Point Chevalier, Auckland

5 days ago

Cardboard boxes

Gizella from Mount Albert

Moving boxes available. Different sizes. Pick up Mt Albert.

Free

6 days ago

Tips for moving to a retirement village with a pet

Murray Halberg Retirement Village

Moving to a retirement village marks the beginning of a new chapter filled with opportunities waiting to be explored. Naturally, you want to share this journey with your beloved furry companion, and at Ryman, you are welcome to bring your pet along, provided they are suitable for the village … View moreMoving to a retirement village marks the beginning of a new chapter filled with opportunities waiting to be explored. Naturally, you want to share this journey with your beloved furry companion, and at Ryman, you are welcome to bring your pet along, provided they are suitable for the village environment.

Once your pet is approved for the village, the focus shifts to ensuring a smooth transition for them. Dogs and cats, being creatures of habit, may find relocating stressful. However, with patience and a thoughtful approach, we can mitigate their anxiety and help them settle into their new surroundings seamlessly.

For more tips click read more.

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6 days ago

What's On: COMPOSTING WORKSHOP SANDRINGHAM

Kowhai from Birkdale

This FREE workshop is an introduction on how to compost with Bokashi, worm farms, and cold compost bins. Discover what suits you best, and how easy it is!! https://compostcollective.org.nz/events/composting-workshop-sandringham-5/
COMPOSTING WORKSHOP SANDRINGHAM
  • GRIBBLEHURST COMMUNITY HUB
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6 days ago

What's On: Auckland Quiltmakers Show & Market

Sarah from Greenhithe

Traditional and contemporary quilts for beds, or hung as art. Marketplace includes several quilt shops with fabrics supplies, and handmade crafts, previously displayed quilts, and pre-loved textile books, fabrics.
Auckland Quiltmakers Show & Market
  • Mt Albert War Memorial Hall
6 days ago

What's On: COMPOSTING WORKSHOP FREEMANS BAY

Kowhai from Birkdale

This FREE workshop is an introduction on how to compost with Bokashi, worm farms, and cold compost bins. Discover what suits you best, and how easy it is!! https://compostcollective.org.nz/events/composting-workshop-freemans-bay-3/
COMPOSTING WORKSHOP FREEMANS BAY
  • FREEMANS BAY COMMUNITY CENTRE
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6 days ago

What's On: Auckland Quiltmakers Show & Market

Sarah from Greenhithe

exhibition displaying a wide range of traditional and contemporary quilts for a bed, or hung as art. Several quilt shops, handmade crafts, previously displayed quilts, pre-loved textile books, and fabrics.
Auckland Quiltmakers Show & Market
  • Mt Albert War Memorial Hall
6 days ago

Got a great recipe for grapefruit? Share it and win a copy of our magazine!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Hello neighbours, we're looking for delicious grapefruit recipes to feature in NZ Gardener's July issue. Send your family's favourite ways to use this citrus fruit to mailbox@nzgardener.co.nz by Junel 30, 2024. Every published recipe wins a copy of the July issue of NZ Gardener.

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11 days ago

Poll: What is the smallest size hearing device Triton Hearing offer?

Triton Hearing

Some kiwis think hearing devices are big and ugly.

What if we told you technology has advanced substantially and they’re available in all shapes, colours, and sizes?

Go in the draw to win* a $40 MTA voucher when you share your answer to the
question below. Give it a go!

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Some kiwis think hearing devices are big and ugly.

What if we told you technology has advanced substantially and they’re available in all shapes, colours, and sizes?

Go in the draw to win* a $40 MTA voucher when you share your answer to the
question below. Give it a go!

*T&C’s apply – must be over 18.
Find out more

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What is the smallest size hearing device Triton Hearing offer?
  • 88.6% a) The size of a pea
    88.6% Complete
  • 4.3% b) The size of a AAA battery
    4.3% Complete
  • 7.1% c) The size of a $2 coin
    7.1% Complete
563 votes
12 days ago

And the 2024 Prospa Local Business Hero is...

Prospa

A huge congratulations to mother and son duo, Mary and Sam Danielson from The Puketapu Hotel.

The votes for all finalists have been tallied and they have been chosen by Neighbourly members across the country as the Prospa Local Business Hero of 2024.

