The Brook, Nelson

65 days ago

There are so many reasons to be grateful to call Aotearoa New Zealand our home. 😌🙏

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Let's keep working together to make our communities better for everyone while honouring Te Ao Māori.

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65 days ago

Paint a woven plate

The Team from Resene ColorShop Nelson

Put your own spin on wall art by painting designs on woven plates. A quick, budget friendly way to add colour to your walls and so easy to repaint if you want to update the colours later.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create … View more
Put your own spin on wall art by painting designs on woven plates. A quick, budget friendly way to add colour to your walls and so easy to repaint if you want to update the colours later.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create your own.

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66 days ago

Rust treatment on roof

nick walter from ADDO Painting

Rust treated with CRC rust converter then primed with Rust kill epoxy primer

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72 days ago

Poll: Did you know old rice could make you sick?

New Zealand Food Safety

Just because it’s rice doesn’t mean it lasts longer than other food. Over time, cooked rice may grow bacteria that produces toxins, which can make you sick. So, make sure you cover, refrigerate and only keep for a day or two.

Don’t risk making your whānau sick. Eat any leftover food … View more
Just because it’s rice doesn’t mean it lasts longer than other food. Over time, cooked rice may grow bacteria that produces toxins, which can make you sick. So, make sure you cover, refrigerate and only keep for a day or two.

Don’t risk making your whānau sick. Eat any leftover food within two days. If in doubt, chuck it out.

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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Did you know old rice could make you sick?
  • 86% Yes I’m always careful
    86% Complete
  • 14% No I thought rice doesn’t go bad
    14% Complete
2996 votes
66 days ago

Cooking Classes for Seniors

Sally from The Brook

Now is the time to enroll for these classes. Please let all your elderly friends and family know. The maximum number of people in the group is 12 so first in first served.
Meet new friends, share your thoughts and ideas, learn new techniques, gain more confidence, have fun !
And we meet up after … View more
Now is the time to enroll for these classes. Please let all your elderly friends and family know. The maximum number of people in the group is 12 so first in first served.
Meet new friends, share your thoughts and ideas, learn new techniques, gain more confidence, have fun !
And we meet up after the classes have finished for a 'coffee' in a local cafe.

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66 days ago

Window and door maintenance

Karl from rejuvenate fixations

Hi ya happy people,

We repair windows and doors, weather this be a sliding door that dose not slide propley, a hinge door that rubs on the bottom of the frame etc, windows that fly open through wear and tear. Whistling/draughts. Through windows and locks. We can repair you're existing windows… View more
Hi ya happy people,

We repair windows and doors, weather this be a sliding door that dose not slide propley, a hinge door that rubs on the bottom of the frame etc, windows that fly open through wear and tear. Whistling/draughts. Through windows and locks. We can repair you're existing windows and doors. Commercial/residential. We have a range of stock in our van to service nelson/Tasman, blenheim and surrounding areas.
Ph/text email or visit our website for more information

Ph Karl 02102738337
rejuvenationfixations@gmail.com
Replenishme.co.nz

71 days ago

Heat pumps

Electrical First

Get 40% discount on the price of a Heat Pump.
Offer valid for March& April.

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67 days ago

Wooden Number matching puzzle

Michele from Richmond

The Toy Box wooden puzzles, Numbers, contains 10 Large piece wooden matching puzzles. Its box is a little taped up but the pieces are near new condition. Smoke free home. pick up, Richmond

Price: $10

67 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 the Theatre Royal Nelson 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 the Theatre Royal Nelson 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 just two shows on March 1st and 2nd, and tickets priced at just $27-$37 for adults ($12-$22 children) this is guaranteed to sell fast.
Book now!

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68 days ago

Huge Summer Sale

Tracy from Baby Eden

Pop in store, we are having a huge summer sale, help us make room for next season stock, we have 40% off all summer clothing, 40% off all maternity wear, buy 1 get 1 half price on all Eden Hooded Towels - Swim Coats

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68 days ago

Single bed

Sue from Richmond

Single bed, base and mattress, good condition, only selling as now not needed. $80.
Pick up is in Stoke.

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68 days ago

Decorative Stone for gardens

Andrea from Stoke

This decorative stone is left over from a garden makeover we have just finished. It’s 15mm-30mm Dolomite Chip caramel. $70 delivered to your place, however must be flat easy access , Nelson to Richmond.

Price: $70

73 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.

69 days ago

Back to School Sale – 21% off all laptops and desktops!

Chief Problem Solver from Your Computer Guy

Shopping for technology for school in 2021 a unique challenge. Will the classes continue as normal? Will there be more emphasis on distance learning at home? Whether you’re a student yourself or the parent of a student, we’ll help you choose exactly what you’ll need across computers, … View moreShopping for technology for school in 2021 a unique challenge. Will the classes continue as normal? Will there be more emphasis on distance learning at home? Whether you’re a student yourself or the parent of a student, we’ll help you choose exactly what you’ll need across computers, printers, security software, and much more. And if you are still looking for a laptop – we have a 21% off sale for the next week!

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69 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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