Te Atatu Peninsula, Auckland

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7 days ago

Excellent Leather Sofa - Freedom Furniture

Erena from Te Atatu Peninsula

Selling on trademe:
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We have a matching set of 2-seater leather couches, purchased from Freedom Furniture 4 years ago. Excellent condition. No major scuffs or scratches. From a NON smoking home. Just moved in to a new house and no longer have room for these.

Modern. Clean. … View more
Selling on trademe:
www.trademe.co.nz...

We have a matching set of 2-seater leather couches, purchased from Freedom Furniture 4 years ago. Excellent condition. No major scuffs or scratches. From a NON smoking home. Just moved in to a new house and no longer have room for these.

Modern. Clean. Timeless design. They look great in an office or a lounge. Hard wearing and long lasting.
Size: L 1750 x W 900 x H 700

You are bidding on a single couch. E-mail if you would like to view, are interested in purchasing both, or if you have any other questions. Best of luck. Pick up only in Te Atatu Peninsula.

Price: $500

9 days ago

White Tail Invasion - HELP! Suggestions please...

Gina from Te Atatu Peninsula

Hi Neighbours, we've recently had quite a few white-tail spiders inside our home. And some have been big ones! If I am going to be honest, they freak me out and I want them gone! (Sorry spider lovers). Do you get them and what works in your home to keep them away? Thanks in advance.

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9 days ago

FOUND WHITE RABBIT

Cherie from Te Atatu South

We have found a friendly rabbit Duncan Ave Te Atatu South.

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7 days ago

What qualities are important in a partner and how did you meet your partner?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Western Leader

Hi neighbours, A survey of 2000 Kiwis has shown different generations place value different qualities when looking for love. Young adults, aged 16 to 34, ranked a sense of humour as the most important quality in a partner, where as most 55- to 64-year-olds viewed sharing values as more important … View moreHi neighbours, A survey of 2000 Kiwis has shown different generations place value different qualities when looking for love. Young adults, aged 16 to 34, ranked a sense of humour as the most important quality in a partner, where as most 55- to 64-year-olds viewed sharing values as more important than sharing a laugh together. Younger people were also more likely to judge potential partners on their looks and perhaps unsurprisingly, more likely to meet their significant other online. What do you think is the most important quality in a partner and how did you meet yours? Please write "NFP" if you don't want your comment to appear in stories.

7 days ago

What do local elections mean to you?

The Team Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Hi neighbours, my name is Brittany and I am a reporter with the Sunday Star Times. I'm looking for a family who's willing to talk to me about what local elections mean for them - the big issues that will affect you this year such as rates, transport etc.

Please get in touch if you are… View more
Hi neighbours, my name is Brittany and I am a reporter with the Sunday Star Times. I'm looking for a family who's willing to talk to me about what local elections mean for them - the big issues that will affect you this year such as rates, transport etc.

Please get in touch if you are available to chat today or tomorrow - you must be willing to be quite open, as you may be asked about budget, household income and if you own your own home etc. To get in touch, email brittany.keogh@fairfaxmedia.co.nz (Please note that we will need you to be named and photographed for the story).

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8 days ago

Youth politicians accuse Auckland Council of 'ageism'

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Western Leader

Auckland Council has been accused of ageism for paying members of its youth panel 30 per cent less than its older advisors.

Members of its youth advisory board, who are aged 14 to 24, are paid $173 per meeting, but a review has recommended the council raise their pay to match the rate of $250 … View more
Auckland Council has been accused of ageism for paying members of its youth panel 30 per cent less than its older advisors.

Members of its youth advisory board, who are aged 14 to 24, are paid $173 per meeting, but a review has recommended the council raise their pay to match the rate of $250 per meeting, that members of other demographic panels get.

What do you think? Should young people get a pay rise? Read the full story here.

8 days ago

Fun filled workout to Bollywood music

Baptist from Avondale

Hi All,

Please join us to a fun filled exercise to Bollywood music at a fraction of the cost. See the attached Flyer

When: Every Saturday at 9 am for one hour
Where: New Lynn Community Center, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn,
Cost : $ 5 per session (casual) or $30 for 10 sessions

Please bring a … View more
Hi All,

Please join us to a fun filled exercise to Bollywood music at a fraction of the cost. See the attached Flyer

When: Every Saturday at 9 am for one hour
Where: New Lynn Community Center, 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn,
Cost : $ 5 per session (casual) or $30 for 10 sessions

Please bring a bottle of water and a towel

First session absolutely free. Please come and give us a try and I guarantee that you will want more of it. Bring along friends and family. Hope to see you there

If you need more information please contact any one of us on the flyer.

