Manukau - Wiri, Auckland

11 days ago

Are you up for Drop Your Boss 2019?

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Our Tamariki face many obstacles in this ever-changing world … so we are asking ‘bosses’ across New Zealand to accept their own challenge, step outside their comfort zone and take part in Drop Your Boss 2019!

Drop Your Boss is an annual fundraiser for the Graeme Dingle Foundation where we … View more
Our Tamariki face many obstacles in this ever-changing world … so we are asking ‘bosses’ across New Zealand to accept their own challenge, step outside their comfort zone and take part in Drop Your Boss 2019!

Drop Your Boss is an annual fundraiser for the Graeme Dingle Foundation where we ask our Corporate Partners and Business Leaders to nominate their Boss to step off Auckland’s iconic building – The Sky Tower. All we ask is that your team fundraise through our Givealittle page and raise as much as possible to see your Boss dropped! All funds raised will support the work the Graeme Dingle Foundation does with young people across Aotearoa.

We invite staff, family and friends to come along and witness their Boss literally ‘go over the edge’ – all in the community spirit of the Graeme Dingle Foundation.

Sign up for Drop Your Boss and Walk The Talk with us!

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11 days ago

About galaxy airbuds

Pardeep from Papatoetoe

Anyone bought galaxy note 10 +?in how many days you got ur airbuds ?

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11 days ago

MEDIUM GRAIN RICE

Salman from Otahuhu

AVAILABLE 30KG BAGS OF MEDIUM GRAIN RICE FOR $49 EACH.
CONTACT 0224707971

Negotiable

11 days ago

Metal

Emma from Papatoetoe

Free metal at 90 swaffield road papatoetoe..trampoline bars swing bars you have to dismantel yourself..pick up only

Free

11 days ago

Confidence

NumberWorks'nWords Manukau

This is what we do every day! Confidence is the key to success.

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11 days ago

Freshen your curtains and free them from stains

The Team from Textile Cleaning Services Ltd

Breathe new life into your curtains when you choose to have them professionally cleaned and repaired.

Come talk to our specialist curtain and blind cleaners!

Our experienced curtain and drape cleaning team know exactly how to remove ugly stains, blemishes and marks from your window … View more
Breathe new life into your curtains when you choose to have them professionally cleaned and repaired.

Come talk to our specialist curtain and blind cleaners!

Our experienced curtain and drape cleaning team know exactly how to remove ugly stains, blemishes and marks from your window furnishings.

Our full service includes our team taking down your curtains and blinds, cleaning them and then rehanging your blinds. Alternatively, you can choose to deliver your blinds to our North Shore cleaning facility. Customers that drop off and pick up their blinds receive a discount off the cleaning cost.

We have been cleaning curtains and blinds for Aucklanders for over 20 years so come and see us at 5A Kaimahi Road, Wairau Park or visit our website.

For professional curtains and blind cleaning throughout Auckland, please contact Textile Curtain Cleaning to obtain your free quote.

Open Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm
Call us 09 473 5350
Find out more

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12 days ago

What's On: Probus Club of Mangere Bridge

Janet from Mangere Bridge

Active retirees are invited to come along for fun, meet new friends, trips and interesting speakers. Meets 4th Friday. October speaker: Penny Hickey, Refugee Centre, Mangere.
Probus Club of Mangere Bridge
  • Bridge Park Bowling Club
12 days ago

What qualities are important in a partner and how did you meet your partner?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Manukau Courier

Hi neighbours, A survey of 2000 Kiwis has shown different generations place value different qualities when looking for love. Young adults, aged 16 to 34, ranked a sense of humour as the most important quality in a partner, where as most 55- to 64-year-olds viewed sharing values as more important … View moreHi neighbours, A survey of 2000 Kiwis has shown different generations place value different qualities when looking for love. Young adults, aged 16 to 34, ranked a sense of humour as the most important quality in a partner, where as most 55- to 64-year-olds viewed sharing values as more important than sharing a laugh together. Younger people were also more likely to judge potential partners on their looks and perhaps unsurprisingly, more likely to meet their significant other online. What do you think is the most important quality in a partner and how did you meet yours? Please write "NFP" if you don't want your comment to appear in stories.

12 days ago

Confectionary Day!

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

Some of the fantastic cakes prepared by our Diploma students during the special two days of learning confectionary including a tribute to our native New Zealand bird, Kiwi!

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12 days ago

What's On: Rhymetime with Stories

Wendy from Remuera

Weekly free children programme Rhymetime with Stories for pre-schoolers at Manukau Library. Friday 10:30am -11:00am. Address: 3 Osterley Way, Manukau.
Rhymetime with Stories
  • Manukau Library
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12 days ago

What's On: Crystal Visions Holistic Market

Michelle from Beach Haven

Nurturing Body, Mind & Spirit - Aucklands Weekly Wellbeing Event. Sat 19th Oct 10am till 3pm. (Next to KFC) Readers, Healers, Crystals, Jewellery, Product & More. Details www.crystalvisions.co.nz
Crystal Visions Holistic Market
  • Pakuranga Community Hall
12 days ago

What do local elections mean to you?

The Team Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Hi neighbours, my name is Brittany and I am a reporter with the Sunday Star Times. I'm looking for a family who's willing to talk to me about what local elections mean for them - the big issues that will affect you this year such as rates, transport etc.

Please get in touch if you are… View more
Hi neighbours, my name is Brittany and I am a reporter with the Sunday Star Times. I'm looking for a family who's willing to talk to me about what local elections mean for them - the big issues that will affect you this year such as rates, transport etc.

Please get in touch if you are available to chat today or tomorrow - you must be willing to be quite open, as you may be asked about budget, household income and if you own your own home etc. To get in touch, email brittany.keogh@fairfaxmedia.co.nz (Please note that we will need you to be named and photographed for the story).

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12 days ago

How a café owner gave a homeless man a job...

AMI Insurance

Tom Reilly took a chance on a local homeless man, Matty Harris, and gave him a job in his cafe and art space in Titirangi. As a result, Matty has found a sense of purpose and rediscovered his passion for art. “Tom has taken me as I am and given me opportunities that no-one else would. It would be… View moreTom Reilly took a chance on a local homeless man, Matty Harris, and gave him a job in his cafe and art space in Titirangi. As a result, Matty has found a sense of purpose and rediscovered his passion for art. “Tom has taken me as I am and given me opportunities that no-one else would. It would be good if kindness like that was contagious.”

To read more about this inspiring act of kindness visit the AMI Hub.

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