Rototuna North, Hamilton

51 days ago

Cook, Eat, Repeat!

Matihiko/Tech Support Librarian from St Andrews Library Waiwherowhero

Has your lockdown been an almost endless cycle of cook, eat, repeat?

We are looking for Hamilton's favourite lockdown recipes. What did you make in the kitchen during lockdown? Can someone make it better?

Send us the recipe, a photo of your baking and the story behind your creation.

Our … View more
Has your lockdown been an almost endless cycle of cook, eat, repeat?

We are looking for Hamilton's favourite lockdown recipes. What did you make in the kitchen during lockdown? Can someone make it better?

Send us the recipe, a photo of your baking and the story behind your creation.

Our favourite recipes will be collected and published in eBook format to share with our community!

Full details here ow.ly...

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48 days ago

Saw doctor apprenticeship available in Pokeno

Competenz

Hey Waikato!
We have an awesome apprenticeship opportunity available for you!
ASL Industries are looking for a new staff member to join their talented team in Pokeno as a saw doctor apprentice.
The qualified management team are keen to share their knowledge with you!
For more information on … View more
Hey Waikato!
We have an awesome apprenticeship opportunity available for you!
ASL Industries are looking for a new staff member to join their talented team in Pokeno as a saw doctor apprentice.
The qualified management team are keen to share their knowledge with you!
For more information on this opportunity click here.

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49 days ago

Bear and Moo Take On Retail eCommerce

Digital Boost

Hi Neighbour,

How is lockdown treating you all?

Yes, a lot is on hold right now - but there are still plenty of ways you can keep moving forward and focus on your business potential.

Having an online presence is essential within the confines of lockdown and is an astute investment for the … View more
Hi Neighbour,

How is lockdown treating you all?

Yes, a lot is on hold right now - but there are still plenty of ways you can keep moving forward and focus on your business potential.

Having an online presence is essential within the confines of lockdown and is an astute investment for the future. Getting eCommerce up and running really isn’t that hard, we promise! Here at Digital Boost we can help you get started.

Waikato business Bear and Moo went from a single person working out of a spare bedroom to growing tenfold within a year. Founder Hannah Porter attributes the success to schooling up on simple digital tools. Shopify, email marketing and social media were all pivotal in helping the business grow so quickly. Get inspired by Bear and Moo's story below.

Get in touch with us here at Digital Boost, we’d love to help.

The Team at Digital Boost

51 days ago
51 days ago

Cook, Eat, Repeat!

Matihiko/Tech Support Librarian from Chartwell Library Kukutaaruhe

Has your lockdown been an almost endless cycle of cook, eat, repeat?

We are looking for Hamilton's favourite lockdown recipes. What did you make in the kitchen during lockdown? Can someone make it better?

Send us the recipe, a photo of your baking and the story behind your creation.

Our … View more
Has your lockdown been an almost endless cycle of cook, eat, repeat?

We are looking for Hamilton's favourite lockdown recipes. What did you make in the kitchen during lockdown? Can someone make it better?

Send us the recipe, a photo of your baking and the story behind your creation.

Our favourite recipes will be collected and published in eBook format to share with our community!

Full details here ow.ly...

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51 days ago

Parts of country to go to Alert Level 3

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

All regions outside of the Auckland and Northland region will move to Alert Level 3 11.59pm Tuesday August 31.

In a press conference Friday afternoon, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirmed that Auckland and Northland will likely need to complete a further full two weeks at level 4 in order to … View more
All regions outside of the Auckland and Northland region will move to Alert Level 3 11.59pm Tuesday August 31.

In a press conference Friday afternoon, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirmed that Auckland and Northland will likely need to complete a further full two weeks at level 4 in order to keep the Delta variant from spreading further in the regions.

Here's what you need to know
- There will be regional boundaries, there will be no travel allowed between regions unless required for essential services.
- Boundaries maintained in the last February lockdown will be reinstated.
- Around 500 locations of interest have been identified.
- The exposure site in Warkworth is a large workplace. Ardern hoped the people of Northland will understand why they're moving with caution. Northland won't always be grouped in with Auckland.

To stay up to date with the latest, follow the Stuff blog.

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52 days ago

What happens when Daffodil Day gets called off?

