Mount Eden, Auckland

12 hours ago

If cutting emissions is the big goal - why put up PT fares ?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Auckland is this year getting serious about reducing carbon emissions. Transport is the city's biggest single emitter. So how does it make sense to hike public transport fares? Read the story below:

18 minutes ago

PowerForce™ Helix | 2111F upright vacuum, lightweight, blue, as new, used once

Julianne from Grey Lynn

We bought in December 2020, however decided on another type. We tried it once, sucked up lots of dirt.
RRP Harvey Norman $299.00

Bissell PowerForce™ Helix | 2111F upright vacuum cleaner

The PowerForce® Helix™ vacuum cleaner offers longer lasting pick-up performance. Its Dual Edge … View more
We bought in December 2020, however decided on another type. We tried it once, sucked up lots of dirt.
RRP Harvey Norman $299.00

Bissell PowerForce™ Helix | 2111F upright vacuum cleaner

The PowerForce® Helix™ vacuum cleaner offers longer lasting pick-up performance. Its Dual Edge Cleaning provides Surround Suction, allowing you to clean hard-to-reach areas, such as around furniture.

Bagless vacuum cleaner
Powerful cyclonic action
No loss of suction
Lightweight
Easily stores away
Easily empties dirt after use
Tools: Crevice Tool; Dusting Brush; Extension Wand

Model # 2111F
Wattage 800-1000
Weight 4.99 kg
Warranty 2 Years
Power Cord Length7 m
Hose Length 2 m
Tank Capacity 1 L

Price: $140

2 hours ago

Re: Organic Tempeh (Catering Pack)

Sri from Sri's Foods Ltd (Cuisines of Indonesia)

Hello Caterers/Cafe/Restauranteurs & Food Production Companies🙋‍♀️
Looking for Authentic Tempeh? Check ours out😁 - plantbased goodness🌱

3 hours ago

House Wash NZ

Eva from House Wash NZ

Dear Neighbours, hope you had a great Tuesday so far. This is another house wash job done by our excellent House Wash team. Need to get your house washed? Please feel free to contact us at 021 0808 6145 for a FREE quote. Thanks 😊

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7 hours ago

Very fast dog

Young Jin from Epsom

Adopted dog by abandoned.
Playing very fast on the mountain

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8 hours ago

City Rail construction on track at Mt Eden

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Tunnelling work is steaming ahead under central Auckland as part of the City Rail Link project.

Construction during the holiday period has kept the infrastructure project on track for Tunnel Boring Machine work to start at the Mt Eden site in April.

“Since last Boxing Day our tireless crews … View more
Tunnelling work is steaming ahead under central Auckland as part of the City Rail Link project.

Construction during the holiday period has kept the infrastructure project on track for Tunnel Boring Machine work to start at the Mt Eden site in April.

“Since last Boxing Day our tireless crews have been going flat-stick in some pretty hot conditions and with hardly a breather – working seven days a week and sometimes around the clock,” said Nick Adams, North Auckland Line Deputy Construction Manager for the Link Alliance.

“Mt Eden’s big and complex with a lot going on and the holiday break’s been a great opportunity to keep the foot down firmly on the construction pedal and accelerate work. "

Mt Eden is home to the southern portal of the City Rail Link tunnel, New Zealand’s largest transport infrastructure project which will connect with the existing western Line.

The Link Alliance is delivering the main stations, tunnels and rail systems for the project.

Adams said the alliance's collaboration with KiwiRail over its closure of the western line for maintenance helped workers to forge ahead.

“With the line temporarily closed to trains, it made it safer for us to work in and around the rail corridor and complete a lot of our necessary work.”

The Link Alliance’s programme included track changes to prepare for the City Rail Link connection, relocating utilities, building retaining walls and new drains, piling and work associated with new bridges.

Meanwhile, there has been ongoing mining of the first 51 metres of tunnel to pave the way for the tunnel boring machine.

Go to www.cityraillink.co.nz... for more information.

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7 days ago

Protect and learn about Auckland's environment this summer

The Team from Auckland Council

Every season provides unique opportunities to treasure and restore Aucklands natural environment, and summer is no exception.

Get stuck in and support our environment with weeding, bird monitoring and trapping.

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10 hours ago

Is your shed the best in New Zealand?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

There's still time to enter The Resene Shed of the Year 2021. The winner receives $3000 worth of gardening gear and the runner-up receives $1075 worth of prizes.

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1 day ago

The 28 businesses visited by northland woman who tested positive for Covid-19

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

All locations a Northland woman visited before testing positive for Covid-19 after leaving managed isolation in Auckland have been made public.

