Saint Andrews, Hamilton

3 hours ago

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16 hours ago

Cat attacks in Hamilton and surrounding areas

Ashley from Maeroa

***WARNING - CAT ATTACKS***

(shared from Facebook)

Sadly the SPCA have shown a disinterest at the moment about the antifreeze one but it is being worked on.

Please be extra vigilant and report all of these offenses to SPCA and police under the Animal Welfare Act 1999 (refer photos for WILFUL … View more
***WARNING - CAT ATTACKS***

(shared from Facebook)

Sadly the SPCA have shown a disinterest at the moment about the antifreeze one but it is being worked on.

Please be extra vigilant and report all of these offenses to SPCA and police under the Animal Welfare Act 1999 (refer photos for WILFUL ILL-TREATMENT OF ANIMALS description and penalties).

Please also post these acts to this group as we will be collating these offenses.
THIS IS ALL ANIMALS, NOT JUST CATS - Please share all as this needs to stop!!!

Antifreeze poisoning: Nawton, Hamilton

Fur attacked and painted: St Andrews/Pukete, Hamilton

Petrol douse, shooting, various attacks: Willow Gove, Morrinsville

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11 hours ago

What's On: Board Member

Norm from Chartwell

Can you please change the start time on our current advertisement from 9.30 to 1pm
Board Member
  • Claudelands Bowling Club
6 days ago

Annual Bookfair!

Community Activator from Red Cross - Waikato Service Centre

Hey Waikato👋 The annual Red Cross Book Fair that was set to take place on the first weekend of September at the Te Rapa Racecourse, will now be taking place on the 5-7 March next year.
In the meantime, we are looking to host a Pop-Up Bookfair in November - more details to be posted here in the … View more
Hey Waikato👋 The annual Red Cross Book Fair that was set to take place on the first weekend of September at the Te Rapa Racecourse, will now be taking place on the 5-7 March next year.
In the meantime, we are looking to host a Pop-Up Bookfair in November - more details to be posted here in the coming weeks.

We are still taking book donations during this time up until the event. If you’re planning on a spring clean once the winter blues are over, you can donate your books that are gathering dust by dropping them off to our Hamilton Service Centre on Te Rapa Road.

We look forward to seeing all your wonderful faces and in the meantime keep an eye on our social channels for more updates. 📚

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14 hours ago

Urgent female cat been hit in glenview at carevets currently

Summa from Frankton

Female cat been hit on ohaupo road glenview around 8 last night
Urgent seeking owners

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16 hours ago

What's On: Waikato/BOP Manx Club

Robyn from Maeroa

Christmas lunch function. Friendly social Club for people from Isle of Man, of Manx birth or descendants. For further information Email: waikato.bopmanxclub@gmail.com Robyn 027 255 8176
Waikato/BOP Manx Club
  • Waikato/Bay of Plenty Manx Club
17 hours ago

Lambs for sale

Mike from Horsham Downs

Two 3 month old 7/8 wiltshire lambs for sale. ! ram entire, 1 ewe.
Growing well and almost weaned.
$100 each

Price: $100

5 days ago

Merepeka Raukawa-Tait :resolve this

Paul from Pukete

In a recent article by Dr Muriel Newman  titled "Political Agenda Endangers Lives it was stated in part" 

The Chair of the Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency, Merepeka Raukawa-Tait, claimed, “This Urgent Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki should be the final death knell to a Ministry that … View more
In a recent article by Dr Muriel Newman  titled "Political Agenda Endangers Lives it was stated in part" 

The Chair of the Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency, Merepeka Raukawa-Tait, claimed, “This Urgent Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki should be the final death knell to a Ministry that must shut down. Its systemic failure is inexplicable given it has continued without consequence spanning generations. Now is the hour for Maori to be enabled to take charge themselves, not a Government department… Maori are more than capable of supporting whanau to make any necessary changes to ensure that tamariki Maori flourish in their home environment.”" That surely is not an option.

The ‘by Maori, for Maori, with Maori’ separatist “solution” that’s being proposed is sinister. It not only fails to address the real cause of the child abuse crisis, but it also fails to even acknowledge it. The real problem, of course, is not the government agency – nor institutional racism or colonisation. The real cause of the Maori child abuse crisis is family members threatening the safety of their children. 

