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5 hours ago

12 FREE packing boxes

Denise (nicci) from Nawton

12 Free packing boxes (ex con Banana boxes with lids ) Pick up across from Fraser High School pls ) PM me on fcbook.

2 days ago

Blind faith or Wilful blindness

Paul from Pukete

As Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was putting Auckland into a snap lockdown on Saturday night, Destiny Church leaders Brian and Hannah Tamaki were packing their bags.The couple left the city for Rotorua, arriving around midnight, where they told a crowd gathered for the Sunday morning service they … View moreAs Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was putting Auckland into a snap lockdown on Saturday night, Destiny Church leaders Brian and Hannah Tamaki were packing their bags.The couple left the city for Rotorua, arriving around midnight, where they told a crowd gathered for the Sunday morning service they had escaped Auckland to avoid the level 3 lockdown.so headed to Rotorua they weren't prepared to be confined by the lockdown Tamaki went on to encourage members to do more than just tithe to the church.

“The thing about Brian and I the whole time is that we've always believed you never come to the house of the Lord empty-handed, even though you may do an AP [automatic payment].“One dollar coin, two dollar coin, bring something into the house of the Lord. Bring what you can, over and above, because really it's the offering where God commands the blessing.“The tithe is being obedient, so you bring 10 per cent. That belongs to God. And then you get to thrive on the 90 per cent.“And then if you go over and above and give a little bit more for an offering, that's where God commands the blessing. So it's up to you – you make the decision, you make the choice.”

Brian Tamaki, who describes himself as an apostle, explained his reasons for getting out of Auckland. “We're on lockdown three in Auckland, that means there's to be no business for seven days.
Freudian slip of the tongue there Brian your faith is a "business " great now that's out in the open and if you had the virus would you sneak away to get the vaccine or send a quick prayer to god but the vaccines free god may ask you for an offering Jacinda would gain much kudos if she made a example out you Hannah advises you are going to Invercargill your passing her house pop in for a blessing

6 hours ago

Keep it up Aotearoa! 💕

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

It's been heartwarming to hear stories from across the North Island of people taking others into their home and sharing a cup of tea together or fixing them a meal.

For the latest official updates:

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2 days ago

Buying by tender: Did you write a letter?

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

Hi folks,
My colleague Jo is writing a story about buying by tender, specifically, the new trend of writing letters to the vendor to explain why they should pick your offer over all the rest.
As the market gets harder and harder to break into, we've been hearing more and more about people … View more
Hi folks,
My colleague Jo is writing a story about buying by tender, specifically, the new trend of writing letters to the vendor to explain why they should pick your offer over all the rest.
As the market gets harder and harder to break into, we've been hearing more and more about people trying to make a personal connection with vendors to give their tender offers the edge. We've heard folks will include personal details about their family, why the love the house and what their plans for the property are.
Jo would love to talk to anyone who's written a letter like this to accompany a tender - perhaps it's you, perhaps a relative or friend - or from vendors who've received letters like this, accompanying a tender.
Perhaps you asked for such letters?
We'd love to hear more about that experience for you and how it shaped the way the sale went.
You can reach out to jo here (she'll be joining the Neighbourly neighbourhood soon!) or via our email: homed@stuff.co.nz.
Looking forward to hearing your stories.

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8 hours ago

Easter in the park 2021

Syrina Pene from Te Rongopai Community Trust (GOOD NEWS COMMUNITY CENTRE)

Its not long now till our Easter in the park 2021.
Join us for an afternoon of FREE fun and sausage sizzle for all ages
We look forward to seeing you there. NAU MAI HAERE MAI

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9 hours ago

Thank You

Syrina Pene from Te Rongopai Community Trust (GOOD NEWS COMMUNITY CENTRE)

A HUGE THANK YOU to all those that have supported the sale of our Hangi Tickets to tautoko our awesome Youth Street programme.
It has been a huge success and we are pleased to let you all know that our tickets have all SOLD OUT. Your support is very much appreciated and will go a long way in … View more
A HUGE THANK YOU to all those that have supported the sale of our Hangi Tickets to tautoko our awesome Youth Street programme.
It has been a huge success and we are pleased to let you all know that our tickets have all SOLD OUT. Your support is very much appreciated and will go a long way in supporting our local youth with their activities.
Hangi is to be collected from the Centre between 4.30-5.30pm tomorrow Saturday 6th on the corner of Dominion Road and Breckons Ave Nawton.
We look forward to seeing you all then & trust that you will enjoy your hangi dinner.

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11 hours ago

*** THIS IS THE THIRD EARTHQUAKE THIS MORNING ***

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

A Tsunami Warning has been issued following the M8.0 earthquake north-east of New Zealand near KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION.
People near coast from BAY OF ISLANDS to WHANGAREI including GREAT BARRIER ISLAND and from MATATA to TOLAGA BAY must MOVE IMMEDIATELY to nearest high ground, out of all tsunami … View more
A Tsunami Warning has been issued following the M8.0 earthquake north-east of New Zealand near KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION.
People near coast from BAY OF ISLANDS to WHANGAREI including GREAT BARRIER ISLAND and from MATATA to TOLAGA BAY must MOVE IMMEDIATELY to nearest high ground, out of all tsunami evacuation zones, or as far inland as possible. Evacuate these areas even if you did not feel the earthquake. DO NOT WAIT. A damaging tsunami is possible.

