Burbush - Rotokauri, Hamilton

18 hours ago

Does Hamilton need a $79.3m theatre?

Kendra Stone Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi neighbours - the theatre, set to be situated on Victoria Street, will be an "enabler for economic development", and will be shared with meeting rooms, a restaurant/cafe and five star hotel.

What do you think of this investment? Is it what Hamilton needs or should money be allocated … View more
Hi neighbours - the theatre, set to be situated on Victoria Street, will be an "enabler for economic development", and will be shared with meeting rooms, a restaurant/cafe and five star hotel.

What do you think of this investment? Is it what Hamilton needs or should money be allocated elsewhere first? Read more here

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26 minutes ago

20-30% OFF Selected Shell Motor Oils!

Anna Smith from Beaurepaires Hamilton Te Rapa

No matter what the drive, Shell engine oils provide superior protection against engine stress.

If you want ultimate engine performance, choose Shell Helix at Beaurepaires and get 20-30% off selected packs!*

Buy in-store or online now.

Hurry offer ends 25th August 2019.

Terms & Conditions:… View more
No matter what the drive, Shell engine oils provide superior protection against engine stress.

If you want ultimate engine performance, choose Shell Helix at Beaurepaires and get 20-30% off selected packs!*

Buy in-store or online now.

Hurry offer ends 25th August 2019.

Terms & Conditions:
The 20-30% discount on selected shell motor oils is valid for purchases in-store and online at www.beaurepaires.co.nz... between 12 August – 25 August 2019 (inclusive). For a full list of eligible products please visit beaurepaires.co.nz.... Offer applies to cash, EFTPOS, credit, and finance transactions. Standard finance criteria and charges apply to finance transactions. Offer excludes fleet, commercial and trade customers. Available at participating Beaurepaires stores nationwide. Whilst stocks last.

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1 hour ago

Does Hamilton need a $79.3m theatre?

The team Reporter from Hamilton Press

Hi neighbours - the theatre, set to be situated on Victoria Street, will be an "enabler for economic development", and will be shared with meeting rooms, a restaurant/cafe and five star hotel.

What do you think of this investment? Is it what Hamilton needs or should money be allocated … View more
Hi neighbours - the theatre, set to be situated on Victoria Street, will be an "enabler for economic development", and will be shared with meeting rooms, a restaurant/cafe and five star hotel.

What do you think of this investment? Is it what Hamilton needs or should money be allocated elsewhere first?
Read more here

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1 day ago

Cheap Cat Desexing

Shirleigh from Dinsdale

Spread the word...

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8 hours ago

Small business lending. Easy as!

Prospa

Need some extra funds to keep business humming?

The team at Prospa can help with a business loan of $5K to $150K. Staff-up. Stock-up. Build-up. With Prospa the only way is up, and your business benefits with cash flow friendly repayments over terms of 3 to 24 months. Whatever you need, we can … View more
Need some extra funds to keep business humming?

The team at Prospa can help with a business loan of $5K to $150K. Staff-up. Stock-up. Build-up. With Prospa the only way is up, and your business benefits with cash flow friendly repayments over terms of 3 to 24 months. Whatever you need, we can help.

Visit prospa.co.nz or call 0800 005 797 to apply.
Apply now

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17 hours ago

Dish washer repair

Les from Saint Andrews

Blocked pump in dishwasher need some to give me a price to repair this

16 hours ago

A small but significant win for Whatawhata

Noel Smith from Noel Smith Councillor - Newcastle Ward

A small but significant win for Whatawhata and the Newcastle ward.
Earlier today, Council staff recommended to the Councils Policy Committee that Council donate surplus playground equipment from the merging of two playgrounds at the Point, Ngaruawahia to a private enterprise. Most of the equipment … View more
A small but significant win for Whatawhata and the Newcastle ward.
Earlier today, Council staff recommended to the Councils Policy Committee that Council donate surplus playground equipment from the merging of two playgrounds at the Point, Ngaruawahia to a private enterprise. Most of the equipment was no longer compliant with the NZ Playground equipment standards but several pieces of equipment still complied.
Councillor Noel Smith, Councillor for the Newcastle ward that includes Whatawhata, challenged the staff recommendation and pointed out that the Whatawhata community had no public playground and under the Council’s playground strategy was not due to get a playground until 2033. He challenged his fellow Councillors to consider the ratepayers of the district ahead of a private organisation. He asked that Whatawhata be given the opportunity to inspect and utilise the equipment. After some impassioned discussions Councillors supported Councillor Smith’s request and Whatawhata is to be offered the opportunity to utilise the compliant equipment.
Glenn McLennan, Chairman of the Whatawhata Residents & Ratepayers Association, Councillor Smith and Council staff will inspect the equipment later this week to ensure the equipment is suitable. Councillor Smith stated, ‘While the equipment is not new, the Community has the opportunity to install some equipment while it waits for a new playground’. Councillors also asked staff to initiate a review of the playground strategy and if possible find ways to bring the programme forward so that smaller communities can get their playgrounds sooner.

