Havelock North, Havelock North

8 days ago

Marsh Mallow plants to give away

Julie Neighbourly Lead from Havelock North

Does anyone want any marsh mallow plants? I have too many for us to eat.

The leaves can be added to salads and the roots cooked and eaten like potatoes.

They also have medicinal uses for helping to treat bronchitis, asthma, cystitis and insect bites.

If there are any old fashioned natural … View more
Does anyone want any marsh mallow plants? I have too many for us to eat.

The leaves can be added to salads and the roots cooked and eaten like potatoes.

They also have medicinal uses for helping to treat bronchitis, asthma, cystitis and insect bites.

If there are any old fashioned natural gardeners out there who could help me identify what else is in my garden, feel free to message me and we can arrange a visit.

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8 days ago

Beginner's Poetry Workshop with Kate Spencer, Fringe Artist

The Team from St John's Presbyterian Church

Join us for a great morning, learning how to write from the heart. If you're learning English, this is a fun creative event to help you gain confidence in sharing what's on your mind. Please see attached flyer.

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8 days ago

KEA Kids News: Is this 8-year-old Rugby World Cup commentator better than the pros?

The team Reporter from Stuff

In today's news, Lote Shanley, 8, from Havelock North, has been celebrating the Rugby World Cup every night in the lounge, with his dutiful family running the ball while he makes the calls.

KEA Kids News is current affairs for kids by kids. Our young reporters find stories that connect with … View more
In today's news, Lote Shanley, 8, from Havelock North, has been celebrating the Rugby World Cup every night in the lounge, with his dutiful family running the ball while he makes the calls.

KEA Kids News is current affairs for kids by kids. Our young reporters find stories that connect with 7 to 11-year-olds to help tackle tough issues in ways you can share with your whole family. Find out more here.

17 days ago

Paula’s Cleaning

Paula from Havelock North

Oven cleaning $70-$80
One off Spring clean from $95
MOVE OUT/IN cleaning from $110

Please contact
pcleaning.co.nz...

15 days ago

CARAVAN WANTED

Lee from Akina

Would consider a 'do up', no leaks, 12-18 foot. Tidy chassis, towable. Thanks :-)

9 days ago

Award Winning Executive Home

The Team from Neighbourly Property

First time on market in 19 years, the home enjoys timeless colours/design, featuring terracotta concrete tile roof, cedar detailing and pergolas/facias, finished in copper spouting/downpipes. The design and finish of this home won 1st place regionally in the NZ Master Builder's House of the … View moreFirst time on market in 19 years, the home enjoys timeless colours/design, featuring terracotta concrete tile roof, cedar detailing and pergolas/facias, finished in copper spouting/downpipes. The design and finish of this home won 1st place regionally in the NZ Master Builder's House of the Year competition 2001. First floor includes master bedroom with ensuite, a second bedroom, bathroom, laundry, kitchen/family room, formal dining/lounge. Open the large folding doors and inside merges with outside to sunny patio living and panoramic views. Downstairs offers two double bedrooms, bathroom, double garage. Heating the home is easy thanks to ducted air-conditioning, under tile heating, double glazing. Location is superb, only meters from Havelock North's private girl's schools, Iona College and Woodford House. Property 2016 CV $870, 000, Rates $3,834pa. Our Vendors have loved living at this address, but the time to downsize has come. An address to impress, so call today to view.
Tender closes at Ray White, 17 Havelock Road, Havelock North at 2:00pm on Wednesday 30th October 2019

9 days ago

Poll: Should parents be fined if their children drop out of school?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The National Party is considering a policy of fining parents $3000 if their children drop out of school and don't enter further education or training.

Simon Bridges says "The reality is if you're not in work, education or training, you're going to be languishing in a dole … View more
The National Party is considering a policy of fining parents $3000 if their children drop out of school and don't enter further education or training.

Simon Bridges says "The reality is if you're not in work, education or training, you're going to be languishing in a dole queue, and the evidence is potentially for a long time". Do you agree with this policy? Should parents be fined?

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Should parents be fined if their children drop out of school?
  • 35.6% Yes - they are responsible for their children
    35.6% Complete
  • 25.7% It's not fair to assume they'll end up in the dole queue
    25.7% Complete
  • 38.8% No - it's not the parents' choice
    38.8% Complete
1476 votes
9 days ago

Looking to give back to your community?

The Team from Red Cross - Hastings Service Centre

New Zealand Red Cross are always looking for new Volunteers to help our both during the day and with events at night and occasionally during the weekend.

We are also looking for people who could be interested in joining our Disaster Welfare and Support Team to support your community during times … View more
New Zealand Red Cross are always looking for new Volunteers to help our both during the day and with events at night and occasionally during the weekend.

We are also looking for people who could be interested in joining our Disaster Welfare and Support Team to support your community during times of emergency (Full training provided).

If you are interested in finding out more please contact amber.mcarthur@redcross.org.nz

9 days ago

Safety alert: Unsafe child restraints sold online

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

The NZ Transport Agency is warning parents and caregivers to be vigilant when purchasing child restraints online, as some restraints currently available do not meet approved safety standards and may not keep children safe in event of a crash.

Child restraints should be labelled with any one of … View more
The NZ Transport Agency is warning parents and caregivers to be vigilant when purchasing child restraints online, as some restraints currently available do not meet approved safety standards and may not keep children safe in event of a crash.

Child restraints should be labelled with any one of these standards:
- A tick mark (indicates the restraint meets the joint New Zealand/Australian Standard
AS/NZ 1754)
- An 'E' mark (indicates the restraint meets the European Standard ECE 44 or ECE 129) - The number on the circle will vary depending on the country of certification
- Labelling that complies with the United States Standard FMVSS 213. The restraint must also show the New Zealand Standard 'S' mark indicating it is certified for use here

More information about these standards is available here.

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11 days ago

Old 1/2 or 5/8 inch iron wall or floor flanges needed

Julie Neighbourly Lead from Havelock North

You would not believe how hard it is to put up a suspended corner shower rod in a hundred plus year old bathroom.

I’ve got the rods all ready, I just need 3 old flanges. Either 1/2 or 5/8 inch. 5/8 would probably be best, but I’ll take either. If anyone has some.

I know some people will … View more
You would not believe how hard it is to put up a suspended corner shower rod in a hundred plus year old bathroom.

I’ve got the rods all ready, I just need 3 old flanges. Either 1/2 or 5/8 inch. 5/8 would probably be best, but I’ll take either. If anyone has some.

I know some people will say I should get my landlady to deal with it, but I’m happy doing it myself, with her blessing. It’s my home and I enjoy taking care of it, and putting my stamp on it, without changing the character of this grand old lady. (The house not me).

So if you are able to help, I’m happy to pay for the flanges.

11 days ago

Looking for your next property project?

Ant McLagan from DownSize NZ

The DownSize team has just tidied up this large section at a property that's full of potential. We're now clearing the inside so our client can get the property to market in October. If you're looking for a great project, watch this space...

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10 days ago

GALVANISED SPOUTING and brackets, 25 metres (in 4 lengths)

Noel from Raureka

Used condition but probably good for another 20 or 30 years. I have just joined Neighbourly today! May try and send a photo later. $50 for the lot. Mobile 027 354 2631

Price: $50

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