Frankton, Hamilton

68 days ago

Hangi Fundraiser

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

FUNDRAISER HANGI this Saturday March 6th
Pick up is at 4.30-5.30pm
Please tautoko our awesome Youth St Programme
TICKETS $10.00 on SALE NOW at the office during office hours 10.00am-12.30pm Monday- Friday
If you would like to secure your ticket and pay online please call us on 850 5020 or email at … View more
FUNDRAISER HANGI this Saturday March 6th
Pick up is at 4.30-5.30pm
Please tautoko our awesome Youth St Programme
TICKETS $10.00 on SALE NOW at the office during office hours 10.00am-12.30pm Monday- Friday
If you would like to secure your ticket and pay online please call us on 850 5020 or email at goodnewscommunitycentre@gmail.com.

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68 days ago

MELVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PTA GARAGE SALE 13 MARCH REMINDER

Jos & Terry from Glenview

Come and join us on 13 March 8am - Noon. Donations welcome - please call the school on 07 843 4529

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69 days ago

❤️🦮 Meet “Callum” from Blind Low Vision NZ 🦮❤️

Michelle from Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre

Blind Low Vision New Zealand do an amazing job providing emotional and practical support to New Zealanders with low vision and sight loss. One of the ways they do this is with guide dogs. 🥰

It takes aproximately 18 to 20 months to train a dog. From 9 weeks of age they are placed with puppy … View more
Blind Low Vision New Zealand do an amazing job providing emotional and practical support to New Zealanders with low vision and sight loss. One of the ways they do this is with guide dogs. 🥰

It takes aproximately 18 to 20 months to train a dog. From 9 weeks of age they are placed with puppy raisers who provide them with new experiences every day, so they get used to the world, new people, situations and experiences.🐕‍🦺

From 12 months of age they go for intensive training and testing and once they have completed and passed everything required of them they are ready for placement.💕

For those of you that don’t know, here at Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre we do the health checks and vaccinations for the puppies and dogs in our area for the organisation. These dogs do a wonderul service and it is a pleasure that we can play a small part in their lives.

This is Callum, another one of their amazing dogs who came into the clinic for a health check and vaccinations last week.🐾💕

We are proud to support Blind Low Vision NZ in every way we can.❤️

www.hamiltonvets.co.nz...

69 days ago

Home hacks: Your best tips for cleaning jobs around the house

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Hamilton

Most of these are free or inexpensive, and we can only assume they are tried and tested user-submitted hacks. It's interesting to note that the same everyday products crop up again and again, so let's hear it for dishwasher tabs. Here's what people to say...

IN THE KITCHEN

* … View more
Most of these are free or inexpensive, and we can only assume they are tried and tested user-submitted hacks. It's interesting to note that the same everyday products crop up again and again, so let's hear it for dishwasher tabs. Here's what people to say...

IN THE KITCHEN

* Dishwasher tabs are good to soak muffin trays and cake tins.
* I use dishwasher powder and a splash of bleach diluted in water to soak stained whites overnight. It will bring even whites that have been turned another colour in the wash back to sparkling white.
* Dishwasher powder works for the silver oven racks. I put them in a bath lined with an old towel, then add dishwasher powder, but the tablet would work and a bit of washing powder. Leave it to soak for four hours and it comes off pretty easily.
* To get tea stains off cups, use 1 tsp dishwasher powder and fill the cup up with hot water. Stir to dissolve the powder and let soak for a couple of hours. Put the cup in the empty sink so any overspill doesn't damage the benchtop.
* I clean my glass oven door with ash from my firebox. I clean my firebox glass door the same. Wet newspaper dipped in ash, rub all over glass, dry with clean newspaper. Brings it back like brand new. Used tea bags are also good with the ash.
* Got a pot which is filthy disgusting? Put a dishwasher tablet in put enough boiling water in to cover the filth, stick a lid on and leave over night. Amazing results.
* Soak your filters from the kitchen rangehood extractor fans in warm water and clothes washing powder. Grease and oil just melts off with no scrubbing at all. Good as new!
* Here are two tips to save your money. Let oven warm up. Once warm, the oil stain on door turns soft, and it just wipes off. Tip 2, if it's been baked on for years you just need a sharp blade. You can use one of those window scrapers, but no liquid. Scrape it (when warm); grab a vacuum and suck up all the dust.
* To clean stainless steel tub. Get a tube of Autosol from Mitre 10 or similar and clean with that. Have done it and it works brilliantly. First used to restore chrome on vintage car (brilliant) so gave it a go and delighted at the outcome.
* Oil of cloves is brilliant on mould. Smells a bit like dentist for an hour but it kills mould spores. The chemist sells it fairly cheaply, or Trade Me.
* We run a motel and polish the stainless steel every day. You need three rags. First rag works Polaris paste into the stainless steel. You end up with a rag caked with the paste. Add a little water and mop it up with a second rag. Then with a third clean rag you buff up the surface. We cut up old worn-out towels into squares to make rags.
Other cleaners such as Jif and Chemco also work, but Polaris gives the best shine.
* I put my oven racks and rangehood filters in the dishwasher and let that do the hard work. As soon as the cycle has finished, I remove the racks one at a time, closing the washer door between each one to keep hot, and just wipe over each rack with a Scotchbrite scourer dipped in hot water. The remaining grease marks come off easily; no hard rubbing needed. For the filters, I just rinse them in hot water and give them a good shake to remove as much water as possible then stand them on one edge outside to dry. I do this every three months and clean-up is easy. Oh, and if my oven door glass has grimy grease-spots, I use a putty scraper. It doesn't scratch the glass and it works a dream.

