Farewell Spit, Collingwood

12 days ago

Be the business locals turn to first

Alison Perkins from Neighbourly.co.nz

Becoming a Neighbourly Premium Business allows you to connect with people that live near your business, the people you’re most likely to meet in real life.

If you'd like to be the business that locals turn to first, why don't you consider Neighbourly Premium?

"After signing … View more
Becoming a Neighbourly Premium Business allows you to connect with people that live near your business, the people you’re most likely to meet in real life.

If you'd like to be the business that locals turn to first, why don't you consider Neighbourly Premium?

"After signing up with Neighbourly in August 2017, we quickly noticed the number of users that were engaging with us through our messages. As Auckland’s number one moving and delivery company, we wanted Neighbourly members to understand what makes our customers love us.

"We’ve been able to do just that through our messages and posts. The benefits of Neighbourly in Auckland were so great that as soon as we opened our second branch in Tauranga it was one of our priorities to set up! It really works and the more effort you put in, the better the results you get." -- Devan Devaroyan, Director of Smart Express

Want to learn more about how you can use Neighbourly to promote your business? Give your local Stuff sales representative a call.
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13 days ago

Could you be saving on power?

The Electricity Authority

With the extra power you use over winter, plus the extra time you spend indoors, it’s no wonder your power bills have a habit of getting bigger this time of year.

But there’s an easy and quick way to check you’re on the best deal, at WhatsMyNumber.org.nz

On average, New Zealand … View more
With the extra power you use over winter, plus the extra time you spend indoors, it’s no wonder your power bills have a habit of getting bigger this time of year.

But there’s an easy and quick way to check you’re on the best deal, at WhatsMyNumber.org.nz

On average, New Zealand households could save $207 a year by switching their power deal. Even if you’ve checked before visit WhatsMyNumber.org.nz to see what you could save.
Check now

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13 days ago

Running in the upcoming local elections? We can help!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The Neighbourly team recognises the value of the site for assessing community need and for this reason, we have a number of features perfect for election purposes.

Any campaigning should take place away from the general noticeboard. We've got a few options to help ensure your message is … View more
The Neighbourly team recognises the value of the site for assessing community need and for this reason, we have a number of features perfect for election purposes.

Any campaigning should take place away from the general noticeboard. We've got a few options to help ensure your message is getting out to Neighbourly members. We'd suggest starting your own group on Neighbourly - this is a great way to connect with those who want to get updates about your candidacy.

We also have business profiles available for all candidates if you would like your messages to appear on the Neighbourly noticeboard. As well as this, we have special Neighbourly Advertising rates for election candidates. Get in touch with us to find out more.

Already an elected official? Neighbourly also offers all elected officials the option of creating an organisation profile to connect with those in their electorate - although these profiles should not be used for campaigning.

If you have any questions or need any assistance then let us know!
Get in touch!

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13 days ago

Step outside in September

The Team from New Zealand Red Cross

Grab your friends and spring into the warmer months by joining Red Cross Journey. The benefits of walking 10,000 steps a day are endless! Regular exercise relieves stress, improves memory, helps you sleep better and boosts your overall mood.

Let's start planning some awesome outdoor … View more
Grab your friends and spring into the warmer months by joining Red Cross Journey. The benefits of walking 10,000 steps a day are endless! Regular exercise relieves stress, improves memory, helps you sleep better and boosts your overall mood.

Let's start planning some awesome outdoor activities for September and clock up your steps! Sign up to Red Cross Journey today by visiting our website: bit.ly...

Check out this awesome list of places to discover in Aotearoa by Department of Conservation : bit.ly...

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14 days ago

Can you help Good Bitches Baking spread kindness?

The Team from Good Bitches Baking

Our mission is to make Aotearoa the kindest place on earth and we can’t do it alone. It’s the Good Bitches Baking He Wiki Tono - Appeal Week and we need your help to keep the ovens on and the kindness flowing. One $5 donation helps us share a moment of sweetness with around 20 people!

Every… View more
Our mission is to make Aotearoa the kindest place on earth and we can’t do it alone. It’s the Good Bitches Baking He Wiki Tono - Appeal Week and we need your help to keep the ovens on and the kindness flowing. One $5 donation helps us share a moment of sweetness with around 20 people!

Every dollar helps so please help us out during our appeal week and donate at our Givealittle page.

Learn more about what we do and how to volunteer on our website.
Donate now

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14 days ago

The Plan: Delay teen drinking

Stephanie Gray from Nelson Marlborough Health

Anyone who gives alcohol to a teenager needs consent from the teen’s parent/legal guardian. Find out how.

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16 days ago

What are your memories of the abandoned house on Takaka Hill?

Sally Kidson Reporter from The Tasman Leader

A derelict house on Takaka Hill burnt down at the weekend. Fire investigators say it is too razed to determine what started the fire. What do you remember about the house?

15 days ago

Dead baby sharks on Rabbit Island

Sally Kidson Reporter from The Tasman Leader

Several dead baby sharks were recently seen washed up on Rabbit Island and experts say they were likely caught in nets and discarded. What do you with your by-catch? Throw it away, cook it, use it for compost?

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