They include a number of cafes, bars and shops, starting with FreshChoice in Ruakaka on January 14 from 3.03pm until 4.33pm.

Read more here:

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All locations a Northland woman visited before testing positive for Covid-19 after leaving managed isolation in Auckland have been made public.

They include a number of cafes, bars and shops, starting with FreshChoice in Ruakaka on January 14 from 3.03pm until 4.33pm.

Read more here:

www.stuff.co.nz...

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4 days ago

Enhance your International Wine Knowledge with our new Diploma of Wine (Full time & Part time)

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

The world of wine is exciting. We are delighted to announce two new NZQA qualifications: NZ Certificate in Professional Wine Knowledge Level 5 and the NZ Diploma of Wine Management Level 6, Starts 9 March 2021.

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1 day ago

Shelf

Vina from Mount Roskill

8 unit of 4 tier metal shelves can be disassemble (Picture shows 4 units with 2 tier; however there are 2 tiers can be added on for each unit).

Unit dimension: L 1.32 x H 1.80 x W 0.61 m

Must be picked by 7 February at Sandringham Road extension, Mt Roskill. Please contact Granada at 027 532 … View more
8 unit of 4 tier metal shelves can be disassemble (Picture shows 4 units with 2 tier; however there are 2 tiers can be added on for each unit).

Unit dimension: L 1.32 x H 1.80 x W 0.61 m

Must be picked by 7 February at Sandringham Road extension, Mt Roskill. Please contact Granada at 027 532 6281

Price: $300

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1 day ago

Have you seen this man?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Police investigating the aggravated robbery of the Vincent Mini Mart in Auckland's CBD would like to speak to this man.

They would also like to talk to the two customers who were in the store about 2.30 pm on Saturday.

At that time, a man entered the store and stood behind a shelving unit … View more
Police investigating the aggravated robbery of the Vincent Mini Mart in Auckland's CBD would like to speak to this man.

They would also like to talk to the two customers who were in the store about 2.30 pm on Saturday.

At that time, a man entered the store and stood behind a shelving unit while the sole staff member served two customers.

When the customers left, the man allegedly pointed a firearm at the staff member and demanded money.

He left the shop with an undisclosed sum, turned right onto Vincent St and walked towards Hopetoun Bridge.

Phone police on 105 and quote file number 210123/0838 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.





New Zealand Police

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1 day ago

Sweetwaters/Doc Martens

Phillip from Mount Eden

Sweetwaters 1999 pre-festival publicity/program, Doc Martens catalogue from London 2012. Take one or the other, it's up to you.

Free

1 day ago

What's On: Alberton Market Day!

Rendell from Mount Albert

An outdoor market featuring produce, crafts, food, plants and a pop-up tearoom! Learn about worm-farming at 11am and composting & bokashi at 12:30 with The Compost Collective. Free entry. 10am-2pm.
Alberton Market Day!
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1 day ago

Orakei local board launches noise complaint campaign

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Residents and businesses in Mission Bay are being urged to report noise pollution from cars with loud exhausts and booming stereos.

The Orakei local board has launched a noise complaint campaign to encourage members of the community to take a stand.

Cars with super loud exhaust systems or … View more
Residents and businesses in Mission Bay are being urged to report noise pollution from cars with loud exhausts and booming stereos.

The Orakei local board has launched a noise complaint campaign to encourage members of the community to take a stand.

Cars with super loud exhaust systems or retrofit stereos were some of the most difficult noise nuisances to deal with, said board chairman Scott Milne.

And meetings with residents, police, noise control officers and local board members have revealed that many instances of excessive noise were not being reported, he said.

Mission Bay Resident's Association chairman Don Stock said it only took a few inconsiderate show-offs to spoil the enjoyment of the suburb "but perhaps the actions of a few active residents can make a difference."

It is hoped the board campaign will boost the number of instances reported and ultimately cut noise issues for Mission Bay, said Milne.

You can dob in noisy cars to police on 501 or noise from other sources to Auckland Council: 09 301 0101

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1 day ago

Ministry of Health releases locations where positive case visited

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

UPDATE
1:28pm January 25

In a joint statement, the Northland and Auckland metropolitan DHBs have opened an additional two pop-up testing centres in Helensville and Mangawhai. The locations for these two testing centres are below:

- MANGAWHAI COMMUNITY TESTING CENTRE
Mangawhai Domain, 75 … View more
UPDATE
1:28pm January 25

In a joint statement, the Northland and Auckland metropolitan DHBs have opened an additional two pop-up testing centres in Helensville and Mangawhai. The locations for these two testing centres are below:

- MANGAWHAI COMMUNITY TESTING CENTRE
Mangawhai Domain, 75 Moir Street, Mangawhai

- HELENSVILLE COMMUNITY TESTING CENTRE
Te Whare Oranga ō Parakai, 11 Parakai Ave, Parakai
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The Ministry of Health is asking people to trace their movements as a positive case has been confirmed to have visited 29 locations across Northland and part of the Auckland region.

