Morningside, Auckland

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35 days ago

Coloursteel roofing iron

Eileen from Mount Albert

2 sheets of blue/grey roofing iron 840cm x3440cm - free. Pick up Mt Albert

Free

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35 days ago

Designer Garage Sale

Liz from Grey Lynn

I am decluttering my textile collection, vintage textiles, clothing, jewellery, footwear, millinery, accessories, kimonos, Japanese textiles, knitting yarn, patterns, artist easels, art materials, and household effects.
There are also lots of books both fiction and nonfiction, fashion and design, … View more
I am decluttering my textile collection, vintage textiles, clothing, jewellery, footwear, millinery, accessories, kimonos, Japanese textiles, knitting yarn, patterns, artist easels, art materials, and household effects.
There are also lots of books both fiction and nonfiction, fashion and design, and vintage magazines.
#garagesale #lizmitchell #textiles #jewellery #designer

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36 days ago

Summer clearance sale

Redcross Sandringham from Red Cross Shop Sandringham

Hi customers,
Come and visit our store . “ Bargains galore in- store , out our summer stock goes. Grab your bargain today. Sale ends on March 20th. We are at 571 Sandringham.

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40 days ago

Waiuku family fleeced by 'handyman' helped by community

Colleen Hawkes Reporter from Homed

The Edgecombe family of Waiuku, who have been forced to list their house this week, have paid dearly for accepting the cheapest quote for their renovation - and they want to warn others. But they are incredibly grateful for the volunteers, including professional tradies, who have helped put their … View moreThe Edgecombe family of Waiuku, who have been forced to list their house this week, have paid dearly for accepting the cheapest quote for their renovation - and they want to warn others. But they are incredibly grateful for the volunteers, including professional tradies, who have helped put their home back together again.

36 days ago

Upcycling Awards is back for 2021!

Resene

Do you have old things lying around that you've been meaning to spruce up or recreate? It's time to unleash your DIY skills and bring out your inner artistic spirit. Resene and Neighbourly are challenging everyday Kiwis like YOU to take part in the Resene Upcycling Awards.

Give us … View more
Do you have old things lying around that you've been meaning to spruce up or recreate? It's time to unleash your DIY skills and bring out your inner artistic spirit. Resene and Neighbourly are challenging everyday Kiwis like YOU to take part in the Resene Upcycling Awards.

Give us your all, we want to see your creations! Check out some of last years' entires here.

Take part in the 2021 Resene Upcycling Awards. There are four great prizes worth $500 up for grabs: a $200 Resene voucher and a $300 Prezzy® card!
Learn more

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36 days ago

Slow WiFi? Contact The Experts Today!

Thomas from

Do you or a friend have terrible WiFi? Deadzones? Buffering?

Give us a call - we offer free site visits and quotes Auckland wide.

We are always happy to give free advice.

0800-943-439
hello@thewifiexperts.co.nz
www.thewifiexperts.co.nz...

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36 days ago

Help

Shayden from Waterview

Looking for a queen mattress (preferably not a spring one) and a corner couch. Have a limited budget, so looking on here first. Thanks

38 days ago

City Rail Link tunnelling set to forge ahead

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

The 450-tonne shield of City Rail Link’s tunnel boring machine is now fronting Mt Eden's tunnel portal.

It took one and a half painstaking hours to move the machine 500 metres.

The shield was shifted from the Mt Eden site's western edge by a truck towing a hydraulic trailer fitted … View more
The 450-tonne shield of City Rail Link’s tunnel boring machine is now fronting Mt Eden's tunnel portal.

It took one and a half painstaking hours to move the machine 500 metres.

The shield was shifted from the Mt Eden site's western edge by a truck towing a hydraulic trailer fitted with 15 axles and 250 wheels.

"It was a very big and delicate operation but many hours of planning and all our hard work on site has paid dividends for us,” said Link Alliance project director Francois Dudouit.

The next phase will be putting everything together, he said.

The shield would be put inside the first 50 metres of the tunnel and connected to the tunnel boring machine's factory, Dudouit said.

This comprises eleven sections which provide hydraulic, mechanical and electrical power to excavate the tunnels and install precast concrete segments to line the tunnels.

When all the gantries are connected, the machine will undergo extensive commissioning tests before excavating the first of the twin tunnels in late April.

The Link Alliance will operate the machine to the new Karangahape Station then to Aotea Station in Auckland's CBD where it will join tunnels already built from Britomart Station and under lower Albert St.

City Rail Link's 3.45 kilometre-long tunnels are earmarked to open in late 2024.

Go to www.cityraillink.co.nz... for more information.

