New Windsor, Auckland

1 day ago

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1 day ago

What's On: St Peter's Onehunga Church Fair

Sarah from Mount Roskill

You are warmly invited to the St Peter's Church Fair. Call in before or after the Onehunga Santa Parade. Stalls include white elephant, books, baking, sausage sizzle, clothing and more.
St Peter's Onehunga Church Fair
  • St Peter's Church Onehunga
1 day ago

Moving out. Selling old furniture and house items.

Justin from New Windsor

Hi neighbours,

I am looking to get rid off some old furniture and stuff. All are negotiable. PM if you are interested and want to view the items.
- 3 seat leather recliner couch (couple of paint stains and minor wear and tear): $400 ono
- 2 x leather recliner chairs (general wear n tear, … View more
Hi neighbours,

I am looking to get rid off some old furniture and stuff. All are negotiable. PM if you are interested and want to view the items.
- 3 seat leather recliner couch (couple of paint stains and minor wear and tear): $400 ono
- 2 x leather recliner chairs (general wear n tear, recliner not working): $300 ($150 each) ono
- 6 seat dining table and chairs (set)(normal wear n tear with one chair requires patching): $300 (ono)
- digital piano and seat (few pen marks but works perfectly - haven’t been used for years. Just sitting in storage accumulating dust): $650 ono.

Those are just a few so will post more in the next couple of days.

Please note that you would have to pick up the items from New Windsor.

Cheers

Negotiable

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1 day ago

Kids stuff

Tahnia from Mount Albert

pickup from Mount Albert
Kids bike $8
Toilet poti $ 10
Kids toy $5
Blocks $10
Portable car seat $8
Please txt on 02108402539 if you're interested

Price: $10

1 day ago

Fun filled workout to Bollywood music

Baptist from Avondale

Hi All,

Please join us to a fun filled exercise to Bollywood music at a fraction of the cost. See the attached Flyer

When: Every Saturday at 9 am for one hour
Where: New Lynn Community Center, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn,
Cost : $ 5 per session (casual) or $30 for 10 sessions

Please bring a … View more
Hi All,

Please join us to a fun filled exercise to Bollywood music at a fraction of the cost. See the attached Flyer

When: Every Saturday at 9 am for one hour
Where: New Lynn Community Center, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn,
Cost : $ 5 per session (casual) or $30 for 10 sessions

Please bring a bottle of water and a towel

First session absolutely free. Please come and give us a try and I guarantee that you will want more of it. Bring along friends and family. Hope to see you there

If you need more information please contact any one of us on the flyer.

New Season is starting tomorrow. Hurry and join before the spots fill up

We have our sessions through out the year come rain come shine please see our attached schedule

Those who have attended our class in the past can you please post your comments/recommend us

Here are some samples of our exercise
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2 days ago

What's On: Book Bonanza Second Edition

Sallyann from Epsom

City Vision and Roskill Community Voice are hosting a Book Bonanza in the Hall on Saturday 23 November from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Facebook: Book Bonanza Second Edition. BYO cloth bag.
Book Bonanza Second Edition
  • Mt Eden Village Centre
1 day ago

Auckland University white supremacy row sparked 'major' crisis incident

Josephine Franks Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours, documents released under the Official Information Act have shone new light on the Auckland University white supremacy row.

Documents show the University of Auckland called claims of widespread white supremacy "utter nonsense" on the same day its crisis alert was … View more
Kia ora neighbours, documents released under the Official Information Act have shone new light on the Auckland University white supremacy row.

Documents show the University of Auckland called claims of widespread white supremacy "utter nonsense" on the same day its crisis alert was raised to the highest level.

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3 days ago

What should happen to the exotic trees on Ōwairaka/Mt Albert?

Josephine Franks Reporter from Central Leader

Kia ora neighbours, protesters have vowed to occupy Ōwairaka/Mt Albert 24/7 to block the planned removal of exotic trees.

The plan to cut down 345 non-natives is part of the Tūpuna Maunga Authority's restoration project, which will see 13,000 natives planted on the maunga.

But local … View more
Kia ora neighbours, protesters have vowed to occupy Ōwairaka/Mt Albert 24/7 to block the planned removal of exotic trees.

The plan to cut down 345 non-natives is part of the Tūpuna Maunga Authority's restoration project, which will see 13,000 natives planted on the maunga.

