Three Kings, Auckland

36 days ago

LET'S HAVE SOME FUN WHILST STILL IN LOCK-DOWN!!

Debbie from Wholesale Meats Direct - Onehunga

CREATE YOUR FAVOURITE INSPIRED DISH USING ONE OF OUR MEAT PRODUCTS AND GO IN THE DRAW TO WIN A $50 MEAT PACK!
Conditions: You must have ordered online during level 4 lockdown, received and use one of our MEAT products as the FEATURED INGREDIENT in your dish!
Send us a photo of your dish and a photo… View more
CREATE YOUR FAVOURITE INSPIRED DISH USING ONE OF OUR MEAT PRODUCTS AND GO IN THE DRAW TO WIN A $50 MEAT PACK!
Conditions: You must have ordered online during level 4 lockdown, received and use one of our MEAT products as the FEATURED INGREDIENT in your dish!
Send us a photo of your dish and a photo of your family or yourself enjoying your creation and what inspired you. Send to accounts@wholesalemeatsdirect.co.nz

The best 6 photo’s will then go into the draw to win a $50 MEAT PACK! The winner will be notified via email.

Entries close TUESDAY 21st SEPTEMBER 2021

HAVEN’T ORDERED ANYTHING DURING LOCK-DOWN? ALL GOOD! JUST JUMP ONLINE AND ORDER TODAY!
www.wholesalemeatsdirect.co.nz...

We have a huge range of fresh and frozen products and it will be deliver to your door contact less.

37 days ago

Auckland's south and west need more than just Covid jabs

Todd Niall Reporter from Community News

Kia ora Neighbours, Two big lockdowns and the GFC before them will leave more scars on Auckland's most vulnerable communities. Is it time for more than a crisis response? Read the article below:

37 days ago

Covid Testing

Emily from Sandringham

Mt Eden residents have been advised to have a one-off covid test......Gavin Lobo Health are available @ 337 Dominion Road. Call 09 6315305

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36 days ago

untreated saw dust

Adrian from New Windsor

does any one have untreated saw dust or wood chips not being used to give away.rghds

36 days ago

Noticed anything different?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

It's te wiki o te reo Māori, and to celebrate this awesome initiative, we've given our logo a little update.

'Haporitanga' means 'the many principles and actions of being a community' and we think it's a great way to express what Neighbourly is.

Are you … View more
It's te wiki o te reo Māori, and to celebrate this awesome initiative, we've given our logo a little update.

'Haporitanga' means 'the many principles and actions of being a community' and we think it's a great way to express what Neighbourly is.

Are you keen to dive straight into te wiki? Here's a video by our mates at Stuff showing five te reo words that every person from across the motu (country) needs to know.

For more coverage on Māori language week, click the 'See more' button below.

Ngā manaakitanga!
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37 days ago

Support your local businesses

Mike from Mike Robson

SOS vouchers are back! Save Our Small (SOS) Business, is a not-for-profit encouraging people to buy vouchers from their favourite cafes and services now, to redeem later when they're able to reopen and start trading again.

Head to sosbusiness.nz... and check out all the local businesses you… View more
SOS vouchers are back! Save Our Small (SOS) Business, is a not-for-profit encouraging people to buy vouchers from their favourite cafes and services now, to redeem later when they're able to reopen and start trading again.

Head to sosbusiness.nz... and check out all the local businesses you can inject some cashflow into now to redeem later.

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39 days ago

Neighbourhood fruit trees

Colleen from Onehunga

I put this up a couple of weeks ago, I hope no one minds if I post it again

Colleen Ellis from Onehunga

As we've been walking/driving around our neighbourhood there are a number of citrus ( oranges, lemons & grapefruit) laden trees shedding all over the ground. This of course occurs … View more
I put this up a couple of weeks ago, I hope no one minds if I post it again

