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45 days ago

Honey + Honey Products For Sale at Family Friendly Prices

Neil from Halswell

We have available a great range of locally produced, RAW honeys and bee products at great, family friendly prices.

MANUKA 500g $18.50 250g $9.50
HONEY DEW (Runny Honey) 1kg $14.00 500g $7.50 250g $6.50
CLOVER 1kg $15.90 500g $8.50 250g $6.50
THYME 500g $13.00 250g $8.00

HONEY COMB 300g $17.50 or … View more
We have available a great range of locally produced, RAW honeys and bee products at great, family friendly prices.

MANUKA 500g $18.50 250g $9.50
HONEY DEW (Runny Honey) 1kg $14.00 500g $7.50 250g $6.50
CLOVER 1kg $15.90 500g $8.50 250g $6.50
THYME 500g $13.00 250g $8.00

HONEY COMB 300g $17.50 or 2 for $25.00

BEESWAX available for those Food Wraps, wood/leather polish or to use as a lubricant/waterproofing agent 100g JUST $5.00 or 1kg for just $20.00

HONEY DEW DROPS - Try our delicious and extremely popular Honey Dew Drops - great for soothing sore throats. These are available in Blackcurrant, Lemon and Mint. 24 pack JUST $9.50

We also have great gift ideas, including:

HONEY GIFT BOXES made up of 3 x 250g glass jars (1* Manuka; 1* Honey Dew; 1* Creamed Clover) in a lovely gift box - JUST $22.50

MANUKA SKIN FOOD GIFT BOX containing your choice of one of our Manuka Honey balms, your choice of one of our Manuka honey soaps and your choice of 2 Manuka honey lip balms - how good is that! There are limited quantities of these gift boxes so get in quick to avoid disappointment.

FREE DELIVERY IN HALSWELL AREA (FOR ORDERS IN EXCESS OF $75.00) OR PICK-UP FROM REARSBY DRIVE IN HALSWELL.

100% NATURAL 100% RAW 100% PURE 100% KIWI.

To place an order or for more information please contact Neil on 322-1998 / 027 2886859

Negotiable

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45 days ago

Be in to win with The Editors’ Escape - 2 DAYS TO GO!

The Team from The Editors' Escape

If you’re an avid reader of NZ House & Garden and NZ Gardener, you’ll love The Editors’ Escape! Join editors Naomi Larkin and Jo McCarroll on an unforgettable journey to the stunning Hawke’s Bay, experiencing the best of travel, tour and taste.

Unlike any other travel package, this … View more
If you’re an avid reader of NZ House & Garden and NZ Gardener, you’ll love The Editors’ Escape! Join editors Naomi Larkin and Jo McCarroll on an unforgettable journey to the stunning Hawke’s Bay, experiencing the best of travel, tour and taste.

Unlike any other travel package, this escorted tour gives you the opportunity to get to know the editors behind your much-loved magazines, hearing first hand about the upcoming season trends, interiors, and gardening tips.

Be in to win with The Editors' Escape! Our friends at NZ House & Garden are giving away tickets to their popular House Tours this season. Tell us your favourite New Zealand destination where you'd like to escape with us via this link and be in to win one of five double passes to a House Tour of your choice.

Visit www.editorsescape.co.nz... for more information and to secure your spot today.

Competition closes on 15th January 2020.

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47 days ago

Great southern city: Christchurch in 2030

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Christchurch in 2030 will be a high-tech city with free buses, low carbon emissions, and a global reputation for "a special brand of cool" according to a range of forecasts from some of the city's leading figures.

What do you think Christchurch will be like in 2030?

47 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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50 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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48 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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48 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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49 days ago

45+ FREE Plastic Plant Pots

Grant from Halswell

Various used plant pots in different sizes to giveaway. Pick up is from Longhurst in Halswell.

Free

50 days ago

New police app

The Team from New Zealand Police

Introducing the new NZ Police app - available for free download from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Alongside officers serving our communities 24/7, we’re committed to using technology to help ensure our services and information are available to you, anywhere, any time.

✅National … View more
Introducing the new NZ Police app - available for free download from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

Alongside officers serving our communities 24/7, we’re committed to using technology to help ensure our services and information are available to you, anywhere, any time.

