Mount Albert, Auckland

15 days ago

Kid’s Christmas Jumpers X2

Janai from Sandringham

Selling these two kids Christmas jumpers as no longer required.

Both from H&M and used once only yet somehow there is a small hole under the arm on the green one (easy fix though!). Both in great condition otherwise. From smoke and pet free home.

$15 each or grab them both for $25

Size … View more
Selling these two kids Christmas jumpers as no longer required.

Both from H&M and used once only yet somehow there is a small hole under the arm on the green one (easy fix though!). Both in great condition otherwise. From smoke and pet free home.

$15 each or grab them both for $25

Size details below:

Blue - AUS 7-8, US 6-8
Green - AUS 5-6, US 4-6

Pick up from Sandringham (near St Luke’s mall) or I can courier using track n trace for an extra $5

Price: $30

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15 days ago

Valentine’s Day🌹!!

Redcross from Sandringham

Hi all to lovely people out there🙂
If you haven’t found a Valentine’s Day💘 gift yet, your favourite
Red Cross Shop might have just what you need.

Do pop in at RedCross Sandringham store located at
571 Sandringham Road,
Sandringham,Auckland
We are open today from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

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22 days ago

Tree pruning service Pt Chevalier

Tee from Point Chevalier

Asking for recommendations for tree pruning service for my property in Pt Chevalier; thanks in advance.
Cheers
Tee

15 days ago

CPA Books - Free

Srivatsan from Mount Roskill

Pickup Mt Roskill

Free

19 days ago

Small red dog collar found at Coxes Bay

Diana from Westmere

Has two tags - a current registration and something else. To reclaim it contact me with either the registration number and/ or what the something else is

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16 days ago

Troubleshoot Your Broadband: Tips & Savings!

The Team from NZ Compare

Experiencing broadband troubles? Our recent neighbourly poll reveals the top two issues: unstable connections and pricey bills!

Don't worry! Check out our latest article for expert tips to solve these issues.

PLUS, use Broadband Compare to compare NZ's best broadband deals & … View more
Experiencing broadband troubles? Our recent neighbourly poll reveals the top two issues: unstable connections and pricey bills!

Don't worry! Check out our latest article for expert tips to solve these issues.

PLUS, use Broadband Compare to compare NZ's best broadband deals & save up to $300/year. Enjoy smoother internet while keeping cash for treats!
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17 days ago

Meditation: two enlightening evenings, Mt Eden - international guest speaker

Durba from Avondale

Don’t miss these two evenings! Popular teacher Dr. Harashita Sunaoshi from Kyoto, Japan is here in on her first NZ visit to share with you her knowledge, her own love of meditation and her decades of personal experience in this structured 2-part course.

Her Auckland visit offers a most special… View more
Don’t miss these two evenings! Popular teacher Dr. Harashita Sunaoshi from Kyoto, Japan is here in on her first NZ visit to share with you her knowledge, her own love of meditation and her decades of personal experience in this structured 2-part course.

Her Auckland visit offers a most special opportunity to learn from an inspirational speaker, one who has taught meditation globally for over a decade. Dr Harashita learnt meditation from the late Indian spiritual master Sri Chinmoy, and her free courses combine a wealth of practical exercises with many personal insights and experiences.

A avid marathoner, lecturer, longtime meditation practitioner and traveller, she has the gift of making meditation accessible and simple, while highlighting the deeper understanding that through meditation we are responding to a deeper, spiritual awakening in our lives.
Admission is free throughout.

When: Tues 13 Feb and Thurs15 Feb; 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Where: Fickling Convention Centre, 546 Mt Albert Road, Mt Eden


All welcome, free admission!!
Kindly register so we can accommodate everyone, call/text to Jogyata: 0221 887 432.

17 days ago

Rebecca renews her Cambridge connections

Murray Halberg Retirement Village

Classical crossover singer Rebecca Nelson told a captivated Cambridge audience how the town holds a special place in her heart for several reasons.

Rebecca’s performance was one of three shows lined up to entertain residents and soon-to-be residents of Ryman Healthcare’s Patrick Hogan … View more
Classical crossover singer Rebecca Nelson told a captivated Cambridge audience how the town holds a special place in her heart for several reasons.

Rebecca’s performance was one of three shows lined up to entertain residents and soon-to-be residents of Ryman Healthcare’s Patrick Hogan Village in Cambridge, Hilda Ross Village down the road in Hamilton and James Wattie Village in Havelock North.

Describing her connection to Ryman, she says: “It feels like coming home and performing for friends and family.”

Click read for the full story.

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17 days ago

Valentine’s Day Shows to Stream

The Team from NZ Compare

This Valentine’s Day, why not snuggle up with your loved one for a movie night in?

