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78 days ago

Sculpture

Haley from Kerikeri District

Female Figurine
This is an absolute eye catcher, in bold high gloss red. This lovely lady measures 345 x 600 x 510 and 6.5 kilos
If it's a statement piece you're after, this is it!
Delivery can be arranged to Kerikeri and surrounds by arrangement.
Still in the box, half the purchase … View more
Female Figurine
This is an absolute eye catcher, in bold high gloss red. This lovely lady measures 345 x 600 x 510 and 6.5 kilos
If it's a statement piece you're after, this is it!
Delivery can be arranged to Kerikeri and surrounds by arrangement.
Still in the box, half the purchase price.
Please "text", coverage is not always available and this will ensure I receive your message.

Price: $180

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78 days ago

Sculpture

Haley from Kerikeri District

Woman Figurine 740 x 340
Made from a form of resin, very heavy 13kgs. Looks convincingly like marble. Certainly won't be blowing away!
Not intended for outdoors, but I was going to get it coated in marine polyurethane, but just didn't get around to it.
It truely is gorgeous and quite the … View more
Woman Figurine 740 x 340
Made from a form of resin, very heavy 13kgs. Looks convincingly like marble. Certainly won't be blowing away!
Not intended for outdoors, but I was going to get it coated in marine polyurethane, but just didn't get around to it.
It truely is gorgeous and quite the statement.
Delivery can be arranged to Kerikeri and surrounds. This can be securely shipped at buyer's cost.
Still in its box, half the purchase price.
Please contact via "text", as I don't always have coverage and this will ensure I get your message.

Price: $180

78 days ago

MPI cocktail onion product recalled

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Delmaine Fine Foods Ltd has recalled a batch of its branded cocktail onions due to the possible presence of glass fragments.

The Ministry for Primary Industries has stated that there has been no reports of associated injury.

What you need to know:

- The product was sold at the following … View more
Delmaine Fine Foods Ltd has recalled a batch of its branded cocktail onions due to the possible presence of glass fragments.

The Ministry for Primary Industries has stated that there has been no reports of associated injury.

What you need to know:

- The product was sold at the following stores in Northland:
New World Kerikeri
New World Onerahi
Four Square Mangawhai

- The product was sold at the following stores in Auckland:
New World Albany
New World Browns Bay
New World Devonport
New World Green Bay
New World Hobsonville
New World Kumeu
New World Milford
New World Mt Roskill
New World New Lynn
New World Papakura
New World Pukekohe
New World Southmall
New World Waiuku
New World Warkworth
New World Whangaparaoa
Pak’n Save Albany
Pak’n Save Sylvia Park

Customers should return the product to their retailer for a full refund. Those with further questions are encouraged to contact Delmaine Fine Foods Ltd on 0800 33 56 24.

For more information about the recall, head through to the New Zealand Food Safety Website.

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79 days ago

Have you ever had a long wait for a coroner's report?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Grieving families are waiting up to five years to receive a coroner's report into how their loved one died - a delay that has been called a national scandal. New figures now show investigation times have ballooned and Northland is the worst impacted region. What do you think?
Have you ever … View more
Grieving families are waiting up to five years to receive a coroner's report into how their loved one died - a delay that has been called a national scandal. New figures now show investigation times have ballooned and Northland is the worst impacted region. What do you think?
Have you ever had a long wait?

80 days ago

Awanuiārangi Orientation Day 2021!

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Whangarei Campus Orientation

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi will be hosting an orientation day at our Whangarei Campus on Wednesday 24th February for our Te Tai Tokerau students.

This is an opportunity to visit our Northland campus, meet our staff and support services and your fellow … View more
Whangarei Campus Orientation

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi will be hosting an orientation day at our Whangarei Campus on Wednesday 24th February for our Te Tai Tokerau students.

This is an opportunity to visit our Northland campus, meet our staff and support services and your fellow students.

If you are still considering study options for 2021, we also welcome you to attend our orientation event.

Our campus is located at 12A Murdoch Crescent, Raumanga Heights, Whangarei. Nau mai, haere mai.

You can find out more about our programmes here.
Find out more

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80 days ago

Is alcohol costing you more than money?

Lois from Kaitaia

Weekly Allcoholics Anonymous meetings Tuesday evening 7pm mangonui St, Andrews Church Hall Colonel Mould Drive and Friday evening Community House Puckey Ave Kaitaia 7pm. Both meetings open. All welcome

85 days ago

NZ's friendliest regions and towns

Lorna Thornber Reporter from Stuff Travel

Hi there,
Canterbury has been named the fifth most welcoming region in the world in the Booking.com Traveller Review Awards, while Oamaru, Hokitika and Invercargill have been named the most welcoming towns in NZ. They were followed by Cambridge, Picton, Lake Tekapo, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, … View more
Hi there,
Canterbury has been named the fifth most welcoming region in the world in the Booking.com Traveller Review Awards, while Oamaru, Hokitika and Invercargill have been named the most welcoming towns in NZ. They were followed by Cambridge, Picton, Lake Tekapo, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, Paihia and Twizel.
We'd be really keen to hear your thoughts on this based on your own travels around New Zealand. Do you think Canterbury is NZ's most welcoming region? And are these our most welcoming towns?
Where in NZ have you been made to feel particularly welcome on your travels?
As usual, please put 'NFP' in your comment if you don't want it to be included in an article. Cheers.

