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2 hours ago

Full Heat Pump Service/Clean - $99.00 (incl GST)

Kat from Grade A Electrical Ltd

Full heat pump service/clean at $99.00 including GST.

Below is the performance checklist that our Technicians follow when cleaning/servicing a heat pump/air conditioner;

- Check operating temperature
- Remove fine dust from behind the filter screen
- Remove oils and stain build up from inside … View more
Full heat pump service/clean at $99.00 including GST.

Below is the performance checklist that our Technicians follow when cleaning/servicing a heat pump/air conditioner;

- Check operating temperature
- Remove fine dust from behind the filter screen
- Remove oils and stain build up from inside radiator
- Sanitize inside radiator
- Internal drain is flushed
- Fan blades cleaned
- Clean condensers
- Check for any refrigerant leaks
- Clean intake screens
- Apply cleaning solutions to fins and coil
- Clean and check fan blades
- Reassemble, test and check noise levels

At the end of every service/clean we will leave you with a full servicing report, a label on every unit serviced with the service date and due date for next service.

The standard cost for servicing a heat pump unit is between $145.00 - $175.00 incl GST, our special price is $99.00 incl GST per unit.

If you are interested in the offer or have any questions contact Kat or Leanne on 0275927380.

3 hours ago

Good morning Neighbours

Bradley from Waiuku

Happy week to All

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8 hours ago

Get Home Ownership Help for Free!

Kāinga Ora

Register for a free Sorted home ownership event in Mangere and learn how you could buy one of the thousands of new homes coming to Mangere Development over the next 15+ years.

Plus, find out if you qualify for financial help from Kāinga Ora. There are four event dates to choose from.

Join … View more
Register for a free Sorted home ownership event in Mangere and learn how you could buy one of the thousands of new homes coming to Mangere Development over the next 15+ years.

Plus, find out if you qualify for financial help from Kāinga Ora. There are four event dates to choose from.

Join us in-person in the Tui Lounge at the Mangere Development Information Centre, or attend online via Zoom. Register today to avoid missing out!
Register now

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5 days ago

Are you struggling to find a rental or buy a home in Auckland?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Hello everyone,

I was hoping to get in contact with someone from the Māori, Pasifika and Indian community who have either struggled to find a rental or buy a home.

The housing crisis has affected all three groups particularly badly, so if there's anyone who comes from these groups who … View more
Hello everyone,

I was hoping to get in contact with someone from the Māori, Pasifika and Indian community who have either struggled to find a rental or buy a home.

The housing crisis has affected all three groups particularly badly, so if there's anyone who comes from these groups who is willing to talk please drop me a message: ged.cann@stuff.co.nz

Thanks,

Ged Cann
Senior Reporter
stuff.co.nz

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2 days ago

Poll: Do you think rising house prices in Auckland will hit a limit?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Auckland houses are less affordable than those in all but three other cities from eight countries surveyed for the 2021 Demographia international housing affordability report.

It’s now more affordable to buy a house in San Francisco or London than in Auckland. A new report has ranked the Super… View more
Auckland houses are less affordable than those in all but three other cities from eight countries surveyed for the 2021 Demographia international housing affordability report.

It’s now more affordable to buy a house in San Francisco or London than in Auckland. A new report has ranked the Super City as the fourth least affordable housing market in the world.

The 2021 annual Demographia international housing affordability report, which is a scaled down version of previous years’ reports, looks at housing affordability in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, UK and the US.

It ranks 92 major housing markets – with populations of more than one million – in eight countries based on the median multiple, which measures median house price divided by gross median household income.

According to the report, Auckland now has a “median multiple” of 10.0. That’s up from 8.6 last year when it was the equal sixth most unaffordable market with Toronto, and from 6.4 in 2010, just a decade ago.

Regions with house prices more than three times the median regional income are considered unaffordable, so Auckland’s median multiple makes it severely unaffordable.

Read more here:

www.stuff.co.nz...



