913 days ago

Last chance for Double Airpoints in April!

Janne Wallace from Bayleys Real Estate Titirangi

Promotion ends Monday 30th April!
Talk to us now about how you could earn up to 1,000 Airpoint Dollars when you sell your property with Bayleys.

For more information and T&C's contact us today!

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1 hour ago

Ladies' Litera-tea - Women writers and cakes!

The Women's Bookshop

What a delicious way to spend a Sunday afternoon - gathering with a couple of hundred women to listen to some of NZ's top women writers and indulge in a lavish afternoon tea.

Featured writers include Hinemoa Elder on Maori wisdom, award-winning novelist Catherine Chidgey, Pasifika poet Karlo Mila, MP Golriz Ghahraman, photographer Jane Ussher, with the food writer this year being the extraordinary Monique Fiso from famous Hiakai restaurant in Wellington.

Sunday 1 November 1pm-5.30pm Raye Freedman Arts Centre, Epsom Girls
Tickets $65 (includes lavish afternoon tea) from The Women's Bookshop
(09) 3764399 books@womensbookshop.co.nz
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1 hour ago

Let’s Recycle Right, Auckland

The Team from Auckland Council

There are three simple things we can do to help improve the quality of recycling that’s being collected.
1. Completely empty out containers, especially ones with liquid or drink.
2. Rinse out all containers. The cleaner the better is the rule of thumb.
3. Sort your waste carefully to make sure only the right recyclable containers from the kitchen, bathroom and laundry go in the recycling bin

Are you are recycling legend? Play the game now to improve your kerbside recycling. See if you know what can and what can’t go into your kerbside recycling bin.
Learn more

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2 days ago

Auckland Council needs to stop driving people out of their homes.

Jay from New Lynn

Every house in New Lynn is now being sold as a "development opportunity". Intensive terraced and multiunit developments are going up everywhere driving existing residents out of their homes and resulting in massive loss of greenspace and trees. This council clearly doesn't give a toss about climate change. These new developments are purely for the benefit of offshore investors who are still allowed to buy new builds. Many of the new units are still empty, priced out of reach of first home buyers. Now a massive new 5 storey development is planned for Rata Street plus others in the neighbourhood. They are all issued non notified consents in spite of multiple infringements. This council needs to be held accountable.