Northpark, Auckland

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15 days ago

Pagani Dress

Angela from Pakuranga Heights

Purchased from originally from Pagani
Brand new with tags,
Never worn.

Size 10
Floral Classic Dress
Colour: White/Blue

Price: $45

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15 days ago

Child's Desk

Angela from Pakuranga Heights

Made from solid wood
Great for little kids
In good condition

Height: 56.5cm
Length: 90cm
Width: 45.5cm

Price: $40

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15 days ago

Bluetooth Speaker

Angela from Pakuranga Heights

Black Bluetooth speaker
Compatible with any Bluetooth device
In new condition
Hardly used

Comes with stand and charging cable
Can be used with USB, AUX & Bluetooth

Price: $50

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15 days ago

Solid wood coffee table

Lorraine from Whitford

Coffee table no longer required. 1metre square, height 40cm. I'm sorry I do not know what wood it is. Welcome to view. Please phone 02102781695

Price: $95

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15 days ago

Fridge (small)

Lorraine from Whitford

Fridge (Telmann) height 850cm, depth 530cm, width 500cm. A couple of small scratches on door. Welcome to View. No longer required. Please phone 02102781695

Price: $100

15 days ago

Meet the Team

Kaitlin Bell from Harcourts Milestone

At Harcourts Milestone we’re passionate about property, and we’ve seen it all, so we believe it's time for a revolution in Real Estate.

It’s time to create a new kind of real estate business; A standing reproach to the current way of doing things, and a return to the professionalism you… View more
At Harcourts Milestone we’re passionate about property, and we’ve seen it all, so we believe it's time for a revolution in Real Estate.

It’s time to create a new kind of real estate business; A standing reproach to the current way of doing things, and a return to the professionalism you find in professional industries, where the role of an adviser is to give true guidance, not just make a commission. 💯

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15 days ago

Manukau East Shopping Shuttle

Lindsay Upton from Manukau East Council of Social Services (MECOSS)

MECOSS provides a low-cost, door-to-door transport service to Botany Town Centre or Pakuranga Plaza for people living in Auckland's, Manukau East who're restricted in their ability to access shopping centres.
$10 includes morning pick-up, 2 hours of shopping, a free cup of coffee or tea … View more
MECOSS provides a low-cost, door-to-door transport service to Botany Town Centre or Pakuranga Plaza for people living in Auckland's, Manukau East who're restricted in their ability to access shopping centres.
$10 includes morning pick-up, 2 hours of shopping, a free cup of coffee or tea and a chat before returned home early afternoon.
For no extra cost book a 'Companion Shopper' or 'Mobility Equipment' if assistance is needed.
To book please call 0800 632 677

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17 days ago

We Say, You Say: Supermarket Prices

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The government has initiated a review into whether New Zealanders pay too much at the supermarket checkouts.

The Commerce Commission plans to follow a similar approach to that of their investigation into the price of petrol and diesel for land transport, which cost the taxpayer an estimated … View more
The government has initiated a review into whether New Zealanders pay too much at the supermarket checkouts.

The Commerce Commission plans to follow a similar approach to that of their investigation into the price of petrol and diesel for land transport, which cost the taxpayer an estimated $2.5 million dollars. Labour promised an investigation into food prices on the election campaign and if unfair practices are found when the Commission's report is released in late 2021, necessary changes will be made.

Do you notice price differences between supermarket chains?

*Please type NFP if you don't want your comment featured in the conversations section of your community paper.

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16 days ago

NumberWorks'nWords maths and English tuition.

NumberWorks'nWords Howick & Pakuranga

NumberWorks'nWords can help by identifying gaps, explaining your child’s learning style, and providing you with recommendations.

Get in touch to learn how tutoring with NumberWorks'nWords can help your child

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16 days ago

A shocking discovery, pls note! For the health & welfare of all.

Stephen from East Tamaki

For decades, has no one realised a big blunder: Almost all public toilets in McDonalds, Wendy, BurgeK, the outer entry/exit doors hv been installed in reverse. We can elbow our way in but leaving we need to grab & turn the exit handle which scientists warned have millions of bacteria & … View moreFor decades, has no one realised a big blunder: Almost all public toilets in McDonalds, Wendy, BurgeK, the outer entry/exit doors hv been installed in reverse. We can elbow our way in but leaving we need to grab & turn the exit handle which scientists warned have millions of bacteria & virus. OMG. Anyone well-connected to Council, Health Ministry/Minster? Pls let's help make NZ a better place. ST

16 days ago

For the love of neighbours, of NZ, & well-being, win-win for all.