But local residents are concerned about the mass felling and say they weren't adequately consulted.

What do you think of the plan and the protesters' actions?

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1 day ago

Cleaning

Rawinia from Mount Roskill

Looking for at least two experienced hard working cleaning staff to assist me cleaning residential homes around Auckland. Prefer someone based central that can travel to me, jobs will be done in teams. Eye for detail, organisation skills, not afraid to go the extra mile, can clean shower traps etc,… View moreLooking for at least two experienced hard working cleaning staff to assist me cleaning residential homes around Auckland. Prefer someone based central that can travel to me, jobs will be done in teams. Eye for detail, organisation skills, not afraid to go the extra mile, can clean shower traps etc, ovens. 0210765289 best point of contact. Must be reliable with own trsnsport if need to work alone.

1 day ago

Relianz Travel Tips - Flying

Relianz Group Ltd

Plane Edition✈️

1. Moisturise. Always moisturise your skin because Plane air is notorious for drying out your skin.
2. Besides Moisturising, drinking plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration.
3. No fizzy drink! It will make your ears pop and make you feel bloated due to cabin pressure.
4. … View more
Plane Edition✈️

1. Moisturise. Always moisturise your skin because Plane air is notorious for drying out your skin.
2. Besides Moisturising, drinking plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration.
3. No fizzy drink! It will make your ears pop and make you feel bloated due to cabin pressure.
4. Get Moving. Especially when you on a long-distance flight, walk around as much as possible to decrease the chance of having blood clots.
5. Don’t overdo on alcohol. Believe it or not, the onboard pressure makes you react to alcohol faster and you can get drunk much quicker.

Follow us for more useful travel tips, or call now at 0508 411 111 to book a trip or a plane tickets to anywhere you want!

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1 day ago

What's On: Free Macular Degeneration Seminar

Kaye from Epsom

Hear Ophthalmologist Dr Dianne Sharp share the latest information on the eye disease, macular degeneration. To register for this free seminar call MDNZ on 0800 MACULA (622 852)
Free Macular Degeneration Seminar
  • Quality Hotel Parnell
2 days ago

What's On: Sandringham -Little Christmas Mini Market

Zora from Sandringham

Sandringham Community Centre - Little Christmas Mini Market Sat 30th Nov from 8am - 2pm. FREE stalls, lots of Xmas goodies, tables provided. Contact Nancy 021 985 039. All welcome!!
Sandringham -Little Christmas Mini Market
  • Sandringham Community Centre
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2 days ago

What's On: Kanade Japanese Choir

Sallyann from Epsom

Come and enjoy this free concert with Kanade Japanese Children's Choir on Sunday 24 November from 3pm. Piano and Voice Recitals at 3pm and Grand Concert from 4.30pm.
Kanade Japanese Choir
  • Mt Eden Village Centre
4 days ago

Recipe: Classic Omelette

New Zealand School of Food & Wine

Omelettes are essentially a version of scrambled eggs but they have been left to rest and coagulate so that the pan side is firm. Some people prefer firm omelettes, others like to have the egg a little runny so that it retains that soft, silky consistency also known as baveuse.

Ingredients
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Omelettes are essentially a version of scrambled eggs but they have been left to rest and coagulate so that the pan side is firm. Some people prefer firm omelettes, others like to have the egg a little runny so that it retains that soft, silky consistency also known as baveuse.

Ingredients
3 Eggs
1 pinch Salt
½ tsp Butter, or a splash of good quality olive oil


Directions
1. In a bowl whisk the eggs. Add salt.
2. Heat the butter in a frying pan (non-stick is easier) until it is just beginning to brown and has a nutty smell. Let it run around the pan so that it is well coated.
3. Pour in the egg mix. With your rubber spatula, constantly lift and scoop around the edges and cut through the middle of the egg mixture to cook evenly.
4. If you are adding a filling to the omelette, it should be done at this point.
5. Roll or fold the omelette by folding one half on the other, or fold one third on the middle third and then roll on the remaining third.

Prior to folding, you can add a filling to lift the flavour of the omelette.
Classic combinations include:
Saute mushrooms
Blanched spinach (with cream)
Diced ham
A combination of finely chopped herbs such as chives, chervil, parsley, tarragon

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