81 days ago

💖 Love Where You Live - February 1st to 28th 💖

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Love is in the air this month! We’re not just talking about Valentine’s Day, we’re talking about this month’s national campaign.

Our theme for February is all about finding ways to show your home and community a little extra love and care. Whether it’s organising a street clean up, … View more
Love is in the air this month! We’re not just talking about Valentine’s Day, we’re talking about this month’s national campaign.

Our theme for February is all about finding ways to show your home and community a little extra love and care. Whether it’s organising a street clean up, helping a neighbour tidy up their property, collaborating on a mural, putting together a working bee, or installing a communal pātaka or library - there are countless ways to make our neighbourhoods more beautiful and enjoyable for everyone.

Share your tips, projects, photos and experiences with us by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us at:

info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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February 2021 National Campaign.pdf Download View

84 days ago

Linux Memorabilia

Martin from Kaitaia

So ancient that they are nearly unusable, but never been out of the box.
I have two CD versions of Linux:
SuSE 6.4 (Kernel 2.2.14) and
Mandrake 7.1 (Kernel 2.2.15)
Original packaging, would suit Collector.
Each box has some wear and tear, one is still sealed, and the other has one broken … View more
So ancient that they are nearly unusable, but never been out of the box.
I have two CD versions of Linux:
SuSE 6.4 (Kernel 2.2.14) and
Mandrake 7.1 (Kernel 2.2.15)
Original packaging, would suit Collector.
Each box has some wear and tear, one is still sealed, and the other has one broken security tape.
I bought them new but never found time to use either. Hoping to get $15 plus postage for the pair, I'm in Kaitaia.

Negotiable

84 days ago

Poll: Do you wash chicken before cooking?

New Zealand Food Safety

Washing chicken doesn’t remove bacteria, it just spreads it around. The best way to protect your whānau from getting sick is to wash your hands and kitchen tools after touching raw chicken, and make sure you cook chicken all the way through. Juices
should run clear and there shouldn’t be any … View more
Washing chicken doesn’t remove bacteria, it just spreads it around. The best way to protect your whānau from getting sick is to wash your hands and kitchen tools after touching raw chicken, and make sure you cook chicken all the way through. Juices
should run clear and there shouldn’t be any pink meat in the centre.

Remember to Clean Cook Chill and check our easy food safety tips here.

The team at New Zealand Food Safety.
Find out more

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Do you wash chicken before cooking?
  • 36% Yes I thought washing cleans it
    36% Complete
  • 64% No Chicken shouldn’t be washed
    64% Complete
125 votes
85 days ago

We Say, You Say: Peanut farms

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hi neighbours,

What do you think about Pic's peanut growing trial in Northland?

Northland is now home to a peanut growing initiative worth $91K in a partnership between Pic's Peanut Butter and the Ministry for Primary Industries.

The project started in October on three Northland … View more
Hi neighbours,

What do you think about Pic's peanut growing trial in Northland?

Northland is now home to a peanut growing initiative worth $91K in a partnership between Pic's Peanut Butter and the Ministry for Primary Industries.

The project started in October on three Northland kūmara farms, with the peanuts ready for harvest in the next 16 weeks. Founder of Pic's Peanut Butter Pic Picot says that he hopes to make their product 100 per cent New Zealand-made if the trial proves successful.

MPI investment programmes director Steve Peno said that a plan to expand into a full-scale production would boost the local economy and create job opportunities for the region.

"This project fits perfectly with our goal of funding projects that will make a positive and lasting difference," says Penno.

Share your thoughts below and don't forget to type NFP if you don't want your comments used in your local community paper.
Read more

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87 days ago

Is your shed the best in New Zealand?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

There's still time to enter The Resene Shed of the Year 2021. The winner receives $3000 worth of gardening gear and the runner-up receives $1075 worth of prizes.

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88 days ago

Don’t miss Tutus on Tour!

The Royal New Zealand Ballet

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to Kerikeri's Turner Centre in 2021.

See the dancers perform their favourite works, tailor-made for intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Tutus on Tour is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national… View more
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to Kerikeri's Turner Centre in 2021.

See the dancers perform their favourite works, tailor-made for intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Tutus on Tour is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national ballet company. With one show only on March 4th and tickets priced at just $27-$37 for adults ($12-$22 children) this is guaranteed to sell fast.
Book now!

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88 days ago

Corner Office Desks

Michelle from Kerikeri District

We have 3 corner office desks for sale in our office in Kerikeri. Viewing welcome. Prices start approx $250. All in good condition and no longer required. Call Michelle on 027 767 1284.