IN THE BATHROOM
* Try using dishwash liquid to clean your bath and shower, including the glass.
* Dishwasher tabs get brown stains out of your toilet.
* To get those stains off toilet bowls, use a very, very fine wet and dry sandpaper.
* Razor blades/paint scraper blades are awesome for removing water stains from around your taps or tiles.
* For the shower, I use 30 Seconds water spot remover to clean first. Then use Rain-X water repellent (the car windscreen stuff). The water just beads off the glass and makes cleaning easier. Reapply the Rain-X every few months when the beading has reduced.
* Try a piece of pumice – free from the beach. Wet the door and clean it with the pumice. It does a brilliant job and is also good on burnt saucepans.

FIREPLACE
* Dirty logburner glass? Dip a wet cloth in the ashes. Scrub with that.

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69 days ago

Moving and Delivery Services

Devan from Smart Express Hamilton

No job is too big or small. We cater for all your moving and delivery requirements. From vans to trucks, we have something for every job

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72 days ago

Nawton Community Meeting Wednesday March 3rd

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

Good morning whanau and friends.
Next week the Western Community Centre will be hosting a community meeting to address any concerns you may have. Join us and have your say. NAU MAI HAERE MAI

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69 days ago

Celebrate Community - March 1st to 31st 🎂

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This month is all about bringing your community together and having a great time! We want March to be all about celebrating the connections we have while making new ones along the way. As we all know, what makes a neighbourhood great isn’t the houses and cars, gardens and streets - it’s the … View moreThis month is all about bringing your community together and having a great time! We want March to be all about celebrating the connections we have while making new ones along the way. As we all know, what makes a neighbourhood great isn’t the houses and cars, gardens and streets - it’s the people who share their presence and aroha with each other.

A wonderful way to take part is to participate in Neighbours Day Aotearoa which takes place from 20 - 30th March. This year’s theme is ‘The Great Plant Swap’ - as an easy way for our neighbourhoods to grow stronger together. If you’re hosting an event, make sure to register it on their website: neighboursday.org.nz/join-in

Show us how you’re celebrating community this month by tagging us in your social media posts or emailing us your photos, videos, or experiences to: info@neighbourhoodsupport.co.nz

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69 days ago

Support your local news

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Save $30 off RPP when you subscribe to your local newspaper at mags4gifts.co.nz, and enjoy the convenience of safe delivery straight to your home.

By subscribing, you will also be supporting our journalists across the country who work tirelessly to ensure you remain informed as situations … View more
Save $30 off RPP when you subscribe to your local newspaper at mags4gifts.co.nz, and enjoy the convenience of safe delivery straight to your home.

