1041 days ago

Blueberries

Palmers Whangarei

We now have BLUEBERRIES in store!
Plant now to get them established and ready for fruiting!
We have three types at the moment...

Blue Dawn has a large delicious fruit harvesting from December to January.

Blue Magic has medium sized fruit harvesting from December to February.

Blue Sapphire has large fruit harvesting from January to February.



So get yours now!!

More messages from your neighbours
3 hours ago

Malicious email impersonating NZ Post circulating

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

New Zealand Post have published a warning to customers after several variations of a scam email were reported over the past 24 hours.

The email - while appearing legitimate - asks to correct personal details because of a failed parcel delivery.

The email directs the recipient to 'schedule a new delivery'. If any individual has received these emails, NZ Post has advised to delete it immediately.

For more information on the scam, please see the NZ Post's Cyber Security Alerts page.

More to come.

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13 hours ago

Get Out More and explore this Autumn!

Explore Central North Island

Want to hit the road and seeking inspiration to go somewhere new in the central North Island? Help is just a click away!

We’ve done the hard work for you creating over 60 fantastic breaks you can use to plan that quick weekend away, a short break, or take that long-awaited roadie.

We give you the ideas – you just choose when and where, and pack the car. Time to get planning!
Find out more

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19 hours ago

SHOWCASING Northland

Alison Shrigley Reporter from Whangārei Leader

We are PROUD to share the release of Northland Escapes that was inserted yesterday into the Sunday Star Times - north of Taupo. It is FULL of beautiful images and information SHOWCASING the "Hidden Treasures" we have here in Northland. If you would like a Hard copy - there will be some at The Orchard Business Centre, 35 Walton Street - from tomorrow afternoon. ENJOY!

www.neighbourly.co.nz...

PERFECT to share with visitors to our region.

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