Parnell, Auckland

8 days ago

Become a Victim Support volunteer

Victim Support

Chris has been a volunteer for Victim Support for 11 years, joining after the affects of crime touched her own family. Chris fits in a shift each week as a Volunteer Support Worker on top of family and a successful career. She says the role has taught her to think on her feet and led to a huge … View moreChris has been a volunteer for Victim Support for 11 years, joining after the affects of crime touched her own family. Chris fits in a shift each week as a Volunteer Support Worker on top of family and a successful career. She says the role has taught her to think on her feet and led to a huge amount of personal growth.

"I have a huge amount of gratitude for my life. And every now and then you get little bits of feedback, and you know you have really helped someone. That feels really good,” says Chris. “It’s a privilege to be able to do this."

During her time with Victim Support, Chris has helped hundreds of victims to find safety, healing, and justice. Follow the link to hear Chris’s story and learn how you too can support those who need it as a volunteer with Victim Support.
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8 days ago

Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki (AAF) - April 2021

Auckland Arts Festival

We continue into April with a final grouping of five exciting shows Tuesday 6th–Sunday 11th!

First up, The Haka Party Incident presented with Auckland Theatre Company is a provocative, resonant, and unforgettable show. On this week from Tuesday 6 –Saturday 10 April.

Next, … View more
We continue into April with a final grouping of five exciting shows Tuesday 6th–Sunday 11th!

First up, The Haka Party Incident presented with Auckland Theatre Company is a provocative, resonant, and unforgettable show. On this week from Tuesday 6 –Saturday 10 April.

Next, Reb Fountain & The Black Quartet: The Boy Next Door will blow you away with an evening paying homage to the work of the inimitable Nick Cave at Auckland Town Hall on Wednesday 7 April.

Subtle Dances, the premiere work from BalletCollective Aotearoa with NZTrio debuts on Thursday 8 and Friday 9 April at the Bruce Mason Centre.

If you’d like to do some dancing yourself, the New Moon Folk Ball will provide that opportunity on Friday 9 April, led by the iconic Michael Parmenter.

And on Sunday 11 April, join Sistema Aotearoa in celebrating their 10th birthday at Tekau! with a free performance featuring 250 young musicians across a 100-piece string orchestra and choir of 150.

Don’t miss out on your final chance to enjoy AAF in 2021!
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8 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Hands Free = $10
Pic 2: Electrical swithboards = $15
Pic 3: Travel adapters = $15
Pic 4: Universal travel adapters = $25

Negotiable

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8 days ago

Modems

Harry from Grafton

Assorted modems and the price is for the item in each photo.

Price: $25

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8 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Assorted kitchen equipment which the price is for the items in each photo.

Price: $20

9 days ago

Soy milk maker

Anh from Auckland Central

In good condition. Pick up Auckland CBD

Price: $15

9 days ago

Light up shoes Skechers

Anh from Auckland Central

Like new. My daughter wears only two times. Size 12. RPP $99
Pick up Auckland CBD

Price: $45

9 days ago

Get decorating and $ave!

Resene

HURRY SALE ENDS SOON!

$ave with 25% off Resene premium paints, wood stains, primers, sealers, wallpapers, decorating accessories and cleaning products!

Come in and see us and get all the advice you need for your projects. Whether you need help choosing colours, deciding which products to … View more
HURRY SALE ENDS SOON!

$ave with 25% off Resene premium paints, wood stains, primers, sealers, wallpapers, decorating accessories and cleaning products!

Come in and see us and get all the advice you need for your projects. Whether you need help choosing colours, deciding which products to use, or what prep is required, Resene staff can help you every step of the way.

Resene products are designed and made in NZ and have been since Resene started in Wellington over 75 years ago.

Come in and get inspired to make the most of your home.
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9 days ago

Don’t miss your collection day

The Team from Auckland Council

Auckland Council will continue to service your kerbside collections during the Easter Holiday, but with some changes to collection dates. All collections will return to normal on 12 April 2021. Find out more

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10 days ago

Santos sisters cleaning.

Ashleigh from Parnell

These girls left a flyer in my letterbox.
I decided to try them out.
They left my house with dirty bathrooms, no dusting or polishing, and charged me $50.00 per hour per girl, just to top it off they use your equipment and cleaning products and broke my brand new Dyson V11 vacuum cleaner, and … View more
These girls left a flyer in my letterbox.
I decided to try them out.
They left my house with dirty bathrooms, no dusting or polishing, and charged me $50.00 per hour per girl, just to top it off they use your equipment and cleaning products and broke my brand new Dyson V11 vacuum cleaner, and skipped off without confessing to the damage.
I hope they have public liability insurance because they will need to pay for the damage.
Beware!!

10 days ago

Protect Mataharehare Its the Community Easter Hunt!

Ashleigh from Parnell

Free Event in support of protecting Mataharehare and the Great Pohutukawa, Dove Myer Robinson Park Parnell
Sunday 4th of April at 11 am under the big tree.
Bring a picnic and stay for lunch.
All welcome!.

11 days ago

No decision on Auckland light rail, as Government opts for 'fresh start' on project

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

The Government has decided a “fresh start” is needed for its long-awaited light rail project in Auckland, pushing back any final decision on what to build to some time around the end of 2021.

Transport Minister Michael Wood announced on Wednesday he wanted to draw a line under the disquiet … View more
The Government has decided a “fresh start” is needed for its long-awaited light rail project in Auckland, pushing back any final decision on what to build to some time around the end of 2021.

Transport Minister Michael Wood announced on Wednesday he wanted to draw a line under the disquiet that surrounded previous ideas for the project and listen to Aucklanders about what sort of light rail system they want.

Key decisions on the project will now be put out to the public, who will have their say on what they would like light rail to look like.

Those decisions include the route the line will take, whether it should be surface-level light rail or a light metro that goes underground, and who will actually own the line.

Wood will create an establishment unit, which will take input from Aucklanders about what they want from the light rail project.

What would you like light rail to look like?

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

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10 days ago

Travelling Equipment

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Luggage = $35
Pic 2: Luggage = $35
Pic 3: Travelling pillows = $20
Pic 4: Sleeping bags = $20

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10 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Oil heater = $25
Pic 2: Fan heaters = $35
Pic 3: Desk lamps = $25
Pic 4: Electric hot pack = $50

Negotiable

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