Papanui, Christchurch

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5 days ago

Bird feed

Rachna from Strowan

Any avid bird watchers in the group who can advise why birds are not feeding on this. I have attached a picture.

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2 hours ago

Cash Paid for Old Sports Programmes

Helen from Strowan

Can anyone help.. My husband is looking to buy any old sporting programmes - match day magazines.. Rugby, Football, Cricket, Melbourne Cup Horse Racing, Motor Racing, Speedway, Soccer etc to add to his collection... Please message me or email hubby on mjbraithwaite@xtra.co.nz

Negotiable

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4 hours ago

pvc jointers

Chris from Papanui

pvc jointers, 4.75 grove for hardiflex or similar at 2.400 long 2 in total

Price: $14

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4 hours ago

300 x50 (plank)

Chris from Papanui

Tantalised, H.3.1, 4.000meters long ,no twists, slightly charred on one side for about .
1.500 does not effect structure strength. phone to view or buy 0275493828. neg.

Negotiable

2 days ago

World Jet Boat Racing in Canada this week 5 NZ participants

Kay from Papanui

Exciting to watch if your interested in this motor sport which I am. My nephew Nigel Cromie with navigator Bruce Alexander in boat 249 is racing, after first day 2nd place by 15 seconds. Racing in unlimited class 150mph+ takes nerves of steel, practice, and experience. 5 NZ boats competing… View moreExciting to watch if your interested in this motor sport which I am. My nephew Nigel Cromie with navigator Bruce Alexander in boat 249 is racing, after first day 2nd place by 15 seconds. Racing in unlimited class 150mph+ takes nerves of steel, practice, and experience. 5 NZ boats competing in various locations in Canada. It takes a huge team effort to make all this possible. They have a Facebook page 2019 World Jet Boat Marathon updated daily with awesome videos. Instagram to follow them is Bruce_m_alexander or nzjbbra_official on Instagram . Bruce and Nigel have funny videos to watch well worth a 😆 laugh on a winter Christchurch day.

5 hours ago

🏕️ Three ProjectK schools have recently returned from their wilderness adventures braving the winter cold. 🌲

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

The schools involved were Kelston Girls College, Northcote College and Waitakere College, and the activities they took part in included; tramping, water activities and a solo camping night.

Congrats to all those involved. We hope you all had an amazing time!

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6 hours ago

Electronic Keyboard

Deborah from Bishopdale

Wanted to buy full electronic keyboard. My lovely old Roland was damaged by tenants last year. Please email photo and details, contact details including price to debwnz@gmail.com

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7 hours ago

ROSE PRUNING AND SPRAYING

Megan from Fendalton

Alistair lives locally and would be happy to assist
$30/hour (minimum $30) includes Pruning and Spraying

Alistair: 021 354 113

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11 hours ago

HOUSIE TONIGHT

Derek and Maureen from Redwood

HOUSIE TONIGHT . 7.15 start.
PAPANUI LEAGUE ROOMS

SAYERS ARMS ROAD.
Good caller. Warm Room, all our heating problems are behind us.

17 hours ago

Retirement living and care you can trust

The Team from Ryman Healthcare Limited

For Ryman Healthcare residents, knowing they’re part of a community they can trust and that genuinely cares, provides real peace of mind. Experience the difference!

17 hours ago

Let's warm up your winter

Lemon&Joy

NOW - Buy one and receive a FREE Tree Man Flower Pot

We took one of the world’s softest, most luxurious blanket fabric and lined it with the ultimate in warming, comfort. Then transformed it into the world’s most comfortable oversized hoodie that keeps you totally snug and warm from head to … View more
NOW - Buy one and receive a FREE Tree Man Flower Pot

We took one of the world’s softest, most luxurious blanket fabric and lined it with the ultimate in warming, comfort. Then transformed it into the world’s most comfortable oversized hoodie that keeps you totally snug and warm from head to toe.

ONE SIZE FITS ALL!!

Lemon& Joy Wearable Blanket keeps you warm & cosy lounging at home, watching TV, camping, at a sporting event or anywhere you need to stay snuggly warm.
Find out more

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1 day ago

The lovely Camille, local Papanui hairdresser, will be present ...26 July

Raewyn Bell from Northgate Community Services Trust

at Northgate's Friday morning (community morning) on 26th July - last Friday of the month. Not this week but the following !!! She offers affordably priced haircuts and trims - $10-15.00. Come along and get your hair looked after by Camille, between 9.15 - 11.45am. First come - first served… View moreat Northgate's Friday morning (community morning) on 26th July - last Friday of the month. Not this week but the following !!! She offers affordably priced haircuts and trims - $10-15.00. Come along and get your hair looked after by Camille, between 9.15 - 11.45am. First come - first served basis - take a number. Have a free hot drink while you wait.

1 day ago

Lyttleton Club - Dublin St, Lyttleton - Thanks so much for your great lunch service

Raewyn Bell from Northgate Community Services Trust

Last week our two exercise groups (30 men and women) did a trip to Lyttleton. Went to the Time Ball and after a "tour" went to the Lyttleton Club for a pre-arranged buffet style lunch. The food was fresh /delicious & there was plenty of it, and the atmosphere was great (friendly … View moreLast week our two exercise groups (30 men and women) did a trip to Lyttleton. Went to the Time Ball and after a "tour" went to the Lyttleton Club for a pre-arranged buffet style lunch. The food was fresh /delicious & there was plenty of it, and the atmosphere was great (friendly staff). $12.50pp. he view is superb. Watched the Time Ball descend at 1pm. Thank you to the Club staff for their warm welcome and the way they offered us a great lunch service. Thanks Trudi (Manager).

3 days ago

Earthquake donations earmarked for Christchurch cenotaph removal

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

The controversial relocation of Christchurch's Citizens' War Memorial has received financial backing for a proposed move to Cranmer Square.

The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust (CEAT), set up to administer post-earthquake donations, has confirmed it will "support" the … View more
The controversial relocation of Christchurch's Citizens' War Memorial has received financial backing for a proposed move to Cranmer Square.

The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust (CEAT), set up to administer post-earthquake donations, has confirmed it will "support" the removal of the 82-year-old cenotaph, which has stood alongside Christ Church Cathedral since 1937, if resource consent is approved.

Moving the 300-tonne cenotaph is estimated to cost up to $1.5 million, but CEAT secretary Neil Cooper would not say how much the trust would cover "as we've not made this figure public yet".

stuff.co.nz/the-press/business/the-rebuild/114160742/earthquake-donations-earmarked-for-christchurch-cenotaph-removal

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