Huntsbury, Christchurch

42 days ago

Kids bicycle helmet

Aaron Neighbourly Lead from Hillsborough

Used blue and silver LIMAR bicycle helmet.
52-57 cm
Never been dropped and except for a few marks it is in very good order.
0211675150
Hillsborough

Price: $20

42 days ago

Do more of what you love

Ryman Healthcare Limited

Ryman village living lets you worry less and play more. Experience our retirement villages.

0800 555 103 | rymanhealthcare.co.nz
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43 days ago

Roofing Primer

David from Somerfield

Nearly at the end of the job and have run out of primer. I don't want to spend $150.00 on a 10 litre pail. Anyone got some leftovers at the back of the shed?

46 days ago

$900,000 worth of lights destined for Christchurch Botanic Gardens

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Trees in Christchurch's Botanic Gardens will be lit up year-round by the end of next month.

The Christchurch City Council is spending $900,000 on 119 lights to be placed in the Armstrong Lawn area adjacent to Rolleston Ave.

Some members of the public were concerned about the light … View more
Trees in Christchurch's Botanic Gardens will be lit up year-round by the end of next month.

The Christchurch City Council is spending $900,000 on 119 lights to be placed in the Armstrong Lawn area adjacent to Rolleston Ave.

Some members of the public were concerned about the light pollution and the effect the lights would have on the ecosystem.

Council head of parks Andrew Rutledge said the lights had almost no UV spectrum, which reduced or eliminated insects' attraction to the light. The lights could also be dimmed and would not be on all night.

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43 days ago

Bringing generations together

AMI Insurance

Cambridge mum Rebecca Broadbent regularly takes groups of parents and preschool children to visit local rest homes. Not only is this a salve for loneliness, it sparks interaction, communication and mobility in residents, says Tracy Fairhall, activities coordinator for Raeburn Lifecare in Cambridge.… View moreCambridge mum Rebecca Broadbent regularly takes groups of parents and preschool children to visit local rest homes. Not only is this a salve for loneliness, it sparks interaction, communication and mobility in residents, says Tracy Fairhall, activities coordinator for Raeburn Lifecare in Cambridge.

For Rebecca, it is simply a joy to spread joy. She remembers the first rest home visit she arranged. “At one point I looked over at a lovely resident who was 100 and he was kind of shaking and I was worried. I got closer and saw that he was shaking with laughter because my boys were having a paper plane competition, throwing paper planes from one end of the lounge to the other. It was beautiful.”

read the full story here.
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43 days ago

Animal Evac NZ deployed to Australia

Animal Evac NZ

With the help of animal rights group SAFE, Animal Evac New Zealand has sent a specialist team of six trained disaster responders to New South Wales. They are supporting animals and communities impacted by the catastrophic bush fires.

The team has experience in animal disaster management, … View more
With the help of animal rights group SAFE, Animal Evac New Zealand has sent a specialist team of six trained disaster responders to New South Wales. They are supporting animals and communities impacted by the catastrophic bush fires.

The team has experience in animal disaster management, international humanitarian aid, veterinary medicine, disaster victim identification, paramedicine, incident management, animal control, wildland firefighting and technical animal rescue.

Animal Evac is asking for donations to support their work on the ground in Australia and in responding to future emergencies. They are extremely grateful to the organisations and individuals who have already supported this deployment and helped make it possible.

To learn more about Animal Evac’s work and to stay up to date with their Australian deployment, follow them on Facebook or visit our Website
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46 days ago

Looking for a Carpet Layer

Darlene from Somerfield

Hi we are looking for a Carpet Layer to lay carpet in a two story house. Cheers Darlene

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44 days ago

Massive sale

Dianna from Woolston

My daughter is selling alot of good quality cloths, shows, books, beauty products etc. They are all going at bargin prices. We are in Woolston/Opawa area. Please call 021343311 to arrange a time to view.

Negotiable

48 days ago

Boxes for Moving

Rachael from Waltham

Anyone have any? Banana boxes, large sturdy boxes, etc.

44 days ago

Pretty in pastel

The Team from Resene ColorShop Ferrymead

Painted glass bottles make a stylish display on their own or with the addition of dried foliage. The paint is on the inside so they still have that lovely glass sheen.

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 … View more
Painted glass bottles make a stylish display on their own or with the addition of dried foliage. The paint is on the inside so they still have that lovely glass sheen.

