47 days ago

Seed Sharing for Neighbours Day!

The Team from Neighbours Day Aotearoa

We love how creative some people are with their plant giving! This is for goodie bags for a 7 year olds party but we reckon you could borrow this wonderful idea for the Neighbours Day Aotearoa Great Plant Swap!
What a lovely gift to get and it's not just kids who love sunflowers.

ADDED BONUS: if you give your neighbours sunflower seeds you would get to enjoy their beautiful flowers too!

Have you signed up for Neighbours Day 2021 yet? There's lots of ways you can join in...check out our website to register today:
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More messages from your neighbours
2 days ago

Seeking roof professional to fix leak in concrete roof tiles

Lesley from Kohimarama

Hi
Based in Kohimarama. We have a leak in our house roof that needs professional attention. Masonary tiles. We have a 2 story house, and the roof pitch is not too steep.
Any recommendations greatly appreciated.
many thanks
Lesley

4 days ago

Could the geat Polynesian migration turn kids on to science and tech

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, Like many, Sir Ian Taylor learned only at the age of 68 about the Polynesian migrations across the Pacific Ocean. He hopes a new education website will inspire especially maori and pasifika kids they have innovation in their DNA. Did you know the stories? Read below:

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43 minutes ago

Seafood Delight

Zingela Property Management Ltd

One of the most famous seafood spots in New Zealand is Kaikoura. In Maori, the word ‘Kai’ means food and ‘Koura’ means crayfish – so it’s not hard to guess what Kaikoura is famous for!

Kaikoura is a coastal town on the South Island of New Zealand. It’s known for its abundant wildlife and its sperm whale population. The Kaikoura Peninsula Walkway winds from the town centre to lookout points at Point Kean. Close by, the rock platforms are home to a colony of New Zealand fur seals. The 1800s Fyffe House is a cottage built on a foundation of whalebones, with displays on the town’s whaling past.

Feast on fresh crayfish from one of the many ‘Seafood Caravans’ that dot the highways surrounding Kaikoura. The most famous is Nin’s Bin, run by a local family who have been selling crayfish here since 1977. Located 20 minutes North of Kaikoura township Nin’s Bin is a favourite with the locals. Sitting on the beach devouring crayfish cooked with garlic and butter and looking out to the Pacific Ocean.