Newstead, Hamilton

82 days ago

Want a power free sewage treatment system?

NaturalFlow

Nature is one huge recycling mechanism, and the ‘NaturalFlow System’ works with 'Nature' by harnessing these forces that have been quietly working together for thousands of years to break down and decompose waste all around us.

We've positioned them in an enclosed eco-systemView more
Nature is one huge recycling mechanism, and the ‘NaturalFlow System’ works with 'Nature' by harnessing these forces that have been quietly working together for thousands of years to break down and decompose waste all around us.

We've positioned them in an enclosed eco-system that simulates the forest floor, to treat and break down your wastewater until it is perfectly safe to be re-introduced into the environment, via the soil. 'Nature' does all this for you, for FREE!

NaturalFlow has professional installers that cover every region of New Zealand, contact us to find the closest one to you.
Find out more!

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82 days ago

Poll: Would you try a plant-based diet?

Neighbourly.co.nz

A Colmar Brunton survey showed one in three New Zealanders (34 per cent) were reducing their meat consumption or eating no meat at all. Baby boomers were leading the meat-reduction charge, while most vegans and vegetarians were millennials, they found. What about you? Would you try a plant-based … View moreA Colmar Brunton survey showed one in three New Zealanders (34 per cent) were reducing their meat consumption or eating no meat at all. Baby boomers were leading the meat-reduction charge, while most vegans and vegetarians were millennials, they found. What about you? Would you try a plant-based diet? Vote in the poll below.

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Would you try a plant-based diet?
  • 20.6% Absolutely - I’m open to trying it
    20.6% Complete
  • 29.5% No way - I love eating meat
    29.5% Complete
  • 11.5% I am already following a plant-based diet
    11.5% Complete
  • 38.3% I regularly eat plant-based but still enjoy meat
    38.3% Complete
1854 votes
83 days ago

Buy one, give one for Kiwi families in need

Raptor Rubs

Hi Neighbourly members, we all love a bargain, but buying a gift that really gives back seems like a much better way to kick off the holiday season, don’t you think?

We’re not sure who decided that Black Friday was suddenly a ‘thing’ down in our part of the world, so, as us Kiwis tend to… View more
Hi Neighbourly members, we all love a bargain, but buying a gift that really gives back seems like a much better way to kick off the holiday season, don’t you think?

We’re not sure who decided that Black Friday was suddenly a ‘thing’ down in our part of the world, so, as us Kiwis tend to do, we thought we’d put our own spin on it instead. One that is much more focused on community over consumerism, and equally about giving as it is about getting.

Curious?

Kicking off today and running through 'til Monday 2 December, we are doing our annual buy-one-give-one campaign.

That means for every Christmas Gift Box or Christmas Cracker set purchased, we’ll also give one to City Missions and food banks across the country to support families in need. Our aim is to give back to an organisation within the community that each of our customers live in.

The best part? There’s no car park congestion, over-crowded shopping malls or #walmartfights involved. You can shop online from the comfort of your own home, with the knowledge that you’re also doing good for fellow Kiwis in their own community.

You could say that our version of Black Friday is in fact a whole lot more colourful, adding brightness to what might otherwise be a fairly bleak Christmas for many families in New Zealand.

Together, we can make Christmas a bright and tasty time for families in need - and that sounds like a pretty good deal, don’t you think?!

Whether you’re buying for an avid foodie, a wannabe masterchef, a time-poor parent, or a student who needs help to step their signature spag bol up a notch, our Christmas Gift sets are guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser, are all gluten-free, with no MSG, and all-natural!

You’ll find more information about Raptor Naturals, our Christmas Gift Boxes and our Christmas Crackers on our website - www.raptornaturals.co.nz

Thanks for your support
Rachael and the Raptor Naturals team
Order now

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83 days ago

Hamilton Girls High Snr Uniform - size 12-14 excellent condition

Leanne from Fairfield

Hamilton Girls High uniform in very good condition, includes:
x1 size 14 Senior Blazer in excellent condition $60
x1 size 12 Senior Blazer in ok condition, some of piping on front frayed $20
x2 size 14 senior short sleeve pinstriped shirts v good condition - $15 each
x1 size 12 maroon school … View more
Hamilton Girls High uniform in very good condition, includes:
x1 size 14 Senior Blazer in excellent condition $60
x1 size 12 Senior Blazer in ok condition, some of piping on front frayed $20
x2 size 14 senior short sleeve pinstriped shirts v good condition - $15 each
x1 size 12 maroon school jersey, excellent condition $50
x1 size 12 Skirt - good condition $20
Ties x1 senior and x1 junior $10 each
x1 waterpolo togs - brand new condition, worn approx 3 times only $40

Negotiable

83 days ago

Prime Section. Panoramic Views

Peter Hulsdouw from Lugton's Real Estate - Cambridge

$449,000
Prime Section. Panoramic Views

Check out this fantastic 5508sqm section in a private lifestyle subdivision. Quiet sunny location with beautiful views. Flat building platform. Just minutes from Whatawhata village and only 10 minutes to Hamilton. If you're thinking of building, you … View more
$449,000
Prime Section. Panoramic Views

Check out this fantastic 5508sqm section in a private lifestyle subdivision. Quiet sunny location with beautiful views. Flat building platform. Just minutes from Whatawhata village and only 10 minutes to Hamilton. If you're thinking of building, you must view this excellent value section. Engineers report available.

