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15 days ago

HP desktop computer bundle

Peter from Henderson

HP P2 computer
Celeron (r)CPU g 465@ 1.90 ghz
win10 home licensed and up to date
500gb hardrive
6gb ram
64bit
vga and dvi
ethernet… View more
HP P2 computer
Celeron (r)CPU g 465@ 1.90 ghz
win10 home licensed and up to date
500gb hardrive
6gb ram
64bit
vga and dvi
ethernet
6 usb
usb mouse
usb keyboard
monitor
speakers
brother hl-2240 printer with new ink toner
all cable supplied

all in new condition
ideal for student or working from home
everything you need
been in storage since lockdown last year

Price: $195

15 days ago

native timber tongue & groove floorboards

Daniel from Glen Eden

have a small pile of native floorboards, probably Tawa, feel like they should be useful as they are native timber, ex renovation, so unfortunately not great condition but should be some good ones in there. couple of dozen pieces or thereabouts, pickup Glen Eden
Offers

Price: $40

16 days ago

Covid-19: Auckland's move to level 2 an early wedding gift for Titirangi couple

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 2 is an early wedding present for Amy Holland​ and Daniel Tweed.​

The Titirangi pair are thrilled they will be allowed to tie the knot on Saturday at Waterfall Farm in Kaukapakapa.

“We just jumped into each other’s arms,” said Holland, 32, after… View more
Auckland’s move to Covid-19 alert level 2 is an early wedding present for Amy Holland​ and Daniel Tweed.​

The Titirangi pair are thrilled they will be allowed to tie the knot on Saturday at Waterfall Farm in Kaukapakapa.

“We just jumped into each other’s arms,” said Holland, 32, after the Government’s announcement to move Auckland from level 3 to 2 from midnight Wednesday.

The rest of the country will move to level 1 at the same time.

“Something went right for a change,” said Tweed, 28.

Holland, a hairdresser, said they had trimmed 21 people from their guest list to meet social gathering rules.

Level 2 means Aucklanders can have up to 100 people at their wedding.

Another welcome relief for the happy couple is the relaxation of travel rules: Under level 2, people can travel to other regions that are at level 2 or lower.

Holland’s sister is in Palmerston North, one bridesmaid is in Christchurch, and her parents who have been stuck in Huntly since Sunday’s lockdown announcement will be free to drive to the ceremony.

The couple is looking forward to an extended honeymoon in April, touring the South Island.

16 days ago

The Habitat for Humanity is now open on Sundays

Habitat for Humanity

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore charity shop in Henderson is now open on Sundays from 9am to 3pm!

This means that we are available 7 days a week for shopping and receiving donations. If you’re looking for a deal or would like to make a donation of pre-loved furniture, clothing or home … View more
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore charity shop in Henderson is now open on Sundays from 9am to 3pm!

This means that we are available 7 days a week for shopping and receiving donations. If you’re looking for a deal or would like to make a donation of pre-loved furniture, clothing or home appliances; come visit us today at 7 Dora Street.

Our mission at Habitat is to provide local Kiwi families with strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.

You can make a difference today as every donation and sale at the ReStore charity shop goes towards supporting local Kiwi families in housing need.

Shelley Green
Habitat for Humanity ReStore Henderson – Manager
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16 days ago

Dining table and chairs

Amanda from West Harbour

Black Oval Dining Table with 6 Chairs
$60
Need gone asap. Pick up is in west harbour.
Cheers

Price: $60

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16 days ago

Despite the Reduction in the ToyMota Lockdown Unfortunately I have 2 Announce the Postponement of 2Moro Nites Meeting of the West Auckland LinUX eNthusiasts Network

Kevin from Henderson

So We'll Meet again ( Next ) the 3rd Thurstday of March & Every month @ the Henderson RSA, 1st Floor, Above the Bar, 66 - 70 Railside Ave, Henderson, from 6 PM... C yoU There Then ;-)K

16 days ago

Auckland Museum reopening this Friday

The Team from Auckland Museum

We're reopening our doors this Friday 19 Feb at 10am! We'll be spending tomorrow getting everything ready for you, including all the extra Level 2 procedures to keep you safe.

We're excited to let you know that Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Creations will open at Level 2, however … View more
We're reopening our doors this Friday 19 Feb at 10am! We'll be spending tomorrow getting everything ready for you, including all the extra Level 2 procedures to keep you safe.

We're excited to let you know that Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Creations will open at Level 2, however in the interest of safety the high-touch building stations won't be available. Other high-touch galleries including Weird and Wonderful and the Volcanoes gallery will be closed until Level 1, however most of the Museum will be available to wander. You'll also be able to enjoy our cafés and browse the Museum Store.

Tours will kick off again at Level 1. Our bookings team will be in touch if you've booked a tour between Thursday - Monday.

For more information about visiting in Level 2, please head to our website here: bit.ly...