We've curated the ultimate list of the latest romantic flicks and binge-worthy shows to make your evening extra special.

Plus, don't forget to compare broadband options on Broadband Compare for the… View more
This Valentine’s Day, why not snuggle up with your loved one for a movie night in?

We've curated the ultimate list of the latest romantic flicks and binge-worthy shows to make your evening extra special.

Plus, don't forget to compare broadband options on Broadband Compare for the best streaming deals!

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17 days ago

Motorway & Harbour Bridge closures

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

There will be varying closures and traffic restrictions this week in Auckland:

- On Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 February, there will be a full northbound closure between Symonds Street and Fanshawe Street, and northbound lane restrictions on the Auckland Harbour Bridge between 10pm and 5am.

The … View more
There will be varying closures and traffic restrictions this week in Auckland:

- On Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 February, there will be a full northbound closure between Symonds Street and Fanshawe Street, and northbound lane restrictions on the Auckland Harbour Bridge between 10pm and 5am.

The following ramps/links will be closed:
SH1 Grafton Road southbound on-ramp
SH16 Wellesley Street westbound on-ramp
SH16 Port to SH16 westbound link
SH1 northbound to SH16 westbound link
SH16 eastbound to SH1 northbound link
SH16 westbound to SH1 northbound link
SH1 Wellington Street northbound on-ramp
SH1 Curran Street northbound on-ramp
SH1 Stafford Road northbound off-ramp
SH1 Onewa Road northbound off-ramp

Recommended detours are:
SH1 (northbound) detour route via SH16 Port Link, Beach Road, Custom Street East and Fanshawe Street.
SH1 (southbound) detour route via SH1 Grafton Road off-ramp and follow the signposted detour via Grafton Road onto Khyber Pass southbound on-ramp.
SH16 detour route via SH16 eastbound towards Wellesley Street.

Noise: There will be increased noise levels as the team will be carrying out multiple maintenance activities such as cutting into the road, resurfacing and vegetation control.

- On Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 February between 10pm and 5am, there will be a full northbound closure between Nelson Street and Fanshawe Street, and northbound lane restrictions on the Auckland Harbour Bridge.

The following ramps/links will be closed.
SH16 eastbound to SH1 northbound link
SH16 westbound to SH1 northbound link
SH1 Nelson Street northbound off-ramp
SH1 Wellington Street northbound on-ramp

Recommended detours:
From Ponsonby: Please use the recommended detour via Nelson Street and Fanshawe Street.
From Hobson Street: Please use the recommended detour via Franklin Road, Victoria Street West and Beaumont Street.
Noise: There will be increased noise levels as the team will be carrying out paving activities.

Please check NZTA Journey Planner for updates.

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17 days ago

Electrolux washing Machine 5.5kg

Prabha from New Windsor

It’s working and in good condition.. need a new house

Price: $225

17 days ago

Show your favourite local business some love...

Prospa

It's back for a fifth year! Recognise the best local businesses in your neighbourhood by nominating them in the 2024 Prospa Local Business Hero Awards.

Whether it's a bakery team who occasionally sneak you an extra sweet treat, a supermarket employee that's helped carry your bags… View more
It's back for a fifth year! Recognise the best local businesses in your neighbourhood by nominating them in the 2024 Prospa Local Business Hero Awards.

Whether it's a bakery team who occasionally sneak you an extra sweet treat, a supermarket employee that's helped carry your bags to the car or a bookshop that goes out of its way to find the best read just for you. Prospa Local Business Hero helps you show some love to the small businesses with the biggest hearts.

Plus your nomination could help a small business win over $10,000 worth of prizes!

Be a local hero yourself; give your favourite local business owner the recognition they deserve by nominating them in the 2024 Prospa Local Business Hero awards.
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20 days ago

