Hauraki, Auckland

24 days ago

Where the bloody hell are ya? Search under way for wallaby at Long Bay Regional Park

Caroline Williams Reporter from North Shore Times

Kia ora neighbours. Auckland Council is investigating after receiving a report of a wallaby at Long Bay Regional Park.

The council will conduct a thermal imaging drone survey after a park volunteer claimed to have seen the wallaby, head of natural environment delivery Phil Brown​ said.

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Kia ora neighbours. Auckland Council is investigating after receiving a report of a wallaby at Long Bay Regional Park.

The council will conduct a thermal imaging drone survey after a park volunteer claimed to have seen the wallaby, head of natural environment delivery Phil Brown​ said.

Wallabies are considered a pest under the Regional Pest Management Plan. It is illegal to breed, sell, move or exhibit them without a permit under the Biosecurity Act 1993.

There are wallaby populations in the Bay of Plenty, Waikato and South Canterbury areas and on Kawau Island in the Hauraki Gulf, however they are not established in mainland Auckland.

If there is a wallaby at the park, Brown said it was likely it would have been taken there by people.

“Given the seclusive nature of the wallaby, making it difficult to detect, and the significant threat they pose to our native biodiversity and primary production, the most efficient and effective course of action should a wallaby be detected is to shoot the animal.”

Click 'read more' for the full story.

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24 days ago

NEED TO SECURE YOUR WINDOWS AND DOORS?

Exceed - we fix windows & doors

EXCEED we fix windows & doors specialists can help you with 5 top tips to improve your home security:

1- Install window security stays to increase security, natural safe ventilation and prevent children falling from high windows
2- Install hinge bolts to stop doors from being lifted out of … View more
EXCEED we fix windows & doors specialists can help you with 5 top tips to improve your home security:

1- Install window security stays to increase security, natural safe ventilation and prevent children falling from high windows
2- Install hinge bolts to stop doors from being lifted out of their frames
3- Upgrade beads and rubbers to hold any glass in place
4- Install a multi-point locking system for any doors
5- Install security screens on all doors to keep your family safe

If you need someone to evaluate your home security, give us a call and we can assist you in determining the level of security you may require and advise on what products will best suit your needs .

Call your local Exceed team on: 0800 25 25 00
Every time you book a visit with us you support a Kiwi business and family. Buy local to support locals :)

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24 days ago
24 days ago

Cash for your wrecked car! Call us 0800 500 001

AAA Auto Parts

Hi neighbours,

Support your local business. We are open in Level 3 operating under Government guidelines with social distancing and masks.

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your … View more
Hi neighbours,

Support your local business. We are open in Level 3 operating under Government guidelines with social distancing and masks.

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day removal
* Free quotes over the phone

We will beat any prices in the market by 10%.

Support your local business.
Give us a call on ** 0800 50 00 01 ** and we will be happy to have a chat.
Find out more

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24 days ago

The Ultimate Alternative to school!

Vision College

Does your teen disengage at school? At Vision College, we offer the ‘Ultimate’ alternative to school!

The Ultimate programmes are free and designed for 16-19 year olds who didn’t enjoy school and are looking to gain skills and insight towards a pathway for their future. Ultimate offers the… View more
Does your teen disengage at school? At Vision College, we offer the ‘Ultimate’ alternative to school!

The Ultimate programmes are free and designed for 16-19 year olds who didn’t enjoy school and are looking to gain skills and insight towards a pathway for their future. Ultimate offers the opportunity for students to earn NZQA qualifications, credits towards NCEA Level 1 and 2, and explore a range of practical study and career tasters.

We are enrolling now for 2022!

Click here to find out more about Ultimate and to enrol your teen.
Find out more

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24 days ago

Fisher and Paykel fridge freezer 373 ltr. Not working.

Jean from Bayswater

Unfortunately not working but still in reasonable condition.
Perhaps may be of interest to someone with skills to fix.
The friend who gave it to us sometime ago said it could be the motor capacitor??

Free

24 days ago

Dreaming about starting your own food business?

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

Join us for one day for a live and interactive workshop to learn about how to start turning your food business dream into reality. Starting with important information from your local council and working through the approval process. We will also talk about farmer’s markets, pop-ups, food control … View moreJoin us for one day for a live and interactive workshop to learn about how to start turning your food business dream into reality. Starting with important information from your local council and working through the approval process. We will also talk about farmer’s markets, pop-ups, food control plans and how to cost your food.

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25 days ago

Kōwhai magazine is out now!

Ryman Healthcare Limited

In this spring edition we’re looking at ways to promote being kind to yourself – both physically and mentally.