Stephen from East Tamaki

Please let us have a medium to long term discussion & subsequent petitions. The NZ public pay $2 million a week in Tradmne revenue. $100+ million a year. Trademe fees of almost 8%..... More or less a monopoly, with no alternative. Further 1-2% for instant Ping payments. The more we think the … View morePlease let us have a medium to long term discussion & subsequent petitions. The NZ public pay $2 million a week in Tradmne revenue. $100+ million a year. Trademe fees of almost 8%..... More or less a monopoly, with no alternative. Further 1-2% for instant Ping payments. The more we think the more exorbitant fees are, bearing in mind, it's clicking digitally like clockwork & google, google map, google driving are all free of charge. Trademe can get by with 2-3% instead of 7.9%? Anyone well connected to Commerce Comm? ST

17 days ago

Don't wait for 2021. Apply now.

Manukau Institute of Technology

Ready to take your career to the next level?

The workplace is always changing and new skills will be needed now and in the future.

If you are looking for an opportunity to learn something new and advance your career – upskill with an MIT qualification and be in demand with the skills … View more
Ready to take your career to the next level?

The workplace is always changing and new skills will be needed now and in the future.

If you are looking for an opportunity to learn something new and advance your career – upskill with an MIT qualification and be in demand with the skills employers need.

Due to high demand, we recommend you apply early for 2021.
Learn more

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17 days ago

Bike for Sale

Angela from Pakuranga Heights

Bike originally purchased from Avanti Plus
Tyres: 12 1⁄2 x 2 1⁄2
In very good condition

Includes Training wheels

Price: $50

37 days ago

Poll: Auckland's super-city: One decade on: Is local government running more efficiently?

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

It's been 10 years since Auckland's new super-city was formed, forged from eight legacy councils.

For Aucklanders who have lived through the massive overhaul, do you think local government is running more smoothly?

Auckland Council's first year was far from smooth with the … View more
It's been 10 years since Auckland's new super-city was formed, forged from eight legacy councils.

For Aucklanders who have lived through the massive overhaul, do you think local government is running more smoothly?

Auckland Council's first year was far from smooth with the Occupy protest, the Rugby World Cup opening night transport debacle, a battle with central government over funding the inner-city rail loop, and a contest of wills over delegating powers to local boards and council-controlled organisations.

Auckland's inaugural super mayor Len Brown hailed it a success.

"Generally 2011 has been a good first year for the council, " Brown said in 2012.

"We've brought the region together... At the same time we have driven $81 million in efficiencies and reduced the inherited 9.3 per cent rates increase down to 3.9 per cent."

The boundaries of the new super city were unveiled in 2010.

Super city Auckland was divided into 13 wards with 21 local boards.

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Auckland's super-city: One decade on: Is local government running more efficiently?
  • 7.1% Yes
    7.1% Complete
  • 92.9% No
    92.9% Complete
1491 votes
17 days ago

Fraud Awareness Week

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This Fraud Awareness Week we are encouraging Kiwis to take a moment to stop and think ‘is this for real?’ when contacted unexpectedly and asked for personal info.

New Zealand Police's Financial Intelligence Unit estimates New Zealanders lose $20-30 million annually to scams.

HOW TO AVOID… View more
This Fraud Awareness Week we are encouraging Kiwis to take a moment to stop and think ‘is this for real?’ when contacted unexpectedly and asked for personal info.

New Zealand Police's Financial Intelligence Unit estimates New Zealanders lose $20-30 million annually to scams.

HOW TO AVOID A SCAM:

+ A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you to ask for your PIN, password or to move money to another account.

+ Never click on a link in an unexpected email or text – you could be giving access to your personal and financial details.

+ Always question uninvited approaches in case it is a scam. Instead, contact the company directly using a known email or phone number.

+ Don’t assume an email or phone call is authentic – just because someone knows your basic details (name and address, or mother’s maiden name) it doesn’t mean they are genuine.

+ Don’t be rushed into making a decision or financial transaction on the spot – a genuine bank or trusted organisation would never do this.

+ Listen to your instincts – if something feels wrong then it generally is.

If you believe you are the victim of a scam you can contact Police and report the matter via 105.

For more info on how you can prevent yourself, family and friends from being scammed, visit:

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