Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland

26 days ago

Meet our 2020 Houseplant Hero!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Congratulations to King George Diones , who wins $500 worth of Yates products and $300 worth of Kings Plant Barn vouchers. This surgical nurse in Auckland propagates and sells houseplants. He is currently giving all profits to colleagues in the Philippines to buy PPE.

28 days ago

Weak 5.2 earthquake wakes Coromandel, felt across Auckland

Danielle Clent Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Good morning Aucklanders, did anyone wake to a sudden jolt in the early hours?
A weak 5.2 earthquake struck at 3.47am, 120 km north-east of Whangamata. More than 2500 people felt it - and many did across Auckland.
Did you experience the quake? What happened at your house?
Please let us know in the … View more
Good morning Aucklanders, did anyone wake to a sudden jolt in the early hours?
A weak 5.2 earthquake struck at 3.47am, 120 km north-east of Whangamata. More than 2500 people felt it - and many did across Auckland.
Did you experience the quake? What happened at your house?
Please let us know in the comments if you do not want your comments used in a news story.

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26 days ago

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Laurence from Henderson

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26 days ago

Te Atatu Peninsula house sells for $900,000

Property Sale Alert from homes.co.nz

A house at 59 Gloria Avenue in Te Atatu Peninsula has sold for $900,000.

At 90sqm, it is significantly smaller than most homes in Te Atatu Peninsula, where the median house is 136sqm.

The three-bedroom property has one bathroom and its capital valuation is $910,000. The median CV in Te Atatu … View more
A house at 59 Gloria Avenue in Te Atatu Peninsula has sold for $900,000.

At 90sqm, it is significantly smaller than most homes in Te Atatu Peninsula, where the median house is 136sqm.

The three-bedroom property has one bathroom and its capital valuation is $910,000. The median CV in Te Atatu Peninsula is $973,900. This property sold on July 14, 2020.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

26 days ago

Sale in Te Atatu Peninsula: house goes for $940,000

Property Sale Alert from homes.co.nz

A three-bedroom home at 14 London Street in Te Atatu Peninsula has sold for $940,000.

The 100sqm home is smaller than most homes in the suburb. The median home in Te Atatu Peninsula is 136sqm.

The sale was completed on June 29, 2020. Its capital valuation is $960,000, compared with the median CV … View more
A three-bedroom home at 14 London Street in Te Atatu Peninsula has sold for $940,000.

The 100sqm home is smaller than most homes in the suburb. The median home in Te Atatu Peninsula is 136sqm.

The sale was completed on June 29, 2020. Its capital valuation is $960,000, compared with the median CV in the suburb of $973,900.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

26 days ago

Sale in Te Atatu Peninsula: house fetches $1.2 million

Property Sale Alert from homes.co.nz

A sizeable house on Gloria Avenue in Te Atatu Peninsula has sold for $1.2 million. At 270sqm the property at No. 60 is 99 per cent larger than the median in Te Atatu Peninsula of 136sqm.

Its capital valuation is $1.05 million, compared with the median in the suburb of $973,900. The sale was … View more
A sizeable house on Gloria Avenue in Te Atatu Peninsula has sold for $1.2 million. At 270sqm the property at No. 60 is 99 per cent larger than the median in Te Atatu Peninsula of 136sqm.

Its capital valuation is $1.05 million, compared with the median in the suburb of $973,900. The sale was finalised on July 8, 2020.

This information is courtesy of homes.co.nz. It becomes available as soon the sale is processed by the local council. This can sometimes take up to three months.

26 days ago

Anyone can be Nymbl

The Team from ACC New Zealand

Now you can get better balance, in the comfort and safety of your own home, with Nymbl - the easy-to-use smartphone app.

Nymbl gives you simple body movements, combined with brain challenges like trivia, to really improve your balance.

It’s fun and only takes only 10 minutes a day.

Get… View more
Now you can get better balance, in the comfort and safety of your own home, with Nymbl - the easy-to-use smartphone app.

Nymbl gives you simple body movements, combined with brain challenges like trivia, to really improve your balance.

It’s fun and only takes only 10 minutes a day.

Get Nymbl now, for free. Just go to nymblscience.com...
Register now

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26 days ago

Are your curtains as tired of Level 3 as you are?

The Team from Textile Cleaning Services Ltd

Textile Curtain Cleaning is the most reputable, reliable name in curtain cleaning in Auckland. Also best known to remove the unsightly stains, mildew and mould spores that leave your curtains and blinds looking less than their best.