We hope to see you soon!

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18 days ago

We Say, You Say: Home Hobbies

Thomas Campbell Reporter from Western Leader

Hi neighbours,

How have you been passing the time during lockdown?

With Auckland back in Level 3, most of us are back working from the kitchen table, juggling work, school and childcare - simultaneously for some.

Last year, Stuff reported on the great array of hobbies New Zealanders picked… View more
Hi neighbours,

How have you been passing the time during lockdown?

With Auckland back in Level 3, most of us are back working from the kitchen table, juggling work, school and childcare - simultaneously for some.

Last year, Stuff reported on the great array of hobbies New Zealanders picked up during the lockdown, such as home workouts and learning a few new cooking hacks. PC gaming also proved popular with Google search trends for March 2020 showing a 400 per cent search increase for the term.

What are you going to be up to during Level 3? Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comment featured in the conversations section of the Western Leader.

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16 days ago

Printed Duvet Cover Sets

John Turner from Abroz Linens

The covers are designed and manufactured in Europe and are of 100% cotton fabric. They are exclusive to AbrozLinens.
More detail is available on the attached flyer.

Negotiable

AbrozLinens Duvet Designs P2.pdf Download View

17 days ago

Restore your curtains & blinds with professional cleaning

The Team from Textile Cleaning Services

The experts at Textile Curtain Cleaning know how to remove unsightly stains, mildew and mould spores that leave your curtains and blinds looking less than their best. Because your window furnishings are valuable, and must be carefully maintained, you can trust our experienced team to professionally… View moreThe experts at Textile Curtain Cleaning know how to remove unsightly stains, mildew and mould spores that leave your curtains and blinds looking less than their best. Because your window furnishings are valuable, and must be carefully maintained, you can trust our experienced team to professionally clean your curtains, drapes and blinds.

We offer full take-down and rehang service and can provide replacement curtains while your drapes are being cleaned.

Help is just a phone call away.

Open Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm
Call us 09 473 5350
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17 days ago

BlackAdder coming to The Glen Eden Playhouse Theatre in April

Pauline Vella from Playhouse Theatre Inc

Not only is he in Glen Eden, he is also in Love!

Three scripts from an episode of the first three series dealing with Edmund BlackAdder’s exploits with love.

Bookings are now open on our website: www.playhousetheatreinc.com...

25 days ago

What Auckland got right and Wellington didn't learn from

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, It is easy to grumble about things that could be better in Auckland. But Wellington, with recurring basic infrastructure breakages is a reminder of what Auckland got right. Should Wellington have learned ? Read the column below:

17 days ago

Pams bacon pieces recalled

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

It has been revealed that aluminium pieces may be present in a Pams product.

In a statement, the Ministry for Primary Industries advised that a specific batch of "Pams Bacon Pieces" should not be consumed due to the possible presence of the foreign matter.

So far, there have been no… View more
It has been revealed that aluminium pieces may be present in a Pams product.

In a statement, the Ministry for Primary Industries advised that a specific batch of "Pams Bacon Pieces" should not be consumed due to the possible presence of the foreign matter.

So far, there have been no reports of associated injuries but if consumers have any concerns about their health, they should contact health officials.

What you need to know:
- The product is sold in Pak'n Save, Four Square and New World stores throughout the country.
- The best before date is February 28 2021.
- The bacon pieces weigh 350g and are contained in a plastic wrapping.

Customers are asked to return the product to their retailer for a full refund. Further queries can be directed to Foodstuffs Own Brands Ltd on 0800 24 51 14

For further information on the recall please visit the New Zealand Food Safety Website.

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19 days ago

Missing cat

Alireza from Henderson

Have you seen her ? Last seen Feb 7th @ 10 am from Henderson valley road.
Please call ASAP 0275792887
We love her and miss her dearly . Thank you

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19 days ago

Te Whau Day Out celebrating the Whau River

Whau Coastal Walkway Environmental Trust

Fun activities for all ages! Bring a picnic and make a day of it.

Fun activities for all ages. Bike Fun, Traditional Boat Making, Bake Sale, Entertainment, Sausage Sizzle, Bug Club, Ethnic Food, Coffee Cart, Fire dances, Kayak and waka ama experiences, Music and cultural dances, Mini harakeke … View more
Fun activities for all ages! Bring a picnic and make a day of it.

Fun activities for all ages. Bike Fun, Traditional Boat Making, Bake Sale, Entertainment, Sausage Sizzle, Bug Club, Ethnic Food, Coffee Cart, Fire dances, Kayak and waka ama experiences, Music and cultural dances, Mini harakeke waka building, Tane’s Tamariki, Nature experiences.

When: Saturday 20 February 2021 11:00am – 2:00pm
Where: Archibald Park, 47 Beaubank Rd, Kelston, Auckland

This is a Zero Waste Event please feel free to bring a container from home for take away Kai.
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