Frankton, Hamilton

31 days ago

Waikato in restricted fire season

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

A restricted fire season is in place for Waikato with people requiring a fire permit if they wish to light an outdoor fire.
The prohibited fire season came into effect at 8am Wednesday and covers multiple areas in the region.

What you need to know:
- The ban covers the following areas: … View more
A restricted fire season is in place for Waikato with people requiring a fire permit if they wish to light an outdoor fire.
The prohibited fire season came into effect at 8am Wednesday and covers multiple areas in the region.

What you need to know:
- The ban covers the following areas: Waikato, Waipa, Otorohanga, Matamata-Piako, Hauraki, Waitomo, and South Waikato District Council boundaries.
-You must apply for a permit if you are to light an outdoor fire. Go to checkitsalright.nz and follow the instructions.
- Gas and charcoal barbecues are permitted.
- Individuals that operate heavy machinery are advised to exercise caution when out in dry terrain. Fire crews advise to undertake work in cooler temperatures and in minimal wind.

To find out more about outdoor fire safety, please go to Fire and Emergency New Zealand's (FENZ) website by clicking the button below.

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33 days ago

Found tabby porrit stadium

Summa from Frankton

Sharing not my post
Does this kitty look familiar to anyone

31 days ago

Don’t miss Tutus on Tour!

The Royal New Zealand Ballet

The Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to the Clarence Street Theatre, Hamilton in 2021.

See the dancers perform their favourite works, tailor-made for intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Tutus on Tour is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed… View more
The Royal New Zealand Ballet is delighted to bring Tutus on Tour to the Clarence Street Theatre, Hamilton in 2021.

See the dancers perform their favourite works, tailor-made for intimate venues, and suitable for all ages. Tutus on Tour is a fantastic opportunity to see your critically-acclaimed national ballet company. With just two shows on March 6th and 7th and tickets priced at just $27-$37 for adults ($12-$22 children) this is guaranteed to sell fast.
Book now!

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31 days ago

This week's latest Blueprint

Hamilton Harcourts

View Hamilton Harcourts' latest interactive Blueprint.

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32 days ago

New exciting Wahine/Womens Progamme starts next week

Syrina Pene from Te Rongopai Community Trust (GOOD NEWS COMMUNITY CENTRE)

🤗🤗🤗Ata Marie Whanau & Friends
🎉🎉🎉We are pleased to announce another great program
✅✅✅ Te Ropu Wahine - The Womens Group for ALL WOMEN
⏰⏰⏰next week on Wednesday 10th from 10.00-12.00pm.
🌈🌈🌈This is a special time for our women to socialise and enjoy a mix… View more
🤗🤗🤗Ata Marie Whanau & Friends
🎉🎉🎉We are pleased to announce another great program
✅✅✅ Te Ropu Wahine - The Womens Group for ALL WOMEN
⏰⏰⏰next week on Wednesday 10th from 10.00-12.00pm.
🌈🌈🌈This is a special time for our women to socialise and enjoy a mix of craft with Bible study included. Morning tea provided.
🙏🙏🙏Unfortunately, we do not have creche so no children please. Koha appreciated.
🌠🌠🌠You will find us at the St Marks Church on the cnr of Dominion Rd & Breckons Ave Nawton.
Please contact Robyn Jackson 0272343030 with any further queries

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32 days ago

How to Keep Indoor Plants Alive

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Hamilton

These five tips will help to keep your house greens looking lush!

1. Potting and repotting

When potting a plant, choose a pot that has good drainage and always use a good quality potting mix (I use Tully’s Perfect Potting). If you do have a pot without drainage, you can pot it in a smaller … View more
These five tips will help to keep your house greens looking lush!

1. Potting and repotting

When potting a plant, choose a pot that has good drainage and always use a good quality potting mix (I use Tully’s Perfect Potting). If you do have a pot without drainage, you can pot it in a smaller plastic pot and pop it inside.
When repotting, pick a pot that’s one size bigger than the one you have, place some firmly packed potting mix in the bottom and a small sprinkle of plant fertiliser (I use Ecostore Organic Biophos). Give the plant a good water and gently tip the pot on its side and ease out the plant, place it in the new pot and gently fill with potting mix, press down soil and keep filling until you are about 2-4cm from the top of the pot.

