Mount Eden, Auckland

30 days ago

Merry Christmas

The Team from NumberWorks'nWords Royal Oak

Merry Christmas from the team at NumberWorks'nWords!

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31 days ago

Teach computer programming

Sampath from Newmarket

Hi, Is anyone keen to learn how to build web sites?, Internet, Computer programming or any other IT skills over this Christmas break??

I'm senior software engineer and willing to share my knowledge for very fair rate. If you or your kids needs some boost on IT related knowledge, Please … View more
Hi, Is anyone keen to learn how to build web sites?, Internet, Computer programming or any other IT skills over this Christmas break??

I'm senior software engineer and willing to share my knowledge for very fair rate. If you or your kids needs some boost on IT related knowledge, Please contact me today.

0224283811 / admin@lakeventsnz.co.nz

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31 days ago

Poll: Are you needing cleaning for your business?

MSM Cleaning Services

At MSM Cleaning Services, we're dedicated to providing our customers with the best services.

We would like you to know if you or someone you know is looking at needing cleaning services for your business. Simply vote down below.
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Are you needing cleaning for your business?
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47 votes
31 days ago

Auckland motorists heading north reminded to plan ahead

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Auckland drivers bound for Northland are being urged to plan ahead, exercise caution and be wary around construction sites by Waka Kotahi New Zealand.

The transport agency's work sites close today until January 4 to leave the roads clear for holiday traffic.

But temporary speed limits and … View more
Auckland drivers bound for Northland are being urged to plan ahead, exercise caution and be wary around construction sites by Waka Kotahi New Zealand.

The transport agency's work sites close today until January 4 to leave the roads clear for holiday traffic.

But temporary speed limits and road cones will still be in place where there has been road resurfacing.

Waka Kotahi regional relationships director Steve Mutton has reminded motorists to be patient and avoid trying to overtake crews setting up traffic signs and cones.

When motorists ignore the signs, they put at risk their safety along with the safety of other road users and the road workers, he said.

Speeding through work sites is a significant problem, Mutton said.

"Speeding vehicles can flick up loose metal and other objects which are a danger to road workers and other road users.

"Motorists also have less control at higher speeds."

Drivers need to factor holiday congestion and delays into their plans, Mutton said.

Trying to make up lost time by speeding and overtaking dangerously puts everyone using the road in jeopardy, he said.

More traffic is expected to hit Northland roads during the festive season with fewer people travelling overseas due to Covid-19.

“Drivers are urged to be patient, keep to the speed limit and drive to the conditions," Mutton said.

For more information go to journeys.nzta.govt.nz/traffic,
journeys.nzta.govt.nz or call 0800 4 HIGHWAYS (0800 44 44 49)

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32 days ago

Secret museum tour opens January

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Explore the secret underground world of Auckland Museum next month to see where many treasures are stored.

Guided daily tours at 11.30 am will reveal how staff take care of priceless collections and keep them safe for future generations.

This is a rare chance to see some incredible objects that … View more
Explore the secret underground world of Auckland Museum next month to see where many treasures are stored.

Guided daily tours at 11.30 am will reveal how staff take care of priceless collections and keep them safe for future generations.

This is a rare chance to see some incredible objects that are not on display, museum staff say.

Go to www.aucklandmuseum.com... for information.

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32 days ago

*BRAND NEW* Carrington Bracelet

Janai from Sandringham

**BRAND NEW - NEVER WORN**

The Carrington Bracelet is high polished gold, set with dazzling crystals. Add this bracelet to your favorite golden arm stack for some extra sparkle. 2.5” Diameter with adjustable pull. Will make a perfect Christmas gift for someone special :)

Pick up is in … View more
**BRAND NEW - NEVER WORN**

The Carrington Bracelet is high polished gold, set with dazzling crystals. Add this bracelet to your favorite golden arm stack for some extra sparkle. 2.5” Diameter with adjustable pull. Will make a perfect Christmas gift for someone special :)

Pick up is in Sandringham (near St Lukes mall). Can also courier for extra :)

Price: $150

32 days ago

Seasons Greetings

David Seymour from David Seymour - MP for Epsom

2020 has been a challenging and eventful year for everyone.

I would like to acknowledge the support of the Epsom electorate to re-elect me as their local MP. It’s a great honour to represent my neighbours in Parliament.

My team and I are always happy to help constituents with central and … View more
2020 has been a challenging and eventful year for everyone.

I would like to acknowledge the support of the Epsom electorate to re-elect me as their local MP. It’s a great honour to represent my neighbours in Parliament.