17 hours ago
18 hours ago

ANNUAL BOOK FAIR 2019

Shally from Saint Andrews

Two weeks to go... See you all there!

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19 hours ago

Competition time!

The Team from Hamilton City Council

Competition time! 📣 The popular 'design your own helmet' competition is back.

Download an entry form below and get designing ➡️www.hamilton.govt.nz/schoolroadsafety

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20 hours ago

How to deal with neighbourhood disputes

Jo Haywood Reporter from Homed

Hey neighbours, most of us are lucky enough to get on with the people we live next door to, but what can you do if you don't?

We asked some experts how to stop minor irritations turning into something more serious, and who you can you turn to if things start to get out of hand - because … View more
Hey neighbours, most of us are lucky enough to get on with the people we live next door to, but what can you do if you don't?

We asked some experts how to stop minor irritations turning into something more serious, and who you can you turn to if things start to get out of hand - because being better neighbours can only have a positive impact on the quality of our communities, and who wouldn't want that :)

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21 hours ago

What's On: Health & Disability Advocacy Service

Margaret from Cambridge

Do you sometimes feel confused after you talk to your Doctor?  Hear about your rights when getting health or disability services.   Facilitator: Charles Gower, Advocate
Health & Disability Advocacy Service
  • Settlement Centre
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22 hours ago

Studio/Flat/Granny Flat Wanted

Jacqui from Dinsdale

Single mature person requiring accommodation, granny flat, studio or similar.Pref close to Hamilton city central, Whitiora, Dinsdale, Lake, Frankton or similar, must be on West side of bridge. Please phone or text me on 022 5494499

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1 day ago

What's On: SPRING CARNIVAL BALL Age 16+

Janyce from Huntington

A Ball for adults with Special Needs. Dress Formal. Tickets on sale from September, at the Hamilton North School Office. Queries to: admin@hamnorth.school.nz or phone 07 849 3029.
SPRING CARNIVAL BALL Age 16+
  • Main Hall Rototuna High Schools
1 day ago

A Doll’s House

Performing Arts Network of NZ

Tour-Makers and Twist Productions present A Doll’s House, by Emily Perkins, based on Ibsen’s original, directed by Katherine McRae.

Cleverly exposing the dynamics within a marriage, the New Zealand adaptation of the classic play by Norway's Henrik Ibsen, A Doll’s House, is set to make… View more
Tour-Makers and Twist Productions present A Doll’s House, by Emily Perkins, based on Ibsen’s original, directed by Katherine McRae.

Cleverly exposing the dynamics within a marriage, the New Zealand adaptation of the classic play by Norway's Henrik Ibsen, A Doll’s House, is set to make its Hamilton debut – playing for one night only at Clarence Street Theatre on Saturday 14th September.

Celebrated New Zealand writer Emily Perkins has created a masterpiece in her first work for the stage, exploring the social straitjackets we find ourselves in, and revealing how much – or how little – has changed since the Ibsen original premiered in 1879, with both being acclaimed by critics and audiences alike.

This production stars Sophie Hambleton, best known for her role as Carol O’Driscoll in TV3’s Westside.
Book now

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1 day ago

Treat yourself by treating Dad - Win*

Reporter Sunday Star Times

Why not spoil Dad this year with a gift that keeps on giving, not just on Father's Day but every Sunday?

From as little as $3.80* a week you can keep Dad up to date with all the latest news in sports, business and entertainment each Sunday. Plus, when you buy him a 6-month or 1-year … View more
Why not spoil Dad this year with a gift that keeps on giving, not just on Father's Day but every Sunday?

From as little as $3.80* a week you can keep Dad up to date with all the latest news in sports, business and entertainment each Sunday. Plus, when you buy him a 6-month or 1-year subscription and you’ll go in the draw to WIN* a brand new 65” Sony Bravia OLED TV, worth $7,499.

Ts&Cs apply.
Buy now

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