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78 days ago

THE SPOTSWOOD HALL COUNTRY MARKET - 19 SEPTEMBER

Janine from Hurunui District

The Spotswood Hall Country Market is on this Sunday 19 September, from 10am to 2pm. Free entry and lots of parking available close by. We have a very nice selection of stalls for this Market including antiques and collectables, books, clothing, locally created crafts, rustic wooden treasures for … View moreThe Spotswood Hall Country Market is on this Sunday 19 September, from 10am to 2pm. Free entry and lots of parking available close by. We have a very nice selection of stalls for this Market including antiques and collectables, books, clothing, locally created crafts, rustic wooden treasures for indoors and outside, perfumery, recycled homewares, fabric facemasks and lots more.

Every purchase you make allows you to enter our hourly spot prize draw and also our big bumper prize draw at 2pm on the day, when you'll have the opportunity to win a $100 Gifts & Finds gift voucher.

Get a group of friends together and head on over to the Spotswood Hall this Sunday. It's not too early to pick up some unique Christmas prezzies for your family and friends, while enjoying the relaxed, friendly atmosphere that is the Spotswood Hall Country Market.

At this stage Level 2 COVID protocols will be in place, so you'll need to wear a mask and sign in for contact tracing when you arrive.

Hope to see you there.

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79 days ago

Happy Māori Language Week

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

Ngā mihi o te wiki o te reo Māori e hoa mā | Happy Māori Language Week

Māori Language Week has officially started across Aotearoa. Throughout the week, we will be posting common words which you can start to use in everyday conversations such as kia pai te rā which means have a great day ⭐

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80 days ago

Fonterra are hiring near you!

Competenz

Would you like to earn while you learn and gain an NZQA recognized qualification in mechanical engineering? If the answer is yes, great news! Fonterra are offering not one, but eight mechanical engineering apprenticeship opportunities in various locations around Aotearoa!

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82 days ago

Get your financial life in order with MoneyIQ

Angela Quigan Reporter from Stuff

Hey neighbours, is it time to get your finances in order? If lockdown has focused your mind on the state of your bank account, we’re here to help.

Stuff has launched MoneyIQ, an eight-week email course that will give you all the basics you need to get your money sorted and start working towards … View more
Hey neighbours, is it time to get your finances in order? If lockdown has focused your mind on the state of your bank account, we’re here to help.

Stuff has launched MoneyIQ, an eight-week email course that will give you all the basics you need to get your money sorted and start working towards a brighter, richer future. You can sign up for free here.

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82 days ago

Career Navigator

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

Graeme Dingle Foundation Southland asked Andrew Mullins from NZAS, one of their Career Navigator Mentor's, some questions about their Career Journey.

So we wanted to ask you, what's the best advice you have been given? Let us know below in the comments, we'd love to hear from you!

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Graeme Dingle Foundation Southland asked Andrew Mullins from NZAS, one of their Career Navigator Mentor's, some questions about their Career Journey.

So we wanted to ask you, what's the best advice you have been given? Let us know below in the comments, we'd love to hear from you!

To find out more about our Career Navigator Programme click the link below!

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83 days ago

Level Two

Trina Nichols from Trina Nichols - Harcourts Marlborough

LEVEL TWO
I am sure there are some parents glad that the kids are back to school today and I am looking forward to seeing clients face to face, getting out and supporting our local businesses and of course being back in the office with our Harcourts Marlborough work family again.
There will be a … View more
LEVEL TWO
I am sure there are some parents glad that the kids are back to school today and I am looking forward to seeing clients face to face, getting out and supporting our local businesses and of course being back in the office with our Harcourts Marlborough work family again.
There will be a few precautions needed to be taken such as the use of face masks, hand sanitiser and contact tracing to ensure your safety and ours.