All of the case's known close contacts have tested negative for Covid-19 and the risk of exposure has been described as "low" by health officials.

If any member of the public has visited any of the locations listed by the Ministry, they must self-isolate and contact Healthline to get a Covid-19 test.

The list of locations are as follows:

- FreshChoice Ruakaka, Shop 24 Ruakaka Town Centre, 378 Marsden PT Road Ruakaka. 14 January, 3:03 pm - 4:33 pm.

- Aesthetic Clothing Store, 4 Port Road. 15 January, 8:48 am - 9:53 am.

- Noel Leeming Whangarei, 4 Port Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 9:02 am - 10:12 am.

- Bendon Whangarei, Shop 12, Okara Shopping Centre, 4 Port Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 9:03 am - 10:30 am.

- The Warehouse Whangarei, 42 Port Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 9:28 am - 10:58 am.

- Carpet Court Whangarei, 26 Commerce Street, Whangarei. 15 January, 10:00 am - 11:20 am.

- Flaming Fires, 26 Commerce Street. 15 January, 10:24 am - 11:34 am.

- Whangarei and Kamo Testing Stations, 15 Railway Road and 23 Clark Road. 15 January, 10:40 am - 11:45 am.

- Bed Bath and Beyond Whangarei, 19 Lower Tarewa Road, Whangarei. 15 January, 10:54 am - 12:04 pm.

- Farmers Whangarei, Cnr Bank & Robert Street, Whangarei. 15 January, 11:10 am - 12:15 pm.

- Fat Camel Cafe, 12 Quality Street. 15 January, 11:34 am - 1:34 pm.

- Parua Bay Tavern, 1034 Whangarei Head Road, Parua Bay. 15 January 3:20 pm - 5:20 pm.

- Bream Bay Butchers Ruakaka, 2/378 Marsden Point Road. 16 January, 11:02 am - 12:07 pm.

- Ruakaka General Store, 1/378 Marsden Point Road. 16 January, 11:08 am - 12:10 pm.

- FreshChoice Ruakaka, Shop 24 Ruakaka Town Centre, 378 Marsden PT Road, Ruakaka. 16 January, 11:10 am - 12:15 pm.

- Urban Remedy Cafe, 159 One Tree Point Road. 17 January, 8:17 am - 9:47 am.

- Joseph Taylor Homewares, 126 Mangawhai Heads Road, Mangawhai Heads. 17 January, 2:08 pm - 3:18 pm.

- Eutopia Cafe, 1955 State Highway 1. 18 January, 8:55 am - 10:55 am.

- Maungaturoto 2nd hand shop, 30 Hurndall Street East. 18 January, 10:06 am - 11:36 am.

- Maungaturoto Four Square, 163 Hurndall Street West. 18 January, 10:44 am - 11:49 am.

- White Rock Gallery, 5 Church Road. 18 January, 11:15 am - 12:24 pm.

- The Kauri Museum, 5 Church Road, RD 1. 18 January, 11:21 am - 3:21 pm.

- Gumdiggers Cafe Matakohe, 11 Church Road, RD 1, Matakohe. 18 January 12:39 pm - 2:39 pm.

- The Dune Restaurant & Bar, 40 Moir Street. 18 January, 4:47 pm - 7:17 pm.

- Kaipara Coast Plant Centre & Sculpture Gardens, 1481 Kaipara Coast Highway. 19 January, 11:04 am - 1:04 pm.

- The Ville Turkish Cafe, 25 Commercial Road, Helensville. 19 January, 1:08 pm - 2:38 pm.

- Countdown Helensville, 43 Commercial Road, Helensville. 19 January, 1:46 pm - 3:01 pm.

- Super Liquor Helensville, 26 Commercial Road, Helensville. 19 January, 2:03 pm - 3:08 pm.

- South Head General Store, 3260A South Head Road, RD 1. 19 January, 2:44 pm - 3:49 pm.

- Macnut Cafe, 914 South Head Road, Helensville. 21 January, 10:20 am - 11:50 am.

- Orrs Unichem Pharmacy Ruakaka, Marsden Point Rd, Town Centre. 22 January, 11:21 am - 12:26 pm.

Neighbourly will update this message as further information comes to hand.

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