124 days ago

TradeMe pulls listing for caravan inside shed that was offered as rental

Melanie Earley Reporter from Western Leader

Kia ora neighbours, a $285 per week rental property, which consisted of a caravan inside a ramshackle shed, has been removed from TradeMe, which says it does not comply with regulations.

The listing, advertised as a one-bedroom property in Waitākere, asked for $285 per week for a single person, or $355 per week for a couple.

The lister, “Rental 123”, said the caravan came with a cooker, small fridge, and hot and cold water.

“Bathroom is shared, cooking is inside caravan. Bed not included, but there is room for a queen or smaller," it said.

Read the full story at the link below.

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Get a rainwater tank

The Team from Auckland Council

Do you want to
- increase your household water resilience,
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- and help the environment?

Get a rainwater tank. Find out what you need by clicking on 'Read More'.

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One-off original fantail artwork by Olivia Bezett - charity fundraiser

Bianka Atlas from BirdCare Aotearoa

The wonderful and talented New Zealand artist, Olivia Bezett, has created a stunning baby pīwakawaka (fantail) artwork especially to raise funds for BirdCare Aotearoa.

100% of the money will go directly to BirdCare Aotearoa.

Artwork details:

-A5 size, one-off mini original (meaning no print will ever be made!)
-Polychromos pencils on Fabriano Academia paper.
-Unframed
-Comes with a certificate of authenticity

Olivia took the reference photo for this piece herself, in the south island on Lake Ohau (fun fact: her now husband proposed to her a few minutes after taking the pic!)

The Trade Me auction closes 9.00pm Thursday 19 May, so get your bids in now! Thank you so much to Olivia for creating this beautiful piece and helping raise funds for BirdCare Aotearoa.

You can read more about Olivia and her work here: oliviabezettartist.com...

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Building Resilience

NumberWorks'nWords New Lynn

Every child has the potential to achieve success. However success comes with hardship and setbacks, which is why it is important to build resilience along the way. Resilience helps us to adapt and bounce back from things that don't go as planned and helps us move forward. Here are five fundamental ways you can help your child build resilience! ?

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