Riccarton, Christchurch

64 days ago

NZ House & Garden Tours are coming to Christchurch!

The Team from NZ House & Garden House Tours

With rescheduled tour dates, this is your chance to secure tickets to the previously sold-out NZ House & Garden Tours in Christchurch! The tours will now take place this week, on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 March.

The self-driven tour includes 8 homes, featuring a Richmond home rebuilt as a … View more
With rescheduled tour dates, this is your chance to secure tickets to the previously sold-out NZ House & Garden Tours in Christchurch! The tours will now take place this week, on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 March.

The self-driven tour includes 8 homes, featuring a Richmond home rebuilt as a perfect replica of a historic mansion destroyed in the earthquakes, a restoration that featured on Grand Designs NZ, as well as a beach-front property that boasts an eight-car garage.

With only a few ticket holders not able to make the new tour dates, we only have a limited number of tickets available, so be sure to purchase your tickets quickly to secure your place on this tour!
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64 days ago

CASH FOR STAMPS, COINS AND GOLD!!

Matt from The Stamp, Coin and Gold Exchange

Do you have Stamps, Coins and Gold items it is time to move on? I am buying this week in Riccarton at the Stamp, Coin and Gold Exchange. 134a Riccarton Road. Open 10am-6pm. Drop in or call me on 0800 39 24 26 Matt. Now is a great time to sell!!

64 days ago

Everyone deserves to feel safe in their own community. 💐

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Today we remember the victims, families and communities affected on 15.03.2019

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64 days ago

SuperSeniors

The Team from Office for Seniors

Consumer groups are warning seniors to be vigilant when being invited to join discount clubs with seemingly 'exclusive' offers.

Senior Advantage charges an upfront yearly fee of $39, claiming on its website that members can "save up to 70% at almost every store in New Zealand".… View more
Consumer groups are warning seniors to be vigilant when being invited to join discount clubs with seemingly 'exclusive' offers.

Senior Advantage charges an upfront yearly fee of $39, claiming on its website that members can "save up to 70% at almost every store in New Zealand". However, TVNZ 1 News, along with Consumer NZ, have voiced concerns.

For more information and advice, read our article in the latest SuperSeniors newsletter: bit.ly...

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69 days ago

Sharing Success

Principal Immigration Adviser from Zealand Immigration

Huge congratulations to all our clients who got their visas approved in the last fortnight. Thanks for choosing us to help fulfill your dream of working and living in NZ.

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69 days ago

Awareness Week 8-14 March 2021

Sacha Green from Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand

Do you know we help everyone? Some people get a bit stuck on our name, but you don’t have to have NZ citizenship to use our service. We’re here for everyone, no matter your nationality, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality… (or other wonderful identifying feature of a person!).

Join us for CAB… View more
Do you know we help everyone? Some people get a bit stuck on our name, but you don’t have to have NZ citizenship to use our service. We’re here for everyone, no matter your nationality, age, ethnicity, gender, sexuality… (or other wonderful identifying feature of a person!).

Join us for CAB Awareness Week 8-14 March 2021, where we celebrate 50 years of serving the community.

www.cab.org.nz...

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85 days ago

Central Banks

Robert from Spreydon

I watched a doco last night about central banks, and it wa a bit of an eye opener. Did you know they`re completely autonomous and separated from government? It`s pretty incredible that an unelected entity controls global money supply, especially when one considers we`re supposed to live in a … View moreI watched a doco last night about central banks, and it wa a bit of an eye opener. Did you know they`re completely autonomous and separated from government? It`s pretty incredible that an unelected entity controls global money supply, especially when one considers we`re supposed to live in a democracy. Feel free to disagree.

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66 days ago

Win a $20k advertising package

2degrees

2degrees is all about fighting for fair which is why we’re giving Canterbury businesses the chance to win a $20,000 advertising package.

Apply now at 2degrees.nz/shoplocal.

Hurry, entries close this Sunday 14/03. T&Cs apply.
Find out more

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67 days ago

Need an expert to assess and repair your sliding door?

Exceed - we fix windows & doors

Have you noticed your sliding door has become sticky and resistant to movement? ?‍♀️?‍♂️
This is usually due to the accumulation of dirt, oil and other debris that has been trapped in the door track. So... how do you clean the sliding door tracks? We have the solution!

