Temple View, Hamilton

11 days ago

Fun geocaching activity for family and friends

The Team from Ministry of Education

Looking for an outdoor activity to do with your family and friends? The Tuia Mātauranga GeoTour is a digital treasure hunt in local areas around Aotearoa NZ.

It’s on now, and if you’re keen on collectibles, there are badges and a limited edition GeoTour coin up for grabs. #TuiaMātauranga … View more
Looking for an outdoor activity to do with your family and friends? The Tuia Mātauranga GeoTour is a digital treasure hunt in local areas around Aotearoa NZ.

It’s on now, and if you’re keen on collectibles, there are badges and a limited edition GeoTour coin up for grabs. #TuiaMātauranga #Tuia250

11 days ago

What's On: Hindi classes

Todd from Hillcrest

Continuing Term 4 Hindi classes begin this week. New groups also forming for Term 1 2020. Info at www.earthdiverse.org.nz/classes.
Hindi classes
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11 days ago

What's On: Religious Diversity class

Todd from Hillcrest

Waikato Interfaith Council & EarthDiverse announce their Term 4 class "Contemporary Belief & Practice" beginning Thur 17 Oct (10:00-12:30pm). Info at www.earthdiverse.org.nz/classes.
Religious Diversity class
  • Artmakers
11 days ago

This week's latest Blueprint

Hamilton Harcourts

View Hamilton Harcourts' latest interactive Blueprint.

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12 days ago

VOTING CLOSES SATURDAY 12th OCTOBER AT 12 NOON - VOTE NOW

Rudi from Hamilton Lake

PLEASE GO OUT AND VOTE - HERE ARE THE DETAILS FOR SATURDAY'S VOTING IN HAMILTON
The Council offices will be open this Saturday 12TH October from 9am to 12pm for the purpose of receiving votes and to process special votes. There will also be a drive through station set up on Anglesea St outside… View more
PLEASE GO OUT AND VOTE - HERE ARE THE DETAILS FOR SATURDAY'S VOTING IN HAMILTON
The Council offices will be open this Saturday 12TH October from 9am to 12pm for the purpose of receiving votes and to process special votes. There will also be a drive through station set up on Anglesea St outside Council during these hours so people can drop their votes off without having to get out of their car.
The community libraries (Chartwell, St Andrew's, Glenview, Dinsdale, Hillcrest) will also have ballot boxes available up until 12pm on Saturday.

12 days ago

Free Car valuation NZ

Sajed from Atlas Auto Ltd

Atlas Auto makes vehicle valuation easy & fast. We operate from five nationwide yards locations.

Our Main services towns & cities are as follow Hamilton, Auckland, Tauranga, Rotorua, Taupo, Te Awamutu, Ngaruawahia, Huntly, Thames, Waihi, Christchurch, Wellington. To find out more about our… View more
Atlas Auto makes vehicle valuation easy & fast. We operate from five nationwide yards locations.

Our Main services towns & cities are as follow Hamilton, Auckland, Tauranga, Rotorua, Taupo, Te Awamutu, Ngaruawahia, Huntly, Thames, Waihi, Christchurch, Wellington. To find out more about our service areas click here.

Atlas Auto provides a free no-obligation quotation for your any vehicles. Free and True Value My Car Now! Freephone: 0800 99 7000

www.atlasauto.co.nz...

#FreeCarValuation #ValueMyCar

13 days ago

What do you think about a bank shifting its HQ to Hamilton?

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

Major rural bank Rabobank has announced a move from Wellington to Hamilton.

"We are a 100 per cent food and agri-focused bank and we think being in a really fast-growing region like the Waikato will serve us well," chief executive Todd Charteris said.

What do you think about the move? … View more
Major rural bank Rabobank has announced a move from Wellington to Hamilton.

"We are a 100 per cent food and agri-focused bank and we think being in a really fast-growing region like the Waikato will serve us well," chief executive Todd Charteris said.

What do you think about the move? Would you like to see other businesses shift their main offices to Hamilton?

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12 days ago

How a café owner gave a homeless man a job...

AMI Insurance

Tom Reilly took a chance on a local homeless man, Matty Harris, and gave him a job in his cafe and art space in Titirangi. As a result, Matty has found a sense of purpose and rediscovered his passion for art. “Tom has taken me as I am and given me opportunities that no-one else would. It would be… View moreTom Reilly took a chance on a local homeless man, Matty Harris, and gave him a job in his cafe and art space in Titirangi. As a result, Matty has found a sense of purpose and rediscovered his passion for art. “Tom has taken me as I am and given me opportunities that no-one else would. It would be good if kindness like that was contagious.”

To read more about this inspiring act of kindness visit the AMI Hub.

#OurKindaKindness
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14 days ago

City debt to almost double

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Good afternoon neighbours,

Hamilton's biggest ever capital programme will cause city debt to almost double over the next decade.

And that's a good thing, say city bosses.

What's your opinion on the investment?

It includes opening up Peacocke south of the city and a new bridge … View more
Good afternoon neighbours,

Hamilton's biggest ever capital programme will cause city debt to almost double over the next decade.

And that's a good thing, say city bosses.

What's your opinion on the investment?

It includes opening up Peacocke south of the city and a new bridge over the river near Hamilton Gardens.

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13 days ago

GUTTER SALE

Vannessa from Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton

Metalcraft Roofing Hamilton has excess gutter coil we are wanting to clear, so for a limited time only we will be selling Gutter in selected colours or primer at only $9.50 per Lm incl GST

For more information call 07 849 3807 or email installs.hamilton@metalcraftroofing.co.nz

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13 days ago

What's On: Hamilton Anglers Club

Ray from Flagstaff

Our October meeting offers a fly tying demonstration and guest speaker Tim Anderson (NZ Rep Fly fisherman) who will provide tips on lake fishing. Visitors are welcome, view at www.hac.org
Hamilton Anglers Club
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18 days ago

What do you want to see on Hamilton's big grey wall?

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

It's big, grey, and you probably go past it all the time.

Now, the Te Koopuu Mania o Kirikiriroa wall (sometimes called the Wintec Wall) is getting a makeover.

What kind of mural would you like to see on the wall?

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13 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 22nd October 2019. 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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14 days ago

Poll: Should parents be fined if their children drop out of school?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The National Party is considering a policy of fining parents $3000 if their children drop out of school and don't enter further education or training.

Simon Bridges says "The reality is if you're not in work, education or training, you're going to be languishing in a dole … View more
The National Party is considering a policy of fining parents $3000 if their children drop out of school and don't enter further education or training.

Simon Bridges says "The reality is if you're not in work, education or training, you're going to be languishing in a dole queue, and the evidence is potentially for a long time". Do you agree with this policy? Should parents be fined?

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Should parents be fined if their children drop out of school?
  • 35.3% Yes - they are responsible for their children
    35.3% Complete
  • 25.7% It's not fair to assume they'll end up in the dole queue
    25.7% Complete
  • 38.9% No - it's not the parents' choice
    38.9% Complete
1497 votes
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