Karapiro - Maungatautari, Cambridge

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22 days ago

Tall Bearded Iris - Yellow

Loges from Tamahere

Easy care plants that like a sunny area and free draining soil. These are reliable bloomers and the foliage grows to about 30 cm. The tall flower spikes stand at about 60 cm long. They will look lovely planted at the back of a mixed flower bed to create height.
Plant it on a mound with the … View more
Easy care plants that like a sunny area and free draining soil. These are reliable bloomers and the foliage grows to about 30 cm. The tall flower spikes stand at about 60 cm long. They will look lovely planted at the back of a mixed flower bed to create height.
Plant it on a mound with the rhizome exposed on the soil, so that it bakes in the sun.

I have a lot of other flowering plants, herbs, ground covers, berry plants and FRESH EGGS for sale. Pick up on Newell Road, Tamahere, Hamilton. Please text 027-6566223

Price: $5

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22 days ago

Tall Bearded Iris - Pastel Purple

Loges from Tamahere

Easy care plants that like a sunny area and free draining soil. These are reliable bloomers and produce large delicate pastel purple flowers on long stems - about 30 cm .
Plant it on a mound with the rhizome exposed on the soil, so that it bakes in the sun.

Pick up on Newell Road, Tamahere. I… View more
Easy care plants that like a sunny area and free draining soil. These are reliable bloomers and produce large delicate pastel purple flowers on long stems - about 30 cm .
Plant it on a mound with the rhizome exposed on the soil, so that it bakes in the sun.

Pick up on Newell Road, Tamahere. I have a lot of other flowering plants, herbs, ground covers, berry plants and fresh eggs for sale. Please text 027-6566223

Price: $5

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22 days ago

Orange Daylilies - 7

Loges from Tamahere

Easy care plants that thrive in a sunny or part shady area.
These produce lovely orange flowers with red markings. The flowers are borne on stalks about 40cm tall. Each flower fades after a day and will be replaced by another bloom.
the young buds are edible - stir fried or deep fried coated in … View more
Easy care plants that thrive in a sunny or part shady area.
These produce lovely orange flowers with red markings. The flowers are borne on stalks about 40cm tall. Each flower fades after a day and will be replaced by another bloom.
the young buds are edible - stir fried or deep fried coated in batter.
I have a lot of other flowering plants, herbs, ground covers, berry plants and FRESH EGGS for sale. Pick up on Newell Road, Tamahere. Pls text 027-6566223.

Price: $14

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23 days ago

Wax for recycling

Gail from Tamahere

Hi Folks, I have been collecting wax to remake into candles, but haven't had the time. It's cluttering up the bench, getting in the way - time to let it go!
It's free, so if you're interested, please call on 0212691079

24 days ago

Bee Swarms

Charles from Tamahere

Spring is here and bees are looking for new homes - if you see a bee swarm we would love to give it a new home. Please phone Charles on 021964000 any time and we will be on site as soon as practical to help our fantastic bee friends and keep you safe. We are amateur bee keepers who are passionate … View moreSpring is here and bees are looking for new homes - if you see a bee swarm we would love to give it a new home. Please phone Charles on 021964000 any time and we will be on site as soon as practical to help our fantastic bee friends and keep you safe. We are amateur bee keepers who are passionate about our pollinating helpers, members of the Waikato Domestic Beekeepers Association, Apiculture NZ and a registered AFB inspector keeping our bee colonies disease free

23 days ago

Vote Stuff Fibre for People’s Choice Award

Stuff Fibre

We’re thrilled to be up for five Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards this year including People’s Choice!

We wouldn’t be here without our amazing support network and customers. Show your support and hit that vote button for Stuff Fibre!
Vote now

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25 days ago

Lost jacket

Marie-Jeanne from Putaruru

Hi! I lost my old jacket on Monday October 14th, most probably outside Ma Baker, on the Tirau Rd in Putaruru at about 12 45 pm. It's old and I'm very attached to it, moreover it's my only one. I don't can't wait till next winter and the weather is still cold, so if you … View moreHi! I lost my old jacket on Monday October 14th, most probably outside Ma Baker, on the Tirau Rd in Putaruru at about 12 45 pm. It's old and I'm very attached to it, moreover it's my only one. I don't can't wait till next winter and the weather is still cold, so if you 've got it, please return it to me or the Putaruru Police station. It has a lost number lodged with them. The jacket is 3/4 length, mauve with blue cuffs and a waist cord with toggles. Thanks . My ph. number : 07 281 4283.

24 days ago

From trash to flash

The Team from Resene ColorShop Cambridge

Transform an old wooden drawer into a stylish shelf and paint it your favourite Resene colour.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself.

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24 days ago

Spring or Foam Mattress: Which is Best for You?

Marketing Manager from Beds 4 U Matamata

While shopping for the new mattress, the first thing you need to determine is the type of mattress you require. There are different kinds of mattresses on the market but the most popular ones are the innerspring and the memory foam mattresses. Many people pick one of these for the utmost sleeping … View moreWhile shopping for the new mattress, the first thing you need to determine is the type of mattress you require. There are different kinds of mattresses on the market but the most popular ones are the innerspring and the memory foam mattresses. Many people pick one of these for the utmost sleeping comfort. Now the question arises what’s the difference between both these mattresses and which one is supposed to be perfect for you?

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24 days ago

Trick or treating: Love it or hate it

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours,
Halloween is fast approaching. Some Kiwis think it's great fun and go all out with decorations and lollies. Others just want to shut their doors and be left alone, leave it to the Americans.

Do you celebrate Halloween at your house? Why or why not?
And If you don't like… View more
Hey neighbours,
Halloween is fast approaching. Some Kiwis think it's great fun and go all out with decorations and lollies. Others just want to shut their doors and be left alone, leave it to the Americans.

Do you celebrate Halloween at your house? Why or why not?
And If you don't like trick or treating, how do you make it clear your house is a no-go zone?

We're keen to talk to some people who feel strongly about Halloween one way or the other. If you have thoughts to share, please email homed@stuff.co.nz and we'll be in touch.

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24 days ago

Warmer weather means you'll be seeing more of us out and about in the community. 😎👋

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Great to see Neighbourhood Support members in Hamilton, Ashburton and Rodney this month helping neighbours get better connected, supported and prepared.

From our whare to yours, wishing everyone a safe and fun Labour Day weekend ahead!

24 days ago

Made a gain on a property you've sold recently?

The team Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Hi Neighbourly - we're looking for someone who's made a capital gain on a property they've sold recently and is willing to chat about that in a news story. Can you help? Email susan.edmunds@stuff.co.nz

24 days ago

Special prices for our special editions!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

You'll see this promotion in our upcoming November issue, but it's so exciting we can't wait to show you! Our annual Garden Diary for 2020 PLUS a special edition to commemorate our 75th anniversary this year, How To Grow Veges 1944-2019. You can order them now for the early bird … View moreYou'll see this promotion in our upcoming November issue, but it's so exciting we can't wait to show you! Our annual Garden Diary for 2020 PLUS a special edition to commemorate our 75th anniversary this year, How To Grow Veges 1944-2019. You can order them now for the early bird price of $11.90 each - that's a 25% savings off the retail price of $15.90 (offer will end when they hit the newsstands next month). Order online or phone 0800 624 744.

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