?Click the link … View more
Have you noticed your sliding door has become sticky and resistant to movement? ?‍♀️?‍♂️
This is usually due to the accumulation of dirt, oil and other debris that has been trapped in the door track. So... how do you clean the sliding door tracks? We have the solution!

?Click the link below and follow Exceed expert's recommendations!

The Exceed we fix windows & doors team

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70 days ago

Poll: Covid-19: Do you think taxi, truck and bus drivers should be next in line for the vaccine?

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

Hi neighbours,

The transport industry is pushing for its drivers to be next in line for Covid-19 vaccinations after frontline health staff.

Unions and industry groups argue that taxi, truck and bus drivers face greater risk of exposure and should be a high priority in terms of getting a jab.

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Hi neighbours,

The transport industry is pushing for its drivers to be next in line for Covid-19 vaccinations after frontline health staff.

Unions and industry groups argue that taxi, truck and bus drivers face greater risk of exposure and should be a high priority in terms of getting a jab.

What do you think?

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Covid-19: Do you think taxi, truck and bus drivers should be next in line for the vaccine?
  • 57.3% Yes - they should be next
    57.3% Complete
  • 32.3% No - there are higher priorities
    32.3% Complete
  • 10.5% I'm undecided
    10.5% Complete
248 votes
67 days ago

Retro coffee table

The Team from Resene ColorShop Lichfield Street

Refresh a retro coffee table without losing its character with a touch of colour and Resene Aquaclear.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how you can refresh your old table.

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67 days ago

Bunks for sale

Kathy from Broomfield - Hei Hei

For sale: Set of wooden bunks with mattresses (can be two single beds) in reasonably good condition. Have been dismantled for easy removable - photos attached. Cash only $400. Phone 03-349-3850 to view them.

Price: $400

68 days ago

Open Days!

Burlington Village

Join us neighbours for this weekend’s open days!

Come along and view Burlington’s new stage of houses, learn about the comprehensive range of care options and try out Spritely- our healthcare monitoring device!

Burlington offers an exclusive intermediate care option called Spritely. These… View more
Join us neighbours for this weekend’s open days!

Come along and view Burlington’s new stage of houses, learn about the comprehensive range of care options and try out Spritely- our healthcare monitoring device!

Burlington offers an exclusive intermediate care option called Spritely. These are remote healthcare monitors which gives residents the ability to record, track and communicate temperature, blood pressure, pulse and symptoms remotely to the village telenurse or their GP.

Pop down to 171 Prestons road this Saturday and Sunday. See you then!

For your own personalised tour, phone Louise (027 614 4170) or Jackie (027 397 8226).
Find out more

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68 days ago

Letters to Home

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

Hi neighbours,

In commemoration of Anzac Day, The Press is looking for letters sent home during wartime with a view to publishing a selection as part of our Anzac Day coverage. We will only take a copy so please be assured your letters will remain with you. If you have letters you would like to … View more
Hi neighbours,

In commemoration of Anzac Day, The Press is looking for letters sent home during wartime with a view to publishing a selection as part of our Anzac Day coverage. We will only take a copy so please be assured your letters will remain with you. If you have letters you would like to share, please email details including who wrote them, who received them, when they were sent and any interesting details about the circumstances or content. Send to grant.shimmin@stuff.co.nz

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68 days ago

Fast-tracked Covid-19 vaccine roll-out

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Managed Isolated and Quarantine (MIQ) and border workers and their families will be vaccinated by the end of March.

Immunising the second group, New Zealand’s 480,000 frontline healthcare workers, and 234,000 people living in “high-risk settings” like rest homes has already begun, and will … View more
Managed Isolated and Quarantine (MIQ) and border workers and their families will be vaccinated by the end of March.

Immunising the second group, New Zealand’s 480,000 frontline healthcare workers, and 234,000 people living in “high-risk settings” like rest homes has already begun, and will continue until May.

The third round of vaccinations will be for all other people aged 75 or over, then those over 65, then people with pre-existing health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, respiratory conditions and cancer. The Government hopes to begin vaccinating this group – 1.7 million people – in May.

The rest of the population, two million people, will start receiving the vaccine from July.

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