Point England, Auckland

The Great Neighbourly Garage Sale

The Great Neighbourly Garage Sale

Tomorrow! Sell your unwanted goods in our garage sale. List your items on Neighbourly Market now!

44 minutes ago

Women's Sneaker boots.

Edit Dora from Pakuranga

New women's leather boots by Pulp.Size 8.

Price: $40

10 hours ago

Swap food for a FREE Resene testpot!

Resene

Hunger for Colour is back for 2024! Bring two cans of food into your local Resene ColorShop and swap them for one Resene testpot (60-80ml). Resene will donate all food to The Salvation Army foodbanks.

We accept all cans of food in good condition and suitable for humans to eat. If you prefer to … View more
Hunger for Colour is back for 2024! Bring two cans of food into your local Resene ColorShop and swap them for one Resene testpot (60-80ml). Resene will donate all food to The Salvation Army foodbanks.

We accept all cans of food in good condition and suitable for humans to eat. If you prefer to bring in canned pet food, we can accept that also and will donate it to the SPCA and local community animal shelters.

By adding a little more colour to your life you can also help those in need.
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1 hour ago

Women's shoes

Edit Dora from Pakuranga

Brand new women's leather shoes.Size 8.Made in Italy.

Price: $50

17 hours ago

St Andrew’s Village Market Day, March 2nd

St. Andrew's Village

Join us next Saturday, March 2nd, for St. Andrew's Village Autumn Market Day, starting at 10 a.m.

Discover a delightful array of offerings, including crafts, beauty products, clothing, and exquisite jewellery. As you explore the stalls, savour delectable food and refreshing beverages, all … View more
Join us next Saturday, March 2nd, for St. Andrew's Village Autumn Market Day, starting at 10 a.m.

Discover a delightful array of offerings, including crafts, beauty products, clothing, and exquisite jewellery. As you explore the stalls, savour delectable food and refreshing beverages, all while being serenaded by local musicians.

It's a perfect day to indulge in shopping, culinary delights, and live music at our Market Day at 207 Riddell Road, Glendowie
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5 hours ago

Will you be heading to the 2024 Hamilton Arts Festival?

Libby Totton Reporter from Waikato Times

Although the beloved Founders Theatre is coming down this year, the Hamilton arts scene is still kicking, and the 2024 Hamilton Arts Festival, which launches today, is here to prove it.

With record ticket sales, multiple sold-out shows, and 30% of ticket sales coming from outside the Waikato … View more
Although the beloved Founders Theatre is coming down this year, the Hamilton arts scene is still kicking, and the 2024 Hamilton Arts Festival, which launches today, is here to prove it.

With record ticket sales, multiple sold-out shows, and 30% of ticket sales coming from outside the Waikato region, this year’s festival looks set to give Hamilton a refreshed reputation for vibrant and show-stopping entertainment.

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4 hours ago

Think you could ever swim Cook Strait?

Libby Totton Reporter from South Waikato News

Former Tok man David Edgar - now an army major with a PhD in sleep recently swum Cook Strait to raise money for children with dyslexia.

He said the money raised would be split between Marlborough Boys’ College in Blenheim and his old school, Tokoroa High School.

“Chhee Whhoo ToksHard!” … View more
Former Tok man David Edgar - now an army major with a PhD in sleep recently swum Cook Strait to raise money for children with dyslexia.

He said the money raised would be split between Marlborough Boys’ College in Blenheim and his old school, Tokoroa High School.

“Chhee Whhoo ToksHard!” he said on the Givealittle page.

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4 hours ago

Canterbury’s ‘neglected’ coastline needs greater protection – conservationists

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from Northern Outlook

By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Conservationists say Canterbury’s coastline has been neglected for too long and it's time for a "complete overhaul" of the regional council's plan to protect the marine environment.

Te Korowai o Te Tai ō Marokura, an organisation … View more
By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Conservationists say Canterbury’s coastline has been neglected for too long and it's time for a "complete overhaul" of the regional council's plan to protect the marine environment.