New Season is starting tomorrow. Hurry and join before the spots fill up

We have our sessions through out the year come rain come shine please see our attached schedule

Those who have attended our class in the past can you please post your comments/recommend us

Here are some samples of our exercise

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8 days ago

A big hello to all our Neighbourly Neighbours!

NZ Chartered Accountant from Small Business Accounting - Hobsonville

We are brand new to Neighbourly, and still fairly new to Hobsonville, so thought we would say Hello and introduce ourselves!

At Hobsonville SBA, we are a friendly local business specialising in all your accounting needs. We provide you with all the tools to manage your business efficiently, giving… View more
We are brand new to Neighbourly, and still fairly new to Hobsonville, so thought we would say Hello and introduce ourselves!

At Hobsonville SBA, we are a friendly local business specialising in all your accounting needs. We provide you with all the tools to manage your business efficiently, giving you freedom to focus on growing your business, and us to focus on you!

We invite you to come and have a FREE no obligation chat with us so you can feel the accounting difference we promise.

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8 days ago

NZ's largest fun run is back for 2020!

Ruby Imlach from Round the Bays

Hello Neighbours! Ports of Auckland Round the Bays (aka NZ's largest fun run) is back for a 48th year of fun and we're inviting you to join us! 🙌🏼 We hit Auckland’s waterfront Sunday, 8th March 2020, with entries opening this Thursday 10th Oct. So, whose ready to get … View moreHello Neighbours! Ports of Auckland Round the Bays (aka NZ's largest fun run) is back for a 48th year of fun and we're inviting you to join us! 🙌🏼 We hit Auckland’s waterfront Sunday, 8th March 2020, with entries opening this Thursday 10th Oct. So, whose ready to get fun-run-ready!? 💥🤸🏼‍♀

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8 days ago

A SIMPLY STUNNING HOME!

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Dramatic landscaping and modern accents enhance this dynamic home. Incorporating unique craftsmanship and the best of materials. Here you will find all the romance of traditional architecture with solid construction combined with quality fixtures and fittings, defined simply as "A stunning … View moreDramatic landscaping and modern accents enhance this dynamic home. Incorporating unique craftsmanship and the best of materials. Here you will find all the romance of traditional architecture with solid construction combined with quality fixtures and fittings, defined simply as "A stunning departure from the ordinary, opulent in mood and functional in design". 3 bedrooms plus study & living upstairs, and 3 bedrooms also with living downstairs.
The attention to detail and specs in the craftsmanship of this recently extended family home is truly outstanding and creates a unique environment for entertaining or providing inspiration for your own creations.
Fabulous flow from living areas to balconies and patios, this home is the epitome of that holiday feeling that will make you forget the rest of the world simply exists.
The impressive entrance sweeps into a stairwell area where bedrooms & bathrooms all flow into an inter-connectivity that will only be appreciated upon inspection.
Hallmarks include 6/7 spacious bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (including en-suite), 2 living rooms both with views out to the private pool and manicured gardens, dining area opening into the spacious kitchen and balcony, downstairs joinery all double glazed - a feast for the eye. The home is a proud 230m2 residence, sitting on a boastful 852m2 fee simple section (zoned Mixed Housing Urban).
Versatile living over 2 stories with the main upstairs living being serenely simple, spacious but intimate and a special place for quiet time with polished timber floors and a fireplace that gives you that year round holiday feel. The downstairs living quarters are great for extended family/ Air B&B situations, being nearly entirely self contained with its own entrance if needed.
Sitting in one of the best streets in Te Atatu Peninsula, with all amenities near by, supermarket, shops, easy motorway access and a great community centre with public transport routes.
This is not an auction, so all written offers, conditional or otherwise will be presented.

14 days ago

A West Auckland suburb's strict rules that all residents must abide by

Tori Tokalau Reporter from Western Leader

What do you think about Hobsonville Points rules that all residents must follow?

*Please type NFP if you don't want your comments used in stories.

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9 days ago

Poll: Should parents be fined if their children drop out of school?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The National Party is considering a policy of fining parents $3000 if their children drop out of school and don't enter further education or training.

Simon Bridges says "The reality is if you're not in work, education or training, you're going to be languishing in a dole … View more
The National Party is considering a policy of fining parents $3000 if their children drop out of school and don't enter further education or training.

Simon Bridges says "The reality is if you're not in work, education or training, you're going to be languishing in a dole queue, and the evidence is potentially for a long time". Do you agree with this policy? Should parents be fined?

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Should parents be fined if their children drop out of school?
  • 36.1% Yes - they are responsible for their children
    36.1% Complete
  • 32.7% No - it's not the parents' choice
    32.7% Complete
  • 31.2% It's not fair to assume they'll end up in the dole queue
    31.2% Complete
892 votes
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