Merepeka if that us your belief i challenge you to resolve this dilemma    

Nearly four months on from the killing of baby Sofia Taueki-Jackson  at her Auckland home, some close whānau are still refusing to help investigators, police say .No arrests have been made in the homicide investigation that established Sofia died from what a neuropathologist professor described as a “catastrophic head injury and that her injuries were deliberately inflicted and caused her death

1 day ago

Have Shadowclad as your exterior cladding? Important Information!

Adina Thorn Lawyers

Join the Shadowclad Class Action

Many property owners from around New Zealand have already signed up to the fully-funded Shadowclad Class Action, filed in the Auckland High Court.

The action seeks damages on behalf of owners as a result of the alleged failure of Shadowclad cladding.

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Join the Shadowclad Class Action

Many property owners from around New Zealand have already signed up to the fully-funded Shadowclad Class Action, filed in the Auckland High Court.

The action seeks damages on behalf of owners as a result of the alleged failure of Shadowclad cladding.

LIMITED TIME, ACT NOW

If you own a property (house or commercial building) with Shadowclad as the exterior cladding, and the Shadowclad was installed within the last 15 years, register your interest now! There is no cost or obligation to register your interest.

Visit www.adinathorn.co.nz to find out more about the class action and litigation funding.
Register now

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1 day ago

Take part in Pots for Tots for Plunket with Resene!

Resene

Help us help Plunket support Kiwi kids and their families! Buy any Resene testpot with a colour name starting with P, O or T and Resene will donate $1 to Plunket.

The 10 most common birthdays all appear in the 13-day period from 22 September to 4 October! What better way to celebrate all these … View more
Help us help Plunket support Kiwi kids and their families! Buy any Resene testpot with a colour name starting with P, O or T and Resene will donate $1 to Plunket.

The 10 most common birthdays all appear in the 13-day period from 22 September to 4 October! What better way to celebrate all these new babies than supporting Plunket to support them.

Every qualifying testpot you buy = a $1 donation to Plunket!

Offer applies until 4 October 2020 at Resene owned ColorShops.
Learn more

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1 day ago

Reverse Equity Mortgage gives you options.

SBS Bank

Make the most of your retirement with less stress, and a whole lot of fun with SBS Unwind, a Reverse Equity Mortgage loan. The idea is simple – homeowners aged over 60 stay in their house but free up some money from the property to live their life.

Use the money however you like, while the … View more
Make the most of your retirement with less stress, and a whole lot of fun with SBS Unwind, a Reverse Equity Mortgage loan. The idea is simple – homeowners aged over 60 stay in their house but free up some money from the property to live their life.

Use the money however you like, while the flexible loan means regular payments aren’t required and you can repay all or some of the loan at any time.

For more details visit our sbsbank.co.nz/, contact your local SBS branch or call 0800 727 2265.

Eligibility Criteria, Terms and Conditions, and fees apply.
Find out more

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7 days ago

Margaret Thatcher’s stirring speech

Paul from Pukete

a lot of this speech resonates with me i have highlighted it with speech marks " "





Margaret Thatcher’s stirring speech to a small business conference in 1965 gave so much hope for the future that it is worth repeating extracts here:
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a lot of this speech resonates with me i have highlighted it with speech marks " "





Margaret Thatcher’s stirring speech to a small business conference in 1965 gave so much hope for the future that it is worth repeating extracts here:



This Government believes in small business. Because small firms are indispensable to the creation of jobs and of wealth. Firms with fewer than 200 employees produce about a fifth of our national income; employ one in four of the total workforce; and provide one job in three in the private sector.



Small firms can be a seed-bed for new ideas and a testing ground for new ways of working.



" They often lead the way in new products and new services. They put the customer first. They have to, to survive in a fast-changing world."



We support small businesses because they embody freedom and independence. They are the roots of a free society. For in the words of one American President: “Energy in a nation is like sap in a tree; it rises from the bottom up; it does not come from the top down.”