36 days ago

Go Emirates Team New Zealand

Tania from Point Chevalier

Go Emirates Team New Zealand

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36 days ago

EPIC Art/Design Market this Sunday

Tania from Point Chevalier

Tania Sunde art design FOR SALE
This Sunday 21st March 2021
10am onwards

AT THE Coffee Garage
340 Pt Chevalier Road
Point Chevalier
(Corner of Raymond Street)
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Tania Sunde art design FOR SALE
This Sunday 21st March 2021
10am onwards

AT THE Coffee Garage
340 Pt Chevalier Road
Point Chevalier
(Corner of Raymond Street)

Amazing original paintings
Handmade clay light pendants
Unique painted original gift cards
Gorgeous handmade organic wreaths

36 days ago

It's NZRC National Annual Appeal Week!

The Team from Red Cross Shop Sandringham

Want to donate to our Red Cross Appeal but can’t find any of our street collectors in your area?
Stop by your local Red Cross Shop, and we’ll help you get this sorted!
Just approach one of our friendly Red Cross Shop volunteers by the till and let them know that you wish to donate to the Red … View more
Want to donate to our Red Cross Appeal but can’t find any of our street collectors in your area?
Stop by your local Red Cross Shop, and we’ll help you get this sorted!
Just approach one of our friendly Red Cross Shop volunteers by the till and let them know that you wish to donate to the Red Cross Appeal.

To find the Red Cross Shop near you, click the link below to visit our website.

We look forward to seeing you!

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38 days ago

Packing boxes for house shift

Genevieve from Point Chevalier

Kia Ora Neighbours, Urgently required.
Found a new rental to move too, but not enough big boxes.
Anyone out there with some. I can pick up. Want to be all packed up by Sunday. With Hopeful Thanks. Genevieve 021 265 2566

37 days ago

Moving out half price sale

Natalia from Eden Terrace

Hi guys,

3 Piece Bayfield Wicker Corner Sofa for grabs. Bought in Bunnings Warehouse for 399$ in September 2020. I still have the original receipt if needed. Mint condition!!!

Pick up in Eden Terrace. Cheers!

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Hi guys,

3 Piece Bayfield Wicker Corner Sofa for grabs. Bought in Bunnings Warehouse for 399$ in September 2020. I still have the original receipt if needed. Mint condition!!!

Pick up in Eden Terrace. Cheers!

Description:

-Durable steel frame
-Resin wicker weave
-Padded polyester cushions
-5mm Tempered glass table top

Weight rating: 2 seater: 240kgs and Chase lounge: 240kgs

The Marquee Bayfield 3 piece Corner Sofa features a durable steel frame wrapped in hand woven resin wicker. The chaise lounge provides generous space to put your feet up in comfort. The accompanying coffee table comes with a 5mm tempered glass table top.


Dimensions:

2 seater lounge: Width - 131cm, Depth - 70cm, Height - 62cm

Chaise lounge: Width - 80cm, Depth - 140cm, Height - 62cm

Coffee table: Length - 45cm, Width - 45cm, Height - 31cm

Price: $200

42 days ago

Should the singalong be Rod Stewart or Kiwi "Sailing Away" ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, America's Cup fans around the country can join a special sing-along to Sir Rod Stewart's "Sailing". But what about our own 1986 hit "Sailing Away"? In this story, have a sneak peak at Rockin' Rod's singalong video:

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37 days ago

Stories of Auckland opens Auckland War Memorial Museum

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

The Auckland War Memorial Museum’s latest exhibition, Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland, tells the diverse narratives of the people and places that call the city home.

The city’s heterogeneous nature is the crux of the Auckland War Memorial Museum’s latest exhibition, Tāmaki Herenga… View more
The Auckland War Memorial Museum’s latest exhibition, Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland, tells the diverse narratives of the people and places that call the city home.

The city’s heterogeneous nature is the crux of the Auckland War Memorial Museum’s latest exhibition, Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Stories of Auckland.

It tells the diverse narratives of the people and places that call the city home, with a particular focus on early immigrant families who had – and continue to have – a fundamental impact on its formation.

The Kronfeld family, who moved to Auckland in the 1890s, have had a particularly trailblazing existence.

In as little as 10 years after moving, Prussian Jew Gustav Kronfeld boasted a hugely successful import-export business and had become a naturalised member of the British Empire.

Along with his Samoan wife Louisa he also helped care for those who passed through Auckland from the Pacific Islands, in a grand house he had built himself.

Emily Parr, the Kronfeld’s great-great-granddaughter said her ancestors' warm and familial hospitality helped countless travellers and established Pacific Island roots in Auckland, at a time when very few Samoans were in New Zealand.

EMILY PARR/SUPPLIED
The Kronfeld family, who moved to Auckland in the 1890s, with friends at Te Muri campground, Matakana.

Read more here:

www.stuff.co.nz...

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