Tauranga City, Tauranga

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24 days ago

Sunlive free neswpaper non delivery

Linda from Maungatapu

Does anyone know why sunlive has not been delivered in maungatapu this week. I and neighbours did not receive it last week either.

27 days ago

Recommendations for panel beater in Tauranga

Pete from Bethlehem

Looking for feedback on panelbeater in the Tga area. Panel and paint work required for boot and rear bumper damage.

Thanks!!

22 days ago

Navy Blue Female Roman School Sandals

Bianca from Matua

In good condition only worn a couple of times as they were my back up pair. Needing gone as I’m off to Uni. Selling for $5. Size 7L but I’m a women’s size 8 and they fit me perfectly. Pick up Matua

Negotiable

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22 days ago

X6 Cane placemats

Bianca from Matua

Well loved just wanting them gone. Selling for $5. Pick up Matua

Negotiable

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22 days ago

Vintage Brass Vase

Bianca from Matua

A bit of a dent at the top but it adds to the character. Pick up Matua

Price: $10

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22 days ago

Tauranga Rotary Amazing Book Sale coming....

Karen from Welcome Bay

Our annual book sale will be held in the Seeka Coolstore, Harvard Way, Mt Maunganui, starting Friday March 5th 3pm to 8pm, March 6th and 7th from 9am to 4.30 (not at Easter anymore). We are now sorting and pricing books. If you have books to donate or are able to help us, please contact Ann … View moreOur annual book sale will be held in the Seeka Coolstore, Harvard Way, Mt Maunganui, starting Friday March 5th 3pm to 8pm, March 6th and 7th from 9am to 4.30 (not at Easter anymore). We are now sorting and pricing books. If you have books to donate or are able to help us, please contact Ann Pritchard 07 543 5350 or email secretary.taurangarotary@gmail.com or take donations of books, magazines, DVD's, jigsaw puzzles, sheet music, records to one of these drop off points before 28 February 2021: Caltex Greerton, Caltex Bayfair, Caltex Katikati, Caltex Welcome Bay, Z Energy Bethlehem, Z Energy Hewletts Rd, Z Energy 11th Ave, Wet and Forget Chapel St, Ray White Cherrywood, Challenge Service Station Omokoroa, Farmlands Te Puna, Stash it Papamoa, Philips Garage Fraser St, 20 Ririnui St Maungatapu, 24 Montana Drive, Pyes Pa.

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35 days ago

PAVERS WANTED

Maggie from Tauranga City

GARDEN PAVERS WANTED 450CM ABOUT 14

34 days ago

barking dog

Ross from Hairini

is it to much to ask for a quiet day off? My neighbour leaves a small dog locked up in house barking all day. Ive spoken to them and called TCC and SPCA know one cares. as a rate payer surely have some rights.

23 days ago

CAR HAND CONTROLS FOR SALE

Lyn from Welcome Bay

Have been in BMW 318 TI, but should fit any car. We had them fitted (& removed) by Maungatapu Motors. Will need compliance once fitted.
Ph: 027 5224607

Price: $200

27 days ago

Proposed change to rubbish collection

Elly from Welcome Bay

I received an enquiry last night from a friend who had been talking to an elderly woman who is renting a property. She was unsure as to who would be paying for the new bins. As Council are putting these costs on our rates I assume the landlord is responsible. On saying this, does this mean that … View moreI received an enquiry last night from a friend who had been talking to an elderly woman who is renting a property. She was unsure as to who would be paying for the new bins. As Council are putting these costs on our rates I assume the landlord is responsible. On saying this, does this mean that rents will now rise in an already over priced rental market? Given that we received a $340 rates rebate in 2019 and a miserable $50 in 2020 this Council is indeed making the people of Tauranga pay for their fiscal mistakes!! We have it on good authority that this decision re the rebates was the Council's decision!!! Trust the new Commission taking over the Council will indeed look into every detail!

24 days ago

Hunger for Colour - swap and save!

Resene

Swap a can of food for a FREE Resene testpot!

Bring a can of food into your local Resene owned ColorShop and you can swap it for a Resene testpot (60-80ml).

Resene will then donate all the food brought in to The Salvation Army local foodbanks and other community foodbanks.

By adding a … View more
Swap a can of food for a FREE Resene testpot!

Bring a can of food into your local Resene owned ColorShop and you can swap it for a Resene testpot (60-80ml).

Resene will then donate all the food brought in to The Salvation Army local foodbanks and other community foodbanks.

By adding a little more colour to your life you can also help those in need. When you donate a can of food you'll save on your testpot purchase (save up to $5.80 on an 80ml testpot) while also helping provide disadvantaged Kiwis with food parcels when they need them most.
Find out more

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24 days ago
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24 days ago

Tent

Mahinerangi from Welcome Bay

Hi neighbors, I'm hoping someone on here has a tent they no longer need/want? Looking for a large tent for 2 adults 5 children. Thanks

Free

24 days ago

Fighters

Marko from Papamoa Beach

Still waiting for the new owners...
About 2 months old...
All together or separately...
Pick up at Papamoa Beach or possibility of delivering around Tauranga...

Free

24 days ago

DIY Chalkboard Houses

Owner from Curtain Clean BOP Ltd

These are super easy to make and provide hours of creative play as well as encourage the development of your toddler's hand-eye coordination and attention span.

To make some chalkboard blocks of your own you’ll need to gather a few supplies (Bunnings or Mitre 10 should have everything you… View more
These are super easy to make and provide hours of creative play as well as encourage the development of your toddler's hand-eye coordination and attention span.

To make some chalkboard blocks of your own you’ll need to gather a few supplies (Bunnings or Mitre 10 should have everything you need):
• plank of wood
• saw
• chalkboard paint
• paint brush
• paint tray
• sandpaper

Cut down the wood into rectangles and saw the corners off one end to form a house shape. You can make the blocks as tall, short, or narrow as you’d like. Variety makes your city scape more interesting!

When the blocks are cut, sand all the edges and front so they are smooth and there are no rough spots. Then, simply paint over with chalkboard paint and let dry overnight before use.


Once the paint has dried, have fun creating your little city!
Printable link: www.curtainclean.co.nz...

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