My colleague Jo is writing a story about buying by tender, specifically, the new trend of writing letters to the vendor to explain why they should pick your offer over all the rest.
As the market gets harder and harder to break into, we've been hearing more and more about people trying to make a personal connection with vendors to give their tender offers the edge. We've heard folks will include personal details about their family, why the love the house and what their plans for the property are.
Jo would love to talk to anyone who's written a letter like this to accompany a tender - perhaps it's you, perhaps a relative or friend - or from vendors who've received letters like this, accompanying a tender.
Perhaps you asked for such letters?
We'd love to hear more about that experience for you and how it shaped the way the sale went.
You can reach out to jo here (she'll be joining the Neighbourly neighbourhood soon!) or via our email: email@example.com.
Looking forward to hearing your stories.
Just wanted to share our awesome Community Zumba classes in Ormiston and how much we love to share our passion for community health and fitness (and obvs we want us all to have fun lol)
For all age groups, cultures and backgrounds.
Open to all fitness and dance levels.
I am a reps registered and qualified group fitness instructor and will be able to assist or advise on alternative movements if you have any restrictions :D
O.C Unleashed - Dance & Fitness
Wednesday night classes at Te Uho o te Nikau Primary School 6.15pm
$5 per class
Free for under 15 years and over 65 years ☺
Saturday morning Free outdoor Zumba classes 9.30am Barry Curtis Park, Flat Bush School road :D these are sponsored by Howick Local Board and Out and About Auckland
Saturday Zumba 4pm at Ormiston Primary School
$5 per class 尊巴舞班，每次课$5
with our team and
Botany & Flat Bush Ethnic Association Inc.
If you have any questions fire away :D ^_^
Flights from India to New Zealand will be suspended for two weeks in a bid to curb the rising number of travellers testing positive on arrival.
Stuff reported the restrictions ahead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's announcement that officials had recommended the drastic and unprecedented move in light of a massive wave of cases in India.
At a press conference in Auckland on Thursday afternoon, Ardern announced that no-one who had recently been in India would be allowed into the country until April 28.
The ban covers all travellers, including New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.
This suspension will take place from 4pm on April 11 and will be in place until April 28.
India is currently battling a massive resurgence of the virus, with about 116,000 new cases announced on April 6 alone.
Auckland barrister Grant Illingworth, QC, said that under civil aviation law the Government could deny entry to aircraft and vessels from other countries.
New Zealand citizens have the right to enter the country and that right could not be taken away except by authority from Parliament, Illingworth said.
“But just because a New Zealand citizen is on a plane doesn’t mean that the whole plane will be allowed to come to New Zealand, and the Government almost certainly does have the authority to shut down flights from particular countries.”
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