Colleen Ellis from Onehunga

As we've been walking/driving around our neighbourhood there are a number of citrus ( oranges, lemons & grapefruit) laden trees shedding all over the ground. This of course occurs every year but we're mainly home at the moment. How about if you have a tree , especially the oranges, you could pick and either bag them "free fruit help yourself" outside your front fence or maybe contact a local food bank to drop them off at their base. Perhaps if your neighbour has a tree you could ask if you could carefully pick and bag them etc for those who would welcome them. As we know some people are doing it hard and it just seems a terrible shame to watch the fruit rot on the ground.
Stay safe
Colleen

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45 days ago

White/ Ginger small cat

Ava from Royal Oak

Is anyone in Royal Oak area by the big roundabout missing their orange/white cat? My husband saw her lying by the road....if you are her owner, she lies on the pathway between the driveways of 844 and 842 Manukau Road 😥😥 really sorry for your loss.

44 days ago

Poll: Has your local Covid-19 testing centre been busy or empty lately?

Ripu Bhatia Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi neighbours,

What’s your local Covid-19 testing centre, and has it been busy or empty lately?

Please vote and comment!

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Has your local Covid-19 testing centre been busy or empty lately?
  • 30.9% Busy
    30.9% Complete
  • 69.1% Empty
    69.1% Complete
275 votes
37 days ago

We can’t wait till Auckland moves back to Level 2!

Hilton Brown Swimming

All our Auckland facilities will reopen under Level 2 Delta guidelines when we move back into Level 2.

We help babies, children and adults feel confident in and around the water and are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all.

Touch base with us today to book in for … View more
All our Auckland facilities will reopen under Level 2 Delta guidelines when we move back into Level 2.

We help babies, children and adults feel confident in and around the water and are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all.

Touch base with us today to book in for your FREE trial lesson. We have locations in both Newmarket and One Tree Hill.

The Free Trial lesson is open to all new customers.
Find out more

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39 days ago

My Simple Thing

Mubashir Neighbourly Lead from Mount Roskill

My simple thing is going in the backyard and looking for fresh eggs early in the morning and finding a size zero egg in the nest 🤸‍♂️😁

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39 days ago

Handmade Dr Ashley Bloomfield figurine

Eddie from Lynfield

Hi there! I created this during this level 4 lock-down, feel free to check him out on Facebook, and he's currently auctioning on TradeMe! www.facebook.com...

Negotiable

39 days ago

Community Constable Don Allan's September newsletter

Colleen from Onehunga

Hi Neighbours,
Here's the latest from Don who's been in isolation for 14 days,
We welcome you back Don....
Hi Everyone,
Please share this message and my newsletter with your members and contacts

I hope you are all managing to keep safe and healthy during these stressing and difficult… View more
Hi Neighbours,
Here's the latest from Don who's been in isolation for 14 days,
We welcome you back Don....
Hi Everyone,
Please share this message and my newsletter with your members and contacts

I hope you are all managing to keep safe and healthy during these stressing and difficult times.
During the last few weeks I have managed to get myself Isolated for fourteen days due to being a close contact from the Dress Smart place of interest on the 16th of last month, that was fun. NOT! However I have been back on the beat working with my Onehunga Policing team attending Covid19 related incidents reported to police.

Unfortunately, those involved in criminal activity are continuing as predicted, so please continue to be vigilant and look out for anything of concern. The 111 emergency phone number is the best number to call to notify police of all emergencies including all Covid related concerns.

Also, an update on mail theft.
Police have recently identified individuals involved in high volume mail theft from the Ellerslie and Onehunga areas. Further information will follow once the investigation has concluded.

Keep safe and be vigilant

Kind regards
Don

September Police newsletter.pdf Download View

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40 days ago

Yacon Tubers

Diana from Mount Eden

I have lifted my yacon tubers and have a lot to give away. This URL provides information about yacon ; thisnzlife.co.nz... . I find them crisp and refreshing and the sugars have the advantage of not being digestible so they are very low on the glycemic index. - so I have read! I can leave them at … View moreI have lifted my yacon tubers and have a lot to give away. This URL provides information about yacon ; thisnzlife.co.nz... . I find them crisp and refreshing and the sugars have the advantage of not being digestible so they are very low on the glycemic index. - so I have read! I can leave them at the gate by arrangement for anyone who wants them or you can pick them up after lockdown.

Free

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