Nawton, Hamilton

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2 hours ago

Echuca Wharf and the Emmylou – Robert Ingpen watercolour

Cordwainer from Melville

1983 painting by Australia’s Robert Ingpen: Echuca Wharf and the Emmylou

Echuca Wharf is a historic timber wharf on the Murray River in Victoria and the Emmylou is the world's only wood-fired cruising paddlesteamer.

Quality rimu frame with glass, mat board and mounting board.

Reverse has … View more
1983 painting by Australia’s Robert Ingpen: Echuca Wharf and the Emmylou

Echuca Wharf is a historic timber wharf on the Murray River in Victoria and the Emmylou is the world's only wood-fired cruising paddlesteamer.

Quality rimu frame with glass, mat board and mounting board.

Reverse has hanging cord and framer docket.

Price: $40

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2 hours ago

ESCAPE canvas art print (80cm x 80cm)

Cordwainer from Melville

Stunning vivid stretch canvas "ESCAPE" art print

80cm x 80cm, 25cm thick canvas frame. Wire on the reverse, ready for hanging.

Pick-up is in Melville

Price: $30

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2 hours ago

Wooden-framed Vivian Flasch print

Cordwainer from Melville

Vintage Vivian Flasch framed print

78cm high

64cm wide

Glass-covered, wooden frame
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Vintage Vivian Flasch framed print

78cm high

64cm wide

Glass-covered, wooden frame

Excellent condition.

Pick-up is in Melville

Price: $30

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5 days ago

Accomodation for Field Days

Philippa from Saint Andrews

Room available for accomodation over field days.
Own bathroom
St Andrews location
Must be self reliant.
Ph 0274938753
$250 per night

5 days ago

SuperSeniors June

The Team from Office for Seniors

The latest edition of SuperSeniors is out now!

In this issue, we profile one of the unsung heroes of the Elder Abuse Response Service (EARS) and learn more about the help the service offers.

We also chat with Dr Doug Wilson, 2021 Senior New Zealander of the Year Te Mātāpuputu o te Tau, and … View more
The latest edition of SuperSeniors is out now!

In this issue, we profile one of the unsung heroes of the Elder Abuse Response Service (EARS) and learn more about the help the service offers.

We also chat with Dr Doug Wilson, 2021 Senior New Zealander of the Year Te Mātāpuputu o te Tau, and Andrea Gaskin, Director and Founder of charity organisation Connect the Dots, about how she’s making the art scene in Auckland accessible to seniors.

There’s advice on how to eat healthy, how to get tech savvy, and updated laws for renters and landlords.

Check it out and be sure to share!: bit.ly...

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4 days ago

WIN: tickets to French Film Festival Aotearoa

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

Do you like a bit of French cinema?

There will be 22 films to choose from at the 2021 French Film Festival Aotearoa which is coming to Hamilton's Lido Cinema from 24 June – 14 July.

Festival organisers have given us a double pass for a reader to win. Comment below with your favourite … View more
Do you like a bit of French cinema?

There will be 22 films to choose from at the 2021 French Film Festival Aotearoa which is coming to Hamilton's Lido Cinema from 24 June – 14 July.

Festival organisers have given us a double pass for a reader to win. Comment below with your favourite French phrase or the film you'd like to see, before 10am Friday.

We will select a winner and get in touch for address details to send the tickets to. Bonne chance!

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2 days ago

Make your own outdoor ottoman

The Team from Resene ColorShop Te Rapa

An old car tyre is unrecognisable after being upcycled into an outdoor ottoman, which is painted Resene Double Pravda. Find out how to create your own.

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3 days ago

Relaxed and modern countryside dining at Camarosa

Camarosa

Step away from the noise of the city and enjoy a relaxed lunch while overlooking picturesque strawberry fields at Camarosa Restaurant, Café and Bar. Located just a five-minute drive from the Hamilton CBD, a trip to Camarosa feels like you’re swapping the noise of the city for the beauty of the … View moreStep away from the noise of the city and enjoy a relaxed lunch while overlooking picturesque strawberry fields at Camarosa Restaurant, Café and Bar. Located just a five-minute drive from the Hamilton CBD, a trip to Camarosa feels like you’re swapping the noise of the city for the beauty of the countryside, without having to travel too far.

Set on Ruakura Berry Farm in Newstead and showcasing the bold and delectable flavours of the Waikato, Camarosa has become the destination eatery of choice for those who love good food, enjoyed in a great setting – with lashings of atmosphere.

We are a family owned and operated eatery and pride ourselves on using locally sourced produce with exceptional taste, complemented by an impeccable dining service. We specialise in showcasing the bold and delectable flavours of the Waikato region by using local produce in our kitchen.

