336 days ago

Have you heard the latest?

Princess Alexandra Retirement Village

With our Lifestyle magazine you can read all about the happenings going on in the villages, from ballet, our new partnerships to dad jokes. Click on the link below to read our third edition for the year.

More messages from your neighbours
15 days ago

Help with Downsizing or with a Deceased Estate

Ant McLagan from DownSize NZ

Hi Neighbours

You may have seen our vehicles around your neighbourhood but be uncertain about what we do.

At DownSize NZ, we clear unwanted possessions from homes. We help our clients to dispose of unwanted items from their house, garage or section and we sell, donate, recycle or dump items on their behalf.

As well as helping clients when downsizing or moving into care, around half of our work involves deceased estates where we provide a complete service of clearing possessions and preparing homes for sale. As well as clearing possessions we tidy-up sections, complete necessary house maintenance and arrange any repairs needed to ensure the property achieves the best sale price possible.

For reference, we're a local Hawkes Bay business, have been Police-vetted and we take no commissions on items we sell. You can read what our clients say about us and see some examples of our work at downsize.co.nz...

So if you or someone you know needs a hand with downsizing or help with a deceased estate, please get in touch on 06 601 4266.

Kind regards, Ant and Sue McLagan
Owners, DownSize NZ
Ph 06 601 4266

9 hours ago

Can you spare Two Hours of your Time for Breast Cancer Support?

Susie Neighbourly Lead from Havelock North

Hi there Hawkes Bay – fourteen people have signed up in response to my earlier notice - thank you.

We still need another 45 volunteers for HASTINGS. We need 21 for this weekend and 24 for 13-14 November.
Could you please give two hours of your time? The web site will close off later this week, so if you can help please comment below or PM me and I will contact you.

Also, please ask your friends and family to lend a helping hand – men are more than welcome – remember – men can get breast cancer too! Also you can bring your dog and / or your children / grandchildren.

I look forward to working with you all – in the pink: a scarf, a skirt, earrings, a whimsy, a wig, a t-shirt/jacket/jumper, pink feather boa, pink bowler hat – some / any / all of those!

Susie McCutcheon
Pink Ribbon Appeal Co-ordinator for Hastings

6 days ago

Today at 4:30 pm on Radio Kidnappers - Edited this was for Thursday but you can listen in on Radio Kidnappers website.

Rhonda from Hastings Central

Hi there,
Thank you so much to everyone who has been in contact to say how much they enjoyed my brand new radio programme, "Good Grief - with Rhonda At Your Service".

Episode 1 is being repeated today (Thursday) and next Thursday also, at 4:30 pm on Radio Kidnappers. Lawrie Willis from Willis Legal has some nuggets of gold to share and I honour my good friend
Dr John Kerr.
Each month there will be a new programme.
October's chat is titled, "E Noho Ra, Tata, Goodbye - I'm Off. Here's What You Need to Know When I'm Gone."
You won't want to miss it! :-)