39 days ago

Christmas came early! 😍😍😍

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More messages from your neighbours
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1 day ago

5 year old entrepreneur

Steven from Glenview

Hi All ,
My 5 year old has been showing a lot of interest in food markets , so my wife and I are supporting her to start her very own business . Currently we are on the waiting list to get into the Tamahere markets but all legalities are done with food safety and council and her business is up and running .
She is selling ready Mix spices - made for convenience cooking . 3 flavours are out now :
- Smokey Bbq
- ready Mix curry
- tasty roast
They come in 80g packets and sell for $3.50 each . They make great Christmas presents for those who love cooking. Check out her Facebook page and thanks for your support .
Thanks everyone.
awbs://m.facebook.com/Aivas-Spice-Mix-101361028020302/?ref=bookmarks


From : Aiva’s Spice Mix

7 days ago

Stolen scooter

Alex from Glenview

Hi all, I have found a scooter on the footpath outside my property in the Glenview area, has anyone had theirs stolen? Pm me with a description if you think it could be yours.

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1 day ago

Parcel Post deliveries

John from Fairfield

For four years I have had the same problem. When I am sent a parcel on Parcel Post it always gets left at a neighbouring property. My letterbox is at the entrance to my property and my neighbours property has a letterbox about fifteen metres away. So my driveway is very clear that it serves one house only. I have complained to NZPost in the past about this and always been assured that it will never happen again, BUT IT DOES EVERYTIME. They promised to talk to their driver and then get back to me BUT HAVEN'T. They are gutless . WHY was parcel post tracked parcel not delivered at 10-44am this morning but instead to the neighbouring property. Parcel tracking number 159-157-765 and my cell phone number is 0274 898 075 if you want to take some responsibility for your abysmal management NZ Post then an apology may be a good start.