Ruahine Forest Park, Ruahine Forest Park

20 days ago

Houseplants looking sick? The plant doctor answers your questions

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Hi neighbours,
Thank you to everyone who submitted questions about their sickly plant babies. Houseplants might be fashionable, but they can be tricky to get right. Whether it’s the wrong light, too much or too little water, or a pesky draft, it doesn’t take much for your prize peace lily to … View more
Hi neighbours,
Thank you to everyone who submitted questions about their sickly plant babies. Houseplants might be fashionable, but they can be tricky to get right. Whether it’s the wrong light, too much or too little water, or a pesky draft, it doesn’t take much for your prize peace lily to turn yellow or an infestation of bugs to set in.

We put some of your houseplant questions to the plant doctors from Kings Plant Barn to diagnose. Find their answers here.

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21 days ago

Resident-friendly terms that stack up!

Ryman Healthcare Limited

Our pioneering approach to retirement living includes resident-friendly terms designed to protect you and your family.

Ryman’s Peace of Mind Guarantees include terms such as our deferred management fee that is capped at 20 percent, one of the lowest in the retirement sector. Our base weekly … View more
Our pioneering approach to retirement living includes resident-friendly terms designed to protect you and your family.

Ryman’s Peace of Mind Guarantees include terms such as our deferred management fee that is capped at 20 percent, one of the lowest in the retirement sector. Our base weekly fee is fixed for the entire time you occupy your townhouse or apartment*, and comprehensive care can be dialled up as your needs change.

Terms like these provide you with greater confidence to live the way you want. They not only stack up in the retirement industry, they lead the way. *Some conditions apply.
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22 days ago

Specialist Professional Dairy Hoof Care

Hoof It

The team at Hoof-it provides our dairy farmers with a professional hoof care service, that is second to none. We cover the north island.

The products available on our webshop are of supreme quality but at the lowest possible prices.

Contact us, so we can help you !!

Website - … View more
The team at Hoof-it provides our dairy farmers with a professional hoof care service, that is second to none. We cover the north island.

The products available on our webshop are of supreme quality but at the lowest possible prices.

Contact us, so we can help you !!

Website - https://hoofit.nz/
Call us at 021 278 8278
Email - info@hoofit.nz
Find out more

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23 days ago

Free offer for Small Business Owners!

Neighbourly Team

Want to increase your reach by thousands? Now's your chance!

For a limited time only, we're offering you a 3 Month Premium Business listing for FREE.

Usually $150, Neighbourly Premium enables you to build a strong presence in your community. Find friendly locals who want your … View more
Want to increase your reach by thousands? Now's your chance!

For a limited time only, we're offering you a 3 Month Premium Business listing for FREE.

Usually $150, Neighbourly Premium enables you to build a strong presence in your community. Find friendly locals who want your services, introduce your team and share what makes you stand out from the rest.

There's no catches or hidden fees, It's just our small way of saying thank you for playing such an essential part in our communities.

Grab your FREE 3 month Business listing today!

*Limited time only. Ts & Cs apply
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24 days ago

Would you like to win gardening gear and plant nursery vouchers?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Subscribe to our free ezine! Follow this week’s guide to growing chicory and radicchio. Harvest flowers for dried arrangements, plant fast-growing Asian greens, look out for cicada damage and wasps and fill gaps in shelter belts before winter.
Build your own sun-lounger and learn how to divide… View more
Subscribe to our free ezine! Follow this week’s guide to growing chicory and radicchio. Harvest flowers for dried arrangements, plant fast-growing Asian greens, look out for cicada damage and wasps and fill gaps in shelter belts before winter.
Build your own sun-lounger and learn how to divide Bearded Irises. Plus go in the draw to win handspreaders from GARDENA and $35 vouchers from Awapuni Nurseries.

Delivered every Friday to your email inbox, Get Growing digital magazine offers seasonal gardening advice from the NZ Gardener magazine's team of experts. Each week we answer all your burning questions on raising fruit and veges and tell you the top tasks to do in your backyard this weekend. Subscribe here.

