Bridge Pa - Longlands, Hastings

44 days ago

Lucas Adjustable Spanner Collectors Item

Ray from Mayfair

I am selling my Lucas Girder Adjustable Spanner, which is a collectors item. Offers around $50 considered.

Negotiable

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45 days ago

Setting your kids up financially, for life

Kelly Dennett Reporter from Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star-Times is investigating how parents can best set their children up for financial security, particularly teaching them about spending and saving. We're on the hunt for advice, tips and stories from parents and families. Would you be willing to speak to us, or offer your two … View moreThe Sunday Star-Times is investigating how parents can best set their children up for financial security, particularly teaching them about spending and saving. We're on the hunt for advice, tips and stories from parents and families. Would you be willing to speak to us, or offer your two cents? You can reply to this post with a comment, or if you're happy to be interviewed, please email kelly.dennett@stuff.co.nz.

45 days ago

Pantry

Marie from Flaxmere

Does Anybody have a Pantry they no longer require and are willing to giveaway for Free Please. Thanks in Advance

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45 days ago

LAW OF ATTRACTION HASTINGS (also on Meetup.com)

Marie from Parkvale

LAW OF ATTRACTION HASTINGS (for more info, rsvp or to ask questions the group is on Meetup.com)
Mondays 7pm
Think & bring what you want into your life. This is so exciting, because it puts the control for creating what we want firmly in our hands! Folk new to or experienced in Law Of … View more
LAW OF ATTRACTION HASTINGS (for more info, rsvp or to ask questions the group is on Meetup.com)
Mondays 7pm
Think & bring what you want into your life. This is so exciting, because it puts the control for creating what we want firmly in our hands! Folk new to or experienced in Law Of Attraction welcome. $3 for room hire. Heratuanga Women's Centre. Cnr and, Eastbourne Street East, Hastings. After hours so men welcome. Gentle, (non pushy), presentation of short video clips & cuppa and a chat.
p.s 5 minute video clip available for anyone wanting it sent to them that shows how quantum physics has now proved the reality of law of attraction. Marie or FB name is: Marmaduke Patrick

47 days ago

Can anyone else smell burning rubber or plastic in Mahora?

Jasmine from Mahora

Someone is burning plastic or rubber. Early this morning and again now. Please stop. The smell is terrible.

46 days ago

Educational books

Jenny from Havelock North

Almost brand new - no writing in books. Made photo copies of books on which the kids wrote.

Pic 4: green book - kindergarten maths k2 ages 5-6 ( my boy just wrote on the first 3 pages).

Negotiable

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46 days ago

4x4 rims and tryes

Todd from Raureka

For sale 4x4 rims with tyres off Isuzu mu. $300

Price: $300

46 days ago

Lost at sea

Marty Sharpe Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

Five washing-machine sized, bright yellow, technical instruments valued at $30,000 each have been lost at sea.

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46 days ago

WIN with your summer photography!

Canon NZ

There are six prizes up for grabs for this year's Canon Amateur Photo Awards. Get snapping, and you could WIN! Find out more

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46 days ago

We still have over 100 tickets!

Six60 tour

We’re in the new year but our SIX60 competition is still going!

There are over 100 tickets that are yet to be claimed so there is plenty left to WIN. Don’t forget about the exclusive concert from one of the supporting acts of the SIX60 tours you could win for your neighbourhood.

To be … View more
We’re in the new year but our SIX60 competition is still going!

There are over 100 tickets that are yet to be claimed so there is plenty left to WIN. Don’t forget about the exclusive concert from one of the supporting acts of the SIX60 tours you could win for your neighbourhood.

To be eligible, make sure you are a verified Neighbourly member (need a hand verifying your address? Click here).

We’ll also need to see you being more Neighbourly, whether it’s posting to your neighbourhood, replying to questions or inviting your neighbour to join the site (we’ve put together a few ideas here).
Have you won?

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49 days ago

LOOK AFTER YOUR PETS IN THE HEAT

Elma from Havelock North

I saw a lady running with her faithful pooch on a lead at 1.00pm. It looked as if the dog's paws were burning on the hot concrete, but mommy was clearly more focused on her running than on her dog's discomfort. They do not wear fancy footwear to protect their paws!

47 days ago

Hastings St Joseph school uniform

Lily from Hastings Central

In very good condition. The winter dress is size 67. The PE top is size 10. They could be sale separately. Please contact 027 9259550.

Price: $40

49 days ago

Snail mail

Julie Neighbourly Lead from Havelock North

Do you still write letters? Actual paper and pen letters? Do you fold them nicely in thirds and poo them in an envelope? Do you take the time to check and write out, legibly, the recipients address, on the front then check you got it right, according to your little, or big, address book?
Yes?
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Do you still write letters? Actual paper and pen letters? Do you fold them nicely in thirds and poo them in an envelope? Do you take the time to check and write out, legibly, the recipients address, on the front then check you got it right, according to your little, or big, address book?
Yes?
Wonderful. I’m glad people still do that.
Did you forget anything?
No?
Are you sure?
How about the return address?
No? You left it off on purpose?
It’s a surprise?
They’ll know who it’s from anyway?
Ahh, of course!
But will the person who moved into their house when they left, or passed away?

Every Christmas, in every house I’ve lived in, in a Havelock North, I receive mail, usually from West Midlands, UK, for people who have moved on. Usually years before. And no one knows them anymore, in the area. Sometimes the envelopes are thin , quite clearly letters or cards, other times thick, possibly with small presents in them.
And no one knows where the intended recipients are.
The dead letter office, or the bin, are the likely recipients, after I give up trying to locate the intended recipients.
If you move,make sure you tell people where you go, or put a permanent stop in your mail. Especially if you generally receive mail from overseas. Or if you just don’t want to get the mail.
And if you do have someone you usually hear from and haven’t for a while, contact them and say “hey, do you have my new address?”
That said, does anyone know the Cunningham’s, Hayley and John. Or Alex van Asch.
The Fords, formerly of Legorne Lane, are probably still missing their Christmas mail from the UK, too.

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