Hi Folks - Many of you around the area of Mount Eden South know my Mandarin tree, as many of you have purchased, & enjoyed fruit from my tree during previous seasons. This season, my tree has again blessed us with quite a good crop of tasty, Mandarins. That said, I am happy to sell some of the fruit off to whoever would like some. In previous seasons, demand was high, so I will be selling bags for as long as my fruit lasts. A 1 KG paper bag is $5.99, but if you would like more than 1 KG please request. The fruit in the bags range in sizes, & are a mixture of large & smaller fruits. These are beautiful easy-peel, organically grown Mandarins that have no sprays or nasty pesticides anywhere near them or my property.
The fruit are indeed a popular sweet treat for kids' lunch boxes.
Organic Mandarins are very expensive at the organic specialty stores, & even supermarket ones are expensive currently, so this is still a fair deal.
I am able to provide a Safe, From your car pick-up system, from my driveway in Balmoral. Pay Cash or Bank Transfer upon collection, please. P.M me with your name & order requirements, & when you will collect it & I will message you back with my cell number.
In & out during weekdays too Cheers.
Dear all, while intensification in Auckland may be necessary, the way the Labour goverment has decided to implement it - supported by National and the Greens - will result in the loss of quality of life in many areas, not to mention other problems. And the worse part is that the resulting houses are actually more expensive and less affordable!
The Auckland Unitary Plan has already in place a project to increase the number of houses according to the infrastructure capacity, environment protection, traffic limits, character and heritage status of every area, at a cost of 75 million of ratepayers money. Why on earth this government wants to scrap it, build to the maximum every available piece of land without consideration of the impact, not even providing for parking on site? Why this legislation was passed so quickly without involving key stakeholders like councils and removing our right for resource consent?
Please take a look at this petition and sign if you agree that we have legitimate reasons to reject this legislation.
Together, we have the power to stop it:
Hi Neighbours, Come and soothe body and mind with a small group for a gentle mindfulness session of ease and peace. I am fully vaccinated, there is careful social distancing, good ventilation, masked until seated.
Meadowbank Community Centre Tuesday 5th July 1 - 2.15pm. Bookings essential - Contact me. Koha welcome.
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CORRECTION: This post has been amended to clarify that the price of fibre and copper broadband internet services will increase, and that the increase is between $3 and $5 a month, not only $5 a month on fibre broadband plans as previously posted. (Amended at 10.31am, June 23, 2022)