Silverdale, Hamilton

3 hours ago

Poll: Should gas heaters be banned?

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

A leaky gas heater sent six people from Melville to hospital - one in serious condition.

Firefighters were called to the smell of gas and found a leaky heater at the scene.

The poisoning has prompted calls to ban heaters like the one involved - something which has already happened in Canada and … View more
A leaky gas heater sent six people from Melville to hospital - one in serious condition.

Firefighters were called to the smell of gas and found a leaky heater at the scene.

The poisoning has prompted calls to ban heaters like the one involved - something which has already happened in Canada and most of Europe.
(Note: the image of the heater is a file photo, to show the kind of heaters referred to.)
Do you think gas heaters should be banned?

Should gas heaters be banned?
  • 50% Yes, they're too dangerous.
    50% Complete
  • 50% No, people need to learn where and how to use them.
    50% Complete
  • 0% Other - explain in the comments.
    0% Complete
20 votes
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11 hours ago

What's On: Board Games By The Bay

Jason from Flagstaff

Come and join us for a day or two of modern board gaming! Heaps of games available to play, people to teach them and prizes to be won! bgbtb.nz
Board Games By The Bay
  • Hamilton Bridge Club
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3 hours ago

Brooch costume jewellery

Liz from Fitzroy

A few brooches, no gold markings or anything fancy, just costume jewellery
$3 each or 2 for $5 or $12 the lot.

Negotiable

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4 hours ago

Painter/Paperhanger

Marylou from Melville

We are in need of a painter and paperhanger to finish our bathroom renovations. Can anyone recommend someone who does good work?

Either message me or phone 843 4421. Thank you.

6 hours ago

What's On: Art, Food & Family Fun

Cass from Te Awamutu

Join us in the beautiful Norris Ward Park this Saturday. Meet local artists, eat tasty food or make your own acrylic paint pour and lots of free entertainment too!
Art, Food & Family Fun
  • Arts in the Park
4 days ago

Hamilton CE $2k behind PM

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Hi all,

Hamilton City Council chief executive Richard Briggs has had another pay rise, this time it's $15,840.

The raise puts Briggs only slightly behind Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who takes home $471,000.

What do you think of the pay rate in light of this?

Read more here.

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3 days ago

What's On: Hamilton Scottish Country Dancing 7-9pm

Andrea from Taupiri

Every Wednesday night. Great for fitness, fun and friendship. Age no barrier 7-75. No partner needed Friendly tuition given. For further information phone Andrea 0272836782 or Rosemary 839 3849
Hamilton Scottish Country Dancing 7-9pm
  • Y.W.C.A
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9 hours ago

Childs spoon and fork set

Liz from Fitzroy

Childs spoon and fork set, silver marked with initial engraved.

Price: $5

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9 hours ago

Cake Knife

Liz from Fitzroy

Bone handle cake knife

Price: $5

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10 hours ago

Dessert Spoons

Liz from Fitzroy

Set of six dessert spoons silver marked 20 year EP

Price: $6

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10 hours ago

Silver Teaspoons

Liz from Fitzroy

Silver plate tea spoons, one large two smaller. MH initials on handles

Price: $5

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10 hours ago

Cufflinks

Liz from Fitzroy

Gold marked cufflinks, one odd silver one and a gold locket

Price: $10

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10 hours ago

Stock pins and Tie clips

Liz from Fitzroy

Two tie clips. Two stock pins, used to hold your special tie (stock) in place as in UK hunting gentlemen.
Gold stock pin is rolled gold and the silver one has silver written on the inside.

Price: $20

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10 hours ago

Silver Teaspoon

Liz from Fitzroy

Lovely silver teaspoon. Has 20 year PNS written on the back.

Price: $5

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10 hours ago

Soup Ladle

Liz from Fitzroy

Silver marked soup ladle, top condition.

Price: $5

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