Negotiable

88 days ago

Ministry of Health releases locations where positive case visited

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

UPDATE
1:28pm January 25

In a joint statement, the Northland and Auckland metropolitan DHBs have opened an additional two pop-up testing centres in Helensville and Mangawhai. The locations for these two testing centres are below:

- MANGAWHAI COMMUNITY TESTING CENTRE
Mangawhai Domain, 75 … View more
UPDATE
1:28pm January 25

In a joint statement, the Northland and Auckland metropolitan DHBs have opened an additional two pop-up testing centres in Helensville and Mangawhai. The locations for these two testing centres are below:

- MANGAWHAI COMMUNITY TESTING CENTRE
Mangawhai Domain, 75 Moir Street, Mangawhai

- HELENSVILLE COMMUNITY TESTING CENTRE
Te Whare Oranga ō Parakai, 11 Parakai Ave, Parakai
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The Ministry of Health is asking people to trace their movements as a positive case has been confirmed to have visited 29 locations across Northland and part of the Auckland region.

All of the case's known close contacts have tested negative for Covid-19 and the risk of exposure has been described as "low" by health officials.

If any member of the public has visited any of the locations listed by the Ministry, they must self-isolate and contact Healthline to get a Covid-19 test.

The list of locations are as follows:

- FreshChoice Ruakaka, Shop 24 Ruakaka Town Centre, 378 Marsden PT Road Ruakaka. 14 January, 3:03 pm - 4:33 pm.

- Aesthetic Clothing Store, 4 Port Road. 15 January, 8:48 am - 9:53 am.

- Noel Leeming Whangarei, 4 Port Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 9:02 am - 10:12 am.

- Bendon Whangarei, Shop 12, Okara Shopping Centre, 4 Port Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 9:03 am - 10:30 am.

- The Warehouse Whangarei, 42 Port Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 9:28 am - 10:58 am.

- Carpet Court Whangarei, 26 Commerce Street, Whangarei. 15 January, 10:00 am - 11:20 am.

- Flaming Fires, 26 Commerce Street. 15 January, 10:24 am - 11:34 am.

- Whangarei and Kamo Testing Stations, 15 Railway Road and 23 Clark Road. 15 January, 10:40 am - 11:45 am.

- Bed Bath and Beyond Whangarei, 19 Lower Tarewa Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 10:54 am - 12:04 pm.

- Farmers Whangarei, Cnr Bank & Robert Street, Whangarei. 15 January, 11:10 am - 12:15 pm.

- Fat Camel Cafe, 12 Quality Street. 15 January, 11:34 am - 1:34 pm.

- Parua Bay Tavern, 1034 Whangarei Head Road, Parua Bay. 15 January 3:20 pm - 5:20 pm.

- Bream Bay Butchers Ruakaka, 2/378 Marsden Point Road. 16 January, 11:02 am - 12:07 pm.

- Ruakaka General Store, 1/378 Marsden Point Road. 16 January, 11:08 am - 12:10 pm.

- FreshChoice Ruakaka, Shop 24 Ruakaka Town Centre, 378 Marsden PT Road, Ruakaka. 16 January, 11:10 am - 12:15 pm.

- Urban Remedy Cafe, 159 One Tree Point Road. 17 January, 8:17 am - 9:47 am.

- Joseph Taylor Homewares, 126 Mangawhai Heads Road, Mangawhai Heads. 17 January, 2:08 pm - 3:18 pm.

- Eutopia Cafe, 1955 State Highway 1. 18 January, 8:55 am - 10:55 am.

- Maungaturoto 2nd hand shop, 30 Hurndall Street East. 18 January, 10:06 am - 11:36 am.

- Maungaturoto Four Square, 163 Hurndall Street West. 18 January, 10:44 am - 11:49 am.

- White Rock Gallery, 5 Church Road. 18 January, 11:15 am - 12:24 pm.

- The Kauri Museum, 5 Church Road, RD 1. 18 January, 11:21 am - 3:21 pm.

- Gumdiggers Cafe Matakohe, 11 Church Road, RD 1, Matakohe. 18 January 12:39 pm - 2:39 pm.

- The Dune Restaurant & Bar, 40 Moir Street. 18 January, 4:47 pm - 7:17 pm.

- Kaipara Coast Plant Centre & Sculpture Gardens, 1481 Kaipara Coast Highway. 19 January, 11:04 am - 1:04 pm.

- The Ville Turkish Cafe, 25 Commercial Road, Helensville. 19 January, 1:08 pm - 2:38 pm.

- Countdown Helensville, 43 Commercial Road, Helensville. 19 January, 1:46 pm - 3:01 pm.

- Super Liquor Helensville, 26 Commercial Road, Helensville. 19 January, 2:03 pm - 3:08 pm.

- South Head General Store, 3260A South Head Road, RD 1. 19 January, 2:44 pm - 3:49 pm.

- Macnut Cafe, 914 South Head Road, Helensville. 21 January, 10:20 am - 11:50 am.

- Orrs Unichem Pharmacy Ruakaka, Marsden Point Rd, Town Centre. 22 January, 11:21 am - 12:26 pm.

Neighbourly will update this message as further information comes to hand.

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