Foxton Beach, Foxton

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7 days ago

WANTED NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FEB 2018 ISSUE

Saul from Levin

I am after the above issue to complete my collection, wanted in mint condition, willing to pay up to $21.00.

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7 days ago

Kids should be heard

White Ribbon

Kids ask us for attention because they are learning how to navigate the world and build relationships - they need to be able to speak and be listened to so they can learn and grow. Challenge the #outdated rules - it’s time to shake off the old and reveal the new. Find out more

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8 days ago

Pet sitting services

Wendy from The Cats Whiskers

Are you going away this summer? Visiting family for Christmas? Wanting a few days to destress from 2020?

The cats whiskers can pop around and take care of your pet family who stay at home.

Furred, feathered or gilled i can pop in to check on, feed, clean out and look after your pets while you … View more
Are you going away this summer? Visiting family for Christmas? Wanting a few days to destress from 2020?

The cats whiskers can pop around and take care of your pet family who stay at home.

Furred, feathered or gilled i can pop in to check on, feed, clean out and look after your pets while you are away.

Rates from
$15 for one visit/$25 for twice daily visits for 1-2 pets in Levin.
$18/$30 for 3 or more.
Further afield negotiable with petrol allowance.


Includes feeding, cleaning out, checking mail, making home appeared occupied.

Can also water plants /garden if needed.

Contact me for enquiries or check out my neighbourly business page for details.

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8 days ago

Writing Desk/Bureau

Caren from Levin

Mix solid and veneer

Welcome to view in Ohau

Price: $50

8 days ago

Daewoo Washing Machine

Aileen from Levin

Less than a year old excellent condition

Price: $150

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12 days ago

Animal Welfare

Michelle from Linton

Hi everyone, for anyone that cares about animal welfare, here is a link to something you may be interested in. NZAP (New Zealand Animal Police) We should all support this. Animal welfare matters!
Heartfelt thanks to those that do care about animals. www.facebook.com...

11 days ago

Grocery prices

Leonie from Foxton

On Sunday some of our family had a lunch and a catch up at my place. I bought some potato salad from Foxton New World, and some one else got some at Countdown in Palmerston North. The prices were so different that I looked closely and saw that the New World price per 100 grams was $18.50 and … View moreOn Sunday some of our family had a lunch and a catch up at my place. I bought some potato salad from Foxton New World, and some one else got some at Countdown in Palmerston North. The prices were so different that I looked closely and saw that the New World price per 100 grams was $18.50 and Countdown $11.00. Can't believe the discrepancy could be so great, I think I ought to go back and question this.

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12 days ago

House for "Rent in Foxton Beach

Jill from Foxton Beach

Looking to rent. A brand new family home is about to become available.
refer to Listing ID PLMT15017 for details and enquiries to Professionals
Unique Reality 06 3591616

10 days ago

What's On: 'Artworks of Perseverance' Student Exhibition

Rachel from Hutt Central

You are invited to the opening, Thurs 10Dec 6pm. See the variety of creative pieces on display, witness the live bronze pour and more. Exhibition also open 11,12&13 Dec 10am-4pm
'Artworks of Perseverance' Student Exhibition
  • The Learning Connexion School of Creativity & Art
10 days ago

Work off Christmas dinner in 23,573 easy steps

Smiths City

As we head into the eating season, you might want to think about tracking your fitness. Check out our range of wearable tech, from FitBit, Huawei and Samsung, in-store or online today. smithscity.co.nz – keeping Xmas honest. Visit us online

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11 days ago

Jill's Art - After Trail Art Sale

Jill from Foxton Beach

Thanks for the support in the recent Art Trail Manawatu, but if you missed out coming along I am opening my home studio from 10am till 12 noon this Saturday and Sunday.
If you are interested text me on 0272833564 with ART SALE and I will advise you of the address.
Below are some examples of the … View more
Thanks for the support in the recent Art Trail Manawatu, but if you missed out coming along I am opening my home studio from 10am till 12 noon this Saturday and Sunday.
If you are interested text me on 0272833564 with ART SALE and I will advise you of the address.
Below are some examples of the work that is available or you can contact me via Facebook at Jillsartfoxtonbeach
Note Post and packaging is additional to noted prices

11 days ago

What's On: Over 40, have a motorcycle?