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Do you think rising house prices in Auckland will hit a limit?
  • 24.2% Yes
    24.2% Complete
  • 52.1% No
    52.1% Complete
  • 23.7% Unsure- it's too complex
    23.7% Complete
384 votes
3 days ago

Who needs a plant doctor?

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Are your houseplants looking worse for wear? The experts at Kings Plant Barn would love to help. Send us your houseplant questions and problems to homed@stuff.co.nz, or leave them in the comments, for the houseplant doctor to diagnose. Pictures are encouraged.

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26 days ago

Let's talk fundraising!

The Team from Round the Bays

Auckland's biggest fun run is just around the corner and it's time to talk fundraising!

Choosing who to fundraise for can be hard so we've made it easy for you. Either choose a cause close to your heart or support our offical charity partner Auckland City Mission!

Head to our … View more
Auckland's biggest fun run is just around the corner and it's time to talk fundraising!

Choosing who to fundraise for can be hard so we've made it easy for you. Either choose a cause close to your heart or support our offical charity partner Auckland City Mission!

Head to our website to read more about Auckland City Mission or our other charity partners here www.roundthebays.co.nz...

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19 hours ago

Full Heat Pump Service/Clean - $99.00 (incl GST)

Kat from Grade A Electrical Ltd

Full heat pump service/clean at $99.00 including GST.

Below is the performance checklist that our Technicians follow when cleaning/servicing a heat pump/air conditioner;

- Check operating temperature
- Remove fine dust from behind the filter screen
- Remove oils and stain build up from inside … View more
Full heat pump service/clean at $99.00 including GST.

Below is the performance checklist that our Technicians follow when cleaning/servicing a heat pump/air conditioner;

- Check operating temperature
- Remove fine dust from behind the filter screen
- Remove oils and stain build up from inside radiator
- Sanitize inside radiator
- Internal drain is flushed
- Fan blades cleaned
- Clean condensers
- Check for any refrigerant leaks
- Clean intake screens
- Apply cleaning solutions to fins and coil
- Clean and check fan blades
- Reassemble, test and check noise levels

At the end of every service/clean we will leave you with a full servicing report, a label on every unit serviced with the service date and due date for next service.

The standard cost for servicing a heat pump unit is between $145.00 - $175.00 incl GST, our special price is $99.00 incl GST per unit.

If you are interested in the offer or have any questions contact Kat or Leanne on 0275927380.

6 days ago

Covid-19 Update: Covid-19: Kmart and vape store among new locations of interest linked to new case

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Hi Neighbours,

Here's an important Covid-19 update:

Georgia Forrester and George Block

A Kmart and a vape store in Auckland are the latest locations linked to the movements of a person who has tested positive for Covid-19.

The owner of the vape store, Dark Vapes, in East Tamaki, said the … View more
Hi Neighbours,

Here's an important Covid-19 update:

Georgia Forrester and George Block

A Kmart and a vape store in Auckland are the latest locations linked to the movements of a person who has tested positive for Covid-19.

The owner of the vape store, Dark Vapes, in East Tamaki, said the closure of his shop on Wednesday for deep cleaning, followed by his mandatory self-isolation, would be tough for his small business.

Three new community cases of Covid-19 in south Auckland were announced on Tuesday.

The first was a student at Papatoetoe High School, which the Ministry of Health announced earlier in the day. Two other cases – the student’s siblings, who are a teenager and an infant – were confirmed on Tuesday evening.

Kmart in Botany, in east Auckland, and Dark Vapes are among the places of interest visited by one of the cases, with further locations expected to be released on Wednesday.

Kmart Botany

The teenager reported as a new case on Tuesday night works at Kmart Botany.

They were at work on Friday, February 19 and Saturday, February 20, between 3.30pm and 10.30pm.

The store was closed on Tuesday night, and a thorough sanitisation of the store was being carried out, a Kmart spokesperson said.

Thirty-one Kmart staff have been identified as close contacts and are self-isolating, the ministry said.

Any members of the public who visited Kmart Botany at the times the student was working is considered a casual plus contact, and must self-isolate at home immediately.

