The Wood, Nelson

39 days ago

Great outdoors camp stretcher.

Margot from Richmond

Brand new condition. Kept in its box.
Bought for $150 sell $175.

Price: $75

39 days ago

Christmas Tree sales in Nelson

Tim O'Connell Reporter from The Nelson Mail

We're hearing there's been a large demand for real Christmas trees in recent weeks. Have you been struggling to get hold of one for your home this year? Have you got an alternative access to one? Let us know below...

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39 days ago

There's still plenty to go round...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Our little blue Santa has a great many surprises left in his collection to give away. Today our Pukeko wants to give you a chance to win a six-month subscription to the NZ House & Garden Magazine. Keep an eye out on the noticeboard for the secret codeword and enter it into our giveaway page. Santa in the Suburbs

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40 days ago

8 lambs ready to go

Steph from Richmond

8 lambs ready to go now. All wethers, 6 white and 2 black. Mixed breed.

Message me for more details. Thanks

Negotiable

45 days ago

Open Homes: A necessary nightmare

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

So, I spent a weekend hitting the open homes and seeing what it's like to try to buy as a solo person. Folks, it's tough out there... As an older, single person, it's really tough. Take a look at how I found "the churn" and let me know how it compares to your experience.

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40 days ago

Police urge people to keep their properties and valuables secure

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Following several burglaries and car thefts in Nelson and Motueka, Nelson Bays Police are reminding people to be vigilant and secure their properties and valuables.

In most cases, offenders have broken into homes and vehicles that have been left unlocked. Police investigations into the incidents… View more
Following several burglaries and car thefts in Nelson and Motueka, Nelson Bays Police are reminding people to be vigilant and secure their properties and valuables.

In most cases, offenders have broken into homes and vehicles that have been left unlocked. Police investigations into the incidents are ongoing and one person has been charged.

Police recommend:
- Parking your vehicle in well-lit areas.
- Not leaving valuables or documents with personal information in your vehicle.
- Disabling boats or vehicles so they cannot be moved or towed away.
- Locking all doors and windows.
- Recording the serial numbers of expensive items and photograph these
- Installing an alarm system.
- Keeping hedges or plants around windows and doors well trimmed as burglars can keep well hidden in overgrowth.

The public can get further advice from Police by contact the Police non-emergency line 105.

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40 days ago

Baby guinea pigs wanted x2 female

Lisa from The Brook

Looking for two baby Guinea pigs to buy

Negotiable

40 days ago

Gifts for the Nelson Mail Xmas tree

Victoria from Nelson South

Hi one and all, every year we collect gifts for the Salvation Army under our Xmas tree in the Nelson Mail office at 15 Bridge St. Gifts should be new, unwrapped and can be for children or adults. Your generosity is always appreciated and goes a long way toward brightening someone's day :) … View moreHi one and all, every year we collect gifts for the Salvation Army under our Xmas tree in the Nelson Mail office at 15 Bridge St. Gifts should be new, unwrapped and can be for children or adults. Your generosity is always appreciated and goes a long way toward brightening someone's day :) Have a safe and happy holidays, or if you are working, thank you and take care all.

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40 days ago

Bed and sewing machine

Sally from Stoke

I have a child’s wooden kit set bunk bed with attached desk and set of shelves that fit under the bed to give away, wood could also be used to make shelves,desk or anything you need requiring larger pieces of wood.
Also older singer sewing machine to give away attached to a sewing desk.

Free

40 days ago

Sustainable shopping for every whānau

The Warehouse

A more sustainable Aotearoa begins with the choices each Kiwi makes, and our customers have asked us to help make them those choices easier when they’re shopping for their families.

At The Warehouse, you’ll find an ever-growing range of products that are kinder to our planet.

Right now … View more
A more sustainable Aotearoa begins with the choices each Kiwi makes, and our customers have asked us to help make them those choices easier when they’re shopping for their families.

At The Warehouse, you’ll find an ever-growing range of products that are kinder to our planet.

Right now we’re at 8,000 and counting – and with 5,000 of them available for just $20 or less, sustainable is more affordable than ever.
Find out more

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42 days ago

Heartland helping Kiwis into retirement

Heartland Bank

Heartland is thrilled to have helped more than 17,000 Kiwis live a more comfortable retirement with a reverse mortgage.

A recent survey showed that 94% of customers would recommend a Heartland Reverse Mortgage to friends and family.

Here are a couple of quotes from our … View more
Heartland is thrilled to have helped more than 17,000 Kiwis live a more comfortable retirement with a reverse mortgage.

A recent survey showed that 94% of customers would recommend a Heartland Reverse Mortgage to friends and family.

Here are a couple of quotes from our Heartland Reverse Mortgage customers: “We really are so happy that we decided to go ahead. The fact that Heartland was willing to work with us made all the difference and has given us peace of mind during a difficult time.” 

“Simply put, we wouldn’t have been able to do what we’ve done without the mortgage. It’s really given us a new lease on life.”
 
Find out more about how a Heartland Reverse Mortgage could help you in your retirement.

T&Cs: Heartland Bank’s lending criteria, terms and conditions apply.
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42 days ago

Entertainment Unit fits 65inch TV

Catalina from Richmond

1.7m length
.48m high
.40m depth

Pick up only please - Richmond
Listed elsewhere

Price: $85

43 days ago
43 days ago

Do you know what to do in the garden this weekend?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Our ezine Get Growing has all the info you need. This week, we say reap the rewards of growing your own cherries. Cover tomatoes to beat the birds, protect crops from windy weather, label seedheads for saving, move potted crops into partial shade, and plump up garlic, onions and shallots.
Turn … View more
Our ezine Get Growing has all the info you need. This week, we say reap the rewards of growing your own cherries. Cover tomatoes to beat the birds, protect crops from windy weather, label seedheads for saving, move potted crops into partial shade, and plump up garlic, onions and shallots.
Turn pine cones into a summery wreath; take a look at Yates new book Top Edible Plants for Pots (and how not to kill them); plus go in the draw to win Kent & Stowe hand tools from Tui and a 2021 NZ Gardener Garden Diary.

Subscribe now for more great tips and prizes!

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43 days ago

A snowy glow

The Team from Resene ColorShop Nelson

Add a gentle warmth to your Christmas decorations with painted candle holders made from jars and your favourite Resene testpot colours.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Australian Women's Weekly and Resene. Find out how to create your own.

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