Camarosa is located at 11 Davison Road, Newstead, Hamilton.
Call (07) 856 0279 email E: info@camarosa.co.nz or visit www.camarosa.co.nz
Opening hours:
Monday – Tuesday, 8am – 4pm Wednesday – Sunday 8am till late.
Find out more

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6 days ago

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Angela Quigan Reporter from Stuff

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4 days ago

What's On: Hamilton Collectables Market

Jennifer from Frankton

Every month there's new stalls and exciting treasures to be found. Enjoy refreshments from our onsite coffee cart and food trailer and live music from our buskers. Bring cash/reusable bags.
Hamilton Collectables Market
  • The Barn
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25 days ago

Hamilton City Council Cemetary Seven Sharp

Allan from Melville

Did any one see the story they did about a person complaining about the state of the cemetery and how he takes a lawnmower out and mows around his sons grave and that he done some others and got told off by ground staff and said he needed to get the deads relatives approval to do? what a cop out.
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Did any one see the story they did about a person complaining about the state of the cemetery and how he takes a lawnmower out and mows around his sons grave and that he done some others and got told off by ground staff and said he needed to get the deads relatives approval to do? what a cop out.
Also the interview of the council staff member did not catch her name think it may have been Michelle Rivers saying they got more compliments than complaints about the state of the cemetery and that they were intentionally letting the plaques get overgrown. Not a single person i have spoken to has a compliment about the state of the cemetery.
If like me you are one of the complainants email sevensharp@tvnz.co.nz and let them know.
Maybe this publicity is something that might get them to tidy up the plaques in the lawn cemetery.
Great on the person taking it to the media I made contact with fairgo but I only just heard back after about 6 months seeking more info guess it might be another 6 months before they come back again lol
Allan

4 days ago

This week's latest Blueprint

Hamilton Harcourts

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4 days ago

Upskilling or Training for new apprentices

Jeff from Saint Andrews

Just a bit of an idea about the type of work to apply for, this part of Seek shows the various pay differences to train for but personally I believe IT is far too over-rated as too many people doing it so the pay should drop a lot but I guess IT people lie to keep their high pay. Compare all these … View moreJust a bit of an idea about the type of work to apply for, this part of Seek shows the various pay differences to train for but personally I believe IT is far too over-rated as too many people doing it so the pay should drop a lot but I guess IT people lie to keep their high pay. Compare all these trades etc:

Role type
Average salary;

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
$67,500
Automotive Trades
$58,314
Building Trades
$54,878
Carpentry & Cabinet Making
$52,849
Cleaning Services
$49,444
Electricians
$65,842
Fitters, Turners & Machinists
$61,408
Gardening & Landscaping
$46,889
Hair & Beauty Services
$46,915
Labourers
$42,079
Maintenance & Handyperson Services
$50,604
Painters & Sign Writers
$46,481
Plumbers
$64,435
Security Services
$63,882
Technicians
$58,113
Welders & Boilermakers
$53,469


Most-needed jobs;

Current rank
Change sinceFeb

Nursing-All roles 1 +4
Administrative Assistants 2 -1
Warehousing, Storage & Distribution 3 0
Developers / Programmers 4 0
Retail Assistants 5 -3
Automotive Trades 6 +2
Sales Representatives / Consultants 7 0
Chefs / Cooks 8 -2
Labourers 9 +6
Business / Systems Analysts 10 -1
Building Trades 11 +7
Child Welfare, Youth & Family Services 12 +21
Psychology, Counselling / Social Work 13 +21
Civil / Structural Engineering 14 -2
Account & Relationship Management 15 -1
Customer Service - Call Centre 16 -6
Machine Operators 17 +8
Management - Store 18 -5
Government / council roles 19 +18
Technicians 20 +2


RANK:
INDUSTRY ROLE TYPE ANNUAL SALARY
SALARY GROWTH;
1 Information & Communication Technology Architects
$132,500 9%
2 Information & Communication Technology Management
$125,054 -3%
3 Mining, Resources & Energy Management
$124,062 10%
4 Engineering Management
$122,906 6%
5 Information & Communication Technology Consultants
$122,812 12%
6 Construction Contracts Management
$119,204 0%
7 Information & Communication Technology Product
Management & Development
$115,000 11%
8 Accounting Financial Managers & Controllers
$114,702 0%
9 Human Resources & Recruitment Management - Internal
$111,304 3%
10 Engineering Project Management
$110,833 1%
11 Marketing & Communications Management
$110,460 7%
12 Banking & Financial Services Account & Relationship Management
$109,354 7%
13 Information & Communication Technology Programme & Project Management
$108,823 1%
14 Construction Project Management
$108,425 2%
15 Engineering Project Engineering
$107,070 2%
16 Construction Management
$105,541 -2%
17 Banking & Financial Services Financial Planning
$104,500 6%
18 Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics Management
$102,558 5%
19 Engineering Water & Waste Engineering
$102,366 3%
20 Accounting Management
$101,333 -5%

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4 days ago

NZTA phishing

Chris from Burbush - Rotokauri

Thanks for the update I received one of these today.
Straight into spam folder

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4 days ago

Free cardboard boxes

Margaret from Burbush - Rotokauri

Bunch of free various size cardboard boxes for collection from Grantham St. Central City. Just moved house, & need to clear garage space. Only thing, must take all, not just 1 or 2.

Call Keith on 0274.999509

Free

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