Auckland's filthiest restaurants revealed by council

Brian from Mount Roskill

In Auckland Council's latest list of D grade food outlets, from last September to January this year, 41 shops received a D grade while two were forced to close temporarily after being issued E grades.
Breaches included poor cleaning and food safety preparation, hygiene and storage, deficient … View more
In Auckland Council's latest list of D grade food outlets, from last September to January this year, 41 shops received a D grade while two were forced to close temporarily after being issued E grades.
Breaches included poor cleaning and food safety preparation, hygiene and storage, deficient temperature controls, poor maintenance of equipment and facilities, and pests.
According to the council, a food grade certificate gives customers assurance that food they buy is safe and suitable to eat, and that the outlet meets quality and hygiene requirements under the Food Act.
An A, B or C grade means an outlet provides a level of confidence that the food it sells is safe.
D and E grades require enforcement by food inspectors, meaning a wide range of issues need to be rectified.
E ratings are given for critical risks, such as an out-of-control pest infestation or an absolutely filthy kitchen.
Central Auckland recorded the most D grade restaurants in the region with 13 shops identified with breaches, while south Auckland had 12.
Seven food shops in East Auckland were marked D grades, with five in the west, and four in the north.
Glen Innes Bakery and Cafe, Vanilla Plant Based Kitchen in Howick, Ak's Bakery in Mt Wellington, Dedwood Deli in Ponsonby, Manna Kitchen Onehunga, The Meat Hut in Massey, Gangnam Style Korean BBQ in Takapuna, Glen Eden Takeaways, 932 Mt Albert BBQ Noodle House, Mt Albert BBQ Noodle House and Hot and Spicy Pot East Tamaki all had pests.
Of the 41 shops that were issued with a D grade, 35 were reissued with A grades after rectifying breaches.
E grades were issued to United Coffee Nation on Victoria St West in Auckland Central, and Songket Malaysian Cafe at Kilham Ave, Northcote.
Both food outlets have been issued a D grade since, and allowed to operate.
South Auckland councillor Alf Filipina said customers deserved better, and eating at places that were clean was the bare minimum.
"The good thing about these inspections is that it's catching them out and taking them to task for not complying," Filipaina said.
"Once cockroaches or pests are identified, they're shut down and told to fumigate and prove that they can reopen again."
He said it was a shame that some owners have let their shops go.
"This is where people go to buy their food, and eat. The ones that are being shut down for cockroaches and pests, those are the ones that need to be highlighted.
"It's not just about the food, it's about cleanliness of the premises they walk into, customers expect that and its shop owners responsibility to make sure the cooking area is clean and around their shops too."
Food safety breaches don't incur fines, but the council recovers costs with reinspection revisits to monitor or confirm compliance.
The average compliance cost for an E grade reinspection was $1400, while it was up to $771 for a D grade.
List of D and E grade outlets from Sept 2023- Jan 2024
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Glen Innes Bakery and Cafe
Howick Village Cafe
Barilla Dumpling, Milford
Chowfoo Restaurant, Albany
Bakar Malaysian Cuisine, Panmure
Huanoa Takeaways, Papatoetoe
Moore St Bake House, Howick
Happy Days Restaurant, Manukau
Love Punjab Restaurant and Bar, Manurewa
Vanilla Plant Based Kitchen, Howick
Yummy Dumpling House, Queen St
Razeens Fastfoods and Takeaway, Māngere
Bread N Butter Home Cookery, Onehunga
Esquires Manukau
Korean Foods, Papatoetoe
Polynesian Takeaway, Avondale
Bamboo Gardens Takeaway, New Lynn
Golden Rooster Chinese Resturant, Rosedale
Burrito House, Birkenhead
Top World Bakery & Cafe, Ōtāhuhu
Idly Sambar, Kingsland
Daaku Kebab & Cafe, Manurewa
Panda Noodle Express, Albany
Happy Cafe, Royal Oak
Ak's Bakery, Mt Wellington
Dedwood Deli, Ponsonby
Daaku Kebab St George Street, Papatoetoe
Mount Eden Village Kebab
Al's Roast & Qiaos Chinese Takeaway, Snells Beach
Bombay Chinese Indian Restaurant, Queen St
Manna Kitchen Onehunga
Bawarchi Indian Food Takeaway, Sandringham
Beekeepers Wife, Riverhead
The Meat Hut, Massey
Chicking Takanini
Gangnam Style Korean BBQ Restaurant, Takapuna
United Coffee Nation, Victoria St West
Glen Eden Takeaways
932 Mt Albert BBQ Noodle House
Songket Malaysian Cafe
Mt Albert BBQ Noodle House
New Save Supermarket Newmarket
Hot and Spicy Pot East Tamaki
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19 days ago

Fantails Football for Girls starts next week

Rachel Alley from Auckland United Football Club

Girls - would you like to try football??
Fantails Football is a girls only programme designed to help girls gain confidence playing football in a safe and fun environment.
Fantails is for girls aged 4-12 years.
Term 1 programme starts Monday, 12 February 4.15pm
At Auckland United FC, Keith Hay … View more
Girls - would you like to try football??
Fantails Football is a girls only programme designed to help girls gain confidence playing football in a safe and fun environment.
Fantails is for girls aged 4-12 years.
Term 1 programme starts Monday, 12 February 4.15pm
At Auckland United FC, Keith Hay Park
8 weeks on Mondays, $40
To find out more or register today: www.aucklandunitedfc.org.nz...

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19 days ago

Happy Chinese New year!

The Team from NZ Compare

Happy Chinese Lunar New Year from the team at NZ Compare!
May your year be as powerful and fortunate as the mighty dragon!

Don't forget to enter our Year of the Dragon contest to WIN 1 of 3 X $50 gift cards.

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