91 days ago

Is red-light running becoming commonplace?

Kymberlee Fernandes Reporter from Manukau Courier

Hey neighbours,
Have you noticed more people running red lights? At which intersections does it happen most often?
(Put NFP/Not for print if you don't want comments used.)

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3 days ago

Home sweet home - a property worth exploring

Monty Dsor from Monty Dsor - Ray White Papatoetoe

This wonderfully private and tastefully decorated brick and tile style home is tucked away in the heart of Pitt Avenue, Clendon Park, Manukau City. The lovely open plan living spills out onto a secluded patio and front garden which catches the afternoon sun.

Rear section is very private which is ideal for entertaining family and friends. On warm summer evenings you can enjoy the indoor-outdoor living, while on cooler nights you can be cosy inside. Modern kitchen is fitted with quality appliances. Internal access garage offers space plus more.

The property is located at walking distances to schools, shops and is on bus route. It's close to Manukau Shopping centre, airport and easy access to the motorway.

Establish your roots in this quality neighbourhood with a perfect balance of comfort and convenience, this one is just too good to pass by. This property demands inspection, call me to arrange one or come to my open home.

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6 days ago

Household rubbish dumped in Middlemore Crescent

Huhana from Papatoetoe

Hi we have more rubbish being dumped in Middlemore Park between Middlemore Crescent and Swaffield Road. It is not on and has been reported to council for removal. Please respect our parks and streets, deal with your rubbish responsibility and don't dump it in our streets. A good neighborhood is one that looks after each other
Thanks
Huhana

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18 days ago

Free NZQA accredited business programmes offered

Josephine from Otara

Hi Neigbours, Just letting everyone know that I am running a free 20 week NZQA level 3 "Certificate in Money Management" programme for Te Wananga o Aotearoa. The programme will run one evening a week, on a Tuesday, from 6 - 9pm beginning 17th July and finishing on Tues 27th Nov. If you would like to take advantage of this free opportunity and gain some valuable NZQA accredited qualifications please email me and I will send you an overview. Graduating from this programme will guarantee you a place in Semester A 2019, onto the free level 4 NZQA accredited "Certificate in Small Business and Project Management (CSBM)" programme, which in turn will allow you the only pathway into the free level 5 NZQA accredited NZ Diploma in Business (Project Management). Unfortunately the CSBM programme is full for this Semester B.



If you would like to learn about money matters, including investment opportunities, debt management, property investment, and much much more send me an email. To be eligible you must be a NZ citizen or a permanent resident. Although these are Te Wananga o Aotearoa programmes, I run my classes out of MIT in Otara, for the convenience of our students on this side of Auckland.



Regards, Josephine Baker (MBA, Dip. in Adult Education)