Fairfield, Hamilton

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Resene labour weekend project

The Team from Resene ColorShop Hamilton Central

Need a headboard to finish off your master bedroom but can’t find one to suit? Why not create your own one inspired by the sun or moon using your favourite colour. Make the most of your weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to … View moreNeed a headboard to finish off your master bedroom but can’t find one to suit? Why not create your own one inspired by the sun or moon using your favourite colour. Make the most of your weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself.

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5 hours ago

Free Bookcase

John from Enderley

I have a bookcase which is free for anyone who is prepared to pick it up from Tramway Road. It is made of particle board and is in good condition. It measures 163.5cm tall, 75.5cm wide and 24cm deep. Please contact me on 021 2015080

Free

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5 hours ago

GST Free

Grey St Motors (2013) Ltd

Beat the rush... Ph to book in 856 7777

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8 hours ago

Yin Yoga + Tea Time

Dr. Heidi Douglass from Psychological Services and Yoga with Dr. Heidi Douglass

A one hour Yin Yoga class followed by a 45 minute tea time to connect and relax together in the beautiful location of Houchen Retreat Center in Hamilton. Raglan Roast coffee and an assortment of teas will be available along with a light, home made, sweet item.

Space is limited. Prebooking is … View more
A one hour Yin Yoga class followed by a 45 minute tea time to connect and relax together in the beautiful location of Houchen Retreat Center in Hamilton. Raglan Roast coffee and an assortment of teas will be available along with a light, home made, sweet item.

Space is limited. Prebooking is essential. A limited number of Early Bird tickets are available now- while supplies last. For full details & to secure your ticket, click the Eventbrite link:

eventbrite.co.nz/e/dr-heidi-douglass-presents-yin-yoga-tea-time-tickets-51382577673

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1 day ago

Stan Walker backs Waikato Regional Theatre plans

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

What local acts would you like to see on stage in the Waikato Regional Theatre?
Kiwi musician Stan Walker says there are "rough diamonds" in the hood in Hamilton, and the theatre plans could give them an opportunity.
Walker grew up in Hamilton - once attending Fairfield Intermediate and … View more
What local acts would you like to see on stage in the Waikato Regional Theatre?
Kiwi musician Stan Walker says there are "rough diamonds" in the hood in Hamilton, and the theatre plans could give them an opportunity.
Walker grew up in Hamilton - once attending Fairfield Intermediate and Hamilton Boys' High - and was back in town on Tuesday.
As well as hosting a workshop at Zeal, he gave a plug for $73.9 million plans for a Waikato Regional Theatre.
"I reckon there's a lot of rough diamonds here waiting to be given an opportunity," he said.
"The hood is where you're going to get the most talented people. They just haven't been exposed to [arts] like everyone else has."

stuff.co.nz/entertainment/107870425/stan-walker-sings-waikato-regional-theatres-praises

13 hours ago

We’re here to help you grow into your new home

Westpac

We know you’d rather be getting into your new home than talking about your mortgage.

And we’d love to help you get into that new home more quickly, so our Mobile Mortgage Managers can meet you at work, at home, at a cafe, or even in the middle of an empty section. They'll meet you at a … View more
We know you’d rather be getting into your new home than talking about your mortgage.

And we’d love to help you get into that new home more quickly, so our Mobile Mortgage Managers can meet you at work, at home, at a cafe, or even in the middle of an empty section. They'll meet you at a time that works best for you and are available seven days a week and in some cases, can even approve your loan for you on the spot.

Click through to find a Mobile Mortgage Manager in Hamilton.

Come and talk to us today.
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14 days ago

Home Haircuts

Kayla from Saint Andrews

Hi all, I'm a 20 year old barbering student. I'm looking for clients either for free at our shop between 9-3 or $20 and I will come to you outside of these hours. If anyone is interested please message and I can show you my work!

1 day ago

Poll: At what age was your child fully toilet trained?

Jacques Steenkamp Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Schools and health boards are noticing some children starting school are struggling to fit in because they aren't toilet trained yet. Has this been a problem for your family or anyone you know? Why do you think this is an issue?

(Please add NFP to your post if you don't wish for it to be… View more
Schools and health boards are noticing some children starting school are struggling to fit in because they aren't toilet trained yet. Has this been a problem for your family or anyone you know? Why do you think this is an issue?

