Northcote, Auckland

9 days ago
9 days ago

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL!!!

Lennard & Tracy from Jim’s Cleaning Rosedale/Spaclean

$92 off residential spring clean, get yourself a spring clean before Christmas, professional prompt service, we don't just clean we leave it sparkling.

Call us now at 022 474 1825 or 022 506 1190

Negotiable

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9 days ago

What's On: U3A Birkenhead Christmas Meeting

David from Chatswood

Entertainment, carols, coffee, tea and Christmas cake. Members’ items and some surprises. Please bring a plate of finger food for a shared lunch (note: no warming or cooking facilities).
U3A Birkenhead Christmas Meeting
  • Birkenhead Bowling Club
9 days ago

Cash for your wrecked car! Call us 0800 500 001

The Team from AAA Auto Parts

Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day … View more
Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day removal
* Free quotes over the phone

We will beat any prices in the market by 10%.

Support your local business.
Give us a call on ** 0800 50 00 01 ** and we will be happy to have a chat.
Enquire now

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9 days ago

What's On: North Shore Music Club Night

Warren from Mount Eden

A fun night of easy listening keyboard music showcasing our club members in the first half and the second half featuring the renowned Mr Carl Doy. Ph Warren 029 9277365
North Shore Music Club Night
  • Takapuna Bowling Club
30 days ago

Poll: Auckland's super-city: One decade on: Is local government running more efficiently?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

It's been 10 years since Auckland's new super-city was formed, forged from eight legacy councils.

For Aucklanders who have lived through the massive overhaul, do you think local government is running more smoothly?

Auckland Council's first year was far from smooth with the … View more
It's been 10 years since Auckland's new super-city was formed, forged from eight legacy councils.

For Aucklanders who have lived through the massive overhaul, do you think local government is running more smoothly?

Auckland Council's first year was far from smooth with the Occupy protest, the Rugby World Cup opening night transport debacle, a battle with central government over funding the inner-city rail loop, and a contest of wills over delegating powers to local boards and council-controlled organisations.

Auckland's inaugural super mayor Len Brown hailed it a success.

"Generally 2011 has been a good first year for the council, " Brown said in 2012.

"We've brought the region together... At the same time we have driven $81 million in efficiencies and reduced the inherited 9.3 per cent rates increase down to 3.9 per cent."

The boundaries of the new super city were unveiled in 2010.

Super city Auckland was divided into 13 wards with 21 local boards.

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Auckland's super-city: One decade on: Is local government running more efficiently?
  • 7.1% Yes
    7.1% Complete
  • 92.9% No
    92.9% Complete
1491 votes
10 days ago

What's On: Alberton Market Day!

Rendell from Mount Albert

A quaint market featuring specialty produce, handmade goods, food, plants, kids activities and a pop-up tearoom! Learn all about herbs with garden writer Jane Wrigglesworth at 11:30am. Free entry. 10am-2pm.
Alberton Market Day!
  • Alberton
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10 days ago

Free Carpet

Henry from Takapuna

Heaps of free carpet and pallets after clearing out warehouse. 19a William Pickering Drive Albany, on the side of the road.

Free

10 days ago

Fraud Awareness Week

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This Fraud Awareness Week we are encouraging Kiwis to take a moment to stop and think ‘is this for real?’ when contacted unexpectedly and asked for personal info.

New Zealand Police's Financial Intelligence Unit estimates New Zealanders lose $20-30 million annually to scams.

HOW TO AVOID… View more
This Fraud Awareness Week we are encouraging Kiwis to take a moment to stop and think ‘is this for real?’ when contacted unexpectedly and asked for personal info.

New Zealand Police's Financial Intelligence Unit estimates New Zealanders lose $20-30 million annually to scams.

HOW TO AVOID A SCAM:

+ A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you to ask for your PIN, password or to move money to another account.

+ Never click on a link in an unexpected email or text – you could be giving access to your personal and financial details.

+ Always question uninvited approaches in case it is a scam. Instead, contact the company directly using a known email or phone number.

