Onehunga, Auckland

23 days ago

Have your say!!!!

Auckland Council

A transformation is planned for Waiapu Precinct and Paynes Lane, Onehunga creating a new public plaza, green spaces, a family playspace, and safer walking connections. Find out more on the wider Waiapu Precinct plans, including the proposed supermarket location and future development sites for … View moreA transformation is planned for Waiapu Precinct and Paynes Lane, Onehunga creating a new public plaza, green spaces, a family playspace, and safer walking connections. Find out more on the wider Waiapu Precinct plans, including the proposed supermarket location and future development sites for homes.

For more info visit or Onehunga Library from 12 Feb.

These improvements are part of the wider Eke Panuku urban regeneration plan for Onehunga to attract more investment, support the growing population and local businesses, and to help the town centre thrive in a sustainable way.
Find out more

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24 days ago

We are open tomorrow!

The Shop Manager from Red Cross Shop Onehunga

Hi there Neighbours,

Why not add us to your list of things to do tomorrow?
Our doors are open from 9am to 5pm.
Come in for a browse or bring your pre-loved items which are in good condition to us.
Got some spare time on your hands? Chat to us about volunteering and paying it forward through … View more
Hi there Neighbours,

Why not add us to your list of things to do tomorrow?
Our doors are open from 9am to 5pm.
Come in for a browse or bring your pre-loved items which are in good condition to us.
Got some spare time on your hands? Chat to us about volunteering and paying it forward through service.

We are located at 200 Onehunga Mall Road, Onehunga

We are open 7 days a week, times are:
Monday - Saturday ~ 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday ~ 10:00am to 4:00pm

See you here 🙂

K
24 days ago

UoA Research Study Participants Needed

Kat from Epsom

Kia ora koutou,

My name is Katerina and I am currently working towards a Masters Thesis in Psychology at the University of Auckland.

We are looking to find out how a large sample of healthy New Zealanders perform on a small number of tasks involving social cognition (understanding what other … View more
Kia ora koutou,

My name is Katerina and I am currently working towards a Masters Thesis in Psychology at the University of Auckland.

We are looking to find out how a large sample of healthy New Zealanders perform on a small number of tasks involving social cognition (understanding what other people are thinking and feeling) and executive function (planning and problem-solving) and on measures of well-being and social connectedness. This will provide information about the normal range of performance and may provide a useful comparison in future studies involving people with neurological problems.

The study will take no longer than 1 hour of your time and you will receive a $20 Countdown voucher for participation. The study will take place at the School of Psychology, Science Centre, 23 Symonds St.

If you are interested, please email me at eger856@aucklanduni.ac.nz and I can arrange a call to check eligibility and provide more information.

Thank you for your interest and time in reading this post!

Ngā Mihi
Katerina

This study has been approved by the University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee on 15/12/2023 for three years. Reference Number UAHPEC26994.

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24 days ago

Valentine's Day 2024 at Stardome Observatory

Stardome Observatory & Planetarium from Stardome Observatory & Planetarium

Treat your special someone to a romantic evening under the (indoor) stars this Valentine’s Day at Stardome!

You're guaranteed a starry night whatever the weather in our planetarium show, where you'll take a spectacular journey through the cosmos discovering enchanting tales of love … View more
Treat your special someone to a romantic evening under the (indoor) stars this Valentine’s Day at Stardome!

You're guaranteed a starry night whatever the weather in our planetarium show, where you'll take a spectacular journey through the cosmos discovering enchanting tales of love woven across the night sky.

Shows at 6.30pm, 7.45pm, and 9pm. Cost: $20/$18
Half-price for Starlight Explorer members.
Suitable for age 14+
Book now at www.stardome.org.nz...

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24 days ago

6 Rejuvenating Wellness Tips

The Team from NZ Compare

Get ready for a refreshing summer with our 6 rejuvenating wellness tips!

Whether you're hitting the trails, diving into the waves, or simply chilling at home, these tips are perfect for making the most of your break!

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24 days ago

Have you got your tickets yet?

Heart Foundation Lotteries

Don't miss out! For only $15 a ticket, you could be in to win this brand-new, fully furnished Jennian home in Pegasus, Christchurch worth nearly one million dollars.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, this home is waiting to be lived … View more
Don't miss out! For only $15 a ticket, you could be in to win this brand-new, fully furnished Jennian home in Pegasus, Christchurch worth nearly one million dollars.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, this home is waiting to be lived in by its new owners.

