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5 hours ago

Rangeview Intermediate School: Caretaker

Rangeview Intermediate School

We are seeking a caretaker for 40 hours per week, to assist with general building and minor repair work; grounds maintenance/rubbish disposal; security checks; and school heating maintenance. Various additional tasks as required. This will suit a self-motivated person with initiative. A background in building and/or trades may be an advantage.

Please apply by email with a brief covering letter, CV, and the school’s application form, to the Principal: Glendak@rangeview.school.nz.

Applications close midday on Friday 28 January, 2022. Start by negotiation.
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13 hours ago

Repair Cafe Saturday 12 February 2022, at Une-Deux Cafe from 11am to 2pm

Wendy from Freemans Bay

It's time to get that item fixed rather than throwing it away!

Repair Cafés are events where you can bring broken or damaged items and locals volunteer their time and expertise to fix them for you for no charge. The idea is to encourage the concept of Repair-Renew-Reuse.

It is all part of the circular economy which is what Doughnut Economics is all about.

Une-Deux Café holds them on the second Saturday of every month. The café gives us the space for free. You can show your appreciation by buying a coffee or some delicious food.

Our experts do their best to fix:

- Small electrical appliances (like kettles, toasters, lamps, radios etc)
- Clothes (patching, hemming, let in or out)
- Computer and electronic problems diagnosed (software & hardware); and sometimes fixed too
- General items, including toys, glued, nailed, screwed, stitched or checked for mechanical faults

And we have DIY people who are just clever at seeing at what is wrong with something and knowing how to fix it.

Please be aware that repairs are done upstairs, so all items must be small enough to carry in your arms. Note also that the area is not suitable for children, for health and safety reasons.

One of the special aspects of a Repair Café is that you get to stay with the repairer while your item is being fixed. You may even learn how to fix it yourself next time.

From past experience, about 70% of items are successfully repaired. If you are happy with your repair, donations / koha gratefully received to help fund future Repair Cafés.

There is usually plenty of parking in surrounding streets.

At our Repair Cafés, everyone (repairers, organisers, café staff) will be double vaccinated. You will need to show your Vaccine Pass and wear a mask. So we will all feel safe and protected.

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1 day ago

Exclusive Neighbourly offering!

Climate Insights

Hi Neighbours,

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The peak property buying and selling season is here and after the record-breaking warmth of 2021, it is time to consider how our climate could impact your home.

Let's plan together to keep your home cooler, drier and more liveable.
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