158 days ago

Unlock your New Year savings with energyclubnz

energyclubnz

We want you to start 2019 off right, so now is a great time to do an ‘annual’ savings check on your electricity bill to make sure that you are set up to save this New Year.

Did you know Kiwi households are on electricity plans which cost them $207 on average more each year? That’s $371M* across NZ! Checking out cheaper plans on the market could unlock your savings!

That’s why, here at energyclubnz, we want to help you save so that you can spend more on yourself and your family, not on high electricity bills. So go on, make the switch before 31st January 2019 and use the promo code NEWYEAR100 and you’ll receive $100 account credit towards your electricity bill.

Head over to energyclubnz.com and claim your savings now

*Disclaimer: Average residential saving figures is from 2017 data, excludes spot price plans and secondary benefits.
*Data sources:
EMI Residential savings: www.emi.ea.govt.nz/r/i15po
EMI Market share trends: www.emi.ea.govt.nz/r/dnalb
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More messages from your neighbours
5 hours ago

firewood earthworks and tree works

Ron Shea from Dr Tree & Bobcat /Digger Services Ltd - Horsham Downs

Hi there Its Ron Shea from Dr Tree and bobcat digger services we do it all here tree works ,earthworks cartage ,soak holes, drilling , stump grinding and we even sell firewood and mulch so if your needing a hand on a small or bigger project around the home then please call me on 0272139080

6 hours ago

Paris’ Story: From wagging school to succeeding in life

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Across Aotearoa we have amazing tamariki and rangatahi who come through our programmes and experience inspiring transformation journeys.

Paris from the Bay of Plenty recently caught up with Sun Live to discuss her journey and the positive impact that Project K has had on her life.

Kei runga noa atu koe Paris! Thank you for inspiring us and leading the way for other rangatahi across the country!

Learn more about Paris' story here: bit.ly...

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7 hours ago

Poll: Would you expect your parents to help you into your first home?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Almost a quarter of young people say the older generations should help first-home buyers into the property market, a new survey shows.

Westpac NZ polled 1000 people about their opinion on parents assisting their children into their first homes.

It found widespread acceptance of the idea: More than half the parents said they would loan money interest-free and only 38 per cent would expect it to be paid back.

To read more, click here

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Would you expect your parents to help you into your first home?
  • 6.5% Yes
    6.5% Complete
  • 37.5% No
    37.5% Complete
  • 56.1% I'd be grateful but I don't expect it
    56.1% Complete
635 votes