Make this property your permanent residence, a holiday home, rent it or even sell it – it could be all yours! Get your tickets today at heartlottery.org.nz.
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24 days ago

Washing machine taps

Marlene from Ellerslie

Never used. Buyer pick-up only.

Price: $5

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25 days ago

Next meeting Feb 21st

Cyril Skilton from Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society Inc.

COME TO THE ONEHUNGA FENCIBLE AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY GENERAL MEETING TO HEAR THE ANSWERS AND MORE:
Three Kings Wesleyan Native Institution

Why did the Governors of NZ give them over a thousand acres of land?
Who went there and what did they do?
How were its students connected to Onehunga and … View more
COME TO THE ONEHUNGA FENCIBLE AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY GENERAL MEETING TO HEAR THE ANSWERS AND MORE:
Three Kings Wesleyan Native Institution

Why did the Governors of NZ give them over a thousand acres of land?
Who went there and what did they do?
How were its students connected to Onehunga and Manukau?
Wednesday 21st February at 7.30pm in the
Blockhouse Jellicoe Park Onehunga
Speaker Wallis Walker

OFHS January 2024 newsletter.pdf Download View

26 days ago

Want to enjoy the best house & garden content every month?

NZ House & Garden

With NZ House & Garden you’ll be able to do just that. Flick through the pages to find inspirational and aspirational homes and gardens as well as sumptuous food, carefully curated lifestyle features, and all the latest homeware and shopping trends.

Subscribe to NZ House & Garden and … View more
With NZ House & Garden you’ll be able to do just that. Flick through the pages to find inspirational and aspirational homes and gardens as well as sumptuous food, carefully curated lifestyle features, and all the latest homeware and shopping trends.

Subscribe to NZ House & Garden and save up to 27% off retail, PLUS subscribe before 25 Feb and you’ll be in the draw to win 1 of 72 Antipodes Culture Probiotic Night Recover Water Cream worth $70! T&Cs apply.

The team at NZ House & Garden
Find out more

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27 days ago

Please 🙏

Kyra from Onehunga

Join Mercury using my referral link and you’ll get to choose a wonderful join offer! www.mercury.co.nz...

J
27 days ago

Washing machine

Joyce from Royal Oak

Washing machine white color, good condition, never broke down
Ready to go, must pick up.

Price: $145

27 days ago

NZFarmer

The Team Reporter from NZ Farmer - North Island

Hello everyone, have you read your copy of NZFarmer?
NZFarmer has moved to isuue and all editions will be available there each month including both North and South Island editions. So head over there and follow us on our rural journey.
Sonita

27 days ago

Closet fashionista

The Team from Resene ColorShop Onehunga

Give an old wooden wardrobe a no-sand Resene paint makeover to add more colour – as well as more storage – to your life.

Get started on your own with these easy instructions.

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31 days ago

Poll: Have you donated to a community pantry?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

With the cost of living leaving many families without, community pantries or pātaka kai are popping up across the country.

This is a resident-led initiative where people can anonymously take what they need or give away their excess food. Have you ever donated to a community pantry?

Type … View more
With the cost of living leaving many families without, community pantries or pātaka kai are popping up across the country.

This is a resident-led initiative where people can anonymously take what they need or give away their excess food. Have you ever donated to a community pantry?

Type 'Not For Print' if you wish your comments to be excluded from the Conversations column of your local paper.

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Have you donated to a community pantry?
  • 51.7% Yes, I have
    51.7% Complete
  • 21.8% No, I haven't
    21.8% Complete
  • 14.3% I hadn't heard of this before
    14.3% Complete
  • 12.1% I would like to in the future
    12.1% Complete
2257 votes
28 days ago

Ryman Achieves Wellbeing Tick Accreditation

Logan Campbell Retirement Village

Ryman Healthcare is pleased to announce it’s been awarded the Wellbeing Tick, a significant milestone marking the company as the first healthcare organisation in New Zealand and Australia to receive this accreditation.

The Wellbeing Tick is a workplace accreditation programme that recognises … View more
Ryman Healthcare is pleased to announce it’s been awarded the Wellbeing Tick, a significant milestone marking the company as the first healthcare organisation in New Zealand and Australia to receive this accreditation.

The Wellbeing Tick is a workplace accreditation programme that recognises organisations that commit to the wellbeing of their people and are ready to make systemic changes to the way they operate.

The programme is based on an award-winning and globally researched framework, aiming to set the standard for workplace wellbeing practices in New Zealand and Australia.

Click to read the full story.

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