My team and I are always happy to help constituents with central and local government issues where we can. Please contact me and my team on 095227464 or mpepsom@parliament.govt.nz to make an appointment or if you have a query that I can help you with.

We will be taking a bit of a break over Christmas but will be reopening on Monday 11 January.

In the meantime, I hope you have the opportunity for some rest and recreation with your family and friends over the holiday season.

Best Wishes
David Seymour
MP for Epsom

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32 days ago

Discover Auckland Museum's secrets in January

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Was there really a penthouse built on the top of Auckland Museum?

How did two warplanes end up on the top floor?

Hear the stories and secrets behind the museum revealed during January in the new Double Take Tour.

Guided tours will run daily at 1pm, spanning almost 100 years, from the early … View more
Was there really a penthouse built on the top of Auckland Museum?

How did two warplanes end up on the top floor?

Hear the stories and secrets behind the museum revealed during January in the new Double Take Tour.

Guided tours will run daily at 1pm, spanning almost 100 years, from the early designs to the building you see today.

Hear stories of the architects, discover what is inside the wall cavities, and learn how museum has changed over the years.

Go to www.aucklandmuseum.com... for tickets.

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32 days ago

Grow Good Thoughts

Andrea Neighbourly Lead from Eden Terrace

Raise your words
Not your voice
It is rain that grows flowers
Not thunder

Check out the Poetry and Prose group on neighbourly...all welcome.

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32 days ago

A Thought For The Day

Andrea Neighbourly Lead from Eden Terrace

Even after all this time
the Sun never says to the Earth
"You Owe Me"
Look what happens with a love like that
It lights up the whole sky.

Have a very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year

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40 days ago

How do people who don't celebrate Christmas spend the day?

Tori Tokalau Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours,

For those that aren't Christians or who don't celebrate Christmas, how will you spend December 25? Or do you know of anyone that absolutely despises the festive season? Let me know in the comments below or give me a bell - I'd love to hear from you! (027 200 5142 / … View more
Hi Neighbours,

For those that aren't Christians or who don't celebrate Christmas, how will you spend December 25? Or do you know of anyone that absolutely despises the festive season? Let me know in the comments below or give me a bell - I'd love to hear from you! (027 200 5142 / torika.tokalau@stuff.co.nz) Thanks!

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32 days ago

Plenty of school holiday fun at Auckland Museum

The Team from Auckland Museum

This summer, head to the Museum for an exciting line-up of LEGO® activities for the whole family!

Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Brick Creations is on now, featuring 37 incredible LEGO® brick models and five building stations. The Brick Room is also open, where kids can spend an hour building … View more
This summer, head to the Museum for an exciting line-up of LEGO® activities for the whole family!

Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Brick Creations is on now, featuring 37 incredible LEGO® brick models and five building stations. The Brick Room is also open, where kids can spend an hour building with thousands of LEGO® bricks for just $5 per child.

If you’re in the mood to explore, pick up a free trail map from the South Atrium and hunt for LEGO® models masquerading as Museum objects on our Brickman Awesome Treasure Hunt. Finally, entries for our Museum LEGO® Master Builder Competition are open, so get building at home and submit a photo of your Aotearoa-inspired creation!
Learn more

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32 days ago

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Mike from Mike Robson

Wishing you safe and happy holidays from Team Mike Robson.
To everyone we've worked alongside this year – thanks for trusting us. And to the Ray White Damerell Group team – thanks for having our back during some real challenging times. Bring on the new year!

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32 days ago

The Incredible Rooftop Tour at Auckland Museum

The Team from Auckland Museum

The Incredible Rooftop Tour is back for a limited season this summer! From next Tuesday enjoy incredible panoramic views of the city while learning about the fascinating history of Auckland Museum.

Find out more and book here: bit.ly...

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33 days ago

Auckland Council summer opening hours

The Team from Auckland Council

Dear Aucklanders, we are taking a break until 6 January 2021.

We don’t monitor Neighbourly outside of business hours or on public holidays. On other days and during business hours, we will have limited monitoring and our response time might be longer than usual.

For immediate information on … View more
Dear Aucklanders, we are taking a break until 6 January 2021.

We don’t monitor Neighbourly outside of business hours or on public holidays. On other days and during business hours, we will have limited monitoring and our response time might be longer than usual.

For immediate information on all council services and facilities visit aucklandcouncil.govt.nz or call 09 301 0101 at any time.
For a quick summary of our summer opening hours, click on 'read more'.

Wishing you a wonderful summer break and a safe and happy start to 2021.
Take care ^Melodie & team.

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