Casual plus contacts are those who would have been considered casual contacts, but have been upgraded due to the risk of the more transmissible strains of the virus.

“If you are a casual plus contact, you are advised to immediately isolate at home and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice on isolation time frames and testing requirements,” the ministry said.

Dark Vapes

One of the two high school students announced as new cases on Tuesday also twice visited Dark Vapes in East Tamaki, on Friday and Saturday.

The owner, who did not want to be named, said the store would be closed on Wednesday for deep cleaning, and he would isolate at home for 14-days, as per Ministry of Health advice.

“It's going to be tough for the business.”

He said the store would be able to reopen after cleaning as another staff member was available to help run it.

The owner did not know the identity of the case who visited.

A Ministry of Health spokeswoman said she was not sure which of the cases visited the store.

The visits to the vape store took place on Friday, February 19 between 2.30pm and 4pm, and also Saturday, February 20, between 7pm and 8.30pm.

People who visited the store during these times are considered to be casual-plus contacts.

More locations are expected to be released by the ministry on its website.

22 hours ago

Movies at the Waiuku Town Hall- Sunday 28 February

Bradley from Waiuku

Hi All, with level 3 there will be no movie today. I will keep you updated with a new date as soon as one is available.
STAY SAFE NEIGHBOURS AND ENJOY YOUR SUNDAY

1 day ago

Thank you for your support

The Team from Round the Bays

Thank you for all the support from our amazing Round the Bays whānau.

We’re disappointed the event couldn’t go ahead due to the move to Alert Level 3 in Auckland. Our immediate priority is ensuring the safe pack down of the various event sites. We are looking at event options and will update … View more
Thank you for all the support from our amazing Round the Bays whānau.

We’re disappointed the event couldn’t go ahead due to the move to Alert Level 3 in Auckland. Our immediate priority is ensuring the safe pack down of the various event sites. We are looking at event options and will update everyone as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience.

Kia kaha neighbours 💙

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1 day ago

PORTS OF AUCKLAND ROUND THE BAYS EVENT IS NOT GOING AHEAD

The Team from Round the Bays

We’re sorry to let you know that the Ports of Auckland Round the Bays event is not going ahead due to the Ministry of Health’s move to Alert Level 3 in Auckland which comes into effect at 6am on Sunday, 28 February.

We know how much all our participants were looking forward to event day, but … View more
We’re sorry to let you know that the Ports of Auckland Round the Bays event is not going ahead due to the Ministry of Health’s move to Alert Level 3 in Auckland which comes into effect at 6am on Sunday, 28 February.

We know how much all our participants were looking forward to event day, but we respect the need to keep everyone safe and contain the spread of COVID-19.

We will communicate further details tomorrow (Sunday, 28 February) by email and on our website.

The Ports of Auckland Round the Bays team

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1 day ago

What's On: Counties Chess Club

Ron from Papakura

Meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month except Public Holidays must be Level 1 to play , Coaching for all if wanted .Phone Ron 0272128232 .Cheers Ron
Counties Chess Club
  • Mauku Victory Hall
1 day ago

Happy Sunday Neighbours

Bradley from Waiuku

Have an awesome day

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1 day ago

Alert Level Three Update

Pukekohe Toyota

Dear Customers

We again find ourselves at Alert Level Three.

This means that Botany Toyota, Bridgestone Botany, Manukau Toyota, Papakura Toyota, Bridgestone Takanini and Pukekohe Toyota are open standard hours but with all activities contactless, and customers not allowed on our yards or in … View more
Dear Customers

We again find ourselves at Alert Level Three.

This means that Botany Toyota, Bridgestone Botany, Manukau Toyota, Papakura Toyota, Bridgestone Takanini and Pukekohe Toyota are open standard hours but with all activities contactless, and customers not allowed on our yards or in our buildings.
Head over to our website and choose your store of choice for a comprehensive list of contact phone numbers and email addresses for our various departments.

Look after each other and please stay safe.

Darren Smart
CEO, Manukau Toyota Group

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