(Please add NFP to your post if you don't wish for it to be used in print)

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At what age was your child fully toilet trained?
  • 65.5% Before they were 3?
    65.5% Complete
  • 30.9% Between 3 and 5?
    30.9% Complete
  • 1.7% It still hadn't happened when they started school.
    1.7% Complete
  • 1.9% Other - please comment below
    1.9% Complete
832 votes
1 day ago

SAMSUNG NOTE 8 FOR SALE

Jolee from Fairfield

Samsung Note 8 comes with everything, box, charger, pen etc no headphones(misplaced them) great condition, has a small black spot on left side of screen doesn't affect the use at all. Wanting $500 or nSWAP FOR ps4 + :) Fairfield or can drop if needed! Really keen on PS4 & CASH

Price: $500

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1 day ago

Plan ahead to stay safe and avoid delays this Labour Weekend

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The NZ Transport Agency has developed a tool that shows predicted traffic flow across popular journeys based on travel patterns from previous years. It can be found here.

Because predicted peak times can change based on incidents, weather and even driver behaviour we suggest that you check hereView more
The NZ Transport Agency has developed a tool that shows predicted traffic flow across popular journeys based on travel patterns from previous years. It can be found here.

Because predicted peak times can change based on incidents, weather and even driver behaviour we suggest that you check here before you leave for accurate information about current road and traffic conditions.

The holiday journeys site shows the busiest areas through Bay of Plenty and Waikato are expected to be the Kaimai Range, State Highway 2 between Paeroa and Waihi and State Highway 2 between Tauranga and Katikati, State Highway 1 north of Hamilton at Taupiri, State Highway 1 south of Cambridge at Karapiro, State Highway 2 at Maramarua and the Coromandel on State Highway 25 at Tairua and Kopu Bridge.

When driving this Labour Weekend, take care to:
- Drive to the conditions, whether it’s the weather, the time of day or amount of traffic
- Take regular breaks to stay alert and ensure fatigue doesn’t affect your driving
- Keep a safe following distance from vehicles in front so you can stop safely
- Be patient - overtaking is unlikely to make a significant difference to your journey time due to the amount of traffic expected over the weekend.
- Allow plenty of time, remember you are on holiday and avoid the need to rush
- Check your car is in good "health" before you head off.

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1 day ago

Planning on hitting the water this weekend? ⛵💦

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Kia ora water-lovers!

Here are some tips to make sure you and your loved ones are well prepared and stay safe:

1. Check the marine weather forecast before you go out, it could save your life! 58% of boaties already check it. We want the other 42% to make it a habit. MetService New Zealand's … View more
Kia ora water-lovers!

Here are some tips to make sure you and your loved ones are well prepared and stay safe:

1. Check the marine weather forecast before you go out, it could save your life! 58% of boaties already check it. We want the other 42% to make it a habit. MetService New Zealand's Marine App makes it easy.

2. Tests your life jackets. Pull hard on the straps and see if any of them stretch or rip. Check all over for any existing tears in the straps and any cuts or punctures in the life jacket. If yes, do not use the life jacket, dispose of it, and replace it. Always check if it floats before putting them on. Keep in mind kapok life jackets should not be used as they can absorb water and sink, their cotton straps also easily rip! Burn them or bin them, but whatever you do - don't use or resell them.

3. For this year's Safer Boating Week, boaties are being reminded to “Prep, Check, Know” - prepare your boat, check your gear and know the rules before going on the water.

Let's put in the time and effort to make sure there are NO water related accidents or deaths this Labour Day long-weekend! Don't forget to look out for each other and report any concerns you have to local authorities.

#SaferBoatingWeek
#NSNZemergencypreparedness

facebook.com/saferboating

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1 day ago

Who catches the bus rather than driving?

Jo from Maeroa

I am a reporter with the Waikato Times and I am wanting to talk to anyone who has decided to take the bus instead of driving. Just would like to know why they decided this and what they get from it? My email is jo.lines-mackenzie@stuff.co.nz. Thank you for your help.

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15 days ago

7 day a week childcare

Dianne from Hamilton East

I read recently about a centre that has opened in Hamilton offering 7 days a week opening hours. I have no idea whether other regions have 7day a week centres but regardless, to me this is absolutely unnecessary. Surely it will encourage parents to leave their children at the centre longer, … View moreI read recently about a centre that has opened in Hamilton offering 7 days a week opening hours. I have no idea whether other regions have 7day a week centres but regardless, to me this is absolutely unnecessary. Surely it will encourage parents to leave their children at the centre longer, instead of the parent/caregiver having to make adjustments to make sure they are home for their children. Longer hours, more days, where will it end? At the forefront of this is NOT the wellbeing of the children, nor their intrinsic rights as a child; it is about greed pure and simple. The Early child Industry is an extremely lucrative industry and much of the profit is NOT channelled back into ensuring that ratios are reduced, resources are continually changing and increasing in number, nor does it ensure that children at these centres are continually exposed to exciting and stimulating visits to places of interest. As always, the emphasis is NOT on the reason for the centres existing in the first place, The Child.

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