Henderson, Auckland

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30 days ago

Poll: Have you donated to a community pantry?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

With the cost of living leaving many families without, community pantries or pātaka kai are popping up across the country.

This is a resident-led initiative where people can anonymously take what they need or give away their excess food. Have you ever donated to a community pantry?

Type … View more
With the cost of living leaving many families without, community pantries or pātaka kai are popping up across the country.

This is a resident-led initiative where people can anonymously take what they need or give away their excess food. Have you ever donated to a community pantry?

Type 'Not For Print' if you wish your comments to be excluded from the Conversations column of your local paper.

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Have you donated to a community pantry?
  • 51.7% Yes, I have
    51.7% Complete
  • 21.8% No, I haven't
    21.8% Complete
  • 14.3% I hadn't heard of this before
    14.3% Complete
  • 12.1% I would like to in the future
    12.1% Complete
2257 votes
27 days ago

Ryman Achieves Wellbeing Tick Accreditation

Miriam Corban Retirement Village

Ryman Healthcare is pleased to announce it’s been awarded the Wellbeing Tick, a significant milestone marking the company as the first healthcare organisation in New Zealand and Australia to receive this accreditation.

The Wellbeing Tick is a workplace accreditation programme that recognises … View more
Ryman Healthcare is pleased to announce it’s been awarded the Wellbeing Tick, a significant milestone marking the company as the first healthcare organisation in New Zealand and Australia to receive this accreditation.

The Wellbeing Tick is a workplace accreditation programme that recognises organisations that commit to the wellbeing of their people and are ready to make systemic changes to the way they operate.

The programme is based on an award-winning and globally researched framework, aiming to set the standard for workplace wellbeing practices in New Zealand and Australia.

Click to read the full story.

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27 days ago

WIN 1 of 3 X $50 Gift Cards!

The Team from NZ Compare

Welcome to the Year of the Dragon - the symbol of power!

WIN 1 of 3 $50 gift cards in our Lunar New Year contest:
Simply share which month does your household's power bill PEAK and why to WIN! CLICK below to enter!

Let NZ Compare power up your year!
Entry ends on 12/2.

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27 days ago

Massey high uniform

Selena from West Harbour

Anyone after massey high uniform contact me

Price: $600

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28 days ago

Car detailing services

Jiju from Titirangi

Hello neighbours.! I am running a small car detailing service for our local residents in and around Titirangi. I have outlined more details below. Please feel free to get in touch and I appreciate your support. Have a nice day.!

Negotiable

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28 days ago

Jigsaw and multisanding machine

Alex Neighbourly Lead from Henderson

In good used condition comes with u used pads

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30 days ago

Bare Backside On Show In Glen Eden.

Shona from Titirangi

I was in the Hospice Shop on Captain Scott Road in Glen Eden last Thursday, January 25th. I was wearing a pair of shorts and summer top.
While looking at women's clothing when a male approached me and complimented me on the shorts I was wearing. He mentioned how much he liked the lace on the … View more
I was in the Hospice Shop on Captain Scott Road in Glen Eden last Thursday, January 25th. I was wearing a pair of shorts and summer top.
While looking at women's clothing when a male approached me and complimented me on the shorts I was wearing. He mentioned how much he liked the lace on the bottom and said he needs to do something like that as his shots were too short. He seemed a bit creepy so I pushed past him and I moved to another part of the shop. I quickly noticed he was right behind me, so feeling slightly uncomfortable, I again moved into another aisle. He saw me and turned his back and I could see he had cut his shorts so they looked like a G string. His backside was literally hanging out of is shorts for all the world to see. He continued to follow me around the store, so I approached two girls who worked there and gave them a description of what he looked like, and how his backside was hanging out of his pants etc. Unfortunately he had seen me talking to them and he quickly left the shop. What bothered me the most was, there were several young kids in the shop at the time. He was quite tall, a bit chunky, had somewhat dark skin, bald head and had a blue and white striped t shirt on, and shorts. He sounded quite feminine when he spoke. I have seen him in that same shop before, and that time he was telling me his shorts were too short and he needed to get another pair. That time he had cut up the front of his shorts, and yes, they were VERY short and his crown jewels were very close to being exposed. He obviously has some kind of mental health issues to be behaving like this in public, and it seems he gets some sort of sexual gratification from his behaviour and the publics reaction. Unfortunately I cannot un-see what I saw! And yes, while it sounds funny, I didn't appreciate it. This all took place around 11-1pm last Thursday. I just hope any children in that shop didn't see what I saw. Just thought I should let people know about him and watch out for him in The Hospice Shop.

