Huntington, Hamilton

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34 days ago

Autumn Sale at Chartwell Church this Friday and Saturday

Erica from Rototuna

If anyone out there would like to have a market stall (indoor/sheltered) or a car boot stall at the upcoming Autumn Sale in Chartwell let us know! We have spaces available. Contact the office on 07 855 7434.
Friday 5pm-7pm is books, games and puzzles. It is a good chance to have a first poke … View more
If anyone out there would like to have a market stall (indoor/sheltered) or a car boot stall at the upcoming Autumn Sale in Chartwell let us know! We have spaces available. Contact the office on 07 855 7434.
Friday 5pm-7pm is books, games and puzzles. It is a good chance to have a first poke around the books (so that we have space to put more out!).
Then Saturday 11am-2pm is the larger Market Stall event with plants, produce, car boot and stalls etc

Negotiable

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46 days ago

Do you think the city needs more affordable housing projects?

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

An affordable rental development has been left scrambling to secure funding after it was unexpectly turned down by central government.

Bridge Housing Trust plans to build a 42 apartment complex on the corner of Tristram and Liverpool Streets in Hamilton central over two buildings. The land is … View more
An affordable rental development has been left scrambling to secure funding after it was unexpectly turned down by central government.

Bridge Housing Trust plans to build a 42 apartment complex on the corner of Tristram and Liverpool Streets in Hamilton central over two buildings. The land is being donated by Perry Group, which currently owns both sites.

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39 days ago

Have you seen a fire engine go over a raised platform?

Libby Totton Reporter from Waikato Times

Traffic calming measures are delaying response times for fire crews and putting lives at risk, a group of frontline Hamilton firefighters say.

Last month Hamilton City Council slammed the brakes on a number of not-yet contracted roading projects that would have installed more raised platforms … View more
Traffic calming measures are delaying response times for fire crews and putting lives at risk, a group of frontline Hamilton firefighters say.

Last month Hamilton City Council slammed the brakes on a number of not-yet contracted roading projects that would have installed more raised platforms and in-lane bus stops across the city after a “tsunami” of push-back from the public.

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35 days ago

This week's prize draw!

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Winners of the $100 Farmers vouchers in this week's Neighbourly prize draw are:

Gustavo Silva from Auckland Central

Mary Halliday from Port Waikato

Emily Taylor from Rolleston

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Winners of the $100 Farmers vouchers in this week's Neighbourly prize draw are:

Gustavo Silva from Auckland Central

Mary Halliday from Port Waikato

Emily Taylor from Rolleston

Neil Morrison from Invercargill

Get in touch with our Neighbourly Helpdesk team before the 30th of April to claim your prize by heading here.

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36 days ago

Got some stuff in the back of your closet to sell off?

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

The biggest ‘self-serve flea supermarket’ in New Zealand is about to open in Hamilton.

Re:Circle is coming to 313 Victoria Street on May 1, a space that has been vacant since the Ministry of Social Development left the building in 2019.

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35 days ago

Tixel tickets: Around the world 40 gin Hamilton (Sunday 21st)

Ellen from Chartwell

Afternoon, I'm selling two tickets for $35 each (individual tickets are $55) to the Around the World gin event at Roaming Giant in Hamilton this Sunday. I am selling through Tixel if you're interested.
tixel.com...

Price: $35

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36 days ago

Stolen Bike!

Giselle from Flagstaff

My sisters bike was stolen from the Chartwell shopping center on Thurs (yesterday). It's red frame, Giant, mountain bike with some locks attached, and quite expensive!!! If you have found it, please kindly message me~~

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36 days ago

Get painting with Resene plant-based paints!

Resene

Plant-based paints are made just like normal paint but everything in the tin comes from plants and minerals.

Plus they’re Eco Choice approved with low odour and easy water clean-up, so you can paint or stain your place with ease.

Available from Resene ColorShops.
Find out more

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36 days ago

You can help grow the Waikato Community Rugby Fund

The Team from Momentum Waikato

Waikato Rugby celebrated 100 years of service to the community in 2021, but due to the pandemic the long-planned celebrations were not held until late 2022.

A highlight was a black-tie event at GloBox Arena at Claudelands where over 300 people enjoyed a wonderful night of reminiscence, … View more
Waikato Rugby celebrated 100 years of service to the community in 2021, but due to the pandemic the long-planned celebrations were not held until late 2022.

A highlight was a black-tie event at GloBox Arena at Claudelands where over 300 people enjoyed a wonderful night of reminiscence, remembrance, reconnection and reflection on what our national game means to the Waikato.

Many people put a lot of work into making the evening a massive success by all sorts of measures. One was fundraising $21,000 for the good of the game through auctions and donations, which has recently been transferred to the Waikato Community Rugby Fund at Momentum Waikato.

The Fund grows in perpetuity, with distributed returns only used for the benefit of the amateur community rugby, forever.

Donations to the Waikato Community Rugby Fund are always most welcome, to find out more and donate click the button below.

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36 days ago

Potted colour

The Team from Resene ColorShop Te Rapa

Express yourself with this artistic dip-dye paint effect using Resene paints. Find out how to create your own with these easy step by step instructions.

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37 days ago

Waikato Tractors Farmers Day

The team from from Hukanui Golf Club Inc

At Hukanui Golf Club on Wednesday 8th May.
Ambrose teams of four
Registrations from 9.30am for 10.30am shotgun start.
Bridgestone Huntly Hole in One Challenge, great assortment of prizes, raffles & auction. All day BBQ
To enter: phone (07) 8243784
or email: hukanuigolf@xtra.co.nz

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37 days ago

Turn downsizing stress into strength

Linda Jones Retirement Village

Downsizing can open the door to a new stage of your life that is rich in opportunity. However, it can be a daunting prospect. If you are embarking on a new chapter of life, the thought of shedding familiar possessions can feel even more stressful. This can be true even if the life changes are a … View moreDownsizing can open the door to a new stage of your life that is rich in opportunity. However, it can be a daunting prospect. If you are embarking on a new chapter of life, the thought of shedding familiar possessions can feel even more stressful. This can be true even if the life changes are a good thing, such as a move to somewhere you will love to live.

Once you understand why you have this feeling, you can reframe it as creating a new environment that will support your present life while reminding you of your best experiences.

Click read more for the full article.

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37 days ago

Wondering what's the latest on the Sleepyhead development?

Libby Totton Reporter from Waikato Times

A massive company town development that would allow bedmaker Sleepyhead to move its workforce out of Auckland to Waikato has hit a snag... over where to put the poo.

The inability to hook up to a fully compliant Huntly wastewater treatment plant could slow progress at … View more
A massive company town development that would allow bedmaker Sleepyhead to move its workforce out of Auckland to Waikato has hit a snag... over where to put the poo.

The inability to hook up to a fully compliant Huntly wastewater treatment plant could slow progress at Sleepyhead Estate’s major Ohinewai industrial and housing development site, a local councillor warns.

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37 days ago

Were you following Manta5's progress?

Libby Totton Reporter from Waikato Times

A Waikato company behind a world first water e-bike appears to have sunk, with its directors putting it into voluntary liquidation.

Manta5 directors on Monday released a statement saying they had appointed Paul Manning and Jessica Kellow from BDO as administrators to investigate the company’s … View more
A Waikato company behind a world first water e-bike appears to have sunk, with its directors putting it into voluntary liquidation.

Manta5 directors on Monday released a statement saying they had appointed Paul Manning and Jessica Kellow from BDO as administrators to investigate the company’s financials and put forward recommendations.

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