59 days ago


Steve King from Rocky Nook Bowls Club

Audio Jacks- top Auckland DJs augmenting the ever popular barefoot bowling at the iconic Rocky Nook Bowling Club. This month featuring a DJ set from the legendary Andrew Spraggon aka Sola Rosa.

$20 pp* gets you a relaxed, outdoor Friday evening social where you can join your mates or make some new ones, over great music and lawn bowls in the gorgeous environs of Fowlds Park, Mt Albert.
All bowls equipment provided.

You can also enjoy a meal from Phil's 'Kitchen' (yes, that Phil) and few wines and local and Irish ales- at sports club prices- from the Auckland Irish Club Bar & Kitchen.

5 minutes’ walk from Morningside Station- leave the car behind- this is a kid-friendly event and free for under 12's and RNB members.
The main requirement is that any bowlers wear flat soled shoes to protect the greens and tthere is no smoking or drinking or under 13's on the greens.

Drinking on the surrounds of the green is fine- especially if it’s our exclusive Jack Attack Pilsner from Urbanaut Brewing or pint of tap Guinness.

*$10 for Auckland Irish Club or affiliated Bowls NZ club members
And members and their guests will want to be on site from 6.30 to take part in the gold coin, winner takes all Corner2Corner amd $150 member cash draw!

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10 hours ago

Lest we forget...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

On this ANZAC Day, let's take a moment to remember and honor the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve our country.

Tell us who are you honouring today. Whether it's a story from the battlefield or a memory of a family member who fought in the war, we'd love you to share your stories below.

13 hours ago

What's On: Central Table Tennis Club

Shane from Epsom

Table tennis club meets every Monday night from 7-10pm. All welcome. $14 per player per night. For more information contact Ebi ph. (021) 083 09994.
Central Table Tennis Club
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3 days ago

Poll: Does the building consent process need to change?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

We definitely need homes that are fit to live in but there are often frustrations when it comes to getting consent to modify your own home.
Do you think changes need made to the current process for building consent? Share your thoughts below.

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Does the building consent process need to change?
  • 91.5% Yes
    91.5% Complete
  • 8.2% No
    8.2% Complete
  • 0.4% Other - I'll share below!
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1042 votes