24 days ago

A Heart of Steel

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Constructed with steel framing this private and peaceful property is set over two levels. The open plan upper floor layout with kitchen, living and dining flows to a sunny north east facing deck. The lofty high stud, let's all-day natural light flood into this space. Sharing this level is a generous master bedroom, with walk-in-robe and ensuite. On the lower level are two double bedrooms, which share a family bathroom and the lofty entrance offering an inviting feel to this home. The double internal access garage with storage and workshop space leads you to the low maintenance garden that wraps around the home. Privately located off St Heliers Bay Road and very close to local amenities. Zoned for St Heliers Bay Primary School and Glendowie College, both in walking distance, with St Heliers Beach and village, with local shops and reserves on your doorstep. Treasured by the current vendor for the last 25 years, it's now time to move on.

PLEASE NOTE: Parking on the street is available on St Heliers Bay Road or we would recommend parking at the Maskell Street Shops and walking down the driveway.

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14 minutes ago

Christmas Market

Manager from St Heliers Centre

2019 St Heliers International Christmas Market 

Date: Friday 29th December 2019

Venue – St Heliers Centre, 
 100 St Heliers Bay Rd, St Heliers 

Trading Hours – 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm
If you have any questions, please contact Event Coordinator Lilit Manukyan: (09) 575 6098 or lilitm@sthelierscentre.org.nz 

We look forward to a successful event, thank you for your interest!

Crafts, Gifts
Home Baking & 
 Festive Food
Stocking fillers
, Unique gifts, local and affordable all in a relaxed atmosphere.
Escape the city centre crush, park for free and enjoy your Christmas shopping experience!

2 hours ago

Missing kayaker - Can you help Police?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

A kayaker has been missing overnight off Great Barrier Island in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf.

Police received a report at 8:55pm last night saying the kayaker had not returned when expected. They found a potential kayak on the rocks, but no sign of the actual kayaker.

Anyone who may have seen a kayaker in the Karaka Bay or Abercrombie, or with any information that may assist the search, is urged to contact the Police Maritime Unit on 0800 102 835 or 105.

3 hours ago

MOTAT to screen 'Grease' for 1950s themed drive-in movie

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Date nights of the 1950s era are back with drive-in movie screenings of ‘Grease’ at MOTAT.

Will you be going?