Te Korowai o Te Tai ō Marokura, an organisation that protects Kaikōura’s marine environment and fisheries, has been advocating for an updated environmental plan for some time.

Secretary Gina Solomon said the council’s focus on freshwater has seen it ‘‘neglect’’ the marine environment.

‘‘It needs a complete overhaul and I don’t think Canterbury is doing much in the biosecurity or invasive species space.’’

Her comments come after Environment Canterbury voted last week to look into what was needed to review the Canterbury Regional Coastal Environment Plan.

The plan was adopted in 2005 and aims to promote the sustainable management of the Canterbury coast.

Councillor Genevieve Robinson, who put forward the motion to review the plan, said it no longer reflected the direction or intent of the New Zealand Coastal Policy Statement, which guides local authorities on managing the coastal environment.

Kaikōura Zone Committee chairperson Ted Howard, a conservationist with 30 years experience in commercial fishing, said a review was long overdue.

‘‘It has been on and off the books for a while and it has been delayed three times since I’ve been involved.’’

Greenpeace Aotearoa oceans campaigner Ellie Hooper said regional coastal plans played an important part in protecting the health of ocean systems.

New Zealand’s coastlines faced risks from pollution, sedimentation and ‘‘destructive fishing’’.

‘‘In New Zealand and around the world, we are in an ocean crisis with species being pushed to the brink due to human activities.’’

Polling by Greenpeace showed New Zealanders were concerned about the impacts fishing on the ocean.

She said commercial fishing was endangering Hector’s dolphins, seabirds, fur seals and corals.

‘‘You’ve got the direct impacts of fishing, things that are caught in the process that aren’t the target, and then you’ve got the impacts of commercial fishing taking so much fish out of the water that creatures like fur seals are unable to feed themselves.

‘‘It is abhorrent.’’

Department of Conservation (DOC) marine species manager Malene Felsing said regional coastal plans are important tools for managing the coastal and marine environment, and DOC would be happy to help with any review process.

DOC has created a management plan to reduce the threats to Hector’s and Māui dolphins.

Fisheries New Zealand fisheries management director Emma Taylor said marine mammals and seabirds were ‘‘precious taonga to New Zealand’’.

The agency worked closely with local councils, DOC, the fishing industry, iwi, and local communities to look after the country’s coastlines.

The South Island Hector’s Dolphin Bycatch Reduction Plan has been developed and outlines regulatory and voluntary measures designed to reduce the Hectors’ dolphin bycatch towards zero.

Measures include restrictions on fishing, with about 17,650sqkm of South Island coastline closed to set netting.

About 6988sqkm of trawl measures are also in place, Taylor said.
‘‘This includes the Canterbury coastline, which has a set-netting ban out to at least four nautical miles, and up to 19 nautical miles at Pegasus Bay.’’

Robinson’s motion called for the ban to be extended to six nautical miles, or just over 11km from the coastline.

■ LDR is local body journalism co-funded by RNZ and NZ On Air.

5 hours ago

What do you want for the Tūroa ski field?

Libby Totton Reporter from Taupō Times

Support for a private company to take over operations at Tūroa ski field seems substantial, but detractors say much of that support lacks substance and local iwi have not been properly consulted.

In December, the Waikato Times reported that … View more
Support for a private company to take over operations at Tūroa ski field seems substantial, but detractors say much of that support lacks substance and local iwi have not been properly consulted.

In December, the Waikato Times reported that Pure Tūroa Ltd (PTL) had applied to take over the concession to run Tūroa ski field and was planning to invest more than $30 million into the site, reduce the size of the operation, and limit visitor numbers.

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5 hours ago

Ever had a tree dispute with a neighbour?

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

It’s a tale as old as time; a tree on a property boundary, and two neighbours who can’t agree about whether to cut it down.

Vicky and Ian Vercoe’s ongoing dispute with their neighbour about her palm trees has come to a head, but there’s really not much they can do about it.

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5 hours ago

Serious crash on SH2 near Waihī

Libby Totton Reporter from Hauraki Herald

Two people have been injured in a crash in the Hauraki District, and part of the road is closed.

