Maungatapu, Tauranga

1 day ago

Hairdresser Required

Robyne from Papamoa Beach

Recommendation for a hairdresser who does good cuts and colour at a reasonable price. My hairdresser of 7 years is in hospital for a long term. Especially interested in work from home situations. Thank you.

2 days ago

CURTAINS WANTED!!!

Kirsty from Tauranga City

The awesome Tauranga Curtain Bank is currently running low on curtains. If you have any preloved curtains lying around that you don't need anymore, they can give them a new lease on life to help keep a local family with children warm this winter.

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The awesome Tauranga Curtain Bank is currently running low on curtains. If you have any preloved curtains lying around that you don't need anymore, they can give them a new lease on life to help keep a local family with children warm this winter.

The Tauranga Curtain Bank is a volunteer organisation who line & prepare preloved curtains which are re-hung in homes of vulnerable families across the Bay of Plenty.

WHAT WE NEED:
✅ Short curtains
✅ Long curtains
✅ Worn curtains
✅ Like-new curtains

(Not needing blinds, tracks or net curtains at this time).

Curtains donations can be dropped off at the Tauranga Curtain Bank:
The Hillier Centre
31 Gloucester Road, Mount Maunganui.

Opening hours:
Monday 8:30am–4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am–4:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am–4:30pm
Thursday 8:30am–4:30pm
Friday 8:30am–4:30pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Many thanks :)

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8 hours ago

Spa Pool Free

Maurice from Tauranga City

Working perfectly when decommissioned. Complete with fibreglass pool (perfect condition), insulated cover plus metal frame for additional exterior cover, filter, motor, heater, control box with timer and all fittings ready to reconnect to the new home. Recommend replacing some of the exterior … View moreWorking perfectly when decommissioned. Complete with fibreglass pool (perfect condition), insulated cover plus metal frame for additional exterior cover, filter, motor, heater, control box with timer and all fittings ready to reconnect to the new home. Recommend replacing some of the exterior piping around the pool because these flex when running and are showing signs of potential leaks – easy. Interested people should discuss recommissioning recommendations before taking. (eg. Will need an electrician to connect the control box as it has the feature of both controlled (cheaper) and uncontrolled power.)
On trailer ready to go – can deliver around Tauranga.
Sorry about poor quality photos due to low resolution (Neighbourly rejected the high res pics. Can forward photos to anyone interested.

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1 day ago

Want To Rent Please

Diane from Gate Pa

2 Adults. Mother & Daughter + a miniature fox terrier. Looking for long term 2 bdrm unit or house Te Puke or Tauranga Please Text, Phone 0212618259 or email me DeniseHarv@icloud.com Thank you

1 day ago

Become a youth mentor today!

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Western Bay of Plenty

The process is simple... head to the link below, read the information pack provided and register your interest!
What are you waiting for? Make a difference and help rangatahi reach their potential - become a mentor today! 💚

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1 day ago

Window treatments to keep your home warm this winter

Owner from Curtain Clean BOP Ltd

Aren't you tired of sky-high winter power bills? Start with your windows to stop the cold from getting in.
BRANZ, an independent research organisation, says:

• 42% to 45% of heat in houses insulated to Pre-2007 requirements is lost through windows.
• If your home has been built or … View more
Aren't you tired of sky-high winter power bills? Start with your windows to stop the cold from getting in.
BRANZ, an independent research organisation, says:

• 42% to 45% of heat in houses insulated to Pre-2007 requirements is lost through windows.
• If your home has been built or renovated under the 2007 Building Code, which requires double glazing, you still lose up to 31% of heat through windows.
• Properly fitted curtains and blinds can cut heat loss through single glazed windows by 60% and double glazed windows by 40-50%.

Choosing the right window treatments will help insulate windows and prevent heat loss. Here are three options to answer your "how can I warm up my home?" this winter.

Honeycomb Blinds
Honeycomb blinds are one of the most energy-efficient window treatments. They are also known as honeycomb or cellular shades. These window coverings feature a honeycomb structure to make an air pocket between the window glass and the room that acts as an insulator, blocking heat and keeping the cold out.

