52 days ago

Why it’s important to choose an executor for your will.

Public Trust

When it comes to choosing an executor for your will, it's vital that you choose someone who will protect your legacy. A person you trust to fulfil your final wishes set out in your will. Scott Errington, Principal Trustee at our Timaru Customer Centre had a chat with stuff.co.nz recently on the importance of an executor for your will.
Check out the article in the link below.

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9 hours ago

Have you seen the 2022 Programme?

Hamilton Gardens

After a mammoth team effort, we're thrilled to unveil the programme for next year's Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival!

TEEKS, Ballet Noir, Haus of YOLO, Reb Fountain, Muroki, The Soundtracks from Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, Sunset Symphony...

Some of the biggest and boldest shows to ever hit Hamilton - all happening Feb 18-27. Featuring everything from classical music to drag, ballet to theatre, and comedy to children’s shows, the line-up is brimming with world-class arts experiences, right through to free & live acts

Explore our programme now! And make the most of Early Bird discounts on most of our ticketed events.
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1 day ago

Exclusive Neighbourly offering!

Climate Insights

Hi Neighbours,

Download your Property Climate Risk Report today and receive a 20% discount! Simply insert this code SUMMER22 at checkout and find out how climate resilient your property is today.

The peak property buying and selling season is here and after the record-breaking warmth of 2021, it is time to consider how our climate could impact your home.

Let's plan together to keep your home cooler, drier and more liveable.
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5 days ago

What's On: Aikido Musubi Ryu Martial Arts

Lyn from Nawton

Aikido uses throws, locks and pins to redirect your opponents energy. Using sword, staff, knife and unarmed, training is co-operative. Tues/Thurs 5:15pm (children), 6pm (Adults), Sat 9am (all). Open Day:
Aikido Musubi Ryu Martial Arts
  • Corner of Richmond Street and Willoughby Street