28 days ago

NZFarmer January

The Team Reporter from NZ Farmer - North Island

Hello everyone hope you are doing great. The January issue of NZFarmer is now out so make sure you grab your copy today. You can also sign up to our fortnightly newsletter: www.stuff.co.nz...
Hope you enjoy reading it.
Sonita

28 days ago

Toddlertoys

Alex Neighbourly Lead from Henderson

In great condition

Negotiable

28 days ago

January product recalls

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

These items have been recalled during the month of January for varying reasons. Click on the item below to read more info:

Kiwigarden dairy free coconut yoghurt drops
BlendJet 2 portable blenders
Ikea cot
Lindsay Farm organic raw milk
Pinwheel
Roo take-apart vehicle
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These items have been recalled during the month of January for varying reasons. Click on the item below to read more info:

Kiwigarden dairy free coconut yoghurt drops
BlendJet 2 portable blenders
Ikea cot
Lindsay Farm organic raw milk
Pinwheel
Roo take-apart vehicle
Urban Rescue fire engine toy|
Several cars such as Toyota, Audi and Volkswagon

We hope this update helps your household stay safe. We'll keep you informed.

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29 days ago

Several streets in Parnell closed

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Several streets in a busy Auckland Central suburb are closed due to an unfolding “police issue” this morning.

What you need to know:
- Police confirmed they are responding to an ongoing incident in the Parnell Rise area at 10.40am.
“This is an isolated incident and involves concerns for … View more
Several streets in a busy Auckland Central suburb are closed due to an unfolding “police issue” this morning.

What you need to know:
- Police confirmed they are responding to an ongoing incident in the Parnell Rise area at 10.40am.
“This is an isolated incident and involves concerns for a person’s wellbeing,” a police spokesperson said.
- Auckland Transport announced at 10.20am that several streets off of Parnell Rd have been closed:
York St
Bath St
Eglon St
Fox St
Earle St
Bradford St
- Auckland Transport said “Avoid this area or expect delays with diversions in place affecting all traffic, including bus services.”

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30 days ago

Avondale College uniform

Maria from Te Atatu South

I have 2 pairs of Avondale College Senior black shorts for sale in size 92 which is approx a medium, as well as 1× pair of grey 92cm, and 2x grey 97cm which is approx large. Listed in TM but happy to sell at $12 a pair. Pick up Te Atatu Sth.

Price: $12

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30 days ago

Philips Video Recorder

Diana from Henderson

Philips Video Recorder

Free

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33 days ago

Literacy

John from Glen Eden

I am starting on online (Zoom) programme that develops English speech, reading and working memory development in tandem. i am interested in training people who are highly literate with very good , Kiwi English. When I have enough paying students I will give them to a trainee. However, I am not good… View moreI am starting on online (Zoom) programme that develops English speech, reading and working memory development in tandem. i am interested in training people who are highly literate with very good , Kiwi English. When I have enough paying students I will give them to a trainee. However, I am not good at using Zoom, so I need practice, too My website is www.readspeak.co.nz.... The image is 15 years old .

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31 days ago

Te Atatu Food Truck Friday - THIS Friday - February 2nd

Joseph from Te Atatu South

Te Atatu Food Truck Friday is back THIS Friday (February 2nd) kicking of the new year with a mega lineup of food and entertainment. There will be some of Auckland’s best street food along with the Te Atatu repair café and plant swap. Save the date at www.facebook.com....

February 2nd - … View more
Te Atatu Food Truck Friday is back THIS Friday (February 2nd) kicking of the new year with a mega lineup of food and entertainment. There will be some of Auckland’s best street food along with the Te Atatu repair café and plant swap. Save the date at www.facebook.com....

February 2nd - 4:30pm to 8:30pm – Te Atatu South Community Centre.

The food trucks joining us on the night will be:

- Captain Kai Moana - Classic NZ kaimoana goodness like mouth-watering scallops in fry bread and the occasional scrumptious crayfish.
- Nom Nom - South East Asian inspired rice bowls brimming with flavour
- Natalia’s food journey - Serving up fried chicken, pulled pork sliders and other tantalising treats.
- Hash n Smash – Scintillating smash burgers along with hash bites and tacos.
- The Corner – Yummy loaded corn fritters.
- Ice Cream Social – Delicious real fruit ice cream
- Victor and Vern - Serving your coffee, iced chocolate and homemade soda fix.

There is a stacked entertainment lineup with free mask making with the Sur collective inside the main hall and free ReCreators craft workshop. There will also be free facepainting, free henna tattooing, free photobooth and free rainbow hairties and rainbow nails plus our regular feel-good tunes.

Come grab some tasty food and soak up the community vibes. Plenty of seating available outside, inside or picnic in the park. Parking available on site with overflow parking available on the grass field behind the St Johns hall. Walking or cycling up makes it even easier.

A great way to spend a Friday night.

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