Bridge Pa - Longlands, Hastings

25 days ago

Ceiling fan for sale

Stephanie from Havelock North

We’ve decorated our living so changes our fan. In great working order. Pushes air up and down the room.


Perfect if you need a working fan for the hot summer we are going to have.

Any questions message me.

Price: $50

25 days ago

Table and bar stools for sale

Stephanie from Havelock North

Table and 3 bar stools for sale.
Gathering dust in the garage. No longer needed.
All in tact apart from chair in picture.
Stools go and up and down.
Can help with delivery to Hastings and Napier.

Any questions please message me.

Price: $200

36 days ago

Aquarium revamp to cost $51.3 million - What are your thoughts?

The team Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

Hi neighbours - the revamp of the National Aquarium of New Zealand is expected to cost $51.3 million before it opens in 2025.

It is said that the council was "redefining the aquarium to make a significant and positive contribution to New Zealand's aquatic environments", but an … View more
Hi neighbours - the revamp of the National Aquarium of New Zealand is expected to cost $51.3 million before it opens in 2025.

It is said that the council was "redefining the aquarium to make a significant and positive contribution to New Zealand's aquatic environments", but an environmental expert has labelled this as "unwise".

What are your thoughts? Do you think this is a good or unwise investment? What do you think about the impact it could have on the coastline?
Read more here

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28 days ago

Should prisoners be allowed to vote in the council elections?

The team Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

Hi neighbours - prisoners have expressed that they want to be able to vote in both the general election and local body elections.

They say it would help them feel human and connected to the community, with former prisoner Awatea Mita saying the voting ban is "humiliating and … View more
Hi neighbours - prisoners have expressed that they want to be able to vote in both the general election and local body elections.

They say it would help them feel human and connected to the community, with former prisoner Awatea Mita saying the voting ban is "humiliating and dehumanising".

What do you think? Should prisoners be allowed to vote in the council elections? Read more here

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25 days ago

New Stuff Circuit Investigation - watch now!

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Check out the latest work from Stuff Circuit. A must-watch for anyone seeking a better understanding of the culture that fostered the Christchurch mosque attacks. Watch now by clicking here.

26 days ago

Red Cross Journey - 1 week left to register!

The Team from Red Cross - Hastings Service Centre

It is the final week to sign up to Red Cross Journey 2019. You can sign up as an individual or as a team. It is a great team building activity and a way to get active.

Red Cross Journey will be kicking off with a Scavenger Hunt from the Hastings service centre on Sunday the 1st of September. There… View more
It is the final week to sign up to Red Cross Journey 2019. You can sign up as an individual or as a team. It is a great team building activity and a way to get active.

Red Cross Journey will be kicking off with a Scavenger Hunt from the Hastings service centre on Sunday the 1st of September. There will be a sausage sizzle courtesy of the Mad Butcher and some great prizes to be won, but to join the fun you have to be signed up for the event... plus the 1st 100 participants to raise $100 will receive a Red Cross Keep Cup.

Please visit www.redcrossjourney.org.nz... or email amber.mcarthur@redcross.org.nz to find out more!

26 days ago

Information sought after assault and robbery - can you help Police?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

At about 2:30pm on Saturday, an elderly gentleman was pulled from his silver Subaru on Townshend Street, Hastings. The three offenders assaulted him and drove off in his vehicle. The same vehicle was then used in a petrol drive-off from a Z service station.

The driver is described as being a … View more
At about 2:30pm on Saturday, an elderly gentleman was pulled from his silver Subaru on Townshend Street, Hastings. The three offenders assaulted him and drove off in his vehicle. The same vehicle was then used in a petrol drive-off from a Z service station.

The driver is described as being a fair-skinned Maori woman in her mid-20s, of solid build. Two men were described only as wearing dark hoodies and face masks.

If you have any information, please contact Hastings Police on (06) 831 0700 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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26 days ago

Careers at Silver Fern Farms

Silver Fern Farms

Silver Fern Farms offer a great team environment, good money and the opportunity to develop a lasting career in the meat processing industry.

Full training will be provided that will enable you to achieve high standards of processing skills and a chance to gain National Qualifications through … View more
Silver Fern Farms offer a great team environment, good money and the opportunity to develop a lasting career in the meat processing industry.

Full training will be provided that will enable you to achieve high standards of processing skills and a chance to gain National Qualifications through the NZQA.

So, if you are looking at a new career or a change in career and enjoy working in a team, have a "can-do" attitude, keen to learn, not afraid of hard work, we would like to hear from you.
Find out more

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26 days ago

4 coloured ramekins with lids

Emma from Akina

Red, yellow, blue and green ceramic ramekins with plastic lids.

Microwave and dishwasher safe, and the ramekins are good to go in the oven without the lids.

All the same size (the picture is a little skewed), 1/2 cup. 45mm tall, inner diameter 75mm, outer diameter 85mm.

Lids are not water/air … View more
Red, yellow, blue and green ceramic ramekins with plastic lids.

Microwave and dishwasher safe, and the ramekins are good to go in the oven without the lids.

All the same size (the picture is a little skewed), 1/2 cup. 45mm tall, inner diameter 75mm, outer diameter 85mm.

Lids are not water/air tight, but great for keeping bugs off or taking nuts etc to work.

Price: $10

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27 days ago

Ganesha statue/wall decoration

Lara from Akina

Beautiful hand carved wooden Ganesha statue and wall decoration from India. Ganesha is an Indian elephant headed god who is the remover of all obstacles. Can be hung on wall, normally close to the front entrance as a “protector”. Or just as a beautiful piece of ART. Photo taken next to spoon … View moreBeautiful hand carved wooden Ganesha statue and wall decoration from India. Ganesha is an Indian elephant headed god who is the remover of all obstacles. Can be hung on wall, normally close to the front entrance as a “protector”. Or just as a beautiful piece of ART. Photo taken next to spoon to show size. Place for hook to fit at the back for hanging.

Price: $70

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28 days ago

Steel cap John Bull boots size 10 $50.00. Worn once.

Kerry from Parkvale

Hi all. These are in the Parkvale area.

Price: $50

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28 days ago

Wedding dress size 8-10

Yvonne from Mayfair

Beautiful mermaid dress, lace up back to fit any shape like a glove
In very good condition.

Price: $200

28 days ago

RUGBY WORLD CUP BOOK 1987-2015

Yvonne from Mayfair

BY Sir Graham Henry
$20.00

Price: $20

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