Nelson South, Nelson

21 days ago

Mental Health + Well-Being - September 1st to 30th 😌

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Did you know 1 in 4 New Zealand adults will suffer from a mental disorder or distress at some point in their lives? When they do, let’s make sure they don’t have to go it alone. To create safer, more caring communities we need to not only look after ourselves but those around us as well.

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Did you know 1 in 4 New Zealand adults will suffer from a mental disorder or distress at some point in their lives? When they do, let’s make sure they don’t have to go it alone. To create safer, more caring communities we need to not only look after ourselves but those around us as well.

For the month of September, we want to come together to share ways to boost mental health and well-being. For example, you could host an online catch up or quiz, call a neighbour who lives alone, challenge your family and friends to try a new hobby or move your body more to improve your own well-being. If you or someone you know is going through a rough patch, don’t forget you can call or text 1737 anytime for free support from a trained counsellor.

Want to share your thoughts? Let us know how you’re looking out for your well-being and helping others with theirs this month by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us your photos, videos, or experiences to: info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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21 days ago

Calling all Small Businesses!

Neighbourly

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Usually $149+GST, Neighbourly Premium enables you to grow a strong presence in your local community. Find friendly neighbours who need your services, showcase what makes … View more
Hungry for local customers? Grow your Business with Neighbourly and grab a 3 month Premium Business listing for only $79+GST*

Usually $149+GST, Neighbourly Premium enables you to grow a strong presence in your local community. Find friendly neighbours who need your services, showcase what makes you stand out from the rest and connect with people who want to ‘shop local’.

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21 days ago

Operating update

Resene ColorShop

We are delighted that we can once again supply paint and decorating accessories to you from Resene ColorShops.

For those in Level 3 areas, you can order online at shop.resene.co.nz, or call or email your local Resene ColorShop. See www.resene.co.nz/colorshops for your local Resene ColorShop … View more
We are delighted that we can once again supply paint and decorating accessories to you from Resene ColorShops.

For those in Level 3 areas, you can order online at shop.resene.co.nz, or call or email your local Resene ColorShop. See www.resene.co.nz/colorshops for your local Resene ColorShop details. You can choose to click and collect or get your order delivered by contactless delivery. Resene ColorShops in Level 3 areas will be open their normal hours, except for Naenae (closed) and Gore (reduced hours 9am-3pm).

For those in Level 4 areas (Auckland/Northland), you can order paint and decorating supplies online at shop.resene.co.nz or email colorshoponline@resene.co.nz and we can arrange contactless delivery of your order to you. Please allow extra time for delivery as the products will be coming from a Level 3 area. Resene ColorShops in Level 4 areas will remain closed until we reach Level 3.

If you are working on a project or planning a project, our staff are here to help you. You can Ask a Tech Expert free online anytime, Ask a Colour Expert free online anytime, request a free virtual colour consultation or call 0800 737 363 (during normal working hours). We look forward to helping you.

We appreciate your support and hope everyone stays safe.
Learn more

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22 days ago

What food have you missed during level 4 lockdown?

Carly Gooch Reporter from The Nelson Mail

We're on the countdown to level 3, allowing you to get a cafe quality coffee, some tasty Thai and Italian inspired pizzas, but what is it you're missing the most during lockdown? Tell us if you'll be satisfying that hunger (or thirst) as soon as possible - and if you're not … View moreWe're on the countdown to level 3, allowing you to get a cafe quality coffee, some tasty Thai and Italian inspired pizzas, but what is it you're missing the most during lockdown? Tell us if you'll be satisfying that hunger (or thirst) as soon as possible - and if you're not missing anything, tell us that too!

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21 days ago

Cheap-as-chips yet expert help to get your website or FB page up and running!

Jean from I'm Online!

5-star reviews, yet cheap as chips compared to the big companies in town. Get your business out there in front of the online customers wanting to buy! Get a professional website for just $299 simple one page, to $899 for an ecommerce site where customers or clients can buy and pay online. Or get a … View more5-star reviews, yet cheap as chips compared to the big companies in town. Get your business out there in front of the online customers wanting to buy! Get a professional website for just $299 simple one page, to $899 for an ecommerce site where customers or clients can buy and pay online. Or get a FB business page for just $80.
Let me help you get more customers.. and I guarantee you a pain-free process. I understand small business because I've run my own for 20+ years... as well as being a web and small-business expert, with excellent reviews!
I'll make sure you feel comfortable every step of the way, AND show you how to add content yourself to your new website! Do check out my website and 5-star reviews here: imonline.nz... and then contact me to set up a free no-strings-attached phone consultation.

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21 days ago

Community Garage Sale

John from Stoke

Its back! Earlier this year we held the very first community wide Garage Sale in Brightwater. A total of thirteen households took part and this time we are inviting Wakefield to join the party! Would you like to take part? We will provide the indicative Signs and Balloons.

When: Saturday … View more
Its back! Earlier this year we held the very first community wide Garage Sale in Brightwater. A total of thirteen households took part and this time we are inviting Wakefield to join the party! Would you like to take part? We will provide the indicative Signs and Balloons.

When: Saturday October 16th

Time: 8am – 12pm approx (individual households may choose to finish later)

Where: All over Wakefield and Brightwater! (See map on the signup page)


We will take care of the neighbourhood signs and advertising 🙂

Sign up here

bayleyswakefield.co.nz...

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22 days ago

Last chance to nominate!

The Team from New Zealander of the Year Award | Ngā Tohu Pou Kōhure o Aotearoa

This is not a drill, Nelson 📣 there are less than 48 hours until nominations close for the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards.