2. Light

Most plants like bright indirect sunlight. Plants get their nourishment and energy from the sun so don’t be shy about placing them in bright sunlight. As the seasons change, watch the light levels and move plants closer or further away from windows. Some plants can survive in very dim light but give them a bright light holiday one day a week. Pale foliage is a sign that your plant might not be getting enough light and brown patches on leaves can mean the plant is getting singed.

3. Water

One of the most common reasons indoor plants die is overwatering. The majority of plants need to be watered once a week. Once a month place them in a sink or bucket and drench the soil and roots, then let the water drain out well before placing them back in their spots. There are a few plants that like more water, such as peace lilies, and some that like less, including ZZ plants and snake plants.

4. Humidity

Lots of indoor plants, and the majority of what we sell, originate from sub-tropical rainforest-type climates. They love a light misting daily or you can sit them in the bathroom while you take a shower.

5. Choosing plants

Pick the right plant for you and your lifestyle. If you are new to house plants, start with an easy-care plant such as a succulent or cactus, then you can graduate to other types. If you go away a lot choose a plant that can survive without attention. If you live in the city you might want to think about plants that have super air cleansing powers.


The whole process of choosing plants and their weekly routine can be quite meditative. Enjoy the watering rituals you create — it’s a good chance to practise your mindfulness. Just remember once you start it’s hard to stop!

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32 days ago

New Raranga Flax Weaving Course for beginners starts next week.

Syrina Pene from Te Rongopai Community Trust (GOOD NEWS COMMUNITY CENTRE)

Kia Ora Koutou and Good Morning Whanau and Friends
We are pleased to announce that our first new raranga course for 2021 will start on Wednesday 17th February at 6.30pm - 8.30pm for six weeks. This course is perfect for beginners.
Spaces are limited so please call the office on 850 5020 or email … View more
Kia Ora Koutou and Good Morning Whanau and Friends
We are pleased to announce that our first new raranga course for 2021 will start on Wednesday 17th February at 6.30pm - 8.30pm for six weeks. This course is perfect for beginners.
Spaces are limited so please call the office on 850 5020 or email us on goodnewscommunitycentre@gmail.com to reserve your space. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
You will find us at 78 Breckons Ave Nawton. We look forward to hearing from you soon. NAU MAI HAERE MAI HOKI MAI

37 days ago

NZ's friendliest regions and towns

Lorna Thornber Reporter from Stuff Travel

Hi there,
Canterbury has been named the fifth most welcoming region in the world in the Booking.com Traveller Review Awards, while Oamaru, Hokitika and Invercargill have been named the most welcoming towns in NZ. They were followed by Cambridge, Picton, Lake Tekapo, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, … View more
Hi there,
Canterbury has been named the fifth most welcoming region in the world in the Booking.com Traveller Review Awards, while Oamaru, Hokitika and Invercargill have been named the most welcoming towns in NZ. They were followed by Cambridge, Picton, Lake Tekapo, Kerikeri, Palmerston North, Paihia and Twizel.
We'd be really keen to hear your thoughts on this based on your own travels around New Zealand. Do you think Canterbury is NZ's most welcoming region? And are these our most welcoming towns?
Where in NZ have you been made to feel particularly welcome on your travels?
As usual, please put 'NFP' in your comment if you don't want it to be included in an article. Cheers.

32 days ago

Start the school year strong!

NumberWorks'nWords Hamilton Central

The new school year is upon us! Though we can’t predict what 2021 will bring, we can set our children up for success, and help them start the school year strong.

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32 days ago

🏡A PROFESSIONAL THROUGH & THROUGH ONCE AGAIN!!!

