Everything at rock bottom prices.
Come over to browse, bargain (negotiate) and buy.
Everything is ono.
Everything $1-10 all half price.
Everything 20c and 50c is now buy 2 for price of 1.
Scrapbooking 12x12 sheets buy 10 for 20c.
Open Sunday 26th 9-4
Open Monday 27th 4-8.
Still the beds the queen will be $5, the single now at $20ono.
The 2 small drawers will be half price so both $2.50 each.
dressing table set now at $20ono.
The large drawers now at $20ono.
still a lof of women's clothing.
Still a lot of jewelry and makeup.
Still Playboy mink blankets (1 is $10 so will be $5, the other now at $25ono.
Eiffel Tower curtains now $40ono, (our lone dearest item).
Still a few Knicks knacks left and much more besides.
Everything must go.
The guy who lent us the sun shade turned up few minutes ago to put it back up over boxes of clothes.
Hope to see you all soon, look forward to meeting all my neighborly neighbors.
I'm here all by myself today so no daughter and friend to help so come over and keep me company as you browse.
We’ve just released our draft 10-year strategy, and we’d like you to tell us if we’ve got it right.
The new draft strategy is geared at pushing us towards our vision for the mighty Waikato of “empowering our people, caring for our place”.
We’re interested in your thoughts on this new vision and whether you think our six strategic priorities – water, climate, biodiversity, coastal and marine, sustainable infrastructure, transport connections – are the right issues to focus our effort on over the next decade.
Please share your thoughts with us. The survey is open until 1 March.
It's been a mixed summer so far for New Zealand. Much of the country has seen record breaking temperatures, drought-conditions and scrub fires. But in recent days the West Coast and Southland have experienced heavy rains, flooding, evacuations and closed roads. Our thoughts are with affected.
Our skies have been coloured by smoke blown over from the Australian bushfires, meanwhile Wellingtonians are just stoked if they get to see the sun.
How has your summer been?