Trina Nichols Marlborough Real Estate
027 3271953
"Opening more doors each day"

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83 days ago

Your rights and responsibilities as a volunteer

Hannah Cunningham from Volunteer Marlborough

Here's some quick information on your rights as a volunteer (ACC, Health and Safety, freedom from harassment and discrimination), and your responsibilities around Health and Safety and use of motor vehicles: click the 'read more' button or view the image attached below

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84 days ago

KIWI, KIWI, KIWI... CAN, CAN, CAN! 💚

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation Marlborough

Kiwi Can is our energy-packed primary school programme, aimed at children aged 5 to 12 years. It teaches values such as integrity and respect, helps build resilience and delivers fun-filled learning to schools all around the country.

To find out more about our Kiwi Can programme, head to our … View more
Kiwi Can is our energy-packed primary school programme, aimed at children aged 5 to 12 years. It teaches values such as integrity and respect, helps build resilience and delivers fun-filled learning to schools all around the country.

To find out more about our Kiwi Can programme, head to our website today!

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87 days ago

Father and son graduate together

Competenz

Another great story!
Southland father and son, Robert and Bobby Baird have recently received their forestry qualifications, proving you are never too old to learn.

While Robert has practical experience gained during four decades in the bush, he says vocational training like the qualification he… View more
Another great story!
Southland father and son, Robert and Bobby Baird have recently received their forestry qualifications, proving you are never too old to learn.

While Robert has practical experience gained during four decades in the bush, he says vocational training like the qualification he has just done is helping keep people safe.

Competenz assessor Neville Muir worked with Bairds throughout their training programme.

“Bobby is very driven to succeed and very organised. He’s also very keen to continue upskilling his crew and there are a lot of different certificates still to do,” he says.

While Bobby is his boss at work, Robert turns back into ‘dad’ at the end of the day. “I give him a hand during the day when he’s got a lot of work on. We have a great relationship and it’s a magic thing to be able to do to work with your son.”

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84 days ago

It's the simple things...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Hey neighbours,

Wrapped up in our bubbles - it's certainly been a tough few weeks. With our daily routines challenged, we were able to slow down and enjoy the better things in life. That's why we want you be a part of the Neighbourly joy movement and share the simple things that make … View more
Hey neighbours,

Wrapped up in our bubbles - it's certainly been a tough few weeks. With our daily routines challenged, we were able to slow down and enjoy the better things in life. That's why we want you be a part of the Neighbourly joy movement and share the simple things that make you happy.

Share a photo or story with your neighbours and you could be in to win Good Joe Coffee and Best Ugly Bagels (or bagels for your whole street!).
Share now!

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85 days ago

Ryman Pioneers Certainty

Ryman Healthcare Limited

We’ve been pioneering village living, and aged care, for more than 35 years. Our track record is built on genuine compassion and respect and gives you the confidence to be able to live the way you want. It’s another reason New Zealanders have voted us one of the Reader’s Digest Most Trusted … View moreWe’ve been pioneering village living, and aged care, for more than 35 years. Our track record is built on genuine compassion and respect and gives you the confidence to be able to live the way you want. It’s another reason New Zealanders have voted us one of the Reader’s Digest Most Trusted Brands for a 7th year. Learn more

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85 days ago

Keep reaching out, Aotearoa! 😊

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

A simple phone call or message it all it takes sometimes.

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85 days ago

What level 2 means for you

Jake Kenny Reporter from Community News

Happy Tuesday neighbours,

Most of the country will wake up in level 2 on Wednesday morning.

The key differences to the previous level 2 restrictions are limits on gatherings. Indoors, such as in hospitality settings or event venues, the maximum number of people allowed is now 50.

Outdoors, it is… View more
Happy Tuesday neighbours,

Most of the country will wake up in level 2 on Wednesday morning.

The key differences to the previous level 2 restrictions are limits on gatherings. Indoors, such as in hospitality settings or event venues, the maximum number of people allowed is now 50.

Outdoors, it is 100 – and records must be kept of attendees at both indoor and outdoor events.

Social distancing at indoor venues has also increased, from 1 metre previously, to 2 metres under the new alert level 2.

Read the full story on what level 2 means, including where you still need to where a face mask and other key guidelines, by clicking 'Read more' below.

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90 days ago

Wanted to buy

Shirley from Blenheim

Anyone have a set of draws for sale pls

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