Henderson, Auckland

The Great Neighbourly Garage Sale

The Great Neighbourly Garage Sale

Tomorrow! Sell your unwanted goods in our garage sale. List your items on Neighbourly Market now!

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44 days ago

Metal dumplings mold with 37 holes

Diana from Henderson

Metal dumplings mold with 37 holes. Ideal for homemade ravioli.

Price: $5

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44 days ago

Grey yarn - 2.5kg

Diana from Henderson

Grey yarn - 2.5kg

Price: $25

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44 days ago

Acrylic yarn 600g - red

Diana from Henderson

Thorobred 8ply acrylic 100g red X 6

Price: $15

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44 days ago

Standup paddles

Sahreena from Massey

Two adjustable stand up paddles for sale. Been in storage used last summer. still great condition

Price: $80

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45 days ago

light shade

Tura from Sunnyvale

a little bit faded and rust has been stored in the garage for quite a while.

Price: $8

45 days ago

Couch

Nasibullah from Henderson

Asking price $1000
Mint condition

Negotiable

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45 days ago

PD James Murder Mystery Books

David & Vicki from Titirangi

Paperbacks. used, in near new condition, no missing or loose pages. Free:
Cover Her Face
Death in Holy Orders
The Murder Room
The Lighthouse

Free

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45 days ago

John Steinbeck Books

David & Vicki from Titirangi

Free to good home, all used, no pages loose or missing:
Of Mice and Men - Paperback
East of Eden - Paperback
Travels with Charley - Hardback

Free

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45 days ago

Police patrols in Auckland’s north-west

The Team from North Shore, Rodney & West Auckland Police

Police are continuing to keep an eye out for suspicious activity in the small hours around the north-west of Auckland.
In the past two nights, patrols have picked up suspicious vehicles travelling into the Helensville township.
Waitematā North Relieving Area Commander, Senior Sergeant Roger … View more
Police are continuing to keep an eye out for suspicious activity in the small hours around the north-west of Auckland.
In the past two nights, patrols have picked up suspicious vehicles travelling into the Helensville township.
Waitematā North Relieving Area Commander, Senior Sergeant Roger Small says there have been increases in reports of dishonesty offences and vehicle crime in some rural communities. He says “We have seen reports in recent weeks across the Helensville, Kumeū and Huapai areas involving stolen vehicles or property being stolen from vehicles,”
“We’re actively following up these reports and as part of this response we have patrolling in place around the times when this offending is happening.”

Just before 2am, one of the patrols observed a vehicle with numerous occupants travelling toward Helensville on State Highway 16.
“The vehicle was signalled to stop, but on seeing the red and blue lights accelerated away at a very high speed,” Senior Sergeant Small says. “Another unit was able to successfully deploy spikes after the vehicle entered the Helensville township, and the vehicle came to a stop.”
All occupants, including the 17-year-old-driver, were taken into custody without further incident.

“We’re reminding the community that we are out there patrolling, and if you are ever signalled to stop by Police you should always stop, otherwise you are committing an offence.”
This follows another incident at around 2.18am on 8 January, where a vehicle was seen by a patrol being driven at speed through roadworks near Helensville.
“Due to the driver’s excessive speed, the vehicle was not pursued but it was later seen travelling through the township toward Wainui,” Senior Sergeant Small says. “Follow up enquiries are being made with the vehicle’s registered owner as to who was driving the vehicle at the time.”

Today’s reminder follows a challenge issued by Police in the lead up to the New Year for locals to make their vehicles less attractive.
“We’re asking the locals to keep it up, making sure their vehicle is secured and all their valuables are taken out when it’s not in use,” Senior Sergeant Small says. “Police are still actively following up these reports and we ask that the community remains aware of the issue. “Keep an eye out for suspicious activity in your area, and if you see something untoward let us know as soon as possible.”

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47 days ago

Stolen Honda Civic

Reuben from Glendene

UPDATED 9th Jan, 2024: car has been found by a member of the public, parked on suburban street in Royal Heights with minimal(ish) damage (that my insurance will be able to cover). I have updated my original post to remove my personal info now, but I'm keeping the post here in case anyone … View moreUPDATED 9th Jan, 2024: car has been found by a member of the public, parked on suburban street in Royal Heights with minimal(ish) damage (that my insurance will be able to cover). I have updated my original post to remove my personal info now, but I'm keeping the post here in case anyone recognises the person still (Police File number if needed is 240106/1418). Thanks to everyone for your concern and help here on neighbourly, facebook, and on reddit!
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Hi all, my car was stolen at 3pm on Saturday 6th of Jan from my house in Glendene. Can you please keep an eye out for it in surrounding suburbs and call the 111 if you see it? Number plate is ######. Photo was taken by neighbour of one of the guys that took my car - do you know him? Thanks all,

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46 days ago

Fisher & Paykel 10kg top load washing machine

Kalala from Te Atatu Peninsula

Used but good condition. Moving house so pick up required from Te Atatu Peninsula.

Price: $50

46 days ago

How to Downsize Gifts and Heirlooms

Miriam Corban Retirement Village

Welcome to the second of this series of articles dedicated to helping you to downsize, declutter and rightsize your life, brought to you by Ryman Healthcare in conjunction with organising and decluttering expert Peter Walsh.

This time we are tackling one of the more challenging aspects of … View more
Welcome to the second of this series of articles dedicated to helping you to downsize, declutter and rightsize your life, brought to you by Ryman Healthcare in conjunction with organising and decluttering expert Peter Walsh.

This time we are tackling one of the more challenging aspects of downsizing – what to do with gifts and heirlooms. Whether you need to free up space in your own home or are helping someone else to downsize, this is a task that can feel daunting and emotionally charged.

Although it might be tempting to box everything up and hide it away to deal with another day, that just passes the problem down the road to your future self or to your family.

Fortunately, there are ways to downsize gifts and heirlooms that honour and remember the past whilst enabling you to rightsize your life for the present day.

Click to read more.

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47 days ago

Have you got your tickets yet?

Heart Foundation Lotteries

For only $15 a ticket, you could be in to win this brand-new, fully furnished Jennian home in Clarks Beach, Auckland worth over $1 million.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, this home is waiting to be lived in and loved by its new owners. … View more
For only $15 a ticket, you could be in to win this brand-new, fully furnished Jennian home in Clarks Beach, Auckland worth over $1 million.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, this home is waiting to be lived in and loved by its new owners.

Make this property your permanent residence, a holiday home, rent it or even sell it – it could be all yours! Don’t forget, tickets also make great gifts.

Celebrate the Heart Foundation’s 30th Anniversary Lottery and get your tickets today!
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51 days ago

Reg: Clothing Bins

Alex Neighbourly Lead from Henderson

Most of the clothing bin removed as people used it in wrong way. Anyone know where all are the bins available now?
Thanks

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47 days ago

Free Banana Plants

Reshmin from Kelston

Only 3 plants left. You are welcome to dig and take the plants for free. Please bring your own fork/ spade.

Free

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