Burbush - Rotokauri, Hamilton

31 days 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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31 days 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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29 days ago

DROP IN SESSIONS - Meet your Councillor and candidate in the 2019 Local Body Elections

Noel Smith from Noel Smith Councillor - Newcastle Ward

Drop In session – Sunday 25 August 1pm – 3pm at the Village Café Whatawhata.
MEET your ward Councillor and candidate for re-election in this years local body elections.
I moved in to a cabin at the Cafe today ready for Sunday’s first drop in session. I look forward to catching up with you … View more
Drop In session – Sunday 25 August 1pm – 3pm at the Village Café Whatawhata.
MEET your ward Councillor and candidate for re-election in this years local body elections.
I moved in to a cabin at the Cafe today ready for Sunday’s first drop in session. I look forward to catching up with you this weekend.
If anyone wants to catch up with me, outside of the drop in sessions, I can be contacted on 0275943895 or newcastleherefords@xtra.co.nz. Regards Noel.


NB: Further drop in sessions will be held Thursday 29 August 10am-1pm and Sunday 8 September 1pm-3pm, both at the Village Cafe.

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30 days ago

Are you waiting for surgery? We'd love to chat

The Team Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Hi neighbours - we're looking to chat with people who have experienced the following:

-Have been waiting for surgery that the hospital keeps postponing.
-Have been told they can't get on the waiting list for surgery due to their debilitating condition not being "serious" … View more
Hi neighbours - we're looking to chat with people who have experienced the following:

-Have been waiting for surgery that the hospital keeps postponing.
-Have been told they can't get on the waiting list for surgery due to their debilitating condition not being "serious" enough.

If you're happy to chat and potentially be part of a story about this, please get in touch with Thomas through his email: thomas.coughlan@stuff.co.nz

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30 days ago

Frozen shoulder therapy

Phyllis from Phyllis Acupuncture Clinic

Quick pain relief
No anti inflammation medication
No cortisone injection
No surgery
Sleep at ease
Improved shoulder flexibility and arm strength
Back to normal lifestyle
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Quick pain relief
No anti inflammation medication
No cortisone injection
No surgery
Sleep at ease
Improved shoulder flexibility and arm strength
Back to normal lifestyle

Call Phyllis, NZRA Registered Acupuncturist for an appointment at (M) 021 0588 785

Address: 99 Grandview Rd Nawton. Hamilton

For more infor, visit:
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Negotiable

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30 days ago

Espan® 340 - Innovative Profile

Vannessa from Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton

Espan® has been designed for style and performance in mind and is Metalcraft Roofing’s new standing seam roof profile. The high ribs create strong defined shadow lines and combined with concealed fixings provide for superior weather performance.

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30 days ago

Hamilton: We’re Popping-Up!

Pop-Up Globe

Hey Neighbours, Pop-up Globe's NZ Tour is coming to town!

We’ve already opened to full houses and rave reviews in Dunedin & Nelson, conquered Christchurch & rocked Wellington, now we’re excited to head to Hamilton. This isn’t dusty boring Shakespeare, it’s a live … View more
Hey Neighbours, Pop-up Globe's NZ Tour is coming to town!

We’ve already opened to full houses and rave reviews in Dunedin & Nelson, conquered Christchurch & rocked Wellington, now we’re excited to head to Hamilton. This isn’t dusty boring Shakespeare, it’s a live interactive experience.

Here for 5 DAYS ONLY... don’t miss the epic production of Hamlet & the Moulin Rouge-esque, Measure for Measure, with tickets from only $19. You can even buy seats ON THE STAGE!

"Relish the full-blooded stuff of which theatrical dreams are made." - The Press, Christchurch
Book now

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30 days ago

This week's latest Blueprint

Hamilton Harcourts

View Hamilton Harcourts' latest interactive Blueprint.

If you'd like to receive Blueprint in your inbox each week, subscribe here.
Read it now

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31 days 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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32 days ago

Cheap Cat Desexing

Shirleigh from Dinsdale

Spread the word...

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31 days 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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31 days ago

Dish washer repair

Les from Saint Andrews

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

31 days 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.

31 days ago
31 days ago

ANNUAL BOOK FAIR 2019

Shally from Saint Andrews

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

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