The two-vehicle crash on SH2, near George Street in Waihī, happened about 10.45am on Friday.

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1 day ago

Relay For Life March 23rd-24th 2024

Cancer Society

Be part of a Remarkable event, Relay For Life Wellington is back at Trentham Racecourse Saturday 23rd – Sunday 24th March.

Relay For Life - Te Ara Toiora is an inspiring community event that gives everyone a chance to whakanui (celebrate) people who have or have had cancer and the people who … View more
Be part of a Remarkable event, Relay For Life Wellington is back at Trentham Racecourse Saturday 23rd – Sunday 24th March.

Relay For Life - Te Ara Toiora is an inspiring community event that gives everyone a chance to whakanui (celebrate) people who have or have had cancer and the people who care for them; maumaharatia (remember) loved ones lost to cancer; and tū atu (fight back) by raising awareness and funds for the Cancer Society.
Register Now

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1 hour ago

Women's Adidas

Edit Dora from Pakuranga

Brand new Adidas,size 41 US.

Price: $60

1 day ago

The Christchurch Art Show is back!

The Christchurch Art Show

The Christchurch Art Show is back at Te Pae Convention Centre March 8 – 10!

Expect amazing artwork of all types, artist demonstrations, and award- winning artists at New Zealand’s largest art show. The Christchurch Art Show’s new VIP Preview event opens 8 March 5pm, the ever-popular … View more
The Christchurch Art Show is back at Te Pae Convention Centre March 8 – 10!

Expect amazing artwork of all types, artist demonstrations, and award- winning artists at New Zealand’s largest art show. The Christchurch Art Show’s new VIP Preview event opens 8 March 5pm, the ever-popular opening night follows this at 7:30pm. Both are pre- sale catered events and opening night will sell out!

Show Days are: Sat 9th March 10am-8pm and Sun 10th March 10am - 5pm.

Come and view thousands of original quality artworks, meet the artists and view live art demonstrations. Make it a day out and enjoy The Christchurch Art Show!

Buy Christchurch Tickets (New) – ART SHOW TICKETING
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1 hour ago

NEW ZEALAND FRIDGE MAGNETS

Johann from St Heliers

NEW
6 NZ FRIDGE MAGNETS

Price: $10

1 day ago

Papakōwhai Rd traffic management and detours

Porirua City Council

Construction of the new Papakōwhai Rd shared path is underway with traffic management and detours in place. Please use alternative routes and expect delays.

Work will generally take place between 7am – 6pm weekdays, with some weekend and night work possible and is expected to be completed by … View more
Construction of the new Papakōwhai Rd shared path is underway with traffic management and detours in place. Please use alternative routes and expect delays.

Work will generally take place between 7am – 6pm weekdays, with some weekend and night work possible and is expected to be completed by this winter.

What to expect on Papakōwhai Rd:
• The northbound lane will remain open during most of the work (apart from the occasional night-time detour)
• The southbound lane will be detoured around adjacent roads during some phases of construction.

Other traffic management measures in place include speed restrictions, removal of on-street parking, stop/go and narrowed road widths.

This pathway is 100% funded by the Government’s Transport Choices Programme led by Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency.
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1 hour ago

Bulk Size 8 Boys Clothing

Claire from Meadowbank

Size 8 boys clothing including shorts, trousers, tshirts, shirt, jumpers, PJs, hat, merino socks, and onesie.

$10 ONO for the lot. Priority given to early collection.

Price: $10

1 day ago

The Building Guys

The Team from The Building Guys

Call us today! If you’re looking for a friendly family run business with over 35 years renovation experience then choose us.

We are based in East Auckland and have a team of good qualified people – Jade (the builder), Kelvin (the plumber), Chevi (the electrician) and Russell (the tiler) to … View more
Call us today! If you’re looking for a friendly family run business with over 35 years renovation experience then choose us.

We are based in East Auckland and have a team of good qualified people – Jade (the builder), Kelvin (the plumber), Chevi (the electrician) and Russell (the tiler) to do every job right. Our team follows industry guidelines on coronavirus safety procedures to keep your family protected.

