Eden Terrace, Auckland

14 hours ago

Is it time to protect more Auckland trees on private properties ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora Neighbours, Auckland is said to be losing 1,000 trees a week - felled on private property where there almost no rules to protect them. "Stop the Chop" wants better when the RMA is replaced. Do you agree? Read the story below:

1 day ago

Why is Auckland Council selling the work of 320 staff?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora Neighbours, Behind closed doors councillors have decided to try to sell its parks and facilities maintenance business that employs 320 staff. Should we know why ? Read the story below :

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2 hours ago

MEGA NETWORKING EVENT & REAL ESTATE SHOWCASE

Mai from Mai Pham - RE/MAX Real Estate

Your NETWORK = Your NETWORTH

Calling all solicitors, property managers, real estate agents, accountants, personal assistants, office managers, people from trades industry, banks, financial institutions, business development managers, advertising agencies, IT industry, start-ups, entrepreneurs, … View more
Your NETWORK = Your NETWORTH

Calling all solicitors, property managers, real estate agents, accountants, personal assistants, office managers, people from trades industry, banks, financial institutions, business development managers, advertising agencies, IT industry, start-ups, entrepreneurs, business owners, investors, people wanting big personal business growth and more.

There will be drinks, nibbles, plenty of business mix-n-mingle networking – and even brand presentation opportunities.

Join us – make the most of this opportunity, and turn OUR Network into YOUR Networth.

👉 Sign up:
events.remax.co.nz...

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3 hours ago

Barbell Earring

Phillip from Mount Eden

Stainless steel 16G 3/8" barbell earring, should probably sterilize before use, I've used it to stretch an ear piercing.

Free

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4 hours ago

Nanny needed Mt Eden

Jane from Mount Eden

Hi, our family is looking for a nanny Monday to Thursday urgently. We have two children, 7 (girl) and 5 (boy) who are good natured and friendly. You will need a license but we provide a car for you to use to transport the kids to various activities. Willing to pay a good rate for the right person, … View moreHi, our family is looking for a nanny Monday to Thursday urgently. We have two children, 7 (girl) and 5 (boy) who are good natured and friendly. You will need a license but we provide a car for you to use to transport the kids to various activities. Willing to pay a good rate for the right person, and can be flexible with hours if you want more work, finish time would be 6pm. Help required ASAP.

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4 hours ago

UPDATE! ZIGGY JUST CAME HOME!!! SOOOO RELIEVED! ZIGGY HASN’T COME HOME! WE ARE VERY WORRIED!

Fiona from Grey Lynn

He always come for dinner and he hasn’t been seen since a bit after lunch time. He is microchipped and has a grey collar with a purple heart-shaped tag with his name and my number on it. If you have seen him please let me know. He is a Blue Burmese (grey colour). We live on Rose Rd and he visits … View moreHe always come for dinner and he hasn’t been seen since a bit after lunch time. He is microchipped and has a grey collar with a purple heart-shaped tag with his name and my number on it. If you have seen him please let me know. He is a Blue Burmese (grey colour). We live on Rose Rd and he visits the neighbours often.

8 hours ago

Recycle, Reuse, Relove

Redcross Sandringham from Red Cross Shop Sandringham

Help the world change By setting the example : Recycle , Reuse , Re love . Come and find us at 571 Sandringham.

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8 hours ago

What's On: STARS OF PASIFIKA POETRY

Ria from Waterview

'Stars of Pasifika Poetry' at Te Atatū Peninsula Library! Performances by acclaimed Pacific authors and champion spoken-word artists. FREE event, refreshments and parking! See our library Facebook page for details.
STARS OF PASIFIKA POETRY
  • Te Atatū Peninsula Library
1 day ago

Gone is the tank farm - behold the start of a waterfront park

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora Neighbours, Out of public glare, those big petrol chemical storage tanks have gone from Wynyard Point near the Harbour Bridge. The long job of turning it into a 5ha harbourside park is ahead. Read the story below:

9 hours ago

What's On: Free funeral planning seminar

Lisa from Ponsonby

This Seminar is designed to empower and educate about the practical and legal issues that need to be considered when a bereavement occurs.To register Ph: 820 0184 or email: alanam@ageconak.org.nz
Free funeral planning seminar
  • Ponsonby Community Centre
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1 day ago

Welding

Charlie from Sandringham

Hey guys im lookin for someone who does abit of home welding ,need cuppla bits welded up on a trailer im building
Tx

12 hours ago

New Zealand Sommelier of the year - 2021

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

Congratulations to Andrea Martinisi as he is awarded New Zealand Sommelier of the Year 2021.

