126 days ago

Casual ECE reliever

Child's Time Penrose

Hi neighbours, we are looking for reliable, regular relievers available to work at our Mount Wellington childcare centre. If you are suitable please email your CV to penrose@childstime.co.nz.

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17 hours ago

Neglect of East Auckland road signs and traffic lights

Sarah from Panmure

Pomarie Neighbourly Whanau,

I'm not normally one to complain about living in Tamaki Makaura #paradise BUT who do I alert and get an IMMEDIATE (not 8 months later) response re ACC incorrect sign direction bolted tight (intersection of Jellicoe and Pilkington Roads after Hospice For Humanity group of shops heading towards Panmure township - both signs are pointing in the COMPLETE OPPOSITE direction (I realise we all have GPS now - but really?) AND the delapidated state of the traffic light poles at intersection of Apirana Avenue and St Heliers Bay Road which are leaning all over the place/inoperable and just a hazard. Hit by a truck/double decker bus I'm guessing BUT (unusually considering the area these traffic lights are in and the traffic they have to control) NOTHING done over past 3 4 weeks. I travel this route daily and it truly disappoints me - along with the neglect to the properties moved to property just after the newly created Eastview Road/Line Road intersection. What is going on?

5 hours ago

Are you ready to buy or is your bank too slow to help

My Money

Are you missing out on a house because your bank is to slow?
Just met a client who missed out making an offer on a home because her bank took two weeks to respond to a request for an approval. Gave her a loan offer with lots of unnecessary conditions and refused to even book a face to face meeting until the funds from sale of existing home had been deposited in the account. Banks are busy and staff get paid regardless of outcomes. You need someone who is passionate about your success and motivated to help in your corner and on your side.

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11 hours ago

It was kinda a pay-it forward kinda thing…

AMI Insurance

When Sharlene Clements heard thieves had stolen a car belonging to Denise Pearson and her son Reuben, who lives with cerebral palsy, Sharlene jumped straight to their aid. She immediately offered them a wheelchair-modified van that had been given to her business in a life-changing act of kindness.

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