We seek a society



"— where people make their own choices and take responsibility for their decisions."



"— where rewards are related directly to one's efforts."

"— where people have a stake in its success."

"— where individual initiative rather than the diktat of Government provides the driving force…"



Running a small business involves great risks. But to run those risks the rewards must be there. That means that taxes must be cut.



If we are to reduce taxation, we must hold down public expenditure.



The pressures for more public spending are remorseless. But the Government will resist them. Even though we may be opposed by powerful interests our duty is to speak up as well for the taxpayer, the ratepayer, the businessman, the wealth-creator. In a free society, government must leave more in the pockets of the people, to spend as they decide.



I came to office with one deliberate intent: "to change Britain from a dependent to a self-reliant society—from a give-it-to-me, to a do-it-yourself nation".



"A get-up-and-go, instead of a sit-back-and-wait-for-it Britain."



This means creating a new culture—an enterprise culture—which accords a new status to the entrepreneur and offers him the rewards to match;



" which breeds a new generation of men and women who create jobs for others instead of waiting for others to create jobs for them."



That is why this Government has given so much attention to the promotion of the small business. It is not simply that tall oaks from little acorns grow. "Small businesses are the very embodiment of a free society—the mechanism by which the individual can turn his leadership and talents to the benefit of both himself and the nation".



The freer the society, the more small businesses there will be. And the more small businesses there are, the freer and more enterprising that society is bound to be.



So my message to you today is quite simple: we will do our best for you, so that you can do your best for Britain.



as always welcome and invite your feedback and thoughts

2 days ago

Ever thought of taking a night school class?

Fraser High School

Fraser High School is the hub of adult learning in Hamilton and the Waikato district. We offer over 70 evening and weekend classes. Our courses are very reasonably priced as we are supported by the Ministry of Education to offer interesting and useful short programs.

Pick from our courses on … View more
Fraser High School is the hub of adult learning in Hamilton and the Waikato district. We offer over 70 evening and weekend classes. Our courses are very reasonably priced as we are supported by the Ministry of Education to offer interesting and useful short programs.

Pick from our courses on business management, computing, food and cooking, gardening, language, music and dance, photography, and art.

Enrol now for term four, starts 19th October 2020. You can LOOK, BOOK and PAY online at www.fraserace.ac.nz or just call us on 07 846 8624. It's easy!

Just a few clicks and you will be on a new learning adventure.
Enrol now

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2 days ago

One Stop shop for all your residential and commercial property needs

Satinder "ajit" from Rototuna North

HI There,
My Name is Ajit Singh and i am independent franchisee of ONCORE here in Hamilton, which is part of Refresh Renovations group in NZ.
We are nationwide company that Specialize in repair, maintenance and installation in residential and commercial properties. Please find link below for our… View more
HI There,
My Name is Ajit Singh and i am independent franchisee of ONCORE here in Hamilton, which is part of Refresh Renovations group in NZ.
We are nationwide company that Specialize in repair, maintenance and installation in residential and commercial properties. Please find link below for our services.
Me and My team will ensure you receive WORLD CLASS customer service and Value for your money. We are ONE STOP SHOP for all your residential and commercial property needs.
One call does it all.....
Below are some of the many services we provide.
1) We specialize in Repair, maintenance and Installation of residential & commercial property.
2)Electrical work
3) Plumbing work
4) healthy Home Inspections
5)roofing
6) decking and fencing
7) Heat Pump Installation
8)Painting
9) Security systems installation ( Cameras & Alarms)
10) Kitchen Installations
11) Bathroom Installations.
etc...
when you work with us, you only deal with 1 person and that is me as a Business owner, We keep you well informed and up to date on your projects. We organize everything for you and help turn your dream home into reality.
we provide you with on time and on cost project completion.

no job is too BIG or too Small for us... Give us an opportunity to work with you and we will ensure you receive WORLD CLASS EXPERIENCE....
please do not hesitate to contact me on 0275801414/ 0800 002 673
regards
Ajit

Negotiable

2 days ago

Ham. Roller Skating Club Fun night

Russelle from Nawton

Join the fun this Sat night at the Hamilton Roller Skating Club Mellville Park

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