Because your window furnishings are valuable and must be … View more
Textile Curtain Cleaning is the most reputable, reliable name in curtain cleaning in Auckland. Also best known to remove the unsightly stains, mildew and mould spores that leave your curtains and blinds looking less than their best.

Because your window furnishings are valuable and must be carefully maintained, you can trust our experienced team to professionally clean your curtains, drapes and blinds. After we have worked our magic, your window coverings will be returned to you as good as new and smelling beautifully fresh.

Now that we are heading into level 2 we can collect your unclean curtains and return them fresh and healthy, making the process easy for you!

Call now to talk to the experts on 09 473 5350 or 09 426 4690 or visit our website.
Find out more

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30 days ago

Rural Kiwis send support for Aucklanders trapped in lockdown

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Community News

Hi neighbours!

New Zealanders from farms, factories and schools around the country are showcasing messages of support for Aucklanders trapped in lockdown.

The initiative is being driven by Kia Kaha Auckland, a group aiming to support communities and regions who continue to be disadvantaged by… View more
Hi neighbours!

New Zealanders from farms, factories and schools around the country are showcasing messages of support for Aucklanders trapped in lockdown.

The initiative is being driven by Kia Kaha Auckland, a group aiming to support communities and regions who continue to be disadvantaged by the impacts of Covid-19.

Group spokesperson Lee Astridge said it was a way to show Auckland the rest of the country was thinking of them and wishing them strength in adversity.

“We’re a bunch of rural people who believe that stepping up and showing we care for everyone in New Zealand ultimately gives the country the best chance to thrive,” he said.

Here’s a clip of some of the messages, let us know what you think in the comments!

29 days ago

Letters, Tinder messages to feature in upcoming Auckland Museum love exhibition

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Community News

Auckland Museum is calling on the public submit personal messages they have received in their life about love, loss and longing.

Letters, texts, postcards and even Tinder messages Aucklanders have sent to one another will be compiled into an upcoming exhibition in mid-2021.

Auckland Museum … View more
Auckland Museum is calling on the public submit personal messages they have received in their life about love, loss and longing.

Letters, texts, postcards and even Tinder messages Aucklanders have sent to one another will be compiled into an upcoming exhibition in mid-2021.

Auckland Museum spokesperson Nina Finigan said the exhibition will explore the ways Aucklanders communicate feelings of love, loss, and longing, and how that has changed and stayed the same over time.

“Love, loss and longing – these feelings are universal and reveal something profound about what it means to be human,” she said.

“How we communicate these emotions continues to evolve but our need to tell people we love and miss them is timeless.”

Submissions can be anything from a love letter physically received in the mail, an email from a friend overseas, an affectionate card from a family member or messages from a Tinder profile.

They can focus on love lost in the form of a breakup message, a letter from someone disclosing profound grief, or a letter that takes on new meaning after the sender has passed away.

Family stories where letters or messages played a key part, or letters that have been passed down in your family, are also welcomed for submission.

"We acknowledge that such messages are highly personal. We are committed to ethical use and display of personal stories and will work alongside submitters to ensure their stories are treated with care, sensitivity and respect,” Finigan said.

To submit items for consideration please send a photo, scan or screen grab of the letter, email or message history to submissions@aucklandmuseum.com

Submissions close Sunday 13 September.

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27 days ago

Miscommunication COVID-19 tests for West or South Aucklander

Alex Neighbourly Lead from Henderson

This was a wrong message confirmed the authorities.

The Government has released an "important message" online that all South and West Aucklanders should have a Covid-19 test regardless of whether they have symptoms.

www.nzherald.co.nz...

32 days ago

Show us your lockdown snaps!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hi Auckland,

We want to know if there's anything in your hood that's caught your eye since the change of Alert Levels. Is there something you've seen on your iso walkabout that deserves to be shared?

Post your #lockdownsnaps in the comments below ⬇️⬇️

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27 days ago

Face Mask

Laurence from Henderson

021-836612. Please ask if need more than one . Thanks

Negotiable

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27 days ago

It's the final countdown

The Team from New Zealander of the Year Award | Ngā Tohu Pou Kōhure o Aotearoa

Neighbours! This. Is. Not. A. Drill! Auckland, you’ve got less than 24 hours to get your Kiwibank New Zealand Local Hero of the Year nominations in.

Who will it be?

nzawards.org.nz...

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