.

Looking for an agent to market your home?
Check in the Homed Central Homes to find agents who are actively marketing in your area and chat to them about getting your property featured in the Homed - Central Homes

Distribution & Delivery:
- 56,400 copies delivered free to letterboxes (including those that say "No Junk Mail") and Real Estate offices every Wednesday / Thursday inside select copies of the Central Leader & East & Bays Courier

For more information:
- Please ask your agent to contact Michael Sherwin on 027 296 3305 or michael.sherwin@stuff.co.nz

Not receiving your weekly delivery?
Please phone 0800 339000, choose option 7 or go to www.fixmydelivery.co.nz... or e mail distribution@stuff.co.nz

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60 days ago

Seven key reasons you need a will

Public Trust

When we think about writing a will, most of us think about who will receive our assets when we've passed away. But it's so much more than that. It's about leaving a personal and lasting legacy. Trustee Team Lead Kim Rogers from our Taranaki Customer Centre had a chat with stuff.co.nz… View moreWhen we think about writing a will, most of us think about who will receive our assets when we've passed away. But it's so much more than that. It's about leaving a personal and lasting legacy. Trustee Team Lead Kim Rogers from our Taranaki Customer Centre had a chat with stuff.co.nz recently on the seven key reasons you need a will. Check out the article in the link below.

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60 days ago

Why choose Organic Crop Protectants eco-neem?

Organic Crop Protectants

All neem oil is made from the marvellous neem tree, but not all neem insecticides are created equally!

Organic Crop Protectants eco-neem has high azadirachtin levels, has no restraints for using around bees, is safe to use on fruits & vegetables and is highly concentrated (100mL makes up … View more
All neem oil is made from the marvellous neem tree, but not all neem insecticides are created equally!

Organic Crop Protectants eco-neem has high azadirachtin levels, has no restraints for using around bees, is safe to use on fruits & vegetables and is highly concentrated (100mL makes up to 50L of spray). Eco-neem is also free of solvent residues found in some other neem products (check for hazard diamond icons on products labels, these may indicate the presence of solvents).
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60 days ago

Christmas isn’t cancelled

Christmas Box

For many Kiwi families this Christmas is going to be tougher than ever - but there’s a way to help.

You can help to make Christmas a reality for families in need for every $30 donated, Christmas Box will provide a box full of essentials and Christmas treats to families in need and bring a … View more
For many Kiwi families this Christmas is going to be tougher than ever - but there’s a way to help.

You can help to make Christmas a reality for families in need for every $30 donated, Christmas Box will provide a box full of essentials and Christmas treats to families in need and bring a little certainty to those struggling right now. Sponsor a Christmas Box today.
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60 days ago

Auckland Council pools and leisure centres to open with vaccination requirements

The Team from Auckland Council

Our 42 pool and leisure centres will require all Aucklanders aged 12 and over to be fully vaccinated in order to use their facilities, under the Red and Orange Protection Framework levels.

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69 days ago

House/cat sitter needed over summer - Ponsonby holiday!

Mary from Ponsonby

Fancy a break in the middle of Ponsonby? We need someone to house sit our lovely renovated 3 bedroom villa just a stone's throw from Ponsonby Road. AND you'll need to indulge and care for our two gorgeous cats! Dates 26 Dec-16 Jan. References required.

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60 days ago

Plumbing & Maintenance Services in Auckland

Pablo from Sandringham

I need a competent and fair trade person to replace a flushing down kit for a toilet cistern. Location is Sandringham - Mt. Roskill area. I am enclosing photos for details. Please contact me on 027 2803047. Thank you

61 days ago

Empowering Lives of our Diverse Communities, One Driver Licence at a Time

Amie Maga from Migrant Action Trust

On its 4th year, a community driving school operated by the Migrant Action Trust in collaboration with local community groups through The PETER Collective is empowering the lives of our diverse communities, one driver licence at a time.

This year the Puketapapa Community Driving School (PCDS) … View more
On its 4th year, a community driving school operated by the Migrant Action Trust in collaboration with local community groups through The PETER Collective is empowering the lives of our diverse communities, one driver licence at a time.

This year the Puketapapa Community Driving School (PCDS) successfully trained over 200 migrants and former refugees towards gaining their restricted and full driving tests. Before the August 2021 lockdown, 97 programme participants passed their practical tests and are now able to access New Zealand’s roads safely and independently, while also increasing their chances to get jobs and reducing social isolation.

One of our biggest success stories in 2021 was helping Amino, a young Somali single mum to get her restricted licence. Being deaf didn't stop her from learning. Thanks to our most patient instructors and volunteer mentor Kevin, who offered sign language support, Amino got her restricted licence last May.

“Our refugee-background learners face financial, literacy and language barriers. Getting a licence means a world of difference for all of them,” says Amie Maga, PCDS Manager.

Rina Capila, PCDS instructor shared her experience teaching an Afghani single mum: “I had tears of joy when she passed. She doesn't understand English, so I tried to use google translation for her to understand my instructions. I draw and even walk with her around the intersections for her to understand what safe driving is. Her struggles as a single mum and refugee touched me a lot, and I know having a licence will ease the burden.”

“The feedback from our learner drivers is truly heart-warming so we’d like to help more urgent referrals from our diverse communities as much as we can. As a community-owned social enterprise, we deliver driving lessons for those who can afford to pay the full costs, then use the income to give subsidised driving lessons for learners who face multiple barriers,” Maga explained.

“A driver's licence is important to me because I am a student and responsible for my children. You can't imagine the hassles of getting kids to school and going to university daily, plus using Uber for emergency and hospital appointments. Now things are much easier. I feel free to move anytime and anywhere. I can't forget last year's lockdown. It was hard to find someone to take me to buy food and supplies."- Hanan

“I was able to help my mum during lockdown. My mum is a health worker, and she can’t take bus all the time. So it was my duty to drop her to work. Now I can drive alone buy some groceries and stuff. This is a little bit help for my family. Driving was my first step to help my family.” - Serene

“I’ve been able to help my family more like getting groceries, dropping off my brother and picking up from school. From a personal perspective it has given a lot of confidence. As a young person, whenever you are with your friends, there is a stigma of you still having your learner’s. I chose to enrol at PCDS as I always thought the social enterprise side of the business is amazing. The buy one and give one for someone with refugee background and struggling to afford a driving lesson was really cool. I really like the fulfilment it gave me that my money would be going towards someone in need and potentially make a difference in their lives.” – Nina

“Before I just ride a bus. Sometimes the bus would take a while, so it was hard for me especially going home late. Now I’m working as a support worker. I drive a lot going to my clients’ homes. Excellent cause, you are really helping the migrants and refugees to learn to drive.” - Christine

PCDS also supports the Road to Zero strategy of Waka Kotahi for a New Zealand where no one is killed or seriously injured in road crashes. To book driving lessons and/or donate towards subsidised lessons for former refugees, please check out pcds.co.nz

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