380 days ago

Big House and Big Land For Sale!

Harcourts Otahuhu, Reliable Real Estate Ltd

👉 5 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms including master bedroom and walk-in wardrobe plus ensuite and 3 toilets
👉 Easy parking for all cars, the boat and truck and trailers you name it!
👉 A single carport, single garage, another tandem lockup garage plus workshop which has the potential to be converted into another minor household unit (Subject to Council Approval).
👉 Massive backyard with plenty of fruit trees and gardens to please all greenfingers.
👉 A large dining room can easily fit that 8 seater table you have at home, and you will never run out of cupboard space with the massive kitchen.

You must see this property in person before you decide elsewhere, you will be impressed at the potential and the size so message me now for more details 📲

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1 day ago

Are your school leavers struggling to find work?

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star-Times is investigating unemployment in young people, particularly those who have just graduated high school or university and are struggling to find work, even part-time work, possibly because of Covid. If you or your child would be willing to speak to us please email warwick.rasmussen@stuff.co.nz.

12 minutes ago

What does it mean to be Indian in Aotearoa?

The Team from Auckland Museum

Next Sunday 8 November Auckland Museum is hosting a free panel discussion with members of Auckland's Indian community, as they explore the prejudice and pressures, as well as the joys, of their unique identity. Panellists for the evening of kōrero include Sarah Dutt, Rohan Adarkar, Kartika Singh, Karishma Kumar and Vinod Suresh.

The event is free but is ticketed, so be sure to secure your seat here: bit.ly...

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1 day ago

Pōhutukawa vandalism: Allegations among Karaka residents - was it an inside job?

Reporter Reporter from Auckland Stuff

A series of accusatory hand-written notes have been delivered to residents of Harbourside Drive following Sunday’s vandalism of several trees.

Locals are feeling “absolutely disgusted” at the suggestion that they are behind the incident, which involved a vandal felling eight street pōhutukawa trees with a chainsaw.

Paul and Sue Wilson, who have lived on the road for over 10 years, arrived home on Monday from a trip to Waiheke Island to find a line of felled trees and a curt hand-written note in their letterbox.

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