Andrea Martinisi is presented with the New Zealand Sommelier of the Year 2021 trophy by Marek Przyborek (NZ Sommelier of the Year 2018) and chair of the Examination Committee with Celia Hay, chair of New … View more
Congratulations to Andrea Martinisi as he is awarded New Zealand Sommelier of the Year 2021.

Andrea Martinisi is presented with the New Zealand Sommelier of the Year 2021 trophy by Marek Przyborek (NZ Sommelier of the Year 2018) and chair of the Examination Committee with Celia Hay, chair of New Zealand Sommeliers and Wine Professionals Association. Andrea is General Manager and Head Sommelier of The Grove Restaurant, Auckland. Marek is head sommelier at Amisfield, Central Otago.

The day started with the Theory Assessment (60 minutest) and Blind Tasting of 2 wines. The white wine was Saint Clair Pioneer Block Gewurztraminer 2020 from Marlborough and from Spain, Muga Seleccion Especial Rioja 2016. The Practical included a restaurant scenario to decant a bottle of Te Mata Awatea 2018 and provide a food pairing. This was made a little tricky as we also had a bottle Te Mata Awatea 2019 on the sideboard... to check if the candidates were reading the label!

The Practical also featured a spirit tasting where candidates were asked to identify 4 spirits. This year the spirits were Bacardi, Tequila Blanco, Jack Daniels, Calvados.

13 hours ago

Parnell Festival of Roses 2021

Dee Sims from Waitematā Local Board

Parnell Festival of Roses is back again this year, proudly funded by the Waitematā Local Board.

We are currently open to expressions of interest from performers and stall holders for this much-loved annual event. Please get in touch with us at parnellroses@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz to express your… View more
Parnell Festival of Roses is back again this year, proudly funded by the Waitematā Local Board.

We are currently open to expressions of interest from performers and stall holders for this much-loved annual event. Please get in touch with us at parnellroses@aucklandcouncil.govt.nz to express your interest in taking part.

Festival information:
Date: Sunday 14 November 2021
Time: 11.30am to 4.00pm
Location: Dove-Myer Robinson Park, Parnell
Expressions of Interest closure date: 5pm, Friday 3 September

1 day ago

FREE groceries and clothing for those in need

Shirley from Parnell

Church Unlimited is "opening our home" in August to the community!

If you, or anyone you know, is in need of food, clothes, blankets, baby gear or hygiene products, then you are welcome to drop in and take what you need.

Drop in dates are Thursday 5th August from 9am-12pm and 4pm-8pm … View more
Church Unlimited is "opening our home" in August to the community!

If you, or anyone you know, is in need of food, clothes, blankets, baby gear or hygiene products, then you are welcome to drop in and take what you need.

Drop in dates are Thursday 5th August from 9am-12pm and 4pm-8pm and Saturday 7th August 9am-5pm. All are welcome!

Address: Church Unlimited, 2A Augustus Terrace, Parnell (at the bottom of Parnell Rise near the railway bridge).

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1 day ago

Have Your Say: Auckland Light Rail

Dee Sims from Waitematā Local Board

Have your say about the proposal for light rail from the the City Centre to Māngere by 31 August 2021. You can give feedback, online, in-person, by phone, email or post. Read More to find out all about it. The next in-person feedback event is this Wednesday at OriFest in Otara 👇

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7 days ago

Who should foot the $250k bill for Auckland's damaged trains?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora Neighbours, Auckland Transport wants KiwiRail to stump up with the cost of repairing 19 trains, after a fallen stack of old rails, damaged the electric units. Who's at fault ? Read the story below:

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