Aorangi, Feilding

1 hour ago

The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology - Colin Brown Editor

David from Kelvin Grove

4 Volumes set.
Clean condition. Barely used.
Surplus to library of recently retired Church Pastor.
Priced to sell at $30.00 set of 4.

Pickup arrange by messaging your contact details.

Price: $30

2 hours ago

Surplus Christian books

David from Kelvin Grove

Surplus Christian books from recently Retired Pastor.

4 boxes of Christian books - at least 50 per box...

Selection viewing possible - arranged by advising your contact details.

Some authors - Phillip Yansey, Henry Blackaby, John MacArthur, Howard Hendricks, Gene Getz, John Maxwell, … View more
Surplus Christian books from recently Retired Pastor.

4 boxes of Christian books - at least 50 per box...

Selection viewing possible - arranged by advising your contact details.

Some authors - Phillip Yansey, Henry Blackaby, John MacArthur, Howard Hendricks, Gene Getz, John Maxwell, Strongs Concordance.

$50.00 per box....Need to bring own carton etc as box not included.

$50.00 per box

Price: $50

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8 hours ago

John

Elaine from Milson

Hi folks early this morning john put a message on neighbourly about no help i see he has taken it down just asking is he ok

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20 hours ago

Paper schredder

Yvonne from Roslyn - Terrace End

Does any one have a shredder they are not using or could lent as a one off to shred a stack of ACC papers that I need to rid of!

5 hours ago

Motorbike Jacket Teknic brand 2xl to 3xl

Cherie from Feilding

Good condition. Back an elbow armour no rips .

Price: $100

12 hours ago

Before and after cleaning

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Palmerston North

These curtains are looking as good as new after being treated for mould removal. If you have orange or black spots on your curtains - that is most likely mould! It loves a combination of dust, damp, and heat. It can smell very musty, especially if left to grow. We are experts in mould removal and … View moreThese curtains are looking as good as new after being treated for mould removal. If you have orange or black spots on your curtains - that is most likely mould! It loves a combination of dust, damp, and heat. It can smell very musty, especially if left to grow. We are experts in mould removal and ensure curtains are treated with no colour loss - if you have any questions feel free to give us a call and we can have a chat. 0800 579 0501

1 day ago

Quality Home in Fitzherbert for sale

Principal and Licensee Agent from Stu Fleming and Lyndsey Elliott - Ray White Real Estate

Stu is proud to release to the market today this Quality Home at 109 Johnstone Drive, Fitzherbert

With loads of extras including Solar Panels, Entertainers kitchen with Caesar stone benches, scullery and double ovens, quality bathrooms and much, much more.

Open Home this Sunday 4pm - 4:30pm - … View more
Stu is proud to release to the market today this Quality Home at 109 Johnstone Drive, Fitzherbert

With loads of extras including Solar Panels, Entertainers kitchen with Caesar stone benches, scullery and double ovens, quality bathrooms and much, much more.

Open Home this Sunday 4pm - 4:30pm - book this into your calendar or give Stu a call on 027 444 1594

2 days ago

Red Cross Shop Deals

The Team from Red Cross Shop Palmerston North

Hi Neighbours. Do you need beds or furniture for your home?

This week we are continuing our offer of 50% off the marked price on all beds and furniture.
This deal runs from today until Monday 9th August.
Would love to see you @ The Red Cross Super Store corner of Tremaine Ave and Malden… View more
Hi Neighbours. Do you need beds or furniture for your home?

This week we are continuing our offer of 50% off the marked price on all beds and furniture.
This deal runs from today until Monday 9th August.
Would love to see you @ The Red Cross Super Store corner of Tremaine Ave and Malden Street P.Nth
Enjoy your week.

4 days ago

Looking for an apprentice?

Competenz

Advertise your entry-level and apprentice roles with Competenz through our online job board, we have pre-qualified and motivated jobseekers ready to match with your organisation.
Find your next apprentice with Competenz!

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2 days ago

What is Yarn: What It’s Made From, How You Make It and More

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Palmerston North

When researching or reading about different fabrics, you are likely to see the word yarn mentioned a lot. ‘Made from spun yarns’ or ‘with synthetic yarns’ are a couple of examples. But what is yarn? What is spun yarn? Are there other types? What does it all mean, and how much relevance does… View moreWhen researching or reading about different fabrics, you are likely to see the word yarn mentioned a lot. ‘Made from spun yarns’ or ‘with synthetic yarns’ are a couple of examples. But what is yarn? What is spun yarn? Are there other types? What does it all mean, and how much relevance does this bear to your final fabric? That’s what we are here to look at in a little more detail.

What is Yarn?
Yarn is a length of fibres. That’s the simplest way to explain it. It is a continuous length of fibres which are interlocked, and it’s used to produce fabrics, as well as in crocheting, knitting, embroidery and ropemaking.