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84 days ago

Grape Muscari bulbs - 20

Loges from Tamahere

Easy care plants that keep performing year after year. They bear flower stems (about 10-20 cm) with a cluster of tiny blue grape like flowers at the ends.
Lovely in a woodland themed or cottage garden and especially when planted as a drift.

They do well in sunny or part shady areas and will … View more
Easy care plants that keep performing year after year. They bear flower stems (about 10-20 cm) with a cluster of tiny blue grape like flowers at the ends.
Lovely in a woodland themed or cottage garden and especially when planted as a drift.

They do well in sunny or part shady areas and will slowly multiply.

Pick up on Newell Road, Tamahere, Hamilton. Please contact Loges on 027-6566223.

Price: $8

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84 days ago

Meals on Wheels Drivers Needed

Community Activator from Red Cross - Waikato Service Centre

This service supports, elderly, ill and disabled people living at home who would otherwise struggle to provide healthy meals for themselves.
Volunteering is a fun and rewarding experience. Being a Meals on Wheels driver takes about two hours one day a week, fortnight or month, or even casually … View more
This service supports, elderly, ill and disabled people living at home who would otherwise struggle to provide healthy meals for themselves.
Volunteering is a fun and rewarding experience. Being a Meals on Wheels driver takes about two hours one day a week, fortnight or month, or even casually depending on your availability.
For further information please contact us on 07 849 0285 or email: waikato@redcross.org.nz

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84 days ago

3 bedroom House for sale in Katikati

Alison from Riverlea

This is an amazing place to live as some of my family know. They are looking to move and I wonder if anyone has family or friends that might be interested or know of someone else that has been looking to buy in the Bay of Plenty.
www.realestate.co.nz...

Negotiable

84 days ago

✈️ Would you take one easy step to help transform ora taitamariki forever?

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Drop for Youth is a unique fundraising event organised by the Graeme Dingle Foundation.

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85 days ago

Hamilton Zoo closed on November 26

Elesha Gordon Reporter from Hamilton Press

Hamilton Zoo will be closed for the day on Tuesday 26 November.

The zoo is hosting a professional development event for our zoo keeping team and fellow zoo professionals from around New Zealand.

Hamilton Zoo will re-open on Wednesday 27 November, however, some training sessions will still be … View more
Hamilton Zoo will be closed for the day on Tuesday 26 November.

The zoo is hosting a professional development event for our zoo keeping team and fellow zoo professionals from around New Zealand.

Hamilton Zoo will re-open on Wednesday 27 November, however, some training sessions will still be taking place, so animal encounters and keeper talks will be unavailable on that day.

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85 days ago

Thanks for all the entries!

2Degrees

Hi neighbours - thanks for all the ShopLocal entries! Entries have now closed but keep an eye on your local community newspaper to find out which business in your community has won a $20,000 advertising package!

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86 days ago

Raffle

Sarah from Hamilton East

Hey everyone,
Every year I try and raise money in November and December to send to a charity. This year I have chosen Kids Can.

Would anyone on here be interested in a fundraising raffle?

All proceeds will go to kids can. I have already been selling all my extra household items on $1 reserve … View more
Hey everyone,
Every year I try and raise money in November and December to send to a charity. This year I have chosen Kids Can.

Would anyone on here be interested in a fundraising raffle?

All proceeds will go to kids can. I have already been selling all my extra household items on $1 reserve pages to help raise funds, and have raised over $150 for the cause. Each dollar I raise, I am matching to donate to kids can. They do wonderful work, and I am so proud to be able to assist

91 days ago

More access for pumping mums?

Reporter Hamilton Press

Waikato mum of two, Sheena Thompson, is calling out shopping centres for not having accessible power sockets or private rooms for pumping mums in parenting facilities.

It's not uncommon for mums to pump breast milk in hot cars, cleaning cupboards, shower stalls or in disabled toilets due to a… View more
Waikato mum of two, Sheena Thompson, is calling out shopping centres for not having accessible power sockets or private rooms for pumping mums in parenting facilities.

It's not uncommon for mums to pump breast milk in hot cars, cleaning cupboards, shower stalls or in disabled toilets due to a lack of lactation rooms. Are you a mum who's struggled with this?

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87 days ago

Dog walking and home pet visits

Brenda from Chartwell

For when you can't be there, I can! Day visits great for when you're on holiday or your work day is too long. Ph Brenda 0274392464

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