Book online using the link below or call Lucy on 021 022 55 388 for a chat about your amazing renovation plans.

Be safe!
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1 hour ago

Bulk Size 7 Boys Clothing

Claire from Meadowbank

Size 7 boys clothing including trousers, shorts, tshirts, shirt, hats, jumpers, PJs and an All Blacks onesie.

$10 ONO for the lot. Priority given to early collection.

Price: $10

1 day ago

Haven Falls Funeral Home Ki Rotorua

Haven Falls

Haven Falls are very blessed to be opening their new branch in Rotorua.

Located at 271 Old Taupo Road, Rotorua these facilities offer a large chapel, dining hall and extended off road parking.

We invite you at anytime to pop in and speak with one of our team members and have a look around … View more
Haven Falls are very blessed to be opening their new branch in Rotorua.

Located at 271 Old Taupo Road, Rotorua these facilities offer a large chapel, dining hall and extended off road parking.

We invite you at anytime to pop in and speak with one of our team members and have a look around the facilities offered.

We operate 24 hours 7 days a week.
0800 428366
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1 hour ago

Size 6 Boys Clothing

Claire from Meadowbank

Size 6 boys clothing including shorts, board shorts, tshirts, jumpers, hat and socks.

$7 ONO for the lot. Priority given to early collection.

Price: $7

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1 day ago

Cash for your wrecked and water damaged car!

AAA Auto Parts

Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day … View more
Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day removal
* Free quotes over the phone

We will beat any prices in the market by 10%.

Support your local business.
Give us a call on ** 0800 50 00 01 ** and we will be happy to have a chat.
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2 hours ago

Renovation

Leigh from Glendowie

Does anyone know of a small builder available for a Reno in Glendowie? Needed straight away.
Thanks

1 day ago

Tried the West’s new bus services yet?

Auckland Transport

"West and Northwest Auckland’s new bus network is easier, more frequent and better connected.

You can cruise to town on the WX1, running every 10 mins from 7am-7pm, and every 15 mins till midnight, 7 days a week. Or catch the mighty bus route 13 running between Te Atatū & Henderson … View more
"West and Northwest Auckland’s new bus network is easier, more frequent and better connected.

You can cruise to town on the WX1, running every 10 mins from 7am-7pm, and every 15 mins till midnight, 7 days a week. Or catch the mighty bus route 13 running between Te Atatū & Henderson every 8-15 mins throughout the day. With more services, stops & connections, now it’s easy to get around the West by bus.

So go on Westies, give your buses a go. Find your bus with the AT Journey Planner or on the AT Mobile app.

Catch you soon
Your West buses"
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2 hours ago

Size 5 Boys Clothing

Claire from Meadowbank

Size 5 boys clothing including shorts, board shorts, tshirt, PJs, hat, swim hats, cycling gloves and mask.

Technically the second board shorts from the left are a size 2, but they’re larger than the other pairs which are size 5 so….

$5 ONO for the lot. Priority given to early collection.

Price: $5

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3 days ago

Win this brand-new home!

Heart Foundation Lotteries

For only $15 a ticket, you could be in to win this brand-new, fully furnished Jennian home in Pegasus, Christchurch worth almost $1 million.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, this home is waiting for its new owner.

Make this property … View more
For only $15 a ticket, you could be in to win this brand-new, fully furnished Jennian home in Pegasus, Christchurch worth almost $1 million.

Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining area, this home is waiting for its new owner.

Make this property your permanent residence, a holiday home, rent it or even sell it!

Don’t miss out! Get your tickets today at heartlottery.org.nz.
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2 hours ago