This means that we can split yarn into two different ‘categories’ of sorts. The thread that is used for embroidery or in sewing machines, as well as yarn (commonly known as balls-of-wool) used in crafts such as knitting or crocheting, are long lengths that are bought as yarns.

The alternative would be a yarn which is then knitted or woven into a fabric. The textile is then bought as fabric, in lengths, rather than the yarn itself being purchased separately. This second description is the one that we will explore further in this post.

What is Yarn Made From?
Yarn can be made from such a variety of different fibres. This includes both natural and synthetic fibres. The most common plant fibre is cotton, however, you can also use other natural fibres such as bamboo. Alongside cotton, the synthetic polyester fibre makes up the two most commonly used fibres. Animal fibres are also often used, such as wool, harvested from sheep, as well as cashmere (harvested from goats) Angora (from rabbits) and silk (from insect larvae).

What is the Difference Between Spun and Filament Yarn?
Spun yarn is made by twisting staple fibres together in either an S or Z twist, to make a single thread. The process of twisting the fibres together into yarn is called spinning and it was one of the first processed to be industrialised. Spun yarns can contain a single type of fibre, or you can spin various types of fibre together to give you a blend.

Filament yarn is made up of filament fibres which are either twisted together or simply grouped together. It can either be composed of one filament, which is called a monofilament, or it could be made of more than one, in which case it would be known as a multifilament. This can be as few as two or three filament fibres, or even up to 50, or more.

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3 days ago

Meet our Houseplant Hero 2021!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours,

Please meet Alyce Read of Nelson, who uses her houseplant collection to connect with others and help them overcome mental health challenges. "You wouldn’t take a plant and put it in a dark corner and fail to water it and expect it to thrive. So we should look at ourselves … View more
Dear neighbours,

Please meet Alyce Read of Nelson, who uses her houseplant collection to connect with others and help them overcome mental health challenges. "You wouldn’t take a plant and put it in a dark corner and fail to water it and expect it to thrive. So we should look at ourselves that way," she says. "If we are not thriving in the way that we would wish, it might not be any fault of ours, it might be the conditions that we are under."

3 days ago

Random Acts of Kindness – August 1st to 31st 💐

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

All it takes is a kind gesture to change someone’s day. From giving flowers to a neighbour ‘just because’ to paying it forward in line at a cafe - this month we’re encouraging our members and supporters to make New Zealand a better place one random act of kindness at a time.

The options … View more
All it takes is a kind gesture to change someone’s day. From giving flowers to a neighbour ‘just because’ to paying it forward in line at a cafe - this month we’re encouraging our members and supporters to make New Zealand a better place one random act of kindness at a time.

The options for doing so are endless! Being kind doesn’t have to cost a thing, after all a smile is free. For those who want to go the extra mile, here’s some other ideas: take a gift over to new neighbours and introduce yourself, build a free community library for your street, buy extra kai at the grocery store to donate to a food bank, bring treats into work for colleagues, send an encouraging text to someone who needs it, let a car into the traffic ahead of you, write positive messages in chalk on sidewalks around your neighbourhood, or surprise loved ones with a visit.

Want to share your thoughts? Let us know how you’re spreading kindness this month by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us your photos, videos, or experiences to:

info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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4 days ago

Peace of Mind Guarantees

Julia Wallace Retirement Village

We developed our Ryman Peace of Mind Guarantees to protect residents and their families.

For example, you can be 100% sure there are no hidden costs. This means no standard refurbishment fees, no surprise costs when you move in and no administration fees.

Read more about our Julia Wallace … View more
We developed our Ryman Peace of Mind Guarantees to protect residents and their families.

For example, you can be 100% sure there are no hidden costs. This means no standard refurbishment fees, no surprise costs when you move in and no administration fees.

Read more about our Julia Wallace village and our Peace of Mind Guarantees.

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13 days ago

Rocking Chair needed urgent

Wendy from Bunnythorpe

Hi all really need a rocking chair to rock baby to sleep. thanks all

4 days ago

Mobile nail tech

Tione from Rongotea - Awahuri

Hello Palmerston north,
I am a mobile nail tech who's recently started out.
I've noticed the huge demand for nails and the so little time people have.

New mothers & women who work full time and have busy lives, and a lot more.

So what I can offer to those Busy women is a bit of … View more
Hello Palmerston north,
I am a mobile nail tech who's recently started out.
I've noticed the huge demand for nails and the so little time people have.

New mothers & women who work full time and have busy lives, and a lot more.

So what I can offer to those Busy women is a bit of pampering in the comfort of their own home.

Feel free to message me with any questions or if you would like to see more of my work.

TRAVEL FEE APPLIES

Palmerston north $10

Fielding $5

Ashurst $20

Thanks :)

Price: $30

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