When a heater is running, Honeycomb blinds reduce heat loss through windows by up to 60%, which equals around 10% savings on your heating energy. In hotter months, honeycomb blinds reduce unwanted heat from the sun through windows by up to 60% when installed with a tight fit. They are available in different layering options, including single and double-cell.

Heavy curtains or drapes
Drapes or curtains are another way to insulate your home by adding one extra barrier against the cold winter air. The main difference is that curtains are sized to fit the window, and drapes reach the floor.

Keep reading: www.curtainclean.co.nz...

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1 day ago

Gardening, lawn and maintenance work

Nadya from Gate Pa

IF you want great service, with a smile, nice tidy work 🌴🏡 and great communication, these guys are the Tops🌴👌🏿Including very competitive pricing.

Negotiable

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1 day ago

3 kittens!

Marko from Papamoa Beach

Come, meet theese fellas and pick one...
They are really cheerful, happy and ready to play...
They eating solid food now, so ready to go...
Not shure about gender...

Text me or ring me
021360407
Marko

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3 days ago

Magic of Mentoring

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Western Bay of Plenty

Mentoring a young person is a rewarding experience not only being able to give back but also having the privilege to be a part of a young person's journey. If you want to make a difference and help rangatahi reach their potential, register below and become a mentor today!

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4 days ago

Recommendation

Steve from Welcome Bay

Can anyone recommend a company to carry out a conversion/renovation job to include drawing up plans and obtaining building consent.

Many thanks

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5 days ago

Floor sanding

Graham from Welcome Bay

Recommendations please for someone to sand plywood floor ready for carpet. Approx 36sqm

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3 days ago

Watercress

Debbie from Gate Pa

Kia Ora neighbours and farmers does anyone know where I can get a decent bunch or two of...WATERCRESS...I get them from the butchers but costs about $60 for a decent boil up...I enjoy picking my own..plus could drop some off at the RSA for the members etc ..can trade for a bottle or two of homebrew… View moreKia Ora neighbours and farmers does anyone know where I can get a decent bunch or two of...WATERCRESS...I get them from the butchers but costs about $60 for a decent boil up...I enjoy picking my own..plus could drop some off at the RSA for the members etc ..can trade for a bottle or two of homebrew Bourbon...Vodka etc...

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4 days ago

Building Resilience

NumberWorks'nWords Tauranga

Every child has the potential to achieve success. However success comes with hardship and setbacks, which is why it is important to build resilience along the way. Resilience helps us to adapt and bounce back from things that don't go as planned and helps us move forward. Here are five … View moreEvery child has the potential to achieve success. However success comes with hardship and setbacks, which is why it is important to build resilience along the way. Resilience helps us to adapt and bounce back from things that don't go as planned and helps us move forward. Here are five fundamental ways you can help your child build resilience! ?

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4 days ago

Trust a farmer to give us their opinion.

PGG Wrightson

The new range of Line7 performance workwear has been designed, developed and tested by you – New Zealand farmers. We asked, listened, and collaborated directly with farmers in the making of this gear. We tested and re-tested in on-farm environments. We re-engineered what farming workwear can be … View moreThe new range of Line7 performance workwear has been designed, developed and tested by you – New Zealand farmers. We asked, listened, and collaborated directly with farmers in the making of this gear. We tested and re-tested in on-farm environments. We re-engineered what farming workwear can be with your needs front of mind.

We brought our decades of experience creating world-class performance gear. Add to that a legacy of Kiwi innovation, a challenger spirit and a practical attitude that’s been part of Line 7 since we started back in 1963.

Every detail has been reviewed and refined – without overlooking the obvious. Breathable, flexible, functional and comfortable, while still being supremely durable and waterproof. Made to fit farmers of all shapes and sizes, with a dedicated range for women. Built to last, and last a bit longer still, with an included repair kit that means you can fix it up quickly yourself.

Now take it out there, try it on and put it to the test. Wear it out and wear it again. We’re pretty damn confident you won’t be disappointed
Find out more

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4 days ago

Indoor-outdoor wicker chair

Lance from Papamoa Beach

Cream-coloured chair in good condition, ideal for indoor-outdoor use - only $75.
Phone 572-5526 / mob. 027-576-5037.

Price: $75

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