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36 minutes ago

Looking for work.

Livy from Glenview

Good morning everyone.

I'm in need of some help. I have tried every avenue in trying to find a job but nothing has worked out for about a year now. I'm a 25 year old mum, both of my kids are in school and I'm really wanting a job. I have been applying everywhere, and I either don't get a call or I get rejected because I don't have enough experience. I have experience in customer service, child care and I thoroughly enjoy cleaning! I have my own transportation and can work Monday to Friday. I'm desperate to get out of the house and start living for myself again, and provide more for my kids. Please if you know of a job or know someone that could possibly hire me, I would appreciate so much. Thank you 😁

5 days ago

Leah, cat still missing 😭

Stevie & Ezrah from Fairview Downs

Lost from our home in Fairview downs. Day 5 :( Almost 2 years old our family cat Leah has gone missing for a week now. Super unusual she not show up for dinner time. We moved to the above address over a month ago and have let neighbours and old neighbours know that’s she’s missing. We back on to the Ruakura research centre farm land so we’re thinking she may have just wondered too far. We miss her dearly and all very sad. Please help us!

18 hours ago

Election 2020: Hauraki-Waikato candidates for local MP

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours,

In the lead up to the 2020 election, Stuff is keeping voters up to date with what’s happening in their electorate, through Neighbourly. Here’s what you need to know about the candidates in the running to be Hauraki-Waikato's MP.

At the October 17 election, New Zealanders will have the opportunity to choose their regional spokesperson.

Through the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system, those enrolled can vote for the party they want as well as a local representative.

Why does my MP matter?

The person elected will be the voice for your region in Parliament. If you’re having trouble getting entitlements or dealing with Government departments, they can help. If your community needs funding for certain projects or activities, or there isn’t enough healthcare in the area, the elected MP can step in and help.  

To read more, click here.