+ Don’t assume an email or phone call is authentic – just because someone knows your basic details (name and address, or mother’s maiden name) it doesn’t mean they are genuine.

+ Don’t be rushed into making a decision or financial transaction on the spot – a genuine bank or trusted organisation would never do this.

+ Listen to your instincts – if something feels wrong then it generally is.

If you believe you are the victim of a scam you can contact Police and report the matter via 105.

For more info on how you can prevent yourself, family and friends from being scammed, visit:

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10 days ago

Box of Books $10

Judy from Glenfield

Hi all, doing a clean out and I have a couple of boxes of books for sale, between 30 and 37 books in each box, mainly Crime, Action and General Fiction. Majority are hard backs. $10 per box.

Price: $10

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10 days ago

What's On: St Leo's Christmas Fair

Anna and Steven from Devonport

Fun for all ages! Delicious food, Christmas Crafts and gifts for sale, games, raffles, a bouncy castle and an opportunity to have your photo taken with Santa in his grotto!
St Leo's Christmas Fair
  • St Leo's Catholic School
10 days ago

Police pay tribute to fallen officer Matt Ratana

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Matiu "Matt" Ratana, the New Zealand-born police officer killed in the line of duty in the United Kingdom in October, has been remembered by police with a special rugby game.

Auckland police and Counties Manukau police honoured the "strong rugby boy" on Saturday by playing each… View more
Matiu "Matt" Ratana, the New Zealand-born police officer killed in the line of duty in the United Kingdom in October, has been remembered by police with a special rugby game.

Auckland police and Counties Manukau police honoured the "strong rugby boy" on Saturday by playing each other in the inaugural game for the Sgt Matt Matiu Ratana Memorial trophy.

Ratana, 54, worked for both districts while policing in New Zealand.

Ratana, 54, who was originally from Hawke's Bay, was shot dead in a South London custody centre on September 25, allegedly by a man who had been detained, while working for Metropolitan Police.

The trophy was funded by former New Zealand Police colleagues and acknowledges Ratana's rank of sergeant in the Metropolitan Police Service.

It bears a huia feather - the police tradition to honour fallen officers.

Also attached to the trophy are blue and white ribbons showing the colours of Auckland and of Ratana's beloved East Grinstead Rugby Football Club.

The commemorative game will become an annual event for police rugby in Auckland and Counties Manukau.

10 days ago

Police warn public in Fraud Awareness Week

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Police are urging members of the public to be vigilant as Fraud Awareness Week kicks off today.

They are warning people against giving out personal information over the phone to strangers.

Every year thousands of New Zealanders fall victim to scams- online, over the phone or in person.

Phone … View more
Police are urging members of the public to be vigilant as Fraud Awareness Week kicks off today.

They are warning people against giving out personal information over the phone to strangers.

Every year thousands of New Zealanders fall victim to scams- online, over the phone or in person.

Phone scams are common.

Scammers posing as Spark workers stole $10000 from the bank account of 80-year-old Auckland resident Marion.

After following their instructions on the phone, she received a bank alert about the large withdrawal.

Have you been the victim of a phone scam?

If so, what happened?

* Please put NFP if you do not want your comment used by Stuff.

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10 days ago

What's On: MIlford Crystal Visions Holistic Market

Michelle from Beach Haven

*Nurturing Body, Mind & Spirit* Two Day Event. Milford - Sat 21st Nov 10-4 & Sun 22nd Nov 10–3. Healers, Readers, Crystals, Jewellery, Candles, Product & More. Details www.crystalvisions.co.nz
MIlford Crystal Visions Holistic Market
  • Milford Senior Citizens Club Hall
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10 days ago

What's On: MIlford Crystal Visions Holistic Market

Michelle from Beach Haven

*Nurturing Body, Mind & Spirit* Two Day Event. Milford - Sat 21st Nov 10-4 & Sun 22nd Nov 10–3. Healers, Readers, Crystals, Jewellery, Candles, Product & More. Details www.crystalvisions.co.nz
MIlford Crystal Visions Holistic Market
  • Milford Senior Citizens Club Hall
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