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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45 days ago

Specials this week at Opawa vege shop (Shop1-124 Opawa RD) - Thank you for viewing

Yue from Opawa Fruit & Vegetable Shop

Specials this week:

Fruits:
NZ Stonefruits (Nectarine, Peach/ Plums) $5.99/kg
800gm NZ Plums $3.99/bag
1.5kg nz oranges $3.99/bag
800gm Plum $3.99/bag
large mango $1.99/ea
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Specials this week:

Fruits:
NZ Stonefruits (Nectarine, Peach/ Plums) $5.99/kg
800gm NZ Plums $3.99/bag
1.5kg nz oranges $3.99/bag
800gm Plum $3.99/bag
large mango $1.99/ea
Avocados(medium) $0.79/EA or 5pk Avocados $2.99/bag
Extra Large Avocado $2.49ea or 2 for $3.99
1.5kg nz Apples $3.99/bag
Large pomegranate $3.99/ea
NZ Grapefruit $2.99/kg
Red Grapes $6.99/kg

VEGEs:
Pre-bagged Tomatoes $0.99/bag
Short Cucumber $0.99/ea
Capsicums $0.99ea
Pre-bagged nz Beans $1.99/bag
Broccoli $1.99/ea
spinach $2.99/bunch
Courgettes $4.99/kg
Kumara $3.99/kg
Sweet corns $1.69/ea or 2 for $1.99
Fancy Lettuce $1.99/ea
Spring Onion $1.99/bunch
1kg table carrots $1.99/bag
450gm Chinese garlics $2.50/bag

Spuds:
new season Spuds (Agria/ Ilam Hardy/Nadine/Rocket) $2.99/kg
2kg new season Maris Anchor/Desiree $5.99/BOX
2kg Van Rosa $2.99/bag



2L Caw&Gate milk $2.99/Bottle
Dole Canned fruit 410gm (fruit Salads / peach/pear) $0.99ea


Thank you

45 days ago

Toyota Rav 4 1997 three door model

Gill from Sydenham

Mileage approx 193,000 and at 22 years old that is not even 10,000km per year. I have owned my Rav for 8 or 9 years and never had any major engine issues. The cam belt was done in 2012 and I did this last year. Tyres in good order as is the car. Good space in the rear when seats folded down. Have … View moreMileage approx 193,000 and at 22 years old that is not even 10,000km per year. I have owned my Rav for 8 or 9 years and never had any major engine issues. The cam belt was done in 2012 and I did this last year. Tyres in good order as is the car. Good space in the rear when seats folded down. Have a folder with details of WOF's and work done.Not sure what details you need, please contact me for further info.
It is automatic ,CC rating 1998 and two new tyres last year. Due to the age of the vehicle, I have been advised to add 'As is, where is".

Price: $3,000

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45 days ago

Old School Sharpening

Peter from Hillsborough

Old School Sharpening.
I will be at Lyttelton Market Colletts Corner Saturday 11th Jan
On the 18th Jan I will not be there but will resume weekly on 25th Jan.
Please contact me on 02040102707 to arrange sharpening of secateurs,hedge shears ,axes,chisels tools,scissors,knives etc.
I have also … View more
Old School Sharpening.
I will be at Lyttelton Market Colletts Corner Saturday 11th Jan
On the 18th Jan I will not be there but will resume weekly on 25th Jan.
Please contact me on 02040102707 to arrange sharpening of secateurs,hedge shears ,axes,chisels tools,scissors,knives etc.
I have also made a range of Red Beech cutting boards.These are laminated using TITEBOND an English glue .USFDA approved for indirect food contact (cutting boards)T
I have also a supply of Red Beech that I purchased in the early 1990's from a demolition company in Ferry Rd.The timber was from a "dance hall in Lyttelton".This timber is finished to about 28mm so would have been from 1,1/2" and it was a "sprung" floor.We have tried to discover the origin of the hall and to date I have narrowed it down to a hall on Dublin St [East side] or the Harbour board Hall down on the Wharf area.I have made serving food platters from this flooring and used new and recycled handles at each edge.There is evidence of dancing on some boards and someone even left a cigarette burning on the floor!
These boards cost $2 per cm plus handles(these vary but less than $20)so a half metre grazing tray would be $120
Regards
Peter

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46 days ago

Shower Curtain

Adrienne from Mount Pleasant - Redcliffs

Colourful shower curtain for sale, excellent condition.

Price: $5

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46 days ago

Security Door- Great Value

Adrienne from Mount Pleasant - Redcliffs

'Supascreen' security door with triple lock, purchased from HomePlus prior to earthquake and removed from house post quake. Unfortunately it cannot be used with my new house. It measures 85cm wide and 207.5cm high. Looks like fly screen but is marine grade high quality stainless steel … View more'Supascreen' security door with triple lock, purchased from HomePlus prior to earthquake and removed from house post quake. Unfortunately it cannot be used with my new house. It measures 85cm wide and 207.5cm high. Looks like fly screen but is marine grade high quality stainless steel mesh. See Homeplus website for more information. In very good, clean condition. On purchase this cost $922. This is your chance to get a very good security door at a great price.

Price: $390

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