Bridge Pa - Longlands, Hastings

12 days ago

Poll: Do you consider yourself to be happy?

Paul Reporter from Stuff

New Zealand is one of the happiest countries in the world, but how do you even define happiness?

There's a growing body of research on happiness showing the things that make us happier, and things that detract from our happiness. Read more from our "Good Life Guide" here.

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Do you consider yourself to be happy?
  • 75.5% Yes, I am happy
    75.5% Complete
  • 24.5% No, I am not happy
    24.5% Complete
1304 votes
13 days ago

Want to connect with 63,000 people in Hawkes Bay?

James Stevens from Neighbourly

Hi Hawkes Bay. My name is James Stevens and I am your Account Director for Neighbourly and Stuff.

I am a digital media sales advisor with 15 years of sales experience. I'm here to help you promote your business across the Neighbourly and Stuff websites. I believe I can build the perfect … View more
Hi Hawkes Bay. My name is James Stevens and I am your Account Director for Neighbourly and Stuff.

I am a digital media sales advisor with 15 years of sales experience. I'm here to help you promote your business across the Neighbourly and Stuff websites. I believe I can build the perfect solution to help you connect with your customers.

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13 days ago

150TH CELEBRATION

Elma Pienaar from St Columba's Presbyterian Church

All present and past members of St Columba's Church Havelock North are invited to join us in celebrating 150 years of being part of Havelock North on 26 and 27 October. Registration forms and the programme is available on the website, www.schn.org.nz... and in the church office - 877 8096, … View moreAll present and past members of St Columba's Church Havelock North are invited to join us in celebrating 150 years of being part of Havelock North on 26 and 27 October. Registration forms and the programme is available on the website, www.schn.org.nz... and in the church office - 877 8096, info@schn.org.nz

13 days ago

Horse Picture

Marie from Flaxmere

Gorgeous Horse Picture in a Frame

Price: $15

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13 days ago
24 days ago

Are we living in a culture that doesn't allow us to adequately supervise our young children?

The team Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

Child development expert Nathan Wallis says "we've created an economy where it's impossible to buy a house in New Zealand without having two parents go to work, so how are we expected to be available to walk kids to school every day?".

Do you agree with this? Do you think … View more
Child development expert Nathan Wallis says "we've created an economy where it's impossible to buy a house in New Zealand without having two parents go to work, so how are we expected to be available to walk kids to school every day?".

Do you agree with this? Do you think we're part of a culture that doesn't allow us to adequately supervise young children?

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18 days ago

Murky tap water - Are you worried about your health?

The team Reporter from Hawke's Bay News

Hi neighbours - a Napier local has said she ran her tap for five minutes, but the water was still brown.

Brown water has been an issue since 2017, and while councillors say it's "Napier's number one priority", there's no knowing when the issue will be fixed. Locals have… View more
Hi neighbours - a Napier local has said she ran her tap for five minutes, but the water was still brown.

Brown water has been an issue since 2017, and while councillors say it's "Napier's number one priority", there's no knowing when the issue will be fixed. Locals have labeled the issue as "shocking", "disgusting", "horrific" and "home brew".

Are you concerned for your health? Are you dealing with murky tap water in your home? Find out more here

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14 days ago

Out of My Mind - our latest podcast is now live

The Team Reporter from Stuff

Stuff's new podcast, Out of My Mind, is a series of true stories about mental health, told by the people who’ve been there.

In each episode, one person talks to journalist Adam Dudding about their life, and the view from inside their head. These first-person dispatches from the front … View more
Stuff's new podcast, Out of My Mind, is a series of true stories about mental health, told by the people who’ve been there.

In each episode, one person talks to journalist Adam Dudding about their life, and the view from inside their head. These first-person dispatches from the front lines of mental health are moving, yet also full of moments of surprise, tenderness and humour.

There are seven episodes. Two are available now and the following five will be released each Monday. Listen to the latest podcast here.