Barry from Manakau

Meet the Kapiti branch of Ulysses at our social coffee morning this Saturday. On Sunday 13th we ride to Lake Ferry, register your interest at https://www.kapitiulysses.com/. Saturday
Over 40, have a motorcycle?
  • The Lockup
11 days ago

FREE Taster Workshops at UCOL

UCOL

UCOL offers leading-edge vocational education in dynamic teaching environments and now it is your chance to come along and try out a learning experience at one of our Taster Workshops.

Taster Workshops are being held at our campuses in Horowhenua, Whanganui and Manawatū, where you can come … View more
UCOL offers leading-edge vocational education in dynamic teaching environments and now it is your chance to come along and try out a learning experience at one of our Taster Workshops.

Taster Workshops are being held at our campuses in Horowhenua, Whanganui and Manawatū, where you can come along and get involved in a learning experience and find out which UCOL programme of study is right for you.

We have workshops on offer in Early Childhood, Science, Trades, Business, Beauty and Hair, Exercise and Wellness, Information Technology, Hospitality and Catering and the Creative Industries.

Workshops are being held at our Manawatū campus on 9 December and 27/28 January, Whanganui on 10 December and 27 January, and in Horowhenua on 26 January, register now to secure your spot!

Find out more at ucol.ac.nz and be sure to register for the workshop of your choice as places are limited.

If you register before December 5 2020, you are in the draw to win a $100 Prezzie Card!
Enrol now

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13 days ago

Fraud Awareness Week

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This Fraud Awareness Week we are encouraging Kiwis to take a moment to stop and think ‘is this for real?’ when contacted unexpectedly and asked for personal info.

New Zealand Police's Financial Intelligence Unit estimates New Zealanders lose $20-30 million annually to scams.

HOW TO AVOID… View more
This Fraud Awareness Week we are encouraging Kiwis to take a moment to stop and think ‘is this for real?’ when contacted unexpectedly and asked for personal info.

New Zealand Police's Financial Intelligence Unit estimates New Zealanders lose $20-30 million annually to scams.

HOW TO AVOID A SCAM:

+ A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you to ask for your PIN, password or to move money to another account.

+ Never click on a link in an unexpected email or text – you could be giving access to your personal and financial details.

+ Always question uninvited approaches in case it is a scam. Instead, contact the company directly using a known email or phone number.

+ Don’t assume an email or phone call is authentic – just because someone knows your basic details (name and address, or mother’s maiden name) it doesn’t mean they are genuine.

+ Don’t be rushed into making a decision or financial transaction on the spot – a genuine bank or trusted organisation would never do this.

+ Listen to your instincts – if something feels wrong then it generally is.

If you believe you are the victim of a scam you can contact Police and report the matter via 105.

For more info on how you can prevent yourself, family and friends from being scammed, visit:

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18 days ago

First home buyer burned by sunset clause finally secures dream house in Lower Hutt

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

Remember Bailey Ross, the first time buyer who missed out on the property she'd been saving since she was 16 to own because of a sunset clause? Well, great news! She's secured a home in Lower Hutt.
I caught up with Bailey for an episode of First Rung, our podcast for first time buyers. … View more
Remember Bailey Ross, the first time buyer who missed out on the property she'd been saving since she was 16 to own because of a sunset clause? Well, great news! She's secured a home in Lower Hutt.
I caught up with Bailey for an episode of First Rung, our podcast for first time buyers. She ended up giving me a bit of a masterclass in tenacity and not giving up on your home owning dreams.
Find out how Bailey found her first home, and what it means to her after such a big let down.

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