Chilly Bins / Ice Boxes / Fish Boxes with Lids

The Team from Kohimarama Bowling Club

Polystyrene cooler boxes. Ideal for protecting temperature-sensitive items during travel/moving or heading out to bach. 9 for collection, Kohimarama. contact letsplay@kohibowls.org
RE-PURPOSE OR RE-USE
Bringing on seeds – put seedlings in a pot inside and put a sheet of glass on top, … View more
Polystyrene cooler boxes. Ideal for protecting temperature-sensitive items during travel/moving or heading out to bach. 9 for collection, Kohimarama. contact letsplay@kohibowls.org
RE-PURPOSE OR RE-USE
Bringing on seeds – put seedlings in a pot inside and put a sheet of glass on top, creating a ready-made glass house that never loses its stable temperature.
Planters for the garden.
A window box that keeps plants warm through winter, so you can have vegetables all year.
Bringing on leeks and carrots. If they are planted in deep soil in the box, they will grow straight and tall, looking for the sunlight.
A good selection of mixed herbs will fit in one box. Grow on a kitchen window, you need never miss out on fresh herbs
Grow mushrooms in the box (mushroom-growing kits are easily found online).
Use a box to bring chilled and frozen food back from the shops.
Take on a picnic to keep food at the right temperature (cold or hot).
Take cold or hot meals to relatives.
Store kids’ toys, e.g. building bricks, without all the clattering noise of getting them out of a plastic box.
Use as packing boxes for small special valuables when you move house.
Store dry pet food in them – with the lid on, the smell won’t get out.
Use in a car to store used nappies on a journey, until you can dispose of them properly (the boxes are smell-proof as well as heat-proof).

Free

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3 days ago

Don't forget to nominate your favourite local...

Prospa

There have been hundreds of wonderful entries in this year's Prospa Local Business Hero from across the country! If you haven't nominated a special local business yet, do it today.

- Got a great mechanic? Nominate them today.
- A barista who makes you smile? Nominate them today.
- … View more
There have been hundreds of wonderful entries in this year's Prospa Local Business Hero from across the country! If you haven't nominated a special local business yet, do it today.

- Got a great mechanic? Nominate them today.
- A barista who makes you smile? Nominate them today.
- A reassuring pharmacy team? Nominate them today.

Make a small business' day today by nominating them as your Prospa Local Business Hero - and you could make their whole year (our national winner picks up an incredible $10,000 prize package!)
Nominate now

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2 hours ago

Bulk Boys Size 3 Clothing

Claire from Meadowbank

Bulk boys clothing as per pictures in size 3.

PJs, crocodile slippers, dressing gown, short and long sleeved tshirts, and trousers.

Bottom pair of trousers are lined and very warm. Bottom 4 tshirts have long sleeves, top 4 are short sleeved.

$15 ONO. Priority given for early collection.

Price: $15

4 days ago

Join Our Information Day

Matamata Country Club

Experience an unsurpassed level of luxury in the Waikato at our Information Day, Friday 25 February at 10am.

Discover what makes Sanderson Group retirement villages the most sought after in New Zealand by exploring our nearly completed Tamahere Country Club at 46 Tamahere Drive, Hamilton.

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Experience an unsurpassed level of luxury in the Waikato at our Information Day, Friday 25 February at 10am.

Discover what makes Sanderson Group retirement villages the most sought after in New Zealand by exploring our nearly completed Tamahere Country Club at 46 Tamahere Drive, Hamilton.

Enjoy morning tea while you explore our five-star facilites and luxurious showhome, meet our team and learn about the vision for Matamata Country Club.

Your new chapter awaits - visit our website for further information, or RSVP to our Sales Manager, Sandy on sales@matamatacountryclub.co.nz or call 027 301 3126.
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5 days ago

Share your surprising finds with us...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

You've likely heard about the shoppers encountering those cheeky rodents in our local supermarkets around the country. Have you yourself stumbled across something unexpected while shopping?

Type 'Not For Print' if you wish your comments to be excluded from the Conversations column… View more
You've likely heard about the shoppers encountering those cheeky rodents in our local supermarkets around the country. Have you yourself stumbled across something unexpected while shopping?

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

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4 days ago

Time for a New Years Gift!

Pragma Homes

Spoil yourself and your family this year with a property

Is there any gift greater than owning a brand new home? Pragma Homes offers a variety of completed and soon to be completed properties in the very popular Rototuna North in Hamilton.

Visit our website, or even better, make an … View more
Spoil yourself and your family this year with a property

Is there any gift greater than owning a brand new home? Pragma Homes offers a variety of completed and soon to be completed properties in the very popular Rototuna North in Hamilton.