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14 days ago

COLUMBA SECOND HAND BOOK SHOOP

Elma Pienaar from St Columba's Presbyterian Church

Our little book shop is closed for renovations until further notice. Thank you to all our supporters for your patronage!

15 days ago

Life According to Dad – Win $500*

The Team from Ryman Healthcare Limited

If dads were to have a superpower, it would be to share invaluable life advice. The type of advice that, while unwelcome at the time, stays with you year after year.

To celebrate Father’s Day, we ask you to share your dad’s unique brand of wisdom with New Zealand. Friend, joker, bee sting … View more
If dads were to have a superpower, it would be to share invaluable life advice. The type of advice that, while unwelcome at the time, stays with you year after year.

To celebrate Father’s Day, we ask you to share your dad’s unique brand of wisdom with New Zealand. Friend, joker, bee sting remover, hero.

Share your dad’s life lessons and be in to win a $500* Prezzy card.

Click here to share your dad’s nuggets of wisdom – and be in to win $500*.

T's & C's apply*.
Share your lessons

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15 days ago

Thanks Warehouse Stationery!

Julia de Ruiter from The Salvation Army NZ

We want to say a huge thank you to Warehouse Stationery and their customers for their support of our Aspire Youth Programme. Over the past four years, Warehouse Stationery’s Add a Dollar Appeal has raised more than a quarter of a million dollars to help young Kiwis overcome their challenges and … View moreWe want to say a huge thank you to Warehouse Stationery and their customers for their support of our Aspire Youth Programme. Over the past four years, Warehouse Stationery’s Add a Dollar Appeal has raised more than a quarter of a million dollars to help young Kiwis overcome their challenges and achieve success!

More than 1,000 young people have completed the Aspire programme, and thanks to the generosity of Warehouse Stationery customers, many more will get the chance to take part in the course in the future.

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15 days ago

Be the business locals turn to first

Alison Perkins from Neighbourly.co.nz

Becoming a Neighbourly Premium Business allows you to connect with people that live near your business, the people you’re most likely to meet in real life.

If you'd like to be the business that locals turn to first, why don't you consider Neighbourly Premium?

"After signing … View more
Becoming a Neighbourly Premium Business allows you to connect with people that live near your business, the people you’re most likely to meet in real life.

If you'd like to be the business that locals turn to first, why don't you consider Neighbourly Premium?

"After signing up with Neighbourly in August 2017, we quickly noticed the number of users that were engaging with us through our messages. As Auckland’s number one moving and delivery company, we wanted Neighbourly members to understand what makes our customers love us.

"We’ve been able to do just that through our messages and posts. The benefits of Neighbourly in Auckland were so great that as soon as we opened our second branch in Tauranga it was one of our priorities to set up! It really works and the more effort you put in, the better the results you get." -- Devan Devaroyan, Director of Smart Express

Want to learn more about how you can use Neighbourly to promote your business? Give your local Stuff sales representative a call.
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15 days ago

Hawke's Bay Jazz Club hosting schools' Jazz Bands

Rhonda from Hastings Central

Thank you so much to Susan Donaldson and Ian (sorry don't have your last name) and all of the Hawke's Bay Jazz Club members for hosting a brilliant evening of dinner and music at the Sailing Club this evening. It was wonderful to see and hear the Jazz bands and singing jazz solos and … View moreThank you so much to Susan Donaldson and Ian (sorry don't have your last name) and all of the Hawke's Bay Jazz Club members for hosting a brilliant evening of dinner and music at the Sailing Club this evening. It was wonderful to see and hear the Jazz bands and singing jazz solos and groups including a Barber Shop Quartet - they were absolutely brilliant.

I would like to publically honour and thank Anton Wuts and David Self and all of the teachers who made this evening possible. A special thanks to the students and staff of Sacred Heart for turning up tonight - you have gone the extra mile in a week of sadness. Well done Young Lass who sung so beautifully. :-)

Congratulations to all of the players and singers who performed this evening. And a huge thanks also to the bar staff and the most terrific cooks in the kitchen and wait staff - as always the food was magnificent. Thank you.

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