By subscribing, you will also be supporting our journalists across the country who work tirelessly to ensure you remain informed as situations evolve.
Take the offer

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72 days ago

Tv aerial installation Hamilton

Phillip from Hamilton East

Tv aerial installation Hamilton and repairs
aerialsplus.co.nz. 021 171 1083
Aerials Plus Hamilton

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69 days ago

Property Development

Michael from Dinsdale

These are photos of my recently completed projects in Auckland. Please contact me if you have multiple units or light commercial projects. I can provide a reference from Project Owners, Main Contractors and Consultants. My preference is in projects in Hamilton and Auckland and might be able to … View moreThese are photos of my recently completed projects in Auckland. Please contact me if you have multiple units or light commercial projects. I can provide a reference from Project Owners, Main Contractors and Consultants. My preference is in projects in Hamilton and Auckland and might be able to stretch to Taupo if the opportunity arises

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70 days ago

lawns

Peter from Frankton

just making a complaint about Bottle shop lawns who used to do my lawns but was cancelled no explanation.
on the 17-12-20 an EMPLOYEE did my lawns the next day when went to get the paper noticed the corner of the flower bed looked wrong so took a second look and had been broken by hitting with a … View more
just making a complaint about Bottle shop lawns who used to do my lawns but was cancelled no explanation.
on the 17-12-20 an EMPLOYEE did my lawns the next day when went to get the paper noticed the corner of the flower bed looked wrong so took a second look and had been broken by hitting with a mudguard of a trailer as the employee is the only one that turns his trailer there it was obvious dont know why as he had the whole backyard to turn around as in photo.
Bottle shop refuses any liability,so if you have your lawns done by bottle shop you could end up like me so BEWARE you have beenwarned

70 days ago

Do you need website?

Naimish from iFixComputer ifixcomputer.co.nz

Hi all,

I am freelance Website Developer. I build beautiful, mobile responsive and functional Websites for local businesses.

Let us take care of everything to do with your website. From your website hosting, right through to your domain name and email. We know all these components intimately and … View more
Hi all,

I am freelance Website Developer. I build beautiful, mobile responsive and functional Websites for local businesses.

Let us take care of everything to do with your website. From your website hosting, right through to your domain name and email. We know all these components intimately and how they fit together in an ever-changing landscape. Giving us ultimate technical responsibility means we can give you the best possible service when you need it most.

Please do let me know if you need business website, audit your existing website, Website migration, SEO, Google Ads, Facebook ads for your business, I would love to help to grow your business online.

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70 days ago

COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL UPDATE

The Team from New Zealand Police

From 6am tomorrow morning, Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 and the rest of New Zealand will move to Alert Level 2. The measures will remain in place for the next seven days.

More details available at www.covid19.govt.nz....

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70 days ago

Your neighbourhood is now at Alert Level 2

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

**UPDATED:** 1.22pm Sunday 28 February

The Prime Minister and the Director-General of Health are currently providing an update to media in the Beehive.

Ardern has confirmed that health authorities have found a possible person to person link for how Case M and N picked up Covid-19. This could … View more
**UPDATED:** 1.22pm Sunday 28 February

The Prime Minister and the Director-General of Health are currently providing an update to media in the Beehive.

Ardern has confirmed that health authorities have found a possible person to person link for how Case M and N picked up Covid-19. This could eliminate concern that there are other chains of transmission to identify.

Ashley Bloomfield asked people to keep an eye out for atypical symptoms
"This new variant of the virus, the B117, does seem to be presenting with symptoms that are not the typical respiratory symptoms," he said.

If you have muscle aches, do consider this might be a Covid-19 symptom.
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Auckland is now at Alert Level 3 and the rest of the country will move to Alert Level 2 until at least 6 March.

Here's what you need to know:
- Case M, the latest Covid-19 case, is a 21-year-old male, the older sibling of a Papatoetoe High School student.
- If you have symptoms of concern, call the NZ Covid-19 Healthline on 0800 358 5453 or call your GP.
- Find your closest Covid-19 testing location on the Healthpoint website
- Essential services such as supermarkets and pharmacies will remain open.
- Customer-facing businesses will need to move to non-contact methods of payment and collection.
- See the full list of guidelines under Alert Level 3 and Alert Level 2
- Keep up-to-date with the latest by following the Stuff live blog

Neighbourly will be updating this message as further information comes to hand.

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71 days ago

Addictive Eaters Anonymous

The Team from Addictive Eaters Anonymous - Hamilton

Recovery from Bulimia

Do you have a secret life where food is concerned? Have you used compulsive exercise, laxatives or vomiting to try and control your weight? Have you tried every available bulimia treatment out there? Do you find it exhausting trying to maintain a ‘normal’ weight? Find out… View more
Recovery from Bulimia

Do you have a secret life where food is concerned? Have you used compulsive exercise, laxatives or vomiting to try and control your weight? Have you tried every available bulimia treatment out there? Do you find it exhausting trying to maintain a ‘normal’ weight? Find out how our bulimic members have turned their lives around through the Twelve Steps of AEA.

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