The Team Reporter from Hamilton Press

Thousands of daffodils grown in Gordonton now can't be sold to raise money for the Cancer Society.

Daffodil Day usually raises about $750,000 for the Waikato/BOP region so lockdown stopping it from happening has a big impact - but you can still donate.

Read more about why the day is … View more
Thousands of daffodils grown in Gordonton now can't be sold to raise money for the Cancer Society.

Daffodil Day usually raises about $750,000 for the Waikato/BOP region so lockdown stopping it from happening has a big impact - but you can still donate.

Read more about why the day is important, and what the the folks at Clandon Daffodils think, here.

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51 days ago

Hamilton City council - Have your say

Adip from Huntington

city council is inviting submission while they are reviewing city representation. please provide your view via visiting - www.yourcityelections.co.nz...

51 days ago

Playing up plywood

The Team from Resene ColorShop Te Rapa

With a few Resene testpots, simple shapes can become fun kid-friendly accessories.

Find out how to create your own.

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51 days ago

Hello

TeHuia

This is a survey for people who live in the Waikato – and who travel to Auckland at least once per year. It’s about Te Huia, the train service between Hamilton and Auckland which has been running since April 2021.

We are seeking your feedback about options to improve Te Huia in the near … View more
This is a survey for people who live in the Waikato – and who travel to Auckland at least once per year. It’s about Te Huia, the train service between Hamilton and Auckland which has been running since April 2021.

We are seeking your feedback about options to improve Te Huia in the near future, including additional stops in Auckland and also additional services. We need feedback from both people who have and ALSO those who have not used Te Huia.

By completing the survey you are not only providing important feedback but you will also be entered into the draw for one of two $100 Visa Prezzy vouchers – the winners will be notified on September 6th.

The survey is being run by Mobius Research, an independent company, on behalf of the Waikato Regional Council. All responses to the survey will be anonymous.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. When answering the survey, please respond based on your normal travel behaviour between the Waikato and Auckland outside the context of COVID-19 travel restrictions under alert levels 3 and 4.

Please click on the link below to start the survey.

https://survey.mobiusresearch.co.nz/Community/se.ashx?s=705E3F1011A527D4

Do not hesitate to contact Stuart at Mobius if you have any questions or technical issues. stuart@mobiusresearch.co.nz

On behalf of the Te Huia team and the Waikato Regional Council, thank you in advance for your feedback - it is much appreciated.

Kind regards
Stuart Jeffcoat - Director
Mobius Research and Strategy Ltd.
Start survey

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52 days ago

Gardening live chat on now!

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Hello neighbours,

It’s coming up to spring, and with everyone stuck at home in Covid lockdown, what better time to get the garden in order? NZ Gardener editor Jo McCarroll and Jack Hobbs, manager of the Auckland Botanic Gardens, are live on Stuff now to answer all your gardening questions.

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52 days ago

Grow Your Business Online With Best-In-Class Website💯🎯🚀

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52 days ago

Guitar Care and Maintenance Hour - Central Library

Matihiko/Tech Support Librarian from St Andrews Library Waiwherowhero

Caring for your guitar is key to its longevity in both appearance and sound. Whether you’ve just bought a brand new guitar or would like to start taking better care of your existing one, drop into Guitar Care and Maintenance Hour held every Saturday between 12pm-1pm at Central Library.

Find out… View more
Caring for your guitar is key to its longevity in both appearance and sound. Whether you’ve just bought a brand new guitar or would like to start taking better care of your existing one, drop into Guitar Care and Maintenance Hour held every Saturday between 12pm-1pm at Central Library.

Find out more on link about how we can help you keep your guitar at its best

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61 days ago
52 days ago

Cancer doesn't stop, we won't either.

Cancer Society

COVID-19 has taken away our Daffodil Day Street Appeal.

The demand on our cancer services goes up during lockdown. And that's why we need you now more than ever. $24 helps to provide transport to and from cancer treatment.

Donate now to support the Cancer Society's vital services … View more
COVID-19 has taken away our Daffodil Day Street Appeal.

The demand on our cancer services goes up during lockdown. And that's why we need you now more than ever. $24 helps to provide transport to and from cancer treatment.

Donate now to support the Cancer Society's vital services to support New Zealanders going through cancer.
Learn more

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