The Puketapu Hotel was nominated by a … View more
A huge congratulations to mother and son duo, Mary and Sam Danielson from The Puketapu Hotel.

The votes for all finalists have been tallied and they have been chosen by Neighbourly members across the country as the Prospa Local Business Hero of 2024.

The Puketapu Hotel was nominated by a local called Margaret and the nomination reads:
'On Feb 14, 2023, Cyclone Gabrielle flooded many of the rural areas. Puketapu Hotel went under perhaps half a meter of water. However, immediately Mary Danielson and her son, Sam Danielson, along with their loyal staff pulled it together to cook copious amounts of food that without electricity would have been wasted. Throughout the years many of us have been treated with a pub gathering where we can reconnect and a free meal. At Christmas there was Santa, games, gifts for kids, donated patchwork for adults, an ice cream truck and lots of camaraderie.
This February on the cyclone anniversary, they again pulled out the stops to give hundreds of us a special night. We are all tired of the cyclone cleanup and they understood that it was needed.'

Such a deserving business and team, well done Mary and Sam. And thank you to all those who voted!

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6 days ago

What's On: Genealogy

Pam from Northcote

Welcome to the Annual General Meeting of the Auckland Branch of the NZ Society of Genealogists. Plus “Share some of your Family History Research”. Free entry. Morning tea to follow.
Genealogy
  • Level 2, Central Library
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7 days ago

What's On: Live Jazz and Dancing

Kay from Orewa

New Orleans Joymakers the best 7-piece Jazz band in Auckland play live Traditional and Swing Jazz at the Northcote Bowling Club. Entry $20. Great music and dancing. Kay, 027 4245017.
Live Jazz and Dancing
  • Northcote Bowling Club
7 days ago

Prizes! Prizes! Prizes!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

We've randomly drawn the winners for our Tuesday prize draw. This week the prize is $100 grocery vouchers. Congratulations to:

Katie Stuart from Karekare

Vernon Barlow from Invercargill

Pauline De Lira from Taupo

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We've randomly drawn the winners for our Tuesday prize draw. This week the prize is $100 grocery vouchers. Congratulations to:

Katie Stuart from Karekare

Vernon Barlow from Invercargill

Pauline De Lira from Taupo

Muhammed Azam from Ōtahuhu

Are you a winner? Get in touch with our Neighbourly team here to claim your prize.

Not a winner this time? Come back each Tuesday and we will have ongoing prize draws and more winners!

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7 days ago

Stand together in tough times

Manaaki Tāngata | Victim Support

There's strength in community, especially when times are hard. Victim Support is here to ensure that nobody faces the aftermath of crime, suicide or traumatic events alone. But we need you! Bring your unique life experiences to the table and join us in meaningful work that changes lives.

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There's strength in community, especially when times are hard. Victim Support is here to ensure that nobody faces the aftermath of crime, suicide or traumatic events alone. But we need you! Bring your unique life experiences to the table and join us in meaningful work that changes lives.

By volunteering with us, you can make a real difference, helping victims stay informed, safe, and empowered. Volunteer today and do good in the dark times.

With heartfelt thanks,
The Victim Support Team
Find out more

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8 days ago

🌏 Reuse, Recycle & Help Protect the Planet

JoineryRecycle.co.nz

💚 Here At Joinery Recycle We Reduce Building Waste Going Into Landfill. 🌏

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14 days ago

The Tova Show

Jen from Stuff

Hello! Are you a …
- A student/young professional renting
- A young family, renting or owning
- An older New Zealander/retiree/pensioner

We’re reaching out from the Tova show, the flagship weekly politics podcast on Stuff, as we prepare for our budget coverage and how it’s affecting … View more
Hello! Are you a …
- A student/young professional renting
- A young family, renting or owning
- An older New Zealander/retiree/pensioner

We’re reaching out from the Tova show, the flagship weekly politics podcast on Stuff, as we prepare for our budget coverage and how it’s affecting Kiwis - we’d love to hear from you.

We need a few people who are available the week before the budget (Wednesday 22nd/Thursday 23rd May) and on the day of the announcement (Thursday 30th May).

Please email tova@stuff.co.nz or comment below if you’d like to share your perspective with us. We give you our commitment to treat your experience with sensitivity and care.

Type NFP if you don't wish your comments to be used.

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