53 days ago

Barfoot & Thompson Cookbook - Raising money for Starship

Grant from Milford

We're cooking up a storm for the Starship Foundation with the launch of our lockdown inspired cookbook, 'Recipes from our Bubbles'. Cookbooks can be purchased from our branch and online for $30. You can also choose to purchase two cookbooks for $50, with one being gifted to a Starship essential worker who continued their role through lockdown. Find out more - barfoot.co.nz/cookbook

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More messages from your neighbours
3 hours ago

3D Modelling & Photorealistic Visualisations | Renovate™

Callum from Terraspore

Looking to renovate this summer?

Before picking up a hammer or paintbrush consider talking to Terraspore about our 3D modeling services.

We start by taking dimensions of your home, boat, or RV and use these to create a virtual 3D model that can be used to give a 360° view of your project that can be manipulated to observe the possibilities with the design for your project - saving time and money by creating accurate quotations and timeframes.

We are available every weekday until late, if this is a service you are interested in, please don't hesitate to contact us to book an initial design consultation or inquire for further information.

*Important* All the photos attached are not real photos, they were created from a virtual 3D model to visualize for the client their dream finish for the project.

Ciao,
Callum Sutherland | Founder Terraspore Limited

5 hours ago

Did you get stuck on the harbour bridge?

The Team Reporter from North Shore Times

Commuting across the harbour bridge is taking an hour longer on average due to works that need to be completed. How did this affect you?

*Type NFP if you don't want your comment published in the Conversations section of North Shore Times

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3 days ago

Crises bring swift decisions - why can't we always be that swift?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Auckland's raft of crises in 2020 has resulted in some clever and quick responses. So why can't our decision-makers always be so nimble? Read the story below:

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