1349 days ago

Grand Opening party

Hilton Brown Swimming Hobsonville

GRAND OPENING OF OUR NEWEST LOCATION!! Come check out the NEW Hilton Brown Swimming private learn to swim facility in Hobsonville!

Saturday 26 May 2.30pm – 4.30pm
5 Rawiri Place, Hobsonville
Tel: 09 666 0240

Come and meet NZ Olympian & World champion triathlete Hamish Carter, get introduced to our amazing instructors, bring your kids along for a swim, a sausage sizzle and there will also be a bouncy castle and lots of giveaways all afternoon!

Come along and see why Hilton Brown Swimming is a good fit for your family!

**Please note parents must accompany children who cannot swim or touch the bottom of pool.

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1 hour ago

Celebrating our Little Bird community in Tāmaki Makaurau...

Little Bird Kitchen

Hello neighbours! We'd love you to come and experience what world class plant-based eating can be like.

So here's a wee gift from us to you. Simply visit our beautiful Summer Street café and mention that you saw this ad on Neighbourly and we'll give you $5 off any order over $20.

Little Bird Kitchen, 1 Summer Street, Ponsonby. Offer available until the end of February. Limited to one discount per customer.

See you soon, the Little Bird Kitchen team
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1 hour ago

Ashamed to go back to school


Going back to school without a school uniform or necessary supplies can make a child feel ashamed. Some kids avoid going to school altogether to escape the shame. Even if they go, they are so embarrassed, it knocks their confidence and makes it hard to learn.

You can help a child start the school year with everything they need to be confident and focused on learning. Send them to school with a uniform, shoes, stationery and anything else they need by sponsoring a Kiwi kid with Variety. We’ve been helping Kiwi kids all around New Zealand for 30 years.
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6 days ago

Are you happy about the loss of 8,000 planted native seedlings?

Todd Niall Reporter from Community News

Kia ora Neighbours, A contested decision by politicians on the Upper Harbour Local Board to mow down 8,000 native plants and young trees, could bring a hefty bill. Council staff reject that there was a mistake in the planting, and now there could be a big bill. What do you think ?