116 days ago

End of the financial Year Special Sale

Ichinen Autos

All Buyers receive 1-year mechanic warranty with road service.
Offer ends 31st March 2020.

At Ichinen Autos, we supply our customers with quality, reliable vehicles. Our head office in Japan only sends us the best quality cars for the New Zealand market having only one owner prior to each car along with being regularly serviced. We provide better quality cars with better prices by cutting the middle-man cost and this ensures each car is the best one for our customers.

Supplying our customer's very affordable prices, check out our end of financial year deals:
● 2012 Suzuki Solio - $5,911
● 2014 Nissan March - $6,511
● 2014 Toyota Prius Alpha - $14,811
● 2014 Toyota Corolla Fielder Hybrid - $10,911
Learn more

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More messages from your neighbours
2 hours ago

Together we can love local

The Team from Auckland Council

Have your say on our three-year local board plan and help us shape the future of your community. Have your say

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2 hours ago

Prolong the life of your window dressings.

The Team from Textile Cleaning Services Ltd

Is your home becoming musty with being closed tightly to keep the cold out and the warmth in? Is mould/mildew appearing on your curtains and blinds?

Trust Textile Curtain Cleaning, the locally owned and operated business to clean and sanitise your curtains and fabric blinds.

We can quickly improve the health of your home by professionally cleaning your curtains and blinds.

We offer
- simple all-inclusive pricing, no hidden charges
- Mildew and mould removal
- full-service or discount for dropping in
- complimentary temporary curtains

Contact your friendly local professionals NOW.
Ph 09 473 5350, Hibiscus Coast 09 426 4690 or Email: info@textilecleaning.co.nz
Find out more

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6 days ago

How much should your council rates rise?

Todd Niall Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Neighbours, With one week until Auckland Councillors decide this year's rates rise, and the size of the Covid-19 hit Emergency Budget, public feedback on rates is fairly evenly split. How much do you think your's should rise? Read the story below:

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