This is your LAST CHANCE to nominate a good sort making a positive impact - whether they’re an artist you admire, a coach going the extra mile, or an essential… View more
This is not a drill, Nelson 📣 there are less than 48 hours until nominations close for the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year Awards.

This is your LAST CHANCE to nominate a good sort making a positive impact - whether they’re an artist you admire, a coach going the extra mile, or an essential worker making a difference - it’s up to you to get their name in the ring! Nominations close midnight 31 August.

What are you waiting for? Head over the nzawards.org.nz/nominate now!

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22 days ago

What are you growing now?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

We're looking for lockdown gardening ideas! With New Zealanders stuck at home everyone is keen to get into their gardens, but they can't get to the shops to buy plants and seeds. So we want to hear from you some suggestions for crops you can start or sow from what you … View more
Dear neighbours,

We're looking for lockdown gardening ideas! With New Zealanders stuck at home everyone is keen to get into their gardens, but they can't get to the shops to buy plants and seeds. So we want to hear from you some suggestions for crops you can start or sow from what you have on hand or useful gardening hacks using just what you have at home already without going to the shops.

It doesn't have to be a big idea - just something like growing spring onions from the base or sprouting avocado seeds to make a houseplant. Send your tips and ideas to mailbox@nzgardener.co.nz and we'll publish the best ideas in NZ Gardener.

Make sure you include your full name and address - only your name and the region you live in will be published but if we use your tip we will send you a free copy of the magazine.

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23 days ago

Planning what to grow? Put these new varieties on your to-plant list!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

Here's our list of the best new-release varieties of edible plants to grow this season.

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23 days ago

Print company soaring with success

Competenz

Family-owned Auckland print company Soar is flying high, with two of its team winning accolades at the prestigious Pride in Print 2021 awards.

Print apprentice Travis Jordan was named the Print Industry Apprentice of the Year, while Alex Huynh won the Workplace Trainer of the Year. For Travis, … View more
Family-owned Auckland print company Soar is flying high, with two of its team winning accolades at the prestigious Pride in Print 2021 awards.

Print apprentice Travis Jordan was named the Print Industry Apprentice of the Year, while Alex Huynh won the Workplace Trainer of the Year. For Travis, the award is an acknowledgement of the time and effort he has put into his craft.

“It’s really special and a reminder that you get out what you put in,” he says. “The award is something I’ll happily carry with me throughout my career.”

It's awesome to see not only one of our apprentices getting recognition, but also the skilled team member who trained him winning an award.

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23 days ago

***Ideal Tridon SS Snaplock Quick Release Clamps***

Mike from Richmond

Part # 5618852
Ideal Tridon Snaplock® Quick Release Worm Drive Clamp 56-0 Series 200 Stainless - 9/16" Band Width
Clamp Range: 2" to 12-1/4" (51mm to 311mm)

Overview:
- Snaplock Quick Release worm drive clamps are good for closed system applications where the clamp must be … View more
Part # 5618852
Ideal Tridon Snaplock® Quick Release Worm Drive Clamp 56-0 Series 200 Stainless - 9/16" Band Width
Clamp Range: 2" to 12-1/4" (51mm to 311mm)

Overview:
- Snaplock Quick Release worm drive clamps are good for closed system applications where the clamp must be disengaged to be applied. The swivel-action locking of screw to band makes installation and removal much faster.
- Applications include general purpose, mild-corrosive environments, cable bundling and hanging of light weight signs.

Features:
- Screw: 5/16" Hex Head, Plated Carbon Steel
- Housing: 200 Stainless Steel
- Bridge: Plated Carbon Steel Steel
- Band: 9/16", 200 Stainless Steel
- Installation Torque: 30 in-lbs (3.4 Nm)

Price is for 2x bands as pictured.

Price: $10

23 days ago

Looking forward to going back to work

Chris Soutar from Soutar-able Glass

I am looking forward to being back at work once lock down has shifted,Soutar-able glass will be trading under level 3 ,offering glazing services
Double glazing retro fit,wooden or aluminum.
Broken Windows,
Showers mirrors,
Splash backs,
Cat and dog door installation,
Lead lights.
Free … View more
I am looking forward to being back at work once lock down has shifted,Soutar-able glass will be trading under level 3 ,offering glazing services
Double glazing retro fit,wooden or aluminum.
Broken Windows,
Showers mirrors,
Splash backs,
Cat and dog door installation,
Lead lights.
Free measure and quote.
Friendly service
Call Chris 021642428

26 days ago

Poll: How do you feel about working from home?

Carly Gooch Reporter from The Nelson Mail

Level 4 means most of us are working from home, set up at the kitchen table, or maybe you're lucky enough to have a home office. In a University of Otago study last year, 89 per cent wanted to continue to work from home at least part of the time post lockdown - but what suits you? Take the … View moreLevel 4 means most of us are working from home, set up at the kitchen table, or maybe you're lucky enough to have a home office. In a University of Otago study last year, 89 per cent wanted to continue to work from home at least part of the time post lockdown - but what suits you? Take the poll and share your thoughts in the reply, we love hearing your thoughts.

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How do you feel about working from home?
  • 54% I love working from home, it doesn't bother me.
    54% Complete
  • 22.2% I'd much rather be in the office, I'm more productive that way.
    22.2% Complete
  • 23.8% I could take it or leave it, both suit me just fine.
    23.8% Complete
63 votes
24 days ago

Wanted Spa Pool

Karen from Richmond

Wanted to buy spa pool preferably a later model one, if you know anyone with one sitting there not being used would love to hear from you. Thanks heaps please message me.

24 days ago

***Cane Oval Basket***

Mike from Richmond

Cane basket dimensions LxWxD = 22cm x 17cm x 5cm

Price: $5

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