Huntington, Hamilton

11 days ago

Combating Winter ills!

Owner Operator from Gracias Lawns

What better way to lift your countenance than having your gardens wearing their 'best dressed'! Make your lawns, gardens and yourself grateful today by having our team do the hard yards for you. It will make you smile, lift your countenance and help beat those winter ills!

graciaslawns.co.nz/services/
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11 days ago

Thinking of hiring a Tradie?

Consumer Protection

Thinking of hiring a local contractor to do some renovations on your house? A good rule of thumb is to obtain more than one quote, particularly if you are investing a large sum of money.

- Do you know the difference between a quote or an estimate?
- Will you need to hire multiple contractors?
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Thinking of hiring a local contractor to do some renovations on your house? A good rule of thumb is to obtain more than one quote, particularly if you are investing a large sum of money.

- Do you know the difference between a quote or an estimate?
- Will you need to hire multiple contractors?

There can be big differences in the prices – make sure you ask why. If you want a good result, the more you think about upfront the better. Follow our checklists, information, and tools to help you through the process.
Find out more

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12 days ago

Things you need to know before you borrow $$...

Your friends at Neighbourly

Hey neighbours, are you thinking of borrowing money by taking out a loan?

Before you do - there's a few things you really need to know about. Take a minute and read the tips below to ensure you're asking the right questions and getting the best loan for you.

1. Shop around! …View more
Hey neighbours, are you thinking of borrowing money by taking out a loan?

Before you do - there's a few things you really need to know about. Take a minute and read the tips below to ensure you're asking the right questions and getting the best loan for you.

1. Shop around! Interest rates, fees and terms must be made available to you by the lender. Make sure you compare details and make an informed decision about what loan is best for you.

2. Choose a lender. Did you know that when you borrow money to buy something, you don’t have to borrow from the same person who is selling the goods?

3. Understand. Whoever is loaning you the money must ask questions to make sure you can afford the loan. They also need to help you understand the key terms of the loan.

4. Be prepared. You'll need to provide your lender with information to show that you can afford to repay the loan. This might include proof of income and expenses so make sure you have it ready.

Don't get on Auntie's bad side and do your research! You can find more information here.

Your friends at Neighbourly
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12 days ago

Free washing machine

Stanley from Chartwell

Free washing machine. Fisher & Paykel 5.5kg. It doesn't work when you plug it in but if anyone is interested they can get and fix it.

12 days ago

Make an emergency plan

The Team from Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management

Emergencies are unpredictable, therefore it’s really important to make a plan to help you get through.

Having a discussion about alternative meeting places, what to do if you can’t contact each other or making a list of supplies are good things to think about when making a plan for an …View more
Emergencies are unpredictable, therefore it’s really important to make a plan to help you get through.

Having a discussion about alternative meeting places, what to do if you can’t contact each other or making a list of supplies are good things to think about when making a plan for an emergency.

What will be on your plan?

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13 days ago

Redlid Garden Bins & Bags

Grant Wilson from Red Lid Garden Bins & Bags and Redlid Skips

Redlid Skips are are a new division of Redlid Garden Bins & Bags. If you would like a skip for General, Green or Hard Fill then please give us a call. 0800 Redlid or www.redlid.co.nz...

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42 days ago

Jutting footpath claims kneecap

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi everyone,

Dawn King, 81, was walking her son's black labrador, Max, around the block in Rototuna when she tripped and fell over a lip of concrete on Cate Rd.

She broke her kneecap and is now stranded for four weeks.

After contacting Hamilton City Council about the incident, staff …View more
Hi everyone,

Dawn King, 81, was walking her son's black labrador, Max, around the block in Rototuna when she tripped and fell over a lip of concrete on Cate Rd.

She broke her kneecap and is now stranded for four weeks.

After contacting Hamilton City Council about the incident, staff visited the site and it's due to be fixed within a week.

Do you have a dodgy footpath that needs fixing? If so, please get in touch on 849-9666 or email news@waikatotimes.co.nz or comment below.

stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/news/104466088/woman-breaks-kneecap-after-fall-on-hamilton-footpath
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13 days ago

Instagram

Managing Director from The Swimming Pool Shop

Hope you're all doing well this winter!

Just wanted to let you all know that we now have an Instagram account, which will show exclusive specials and deals found in store.

Follow @poolshopflagstaff today!

13 days ago

What is a behavioural optometrist?

Practice Manager from Rototuna Optometrists Ltd

A behavioural optometrist does not only assess the eyesight of an eye, but all aspects of vision and how the brain is processing what we see.
It is especially suited to those with eye motor control problems, lazy eyes, developmental delays, neurological damage or learning delays.

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13 days ago

Trailer with cage - price reduced

Suzanne from Gordonton - Puketaha

Small trailer approx 4x6 with wooden cage. Requires work on the wheels to get warrant. Is currently registered. Message me to view or with any questions.

$150

14 days ago

Hamilton rates.

Brian from Pukete

I have just been reading why our rates are going through the roof once again,and most of it is due to this Peacocks subdivision that the Mayor had such a large interest in.
It is going to cost Hamilton $ 329 MILLION for the addition of 4000 homes.
That is an additional $6580 per household that …View more
I have just been reading why our rates are going through the roof once again,and most of it is due to this Peacocks subdivision that the Mayor had such a large interest in.
It is going to cost Hamilton $ 329 MILLION for the addition of 4000 homes.
That is an additional $6580 per household that we will have to pay,going on the 2013 census that there were approx 50,000 houses in Hamilton at $3000 per household.
This is just PART of the additions that they have factored in that we dont need.
12 million for a train station at Rotokauri so about 200 people can train to Auckland.
20 million for a community HUB at Rototuna, what the hell are they going to build,another Claudlands edifice.?
27 million for Hamilton gardens developent,didnt see that one in the budget I was OK at $10 a year but where did that come from.
52 Million for biking projects...are you crazy!
What has happened to sort out what NEEDS to be done for ESSENTIAL works ,pay off debt, THEN look at fluffy luxuries..

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