Havelock North, Havelock North

29 days ago

Local collection events - Amnesty and Buy-back

Social Media Advisor from New Zealand Police

Over the next three months New Zealanders have the opportunity to ensure that all prohibited firearms are removed out of our communities.

We know that the firearms community are good New Zealanders who want to do the right thing.

These local collection points are the opportunity to do just … View more
Over the next three months New Zealanders have the opportunity to ensure that all prohibited firearms are removed out of our communities.

We know that the firearms community are good New Zealanders who want to do the right thing.

These local collection points are the opportunity to do just that.

We look forward to working with all our communities across Aotearoa as part of this journey.

www.police.govt.nz...

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30 days ago

hand-knitted woollen cardigan

Judy from Havelock North

Brand new, hand-knitted Aran cardigan, pure wool; never worn (too small for intended recipient). Size 104cm; length 71.
phone 06 8776405

Price: $200

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31 days ago

Milazo Bicycle

Lara from Akina

With brand new cushioned seat.

Price: $20

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31 days ago

MENZSHED, Hastings, move

Ric Coleman from MENZSHED, Hastings.

Hi Neighbours. Well, the move is well under way now, and electricians should be on site "livening" things up this week. Thank-you Hillmac Electrical. We've just got a few of your projects finished, (pictured) and still have a couple more to complete, but 707 Sylvan Road is still … View moreHi Neighbours. Well, the move is well under way now, and electricians should be on site "livening" things up this week. Thank-you Hillmac Electrical. We've just got a few of your projects finished, (pictured) and still have a couple more to complete, but 707 Sylvan Road is still managing. I'll be away for a couple of weeks, but call in and ask for Chris or Bill, and they can tell you if your project is a possible yes/no for us to undertake. Mon - Tues - Weds, 9 -12pm. Keep warm. Cheers. Ric. Chairman. Menzshed. Hastings.

31 days ago

Will you dunk it for Plunket?

Resene

Between 20 June and 1 July 2019, for every regularly priced blue testpot you purchase, Resene will donate $1 to Plunket – New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under five.

Plunket works together with families and … View more
Between 20 June and 1 July 2019, for every regularly priced blue testpot you purchase, Resene will donate $1 to Plunket – New Zealand's largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under five.

Plunket works together with families and communities to ensure the best start for every child. So, now’s the perfect time to try your hand at that DIY you’ve been meaning to get around to – and help support Kiwi kids in the process.

For more details, visit your local Resene owned ColorShop, NZ only.
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32 days ago

Nissan Terrano (WOF/Registered) when you renovate my caravan

Tawehi from Flaxmere

I've got a 1994 Nissan Terrano for you if you've got the skills to renovate our caravan to a negotiated standard.

The value of the Nissan is approximately $2,500. The vehicle was used for the beach when I first bought it however, due to me purchasing an Outlander, it now sits in my … View more
I've got a 1994 Nissan Terrano for you if you've got the skills to renovate our caravan to a negotiated standard.

The value of the Nissan is approximately $2,500. The vehicle was used for the beach when I first bought it however, due to me purchasing an Outlander, it now sits in my driveway. It's seen better days notwithstanding, I'm happy to re-WOF and register for 3 months once reno job has been completed.

32 days ago

Are you feeling that neighbourly spirit?

Alzheimers NZ

Got 20 minutes spare and feeling that neighbourly spirit? Why not become a Dementia Friend?

The number of Kiwis with dementia is expected to triple in the coming years. Nearly every Kiwi knows someone with dementia. That is a lot of us.

Alzheimers NZ’s Dementia Friends programme aims … View more
Got 20 minutes spare and feeling that neighbourly spirit? Why not become a Dementia Friend?

The number of Kiwis with dementia is expected to triple in the coming years. Nearly every Kiwi knows someone with dementia. That is a lot of us.

Alzheimers NZ’s Dementia Friends programme aims to make NZ a more supportive, inclusive and understanding place for people living with dementia. It only takes 20 minutes to become a Dementia Friend.

The good news is you can help people with dementia to live well. Even in the smallest of actions help. Learn more about how you can help.

Join Dementia Friends today.
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33 days ago

Lawn mower

Wayne from Havelock North

Used lawn mower surplus to requirement done less than 50 hrs work. Clean and tidy with good catcher.
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$300.00 ono

Negotiable

33 days ago

Decorative vases for a quirky home

The Team from Resene ColorShop Hastings

Bring the best of the 70s to your vase collection with this retro-inspired colour scheme in a mix of Resene colours.