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26 days ago

Upcycling Awards is back for 2021!

Resene

Do you have old things lying around that you've been meaning to spruce up or recreate? It's time to unleash your DIY skills and bring out your inner artistic spirit. Resene and Neighbourly are challenging everyday Kiwis like YOU to take part in the Resene Upcycling Awards.

Give us … View more
Do you have old things lying around that you've been meaning to spruce up or recreate? It's time to unleash your DIY skills and bring out your inner artistic spirit. Resene and Neighbourly are challenging everyday Kiwis like YOU to take part in the Resene Upcycling Awards.

Give us your all, we want to see your creations! Check out some of last years' entires here.

Take part in the 2021 Resene Upcycling Awards. There are four great prizes worth $500 up for grabs: a $200 Resene voucher and a $300 Prezzy® card!
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27 days ago

Cricket players' ban reduced after homophobic and racial slurs

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Two Hawke's Bay cricket players banned for the season over racial and homophobic slurs are back on the cricket pitch.
The match between year 11-13 students was called off on January 21, after the two players made both racial and homophobic slurs towards the Western Districts XI, which had … View more
Two Hawke's Bay cricket players banned for the season over racial and homophobic slurs are back on the cricket pitch.
The match between year 11-13 students was called off on January 21, after the two players made both racial and homophobic slurs towards the Western Districts XI, which had players of Sri Lankan, Indian and Pakistani heritage.
Hawke’s Bay Cricket Association (HBCA) did not name the players, but Stuff understands the pair are the sons of former Central Districts representatives Mike Pawson and Craig Findlay, who is chief executive of HBCA.
The initial ban was appealed and the pair are already back playing cricket. Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon has criticised the reduction in penalty​ and called for a restoration process.
What do you think of the ban?

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28 days ago

Calling all painters

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours,
are you using the long weekend to tackle that long-over due reno? Or do you have a project you'd love to do in your home or garden but don't know where to start?

The experts at Resene are offering to help answer all your painting and decorating questions. Whether … View more
Hey neighbours,
are you using the long weekend to tackle that long-over due reno? Or do you have a project you'd love to do in your home or garden but don't know where to start?

The experts at Resene are offering to help answer all your painting and decorating questions. Whether it's how to choose the right type of paint to cover a stain, how to go about planning a mural, or how long you really need to spend on sanding down that woodwork, they're happy to help.

Send us your question at homed@stuff.co.nz or leave it in the comments and we'll put the best questions to the Resene team (please note: we may not be able to answer every single question). The answers will be published in an article on Stuff ahead of the long weekend.

If you don't want us to use your comment or name on Stuff, please mention that in your post.

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28 days ago

Everyone deserves to feel safe in their own community. 💐

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Today we remember the victims, families and communities affected on 15.03.2019

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28 days ago

SuperSeniors

The Team from Office for Seniors

Consumer groups are warning seniors to be vigilant when being invited to join discount clubs with seemingly 'exclusive' offers.

Senior Advantage charges an upfront yearly fee of $39, claiming on its website that members can "save up to 70% at almost every store in New Zealand".… View more
Consumer groups are warning seniors to be vigilant when being invited to join discount clubs with seemingly 'exclusive' offers.

Senior Advantage charges an upfront yearly fee of $39, claiming on its website that members can "save up to 70% at almost every store in New Zealand". However, TVNZ 1 News, along with Consumer NZ, have voiced concerns.

For more information and advice, read our article in the latest SuperSeniors newsletter: bit.ly...

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33 days ago

Awareness Week 8-14 March 2021

Sacha Green from Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand

Do you know we help everyone? Some people get a bit stuck on our name, but you don’t have to have NZ citizenship to use our service. We’re here for everyone, no matter your nationality, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality… (or other wonderful identifying feature of a person!).

