Waiatarua, Auckland

6 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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6 days ago

Do you buy NZ Made?

Debrin from Glen Eden

Do you buy Kiwi-made? How much more are you willing to pay for something that comes from a NZ business? Can you chat to me for a story? Message me on debrin.foxcroft@stuff.co.nz

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7 days ago

How a café owner gave a homeless man a job...

AMI Insurance

Tom Reilly took a chance on a local homeless man, Matty Harris, and gave him a job in his cafe and art space in Titirangi. As a result, Matty has found a sense of purpose and rediscovered his passion for art. “Tom has taken me as I am and given me opportunities that no-one else would. It would be… View moreTom Reilly took a chance on a local homeless man, Matty Harris, and gave him a job in his cafe and art space in Titirangi. As a result, Matty has found a sense of purpose and rediscovered his passion for art. “Tom has taken me as I am and given me opportunities that no-one else would. It would be good if kindness like that was contagious.”

To read more about this inspiring act of kindness visit the AMI Hub.

#OurKindaKindness
Read more now

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7 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.

7 days ago

198 Huia Road, Titirangi | For Sale - The Smiths | Ray White

The Smiths from Ray White Titirangi

🏡 Here Comes The Sun!!! 🏡

198 Huia Road, Titirangi

✔️ This showstopper really has it all. Flat lawns, easy indoor/outdoor flow and all day sun
✔️ Nestled in an enclave of high quality homes this contemporary beauty ticks all the boxes
✔️ Fabulous open plan family/dining room … View more
🏡 Here Comes The Sun!!! 🏡

198 Huia Road, Titirangi

✔️ This showstopper really has it all. Flat lawns, easy indoor/outdoor flow and all day sun
✔️ Nestled in an enclave of high quality homes this contemporary beauty ticks all the boxes
✔️ Fabulous open plan family/dining room hugs the north side of the residence and provides the easiest access onto the sun-filled outdoor deck
✔️ This property offers 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 3 living areas, designer kitchen, two car garaging with internal access and plenty of off street parking
✔️ All this set in a relatively flat 1297 sqm of grassed lawn, guarded by well-kept hedges.
✔️ In Zone to two decile 10 schools
✔️ Without doubt, a home for all, from family to executive couples the appeal here is universal. This is not one to miss!!!


Contact THE SMITHS to view this exceptional home or come along to the open home!


View this property online: www.rwtitirangi.co.nz...


#TheSmiths #PremiumProperty #ElitePerformers #RayWhite #Titirangi #RealEstate

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7 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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7 days ago

NYTC "Wizard of Oz" playing at the Aotea Centre

Steve & Debs from Glen Eden

The National Youth Theatre Company (NYTC) production of "The Wizard of Oz" will be playing at the Aotea Centre in Auckland in November - December 2019.

Tickets are now on sale at Ticketmaster:

www.ticketmaster.co.nz...

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13 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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8 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
7 days ago

Testimonial Tuesday

NumberWorks'nWords Henderson

We love the feedback we get from our parents.

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7 days ago

Royal Albert; Old English Rose

Glen from Swanson

Set of cups/saucers/plates; sugar bowl; cake plate etc. Lovely set but the family just don't need them anymore and I am sure someone could enjoy having them as we have for two generations.

Price: $200

8 days ago

Ready for White Sunday?

Mangere Town Centre

Māngere Town Centre is your one-stop-shop for clothing, fabric, food, groceries, gifts and the ever-popular weekend markets.

Everything you need for White Sunday, sorted!
Visit us

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