Parnell, Auckland

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?

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10 days ago
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11 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

Negotiable

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11 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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11 days ago

Items For Sale

Harry from Grafton

Pic 1: Plastic products = $20
Pic 2: Cleaning products = $50
Pic 3: Dishwasher powder = $50
Pic 4: Drying rack, ironing board and hangers = $15

Negotiable

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11 days ago

Perfect Parnell Flat Share $380

Susan from Parnell

Share my modern retro flat with lovely views and light in a secure building. Walk to shops, la Cigale, Parnell Baths and an easy stroll to the CBD and Britomart. Double room for one is furnished or bring your own. 1/2 share utilites. Secure park optional. Healthy vibe. Available after Easter. … View moreShare my modern retro flat with lovely views and light in a secure building. Walk to shops, la Cigale, Parnell Baths and an easy stroll to the CBD and Britomart. Double room for one is furnished or bring your own. 1/2 share utilites. Secure park optional. Healthy vibe. Available after Easter. www.trademe.co.nz...

11 days ago

Graduation day for Advanced & Diploma Chefs

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

This week, we were very happy to host a graduation luncheon for the students, families and friends of the Advanced Level 4 programme and Level 5 Diploma Chefs.

The Diploma chefs achievement comes after nearly TWO years of chopping, preparing and cooking and many tests and assignments and a bunch … View more
This week, we were very happy to host a graduation luncheon for the students, families and friends of the Advanced Level 4 programme and Level 5 Diploma Chefs.

The Diploma chefs achievement comes after nearly TWO years of chopping, preparing and cooking and many tests and assignments and a bunch of hard work plus some serious determination and the privilege of remote cooking through FOUR Lockdowns!

The Advanced Level 4 chefs started in June 2020 and worked through their programme with only THREE lockdowns and remote cooking. Needless to say, we are delighted to be able to award these qualifications after what can only be described as a roller-coasted period.

The menu included Gratinated Snapper with mushroom, spinach with Sauce Hollandaise, Pigeon Bay lamb with corn, polenta, baked cherry tomatoes and basil and Crêpe with raspberry parfait and vanilla cream to finish.

11 days ago

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12 days ago

Parnell Flatmate - double room $400

Susan from Parnell

Share my modern well-furnished flat with lovely views and light in a secure building. Walk to shops, la Cigale, Parnell Baths and an easy stroll to the CBD and Britomart. Double room for one is furnished or bring your own. Internet and water included. Garage park optional. Healthy vibe. Available … View moreShare my modern well-furnished flat with lovely views and light in a secure building. Walk to shops, la Cigale, Parnell Baths and an easy stroll to the CBD and Britomart. Double room for one is furnished or bring your own. Internet and water included. Garage park optional. Healthy vibe. Available after Easter. www.trademe.co.nz...

12 days ago

All your home help requirement now available

John from jrmaintenance

Hi We are three semi retired painters/home handymen who have been painting and helping out with any general DIY work in the local area for a number of years. If you have some work you need help with feel free to contact us, and we can arrange a time to drop by and give you an idea of what is … View moreHi We are three semi retired painters/home handymen who have been painting and helping out with any general DIY work in the local area for a number of years. If you have some work you need help with feel free to contact us, and we can arrange a time to drop by and give you an idea of what is required. We are available for any quality painting/DIY work around your home, from painting your fence, your deck, to that bedroom or bathroom that needs refreshing. Full references from our customers of our work is available if required. Feel free to txt, call or PM me.
Thanks John Ph 021 0590400

12 days ago

Smoke Alarm Check

The Team from Wee Jobs

Daylight savings time! Don't forget to book in your smoke alarm service or installation now!

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12 days ago

What's On: Arborist Workshop (Rescheduled)

Adrian from Albany Heights

Learn all the basics in an interactive manner at this interesting Arboriculture workshop. There’s even chainsaws!! Includes entry to Sculpture Gardens. $20 p/p pay on the day (booking advised 09-420-5655)
Arborist Workshop (Rescheduled)
  • Kaipara Coast Plant Centre & Sculpture Gardens
14 days ago

Poll: Should all Auckland shops be allowed to trade on Easter Sunday?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Restrictions on trading over Easter have frustrated Auckland retailers desperate for business in the wake of four Covid-19 lockdowns.

Only shops selling certain goods can legally trade on Easter Sunday, and those breaching conditions can be fined up to $1000.

But Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says … View more
Restrictions on trading over Easter have frustrated Auckland retailers desperate for business in the wake of four Covid-19 lockdowns.

Only shops selling certain goods can legally trade on Easter Sunday, and those breaching conditions can be fined up to $1000.

But Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says critics have left it too late, as the process to change trading rules can take over a year.

Local government has had the power to rule on whether retailers can open on Easter Sunday since the National government passed the responsibility down in 2016.

Prior to this, only shops that sell necessities, such as dairies, service stations, and pharmacies, were given exemptions to trade.

Thirty-nine of the country’s 67 councils have created bylaws to date allowing retailers to open if they want, but Auckland, Wellington, and other major centres remain opposed.

Newmarket Business Association chief executive Mark Thomas said the restrictions are “ridiculous and out of date”.

“There are so many discrepancies in the law it seems a bit ludicrous,” he said.

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Should all Auckland shops be allowed to trade on Easter Sunday?
  • 58.1% Yes
    58.1% Complete
  • 39.1% No
    39.1% Complete
  • 2.8% Unsure- it's too complex
    2.8% Complete
1198 votes
12 days ago

TV signal, WiFi signal and cellphone Signal Services

Abdol from TV Signal Solutions Ltd.

We do all signal solutions services allover Auckland.
Our physical address is going to change soon, but we are avaliable to deliver our services over Auckland no matter which suburb. We value our existing customers wherever they are.


Contact us on;

0220746441
info@tvsignalsolutions.co.nz
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We do all signal solutions services allover Auckland.
Our physical address is going to change soon, but we are avaliable to deliver our services over Auckland no matter which suburb. We value our existing customers wherever they are.


Contact us on;

0220746441
info@tvsignalsolutions.co.nz
tvsignalsolutions.co.nz

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