Visit our website, or even better, make an appointment with our sales team (0800 772 462), to visit our stunning new development on Scenic Rise, Rototuna North.
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8 hours ago

It's MM Linens 10th Anniversary!!!

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Hey Neighbours,

MM Linen have just dropped their 2024 Autumn/Winter collection whilst celebrating their 10th anniversary.

The collection is inspired by bright floral and dramatic botanicals and come in homeware and bedding.

(Our favourite is the Heidi which comes in duvet covers, aprons … View more
Hey Neighbours,

MM Linen have just dropped their 2024 Autumn/Winter collection whilst celebrating their 10th anniversary.

The collection is inspired by bright floral and dramatic botanicals and come in homeware and bedding.

(Our favourite is the Heidi which comes in duvet covers, aprons and kitchen tea towels).

4 days ago

Garden villas available now

Rosehill Gardens

Your haven in the heart of Avondale. Rosehill Gardens Lifestyle and Retirement Village is meticulously designed to cater to the needs of independent retirees seeking community engagement, security and social connections.

With its exquisitely maintained gardens and lush greenery, Rosehill … View more
Your haven in the heart of Avondale. Rosehill Gardens Lifestyle and Retirement Village is meticulously designed to cater to the needs of independent retirees seeking community engagement, security and social connections.

With its exquisitely maintained gardens and lush greenery, Rosehill Village offers a welcoming ambiance that feels like home. Call Lisa on 027 273 5197 or email village@rosehillgardens.co.nz for a viewing at 23 Elm Street, Avondale.
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4 days ago

Bringing the 'Heart' back into Manukau.

Manukau Heart of the South

The Manukau Business Association has a vision to bring the ‘heart’ back into Manukau.

They have recently launched the new, modern brand and image for Manukau. The colours represent the cultural diversity of Manukau, and the shape of the waka is a reflection of its whakapapa.

There are… View more
The Manukau Business Association has a vision to bring the ‘heart’ back into Manukau.

They have recently launched the new, modern brand and image for Manukau. The colours represent the cultural diversity of Manukau, and the shape of the waka is a reflection of its whakapapa.

There are plans for entry point signage, murals, service box beautifications and much, much more. Manukau is fast becoming a vibrant, warm and attractive destination that the community can be proud of.
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1 day ago

What's On: Eastern Table Tennis Club

Shane from Epsom

Table tennis club meets every Monday night at 7.30p.m. All welcome. Annual Adult Subscription FREE. School children FREE. For more information contact Bob ph. (021) 619 619.
Eastern Table Tennis Club
  • St. Thomas' School Hall
5 days ago

$15,000 to welcome you home...

The Team from Ryman Healthcare

It could be our wonderful staff. Our vibrant communities. Our amazing amenities. Or just the peace of mind that our guaranteed fixed base weekly fee* brings. There are so many reasons to choose the Ryman lifestyle. We’d love to add one more reason to your list - $15,000 back for a limited time*.
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It could be our wonderful staff. Our vibrant communities. Our amazing amenities. Or just the peace of mind that our guaranteed fixed base weekly fee* brings. There are so many reasons to choose the Ryman lifestyle. We’d love to add one more reason to your list - $15,000 back for a limited time*.

If you sign up to one of our new home offers, you’ll get a $15,000 credit on settlement*.

There’s truly never been a better time to choose Ryman.

*Terms and conditions apply.
Explore our villages now

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6 days ago

Meatstock is back!

Meatstock NZ

If an offset smoker and an electric guitar had a baby, it would be Meatstock.

It's a sensory explosion that combines the best live fire barbecue experts and pitmasters in the country with an epic lineup of live music, entertainment, and competitions.

Barbecue, Bands and Bedlam.

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If an offset smoker and an electric guitar had a baby, it would be Meatstock.

It's a sensory explosion that combines the best live fire barbecue experts and pitmasters in the country with an epic lineup of live music, entertainment, and competitions.

Barbecue, Bands and Bedlam.

24-25th February - Mystery Creek,Hamilton.
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