Make the most of this weekend with this easy step by step project idea from Resene.

Find out how to create this quick and easy project yourself

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49 days ago

5G Network -- is this what we want in New Zealand? I don't think so - what is your view?

Jill from Karamu - Waipatu

Keep it simple & no controversy - this is not put up to have an argument about, it is simply letting people know the 'dangers' of 5G & for people to be informed of what is coming -

emfacademy.com...

33 days ago

Poll: Do you use a top sheet on your bed?

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Along with landline phones and bar soap, top sheets are allegedly an "endangered species".

It's a topic of discussion that crops up every year or so and in some places, using a top sheet when you make your bed is almost unheard of. What's your preference?

To read more, … View more
Along with landline phones and bar soap, top sheets are allegedly an "endangered species".

It's a topic of discussion that crops up every year or so and in some places, using a top sheet when you make your bed is almost unheard of. What's your preference?

To read more, click here

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Do you use a top sheet on your bed?
  • 80% Yes, of course!
    80% Complete
  • 14.4% Nah, I don't bother
    14.4% Complete
  • 5.6% Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't
    5.6% Complete
2938 votes
34 days ago

Take A Step Today For World Refugee Day 👟💛

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Around the world, communities, schools, businesses, groups and people from all walks of life are taking big and small steps in solidarity with refugees. This World Refugee Day, we challenge everyone in New Zealand to join together and take a step to make a difference.

You can take part in the … View more
Around the world, communities, schools, businesses, groups and people from all walks of life are taking big and small steps in solidarity with refugees. This World Refugee Day, we challenge everyone in New Zealand to join together and take a step to make a difference.

You can take part in the #StepWithRefugees campaign, where participants will collectively walk, run and cycle 1 billion miles - the distance refugees cover each year to reach safety, by adding your steps here: stepwithrefugees.org...

Another option is to volunteer with the New Zealand Red Cross as a Refugee Support Volunteer. Volunteers help families start again, while teaching them about New Zealand culture and connecting them with people from the community.

For anyone based in the Wairarapa, Masterton Neighbourhood Support has a programme called 'WeConnect' that matches new residents from diverse backgrounds including refugees to a local buddy. If you're interested in volunteering or supporting the programme in other ways you can email Masterton Neighbourhood Support Area Coordinator, Cathy Cameron, at: cathy@connectingcommunities.org.nz

un.org/en/events/refugeeday/

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34 days ago

Easy chair for sale

Sophie from Havelock North

Comfy chair

Price: $20

34 days ago

Garage sale

Mya from Parkvale

Garage sale Sat 22nd June at 102a Riverslea Road North. 7am. Homewears including kitchen items, sheets, clothing and some furniture.

Negotiable

37 days ago

Volunteer Week

Rhonda from Hastings Central

This Week is Volunteer Week!
Thank you to every single person in our community who takes time to care for others by giving of their efforts, skills and resources. Volunteers often work tirelessly and do it without payment. They show love and kindness, compassion and a sense of sharing, mercy … View more
This Week is Volunteer Week!
Thank you to every single person in our community who takes time to care for others by giving of their efforts, skills and resources. Volunteers often work tirelessly and do it without payment. They show love and kindness, compassion and a sense of sharing, mercy and grace.
A BIG SHOUT OUT TO EVERYONE WHO VOLUNTEERS. How about you use this post to give thanks and pay tribute to those you know who volunteer in any way, shape or form. Like a Good Sorts Post! They might be currently active. They might be retired but you are thankful for what you saw them doing. They might no longer be with us but their memory and what they did is something you would like to honour.
I will start:
* I want to honour all the parents who go into schools to help out with reading, sharpening pencils, school trips and camps, looking out for kids and providing a uniform when they see someone is without or the parent who sends along extra lunch to share for kids who don't have any. (I know schools say not to, but I was never good at following those kinds of rules and neither were my kids, if a kid is hungry and they have no lunch, too bad, I sent extra sandwiches to share...sshhh no growling me!) And the parents who coach sports teams - you ROCK! And the parents who look out for other parents and go out of their way to make friends, so that they feel supported and welcome. Susan Brown, Lisa Reeves, Paula Richardson, Claire Barlow, Adele Stuart, Rona Akkerman (sorry about the spelling not sure there), Julie Norris, Benji Carey-Smith, Val Baker, Simon Moffit, Coach Moore for Soccer, Craig who has done the Gymnastics at the Hastings Gym Club, Peter Alexander, Sasha Watt, ... oh my the list goes on for me! Huge thanks to you and the many others who volunteered to help my kids and other kids!

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