✅National Police News
✅Local Police news
✅Alerts and safety advice
✅Notifications direct to your phone
✅Report incidents and issues
✅Frequently asked questions

The NZ Police app allows you to receive our national and local news and alerts and extends access to our online services. It’s one of the ways we’re working to make sure New Zealand is the safest country.

Download for Android here - play.google.com...

Download for iOS here - apps.apple.com...

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50 days ago

Local taxi - 0212-232-232

Elizabeth & Brent James from Help @ Hand Ltd

Hi Neighbours
🚖 03:00am starts for early airport travel.
🚖 Local professional operator - no trip to small.
🚖 17 yrs experience.
🚖 All credit and other cards accepted
🚖 Doctors / Hospital / Specialist appointments
🚖 Tell us you saw this on Neighbourly 😃💰
🚖 Private… View more
Hi Neighbours
🚖 03:00am starts for early airport travel.
🚖 Local professional operator - no trip to small.
🚖 17 yrs experience.
🚖 All credit and other cards accepted
🚖 Doctors / Hospital / Specialist appointments
🚖 Tell us you saw this on Neighbourly 😃💰
🚖 Private tours and intercity transfers - Kaikoura - Arthur’s Pass - Queenstown/Wanaka or anywhere.
🌟 Book: Text 0212-232-232 or online www.christchurchtaxitours.com...

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51 days ago

Be in to win The Editors' Escape

The Editors' Escape

If you’re an avid reader of NZ House & Garden and NZ Gardener, you’ll love The Editors’ Escape! Join editors Naomi Larkin and Jo McCarroll on an unforgettable journey to the stunning Hawke’s Bay, experiencing the best of travel, tour and taste.

Unlike any other travel package, this … View more
If you’re an avid reader of NZ House & Garden and NZ Gardener, you’ll love The Editors’ Escape! Join editors Naomi Larkin and Jo McCarroll on an unforgettable journey to the stunning Hawke’s Bay, experiencing the best of travel, tour and taste.

Unlike any other travel package, this escorted tour gives you the opportunity to get to know the editors behind your much-loved magazines, hearing first hand about the upcoming season trends, interiors, and gardening tips.

Let us know here would you escape with the Editors' Escape via this link and be in to win 1 of 5 double passes to NZ House & Garden House Tours.

Competition closes 15th January 2020.
Enter now

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51 days ago

SUZUKI CULTIS 1998

Joanne from Halswell

My sons SuzukiCultishas been sitting here not going for a few months, available for fixing or dismantlng. Offers/

Negotiable

51 days ago

Setting your kids up financially, for life

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star-Times is investigating how parents can best set their children up for financial security, particularly teaching them about spending and saving. We're on the hunt for advice, tips and stories from parents and families. Would you be willing to speak to us, or offer your two … View moreThe Sunday Star-Times is investigating how parents can best set their children up for financial security, particularly teaching them about spending and saving. We're on the hunt for advice, tips and stories from parents and families. Would you be willing to speak to us, or offer your two cents? You can reply to this post with a comment, or if you're happy to be interviewed, please email kelly.dennett@stuff.co.nz.

52 days ago

For a solid future, get a trade!

Ara Institute of Canterbury

If you’d like to reclaim your sofa, Ara Institute of Canterbury could have the perfect solution.

With a foundation trades course, your sofa dweller can gain confidence, direction and valuable skills that could lead to a well-paid career.

Before long, they could be earning enough to buy … View more
If you’d like to reclaim your sofa, Ara Institute of Canterbury could have the perfect solution.

With a foundation trades course, your sofa dweller can gain confidence, direction and valuable skills that could lead to a well-paid career.

Before long, they could be earning enough to buy their own sofa - or even a better sofa than the one they’re glued to right now!

Courses are available in construction, painting and decorating, automotive engineering, electrical engineering and more, and most are FREE for 16 to 19 year olds.

For details visit our website or call 0800 24 24 76.
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56 days ago

Are New Zealand motorists the worst in the world for cyclists?

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Two English women who have cycled across Western and Eastern Europe, South East Asia and Australia in their bid to set a world tandem record say New Zealand motorists are the least friendly they've encountered.

Rural areas were particularly bad, especially in the South Island, they said.

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Two English women who have cycled across Western and Eastern Europe, South East Asia and Australia in their bid to set a world tandem record say New Zealand motorists are the least friendly they've encountered.

Rural areas were particularly bad, especially in the South Island, they said.

What do you think? Are Kiwi motorists the worst in the world for cyclists? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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