Sunnyhills, Auckland

13 days ago

Wooden frame for building concrete stands to access the bottom of car when repairing

Qiubo (David) from Half Moon Bay

Having built two concrete stands (see the concrete stands examples, but they're not for sale, only the wooden frame is for sale), the wooden frame becomes no use to me afterwards, but it would be useful for someone else who wants to build the concrete stands for their own use. You could resell… View moreHaving built two concrete stands (see the concrete stands examples, but they're not for sale, only the wooden frame is for sale), the wooden frame becomes no use to me afterwards, but it would be useful for someone else who wants to build the concrete stands for their own use. You could resell it with $10 less to the next person after finishing your own concrete stands task, then the next person could resell it with another $10 less to the following person, and so on. That's the idea.

Any questions, please feel free to ask.

Price: $150

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13 days ago

What's On: Auckland Youth Orchestra

Helen from Narrow Neck

80 talented young musicians perform 'Don Juan' by Strauss and Rachmaninov's famous Piano Concerto No.2 (soloist Kent Isomura). Presented in association with Thursdays @ Seven. Entry by Donation.
Auckland Youth Orchestra
  • All Saints Church
13 days ago

New York Times Best Books about China

Ben from Pakuranga

3 books about China. Bestseller in New York Times. Fun and insightful. Purchased from US as can't find them in Auckland Library.
All 3 books are not in great condition but acceptable. No marks or rips. You have to buy all 3. Not available for purchasing only 1 or 2.

Price: $15

13 days ago

Sunnyhills Tennis Club Midweek Ladies Open Day 11 Sept 9:30-12

Laura from Sunnyhills

Spring is here so what better time to get into a social sport like tennis! If you've never played or haven't picked up a racquet for a while now's the perfect time - our fabulous and friendly Midweek Ladies would love for you to join us on Wednesday, 11th September 2019 … View moreSpring is here so what better time to get into a social sport like tennis! If you've never played or haven't picked up a racquet for a while now's the perfect time - our fabulous and friendly Midweek Ladies would love for you to join us on Wednesday, 11th September 2019 9:30am-12noon. Morning includes fun tennis, free group coaching, fantastic raffles and a yummy champagne brunch. Address is 6 Oleander Point, Sunnyhills. Contact Laura 027 223 5399 for more details. Hope to see you there!

Midweek Ladies Club Open Day Flyer 2019.docx Download View

14 days ago

Have you seen our cookbook?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

This great cookbook of harvest recipes (many of which were mined from our archives) was so much fun to put together. It's free with our September issue, and we'd like to thank our friends at Webstar for making it possible. It helped make our anniversary issue feel so special.

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13 days ago

What's On: Day outing

Stan from Flat Bush

The Combined Probus Club of Ormiston welcomes visitors to join this friendly group on a bus trip to visit Whenuapai Air Base. Further information Joy 271-4114 or Maureen 279-3956.
Day outing
  • Whenuapai
13 days ago

Lawnmowing

Scott from Bucklands Beach

EZYMOW Lawnmowing
Lawnmowing - Edges - Paths Blown Clean - Weedspraying
Phone 02102475434
www.ezymow.co.nz...

Price: $20

14 days ago

Are you a fan of Neighbourly? Want to help lead your community?

Ashleigh Ogden from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbourly's purpose is to grow connections between neighbours, making each community around New Zealand a safe and happy place to live. We are currently on the lookout for Neighbourly members to become Neighbourly Leads in their own community.

Neighbourly Leads are people who enjoy using… View more
Neighbourly's purpose is to grow connections between neighbours, making each community around New Zealand a safe and happy place to live. We are currently on the lookout for Neighbourly members to become Neighbourly Leads in their own community.

Neighbourly Leads are people who enjoy using Neighbourly and feel passionate about their corner of this country. They help neighbours to connect positively on the site and are happy to point members in the right direction.

If this sounds like you, please consider becoming a Neighbourly Lead for your suburb alongside dozens of other keen locals around the country!

You can find more information here.
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14 days ago

Is your connection rugby ready?

Stuff Fibre

We’re less than a month away from kicking off, are you ready? Join Stuff Fibre on a 12 month plan and you’ll get the first 4 months at half price. Take up this offer and you’ll go in the draw to win 1 of 2 Panasonic TV worth $2499.99 RRP.

Ts&Cs apply.
Find out more

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18 days ago

Helping a family in need

Safin from Pakuranga Heights

Does anyone have the items listed below which they would like to donate or sell for a reasonable price to a couple who have 2 young kids. Would appreciate the help .thank you.

Fridge/freezer
Lounge suite
Washing machine
Queen mattress
Microwave
Vaccum

You can PM me or you can call or text me … View more
Does anyone have the items listed below which they would like to donate or sell for a reasonable price to a couple who have 2 young kids. Would appreciate the help .thank you.

Fridge/freezer
Lounge suite
Washing machine
Queen mattress
Microwave
Vaccum

You can PM me or you can call or text me on 0223456268

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14 days ago

Bed and Mattress

Maan from Dannemora

Double bed with mattress (disassembled and ready for pick up). Need gone by Friday, 6th September

Price: $70

14 days ago

Who do you think won Stuff's mayoral debate?

Mandy Te Reporter from Eastern Courier

Hi neighbours! Four Auckland mayoral candidates went head to head on Monday evening. Phil Goff, John Tamihere, Jannaha Henry and Craig Lord spoke about climate change, transport and inequality. What did you think about their opinions on these topics? What did you think of the debate last night? … View moreHi neighbours! Four Auckland mayoral candidates went head to head on Monday evening. Phil Goff, John Tamihere, Jannaha Henry and Craig Lord spoke about climate change, transport and inequality. What did you think about their opinions on these topics? What did you think of the debate last night? Click the link below to watch the debate.

Please add NP if you do not wish for your comment to be in print.

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14 days ago

Re: Shower repair

Vivienne from Pakuranga Heights

Hi Neighbours, just had a leaking shower repaired by Luke Anderson. He is a Registered plumber and did an absolute brilliant job! He came last week, diagnosed where the leak was, explained in detail what needs to be done, set a time to do. He arrived this am, 10
min earlier than he said, did the … View more
Hi Neighbours, just had a leaking shower repaired by Luke Anderson. He is a Registered plumber and did an absolute brilliant job! He came last week, diagnosed where the leak was, explained in detail what needs to be done, set a time to do. He arrived this am, 10
min earlier than he said, did the job within the timeframe he set. What a trustworthy, honest, reasonable (we are seniors) and exceptional tradie. Highly recommend him and so happy that I got him to do the job. He is listed on Neighbourly.
Neighbours ensure that your tradespeople are Registered. Protect yourselves.

14 days ago

Meet the Villagers - Grand opening of the Printing Press

Howick Historical Village

Join the villagers for spring time fun. Pet the lambs, see traditional sheep shearing, taste cooking from the coal range, join in the outdoor games, crafts and more!
Come and see our latest exhibit - the Printing Press - Grand Opening Today! See it in action and take a souvenir from the press, buy… View more
Join the villagers for spring time fun. Pet the lambs, see traditional sheep shearing, taste cooking from the coal range, join in the outdoor games, crafts and more!
Come and see our latest exhibit - the Printing Press - Grand Opening Today! See it in action and take a souvenir from the press, buy a handmade gift from our Garden Shop or a tasty traditional treat from the Victorian Sweet Shop.

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