Join us for CAB… View more
Do you know we help everyone? Some people get a bit stuck on our name, but you don’t have to have NZ citizenship to use our service. We’re here for everyone, no matter your nationality, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality… (or other wonderful identifying feature of a person!).

Join us for CAB Awareness Week 8-14 March 2021, where we celebrate 50 years of serving the community.

www.cab.org.nz...

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39 days ago

Wanted Car trailer

Drew from Tararua District

Looking for a light weight small car trailer

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30 days ago

Exhibition Opening at the Feilding & District Art Society

Natasha from Ashhurst - Pohangina

Our next exhibition opening is this Sunday at 3pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. Admission is free, there is no need to book - drinks and nibbles will be provided.

Romuald Rudzki, the author of ‘Prealism and the First Prealist - a guide to the new way of painting' is holding an … View more
Our next exhibition opening is this Sunday at 3pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. Admission is free, there is no need to book - drinks and nibbles will be provided.

Romuald Rudzki, the author of ‘Prealism and the First Prealist - a guide to the new way of painting' is holding an exhibition alongside his father-in-law Cornelius Vickers. Here’s a bit more about their work:

This is Prealism – an exhibition by Dr Romuald Rudzki
Rom was taught by the English artist Chris Welsh between 1969-1976. He received the Financial Times’ David Thomas Award in 1996 and obtained his PhD in 1998.

Rom lives on a lifestyle block in the foothills of the Tararua Ranges in New Zealand with his wife Alison and a menagerie of domesticated and wild animals.

Rom’s paintings are in both the traditional figurative style as well as the Prealist method which requires kenosis (emptying of the artist’s will) in order to allow those elements of art that exist before (‘Pre’) the artist (such as type of paint, type of surface, gravity and temperature) to create new work through the medium of the artist.

A defining feature of Prealism is that no two people will see the same painting in the same way, as each person will view the painting based upon their own ‘vocabulary of experience’ which includes the ‘found images’ within the painting

Cornelius Vickers at 91

Cornelius (Con) Vickers is having his first solo exhibition at age 91. Born in 1930 in Seaton, Country Durham England, Con started painting at school during the war. At age 12 he won 1st prize for a painting of a spitfire titled ‘Plane over France’ which came with prize money of half a crown or two shillings and sixpence, a princely sum for a young boy.

His working life was as a bricklayer then as a building manager before accepting the offer of early retirement at age 60. He then took evening art classes and after the death of his beloved wife Sheila, emigrated to New Zealand to be with his daughter Alison, son-in-law Romuald and grandson Rob. Con now lives next door to them with a garden he cultivates and the canaries he breeds.

“My painting takes my mind off everything else,” says Con “it takes all your stress and worries away.”

His art works include local landmarks such as the windmills, as well as paintings of native birds, and some composite pictures of several scenes.
The exhibitions run until Tuesday the 6th of April.

Feilding and District Art Society
104 Manchester St, Feilding
Open weekdays: 10am - 4pm, Saturdays: 10am - 1pm

Find us on facebook: www.facebook.com...

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33 days ago

Very large dog kennel

Drew from Tararua District

extremely large dog kennel which could easily be used for other purposes such as a goat shelter etc.
Covered with marine ply and painted regularly with additional canvas roof. Being professionally constructed very heavy with tantalised runners keeping the floor and kennel off the ground.

Price: $100

34 days ago

Get decorating and $ave!

Resene

$ave with 25% off Resene premium paints, wood stains, primers, sealers, wallpapers, decorating accessories and cleaning products!

Come in and see us and get all the advice you need for your projects. Whether you need help choosing colours, deciding which products to use, or what prep is … View more
$ave with 25% off Resene premium paints, wood stains, primers, sealers, wallpapers, decorating accessories and cleaning products!

Come in and see us and get all the advice you need for your projects. Whether you need help choosing colours, deciding which products to use, or what prep is required, Resene staff can help you every step of the way.

Resene products are designed and made in NZ and have been since Resene started in Wellington over 75 years ago.

Come in and get inspired to make the most of your home.
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