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson from Cary Ralph - Ray White Hamilton City

🏡A Professional Through & Through Once Again!!!🏡
Cary was recommended to me by word of mouth. I have engaged Cary on more than one occasion to sell a property for me in South Waikato. From the onset I was impressed with Cary, he is very extremely professional and friendly, which makes him… View more
🏡A Professional Through & Through Once Again!!!🏡
Cary was recommended to me by word of mouth. I have engaged Cary on more than one occasion to sell a property for me in South Waikato. From the onset I was impressed with Cary, he is very extremely professional and friendly, which makes him a pleasure to deal with. What I really appreciated was he did not give me any unrealistic expectations, and never suggested anything that he could not deliver. He kept me informed at all times and was so vigilant with the open homes I could not have asked for better service. I would recommend Cary to anyone looking to buy or sell a property, I am very confident that you can rely on him to do a 100% honest, professional job.
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Review submitted by Bruce McGillivray

Cary Ralph Mob: 021 139-4000
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37 days ago

Ipad

Louise from Nawton

Hi Guys how are you all. I no its been awhile since ive got on, Just been Busy Busy ass, Lately doing my Garden up. making it look lovely for summer. still got awee bit to do. Will im back now. i need some ones help, maybe someone in the grandview area can help me. Im unsure about these new toys … View moreHi Guys how are you all. I no its been awhile since ive got on, Just been Busy Busy ass, Lately doing my Garden up. making it look lovely for summer. still got awee bit to do. Will im back now. i need some ones help, maybe someone in the grandview area can help me. Im unsure about these new toys these days.I got an ipad right, But i no for a Fact fbs been playing around and upgrading everything again. The only reason i use fb is my friends and familey, and my garden group.im havng trouble logging in and also to my recent page, i cant find the old photos. to set up. please any body have the brains and knolege about thge ipads can some come and fix it for me , They say you can recover your old file. but i cannotfind it. My landline no is 99293311. im home most days please help.sori couldnt put photo up. from louise

33 days ago

💖 Love Where You Live - February 1st to 28th 💖

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Love is in the air this month! We’re not just talking about Valentine’s Day, we’re talking about this month’s national campaign.

Our theme for February is all about finding ways to show your home and community a little extra love and care. Whether it’s organising a street clean up, … View more
Love is in the air this month! We’re not just talking about Valentine’s Day, we’re talking about this month’s national campaign.

Our theme for February is all about finding ways to show your home and community a little extra love and care. Whether it’s organising a street clean up, helping a neighbour tidy up their property, collaborating on a mural, putting together a working bee, or installing a communal pātaka or library - there are countless ways to make our neighbourhoods more beautiful and enjoyable for everyone.

Share your tips, projects, photos and experiences with us by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us at:

info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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33 days ago

Ever thought of taking a night school class?

Fraser High School

Fraser High School is the hub of adult learning in Hamilton and the Waikato district. We offer over 70 evening and weekend classes. Our courses are very reasonably priced as we are supported by the Ministry of Education to offer interesting and useful short programs.

Pick from our courses on … View more
Fraser High School is the hub of adult learning in Hamilton and the Waikato district. We offer over 70 evening and weekend classes. Our courses are very reasonably priced as we are supported by the Ministry of Education to offer interesting and useful short programs.

Pick from our courses on business management, computing, food and cooking, gardening, language, music and dance, photography, and art.

Enrol now for Term 1, starts 15th February. You can LOOK, BOOK and PAY online at www.fraserace.ac.nz or just call us on 07 846 8624. It's easy!

Just a few clicks and you will be on a new learning adventure.
Enrol now

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33 days ago

Addictive Eaters Anonymous

The Team from Addictive Eaters Anonymous - Hamilton

Addictive Eaters Anonymous On Air

Addictive Eaters Anonymous on Air is a 25 minute show which features a member of Addictive Eaters Anonymous sharing about their addictive eating and recovery from the compulsion and obsession with food. This will include what their life was like when they were … View more
Addictive Eaters Anonymous On Air

Addictive Eaters Anonymous on Air is a 25 minute show which features a member of Addictive Eaters Anonymous sharing about their addictive eating and recovery from the compulsion and obsession with food. This will include what their life was like when they were caught in addiction, how finding sobriety in Addictive Eaters Anonymous changed their lives, and what their lives are like now.

Our show airs at 12 noon on the 4th Monday of each month.

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