Learn yoga poses from Ryman resident and yoga lover Lynette. Brighten up your garden while enjoying some fresh air, with tips from landscaping guru Matt.

We all know that food … View more
In this spring edition we’re looking at ways to promote being kind to yourself – both physically and mentally.

Learn yoga poses from Ryman resident and yoga lover Lynette. Brighten up your garden while enjoying some fresh air, with tips from landscaping guru Matt.

We all know that food brings people together, so follow Manu’s guide to creating the most delicious platter to share with your friends and whānau.
Read our free online copy

25 days ago

Working Bee for Woodall Park Pump Track

Libby Boyd from Devonport Rotary Club

Devonport Rotary is calling for volunteers
Saturday 20th November 8 am to 1pm

Your efforts will get us off to a flying start, so bring your wheelbarrow and shovel and help shift some metal into the new foundation.
We will also have a bobcat helping on site.

This project will be the hottest place… View more
Devonport Rotary is calling for volunteers
Saturday 20th November 8 am to 1pm

Your efforts will get us off to a flying start, so bring your wheelbarrow and shovel and help shift some metal into the new foundation.
We will also have a bobcat helping on site.

This project will be the hottest place for kids to be when completed

If you are unable to help on the day maybe you would like to donate to our Givealittle Page.
givealittle.co.nz...

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26 days ago

HOUSING INTENSIFICATION

Garth from Hillcrest

I have made my feelings clear about the above topic but cant help revisiting it. Today, on my way from work I witnessed another of the now normal projects in progress. I couldn't help but cringe at the sight of beautiful brown, rich, life sustaining soil being scraped off the section to make … View moreI have made my feelings clear about the above topic but cant help revisiting it. Today, on my way from work I witnessed another of the now normal projects in progress. I couldn't help but cringe at the sight of beautiful brown, rich, life sustaining soil being scraped off the section to make way for a concrete/ building base. I am unashamedly a person of the earth and it just looks and feels like Mother Nature is being abused. I can't help thinking we are no better than those burning the Amazon or who engage in other activities which desecrate the earth. Once upon a time there was at least some recycling of building materials by demolition companies. Now, dwellings get bulldozed and end up in landfill. Very hypocritical from councils, the government and Greens to let this happen.

26 days ago

Auckland Museum reopening Monday 15 November

The Team from Auckland Museum

Great news Tāmaki Makaurau! We're delighted to be reopening our doors to you at 10am next Monday, with precautions in place to keep you safe.

Things to know:
😷 Visitors 12+ must wear a mask
📱 Scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app
↔️ Keep 2m distance
☕ Our cafés are open for … View more
Great news Tāmaki Makaurau! We're delighted to be reopening our doors to you at 10am next Monday, with precautions in place to keep you safe.

Things to know:
😷 Visitors 12+ must wear a mask
📱 Scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app
↔️ Keep 2m distance
☕ Our cafés are open for takeaways, to enjoy outside
🛍️ The Museum Store will be open

Find out more about visiting in Level 3 Step 2 here: bit.ly...

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26 days ago

It's BBQ season again

The Team from Textile Cleaning Services

Summer's coming and it's BBQ season once again!

There will be lots of bonding moments at home with the whanau so make sure your house is spick and span. Dirty curtains and blinds are often the thing we ignore so Textile Cleaning Services is here to the rescue.

Trust the expertsView more
Summer's coming and it's BBQ season once again!

There will be lots of bonding moments at home with the whanau so make sure your house is spick and span. Dirty curtains and blinds are often the thing we ignore so Textile Cleaning Services is here to the rescue.

Trust the experts who know how to remove unsightly stains, nasty odours, mildew and mould spores that leave curtains and blinds less their best.

For the best fabric curtain and blind cleaning in Auckland, call the experts now for a quote.
Contact us

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26 days ago

More properties are wanted because the market is still 🔥 HOT 🔥 !!

Jijo Sebastian from Northcote

You don't have to wait for the lockdown levels to drop; we have systems 🖥 and processes in place that allow us to continue listing and selling real estate even when the lockdown is in effect.
Many buyers got missed out.
More properties are wanted because the market is still 🔥 HOT … View more
You don't have to wait for the lockdown levels to drop; we have systems 🖥 and processes in place that allow us to continue listing and selling real estate even when the lockdown is in effect.
Many buyers got missed out.
More properties are wanted because the market is still 🔥 HOT 🔥 !!
#Birkenhead #auckland

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26 days ago

Givealittle Page now set up to raise funds for the Woodall Pump Track

Libby Boyd from Devonport Rotary Club

You can help Devonport Rotary finish stage 1 by
Making a donation to Givealittle Woodall Park Pump Track givealittle.co.nz...

For more information email info@devonportrotary.co.nz

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