People in all other areas who felt a LONG or STRONG earthquake should MOVE IMMEDIATELY to the nearest high ground, out of tsunami evacuation zones, or as far inland as possible.

This evacuation advice overrides the current COVID-19 Alert Level requirements. Do not stay at home. MOVE IMMEDIATELY. Stay 2 metres away from others if you can and if it is safe to do so.

People evacuating should walk, run or cycle if possible to reduce chance of getting stuck in traffic. Do not return until all-clear is given by Civil Defence.

Go to www.civildefence.govt.nz... for the most up to date information.

PLEASE SHARE THIS INFO with friends, family, neighbours!

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11 hours ago

Distressed garden shelves

The Team from Resene ColorShop Hamilton Central

Create more space in your garden with these handy garden shelves. Try out an easy to create distressed paint effect using two Resene colours.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene. Find out how to create your own

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20 hours ago

Got a gem next door?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Think of a neighbour that's done wonders in your neighbourhood, who's helped you out without you even asking them or who's dropped some homegrown goodies to you just because they can.

You thought of one yet? Now craft that thought into a nomination that could earn your neighbour … View more
Think of a neighbour that's done wonders in your neighbourhood, who's helped you out without you even asking them or who's dropped some homegrown goodies to you just because they can.

You thought of one yet? Now craft that thought into a nomination that could earn your neighbour recognition in all of Stuff's community papers nationwide - you could even score a bit of cash from us!

It's simple - Click the button below and nominate them on our Nice Neighbour nomination page now
Nominate Now!

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24 days ago

Red Cross Annual Book Fair 2021 5th,6th and 7th March

Community Activator from Red Cross - Waikato Service Centre

Join us at Waikato’s biggest Red Cross Book Fair at Te Rapa Race Course (Off Garnett Ave) on the 5th, 6th and 7th March.

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1 day ago

Special 50% off Consultation Fee for any new Clients

Craig from Companion Vets

Companion Vets is offering 50% off first consultation to any new client coming in for an appointment in March when they mention this post. Come in and be impressed by our wonderful new facilities while getting a discount vet consultation. Reference code 50%CONSULT DISCOUNT

1 day ago

🏡JUST LISTED🏡 - 661 & 700 Franklin St Pirongia

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson from Cary Ralph - Ray White Hamilton City

🏡JUST LISTED🏡
With property prices skyrocketing are you wanting that bit more for your investment? Instead of Hamilton or Cambridge why not consider this spacious 1910's villa, located in the picturesque Waikato Village of Pirongia. Positioned on a large corner site this property … View more
🏡JUST LISTED🏡
With property prices skyrocketing are you wanting that bit more for your investment? Instead of Hamilton or Cambridge why not consider this spacious 1910's villa, located in the picturesque Waikato Village of Pirongia. Positioned on a large corner site this property consists of 2 titles with a combined Rateable Value of $1,195,000. (Deadline Sale 30/03/2021 3pm)
Combined 5059m2 Section
7 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Family
2 Separate Lounges
Double Garage/Sleepout
Cary Ralph Mob: 021 139-4000
www.caryralph.co.nz...

11 days ago

Cheap dog microchipping and rego

Summa from Frankton

Cheap Dog rego and microchipping if your dog hasn’t been registered before! Hamilton dogs only.
If your dog is already microchipped, registration will only be $23.75. Proof of address is required. Cash payments only
Contact 07 838 6632 for more info.

1 day ago

9 Home Cleaning Hacks Tested

Robert Anderson from Curtain Clean Hamilton

The internet is awash with natural cleaning hacks. We put them to the test.


1. REMOVING A WATERMARK BY RUBBING WITH A WALNUT

The advice: Get rid of watermarks on wood by rubbing it with pieces of walnut (the nut not the shell).

How it worked: Vigorous rubbing was needed and we went … View more
The internet is awash with natural cleaning hacks. We put them to the test.


1. REMOVING A WATERMARK BY RUBBING WITH A WALNUT

The advice: Get rid of watermarks on wood by rubbing it with pieces of walnut (the nut not the shell).

How it worked: Vigorous rubbing was needed and we went through a few walnuts, but gradually the watermark disappeared. A quick polish with a clean cloth to finish it off.

Worth repeating? Yes, we were surprised at how well it worked, we even tried it on larger surfaces and it did the trick there too. | Rating: 5/5


2. USE OIL TO GET RID OF GREASE STAINS ON STAINLESS STEEL


The advice: Use a smear of olive oil (or similar) on a rag to clean fingerprints and grease smears off stainless steel appliances.


How it worked: Like a dream! It was easier and neater than using the spray-on stainless steel cleaner I have been buying from the supermarket. Trick is not to use too much, you just need the slightest smear...

Keep reading (with pictures: www.curtainclean.co.nz...)

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