Papamoa Beach, Papamoa

22 days ago

How to make a rope basket for your pet

The Team from Resene ColorShop Mt Maunganui

Handmade baskets hold a certain charm – see how easy it is to create your own with this no sew DIY version perfect for your pet. Brighten it up with a few favourite Resene testpot colours.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how you can … View more
Handmade baskets hold a certain charm – see how easy it is to create your own with this no sew DIY version perfect for your pet. Brighten it up with a few favourite Resene testpot colours.

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

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22 days ago

Thanks for doing good in your hood!

The Warehouse

If you’re shopping at your local The Warehouse, we need to say thanks, because you’re helping us give the planet a hand!

We’re on a journey to make it easier to shop sustainably. We’ve got more than 5,000 products on our shelves that are easier on the planet and easier on your wallet. … View more
If you’re shopping at your local The Warehouse, we need to say thanks, because you’re helping us give the planet a hand!

We’re on a journey to make it easier to shop sustainably. We’ve got more than 5,000 products on our shelves that are easier on the planet and easier on your wallet. So it’s easy to do good every time you stop in and shop. Join us on our journey here .
Find out more

22 days ago

National Gardening Week 19-26th October

Yates NZ

Planting for a better planet has never been more important - for food, for the environment and for health. This year in particular many Kiwis have found solace in our gardens, or embraced gardening for the first time.

The call is out to New Zealanders to get growing this National Gardening WeekView more
Planting for a better planet has never been more important - for food, for the environment and for health. This year in particular many Kiwis have found solace in our gardens, or embraced gardening for the first time.

The call is out to New Zealanders to get growing this National Gardening Week and reap the rewards of home-grown food.

To help kickstart your vegie patch and live a more sustainable life, Yates is lending a helping hand.

Just register online HERE between 1st and 18th October to receive a FREE packet of Yates Vegie Seeds.
Learn more

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23 days ago

Election 2020: Tauranga candidates for local MP

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Tauranga's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders will … View more
Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Tauranga's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders will have the opportunity to choose their regional spokesperson.

Through the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, those enrolled can vote for the party they want as well as a local representative.

Why does my MP matter?

The person elected will be the voice for your region in Parliament. If you’re having trouble getting entitlements or dealing with Government departments, they can help. If your community needs funding for certain projects or activities, or there isn’t enough healthcare in the area, the elected MP can step in and help.  

To read more, click here.

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23 days ago

Elections 2020: Bay of Plenty voting locations

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate through Neighbourly. Here’s everything you need to know about where to vote in Bay of Plenty.

At the upcoming election on October 17, enrolled voters will have a … View more
Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate through Neighbourly. Here’s everything you need to know about where to vote in Bay of Plenty.

At the upcoming election on October 17, enrolled voters will have a few boxes to tick.

There are two referenda on the cards, as well as the regular party and candidate selections.

Click www.stuff.co.nz... a breakdown of what you’re voting for and where you can vote.

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23 days ago

Election 2020: Bay of Plenty candidates for local MP

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Bay of Plenty's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders … View more
Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Bay of Plenty's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders will have the opportunity to choose their regional spokesperson.

Through the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, those enrolled can vote for the party they want as well as a local representative.

Why does my MP matter?

The person elected will be the voice for your region in Parliament. If you’re having trouble getting entitlements or dealing with Government departments, they can help. If your community needs funding for certain projects or activities, or there isn’t enough healthcare in the area, the elected MP can step in and help.  

To read more, click here.

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23 days ago

Election 2020: Coromandel voting booth locations

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate through Neighbourly. Here’s everything you need to know about where to vote in Coromandel.

At the upcoming election on October 17, enrolled voters will have a few… View more
Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate through Neighbourly. Here’s everything you need to know about where to vote in Coromandel.

At the upcoming election on October 17, enrolled voters will have a few boxes to tick.

There are two referenda on the cards, as well as the regular party and candidate selections.

Click here for a breakdown of what you’re voting for and where you can vote.

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23 days ago

Election 2020: Coromandel candidates for local MP

Sarah Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Coromandel's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders will … View more
Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Coromandel's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders will have the opportunity to choose their regional spokesperson.

Through the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, those enrolled can vote for the party they want as well as a local representative.

Why does my MP matter?

The person elected will be the voice for your region in Parliament. If you’re having trouble getting entitlements or dealing with Government departments, they can help. If your community needs funding for certain projects or activities, or there isn’t enough healthcare in the area, the elected MP can step in and help.  

To read more, click here.

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23 days ago

Garage Sale

Philip from Maungatapu

Just a reminder Garage Sale at 36a Greerton Road tomorrow Friday and Saturday 8.00am start. Lots of goods suitable for Christmas presents. No reasonable offer refused. No cars down drive as there is no where to turn.

23 days ago

This month’s Tip from Exceed

Exceed - we fix windows & doors

Day light saving started 2 weeks ago and now it’s a good time to do a twice yearly maintenance check on your windows.
Go around and open and close all your windows. Open them fully to the stops and make sure they move freely and seal completely at the top and bottom. If they are stiff, a spray … View more
Day light saving started 2 weeks ago and now it’s a good time to do a twice yearly maintenance check on your windows.
Go around and open and close all your windows. Open them fully to the stops and make sure they move freely and seal completely at the top and bottom. If they are stiff, a spray with any spray lube (except the red CRC) on all the pivot joints will help.

Note- if your windows are very stiff don’t force them or you could break them.

Any questions, send us a message!

Have a great day!

Exceed we fix windows & doors team

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30 days ago

October is Save Kiwi Month

The Team from Kiwis for kiwi

Only a few hundred years ago, millions of kiwi roamed Aotearoa. Today, New Zealand is home to around 70,000 kiwi, and despite efforts that number drops by 2% every year.

Save Kiwi Month is an annual celebration of all things kiwi. Join the Kiwis for kiwi Neighbourly group to learn about our … View more
Only a few hundred years ago, millions of kiwi roamed Aotearoa. Today, New Zealand is home to around 70,000 kiwi, and despite efforts that number drops by 2% every year.

Save Kiwi Month is an annual celebration of all things kiwi. Join the Kiwis for kiwi Neighbourly group to learn about our national icon, find out about kiwi conservation efforts around the country, and find out how you can help make a difference to the kiwi population from the comfort of your own home >>> www.neighbourly.co.nz...

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23 days ago

The kiwi needs your help

Kiwis for Kiwi

A few hundred years ago, millions of kiwi roamed Aotearoa. Today, New Zealand is home to just 70,000, and despite efforts that number drops by 2% every year.

Kiwis for kiwi is on a mission to turn that decline around. We partner with kiwi conservation projects all over New Zealand, with a … View more
A few hundred years ago, millions of kiwi roamed Aotearoa. Today, New Zealand is home to just 70,000, and despite efforts that number drops by 2% every year.

Kiwis for kiwi is on a mission to turn that decline around. We partner with kiwi conservation projects all over New Zealand, with a long-term vision to increase the population by 2% every year and take our national icon from endangered to everywhere.

But we need your help. Please make a donation or organise a fundraising event to make sure the kiwi sticks around for future generations.
Donate now

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23 days ago

Garden pavers

Shelley from Welcome Bay

240 good quality used pavers. 19cm x 23cm x 4cm.....pick up in Hamilton....$200.00 phone 0277143534....

Price: $200

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23 days ago

Free concrete tiles

Diane from Mount Maunganui

Approx 200. Spare tiles from when house built in 1950's
Ph 0220784007

Free

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23 days ago

For Sale

Pam from Maungatapu

Rake solid steel rake never break. Very good condition.
Phone me on 5440434

Price: $40

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