Kaitaia, Kaitaia

6 hours ago

Stop Pests in their Tracks with 10% discount from PESTWORX

Ann from PESTWORX

Call 0800 PESTWORX | 0800 737 896
And receive a 10% discount off your next treatment
Offer valid until end of March
Stop Pests in their Tracks
With PESTWORX

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9 hours ago

AYURVEDIC consultations now available in Kerikeri

Vanessa from Kerikeri District

Hi, we are newly relocated to Northland from Kauai, Hawaii. I just wanted to let neighbours know we feel blessed to be here, you folks and the aina are beautiful. Thank you for the warm welcome.
We will be hosting some community educational events soon and we are able to offer some discounted … View more
Hi, we are newly relocated to Northland from Kauai, Hawaii. I just wanted to let neighbours know we feel blessed to be here, you folks and the aina are beautiful. Thank you for the warm welcome.
We will be hosting some community educational events soon and we are able to offer some discounted services (for NZ residents) until we get our new centre established. You can come by our rental house in Kerikeri, or meet through video-chat if that's more convenient. Visit our freshly rebranded website (a work in progress :) to find out more or just check out all the free wellness resources available there. www.halepule.com...
Aloha, Vanessa

3 days ago

Water restrictions spread: what do you think?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Paihia, Opua, Waitangi, Kawakawa and Moerewa are now on Level 4 water restrictions, joining Kaikohe, Ngawha and Kaitaia. This means water is used for essential use only and outdoor water use is banned. What do you think? How are you coping with the restrictions?

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1 day ago

Learn te reo Māori!

Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi

Te Pōkaitahi Reo

Meet Parminder Singh (Punjabi) who shares his journey with Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi:

“Studying in the Pōkaitahi Reo programme has allowed me to develop a totally beautiful and unique relationship with Māori communities. The learning has helped my work to … View more
Te Pōkaitahi Reo

Meet Parminder Singh (Punjabi) who shares his journey with Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi:

“Studying in the Pōkaitahi Reo programme has allowed me to develop a totally beautiful and unique relationship with Māori communities. The learning has helped my work to bridge gaps between Māori and others in our multicultural communities. When I look back, I feel really proud. It’s a great feeling when I speak te reo Māori. It’s a privilege.”

Share in Parminder’s experience and enquire now for 2020. These programmes are tuition fee free!
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1 day ago

What's On: Bay of Islands Genealogy Group

Robin from Kerikeri District

Meetings last Saturday of the month 9.30 - 12.00. Guest speaker for March, Kaye Dragicevich author, historian. Pioneer Dalmation settlers and gum diggers. For details contact Robin, phone 094077260
Bay of Islands Genealogy Group
  • Kingston House
1 day ago

What's On: Kororipo Heritage Park Festival

June from Kerikeri District

FREE family outdoor festival fun celebrating Kerikeri's 200th birthday down at Kerikeri Basin. Two stages, headline artists, local talent, food, craft, culture, history, children's playground, art, talks, and more. www.tuhonokerikeri.nz
Kororipo Heritage Park Festival
  • Kororipo Heritage Park - Kerikeri Basin
1 day ago

Young Kiwis Ask for Social Media Safeguards

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

📱 Young people recognise the dangers of social media and are asking for safeguards to be put in place to protect them – including having its safe use taught in schools as part of the curriculum.

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1 day ago

Why we're putting quality first...

Cooper's Pet Kitchen

Hi neighbours! At Cooper's Pet Kitchen our food is free of cheap fillers like grains, corn, soy & wheat... but what does that really mean?

It means there’s more protein-packed nutrition in every bite. We’re big believers in quality over quantity so while our food may be a little … View more
Hi neighbours! At Cooper's Pet Kitchen our food is free of cheap fillers like grains, corn, soy & wheat... but what does that really mean?

It means there’s more protein-packed nutrition in every bite. We’re big believers in quality over quantity so while our food may be a little more expensive than some, its nutrient density makes for smaller portions with more readily absorbable nutrients.

Get more bang for your dog’s bite with 50% OFF your first order with code NEIGHBOURLY.

This also means a decrease in what comes out the other end... less 'picking up' what they’re 'putting down' at the dog park if you catch our drift.
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21 days ago

The first Readers Tour in 2020 is...

The Team from Readers Tours

The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit … View more
The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April

Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.

Bookings are limited. Visit www.readerstours.co.nz... to find out more or call us on 0800 080 099.

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2 days ago

Book - Cannibals, Crocodiles and Cassowaries

Ross from Kerikeri District

Now in his 70s, Ross Lockyer spent much of his life living and working in the forestry and logging industry in remote locations in the Pacific and Asia (Papua New Guinea, Irian Jaya/West Papua, Borneo, Sumatra, Burma and more). With a gung-ho approach to life (and his own safety), Ross threw … View moreNow in his 70s, Ross Lockyer spent much of his life living and working in the forestry and logging industry in remote locations in the Pacific and Asia (Papua New Guinea, Irian Jaya/West Papua, Borneo, Sumatra, Burma and more). With a gung-ho approach to life (and his own safety), Ross threw himself into his work and immersed himself in the local culture and communities wherever he went, learning the languages and customs that helped him fit in and do his job. He had many hair-raising adventures and close scrapes, and he encountered many amazing people wherever he went. This book is about Ross's time in pre-independence Papua New Guinea (1967-73) and captures a particular time in history when real adventure was still possible, and a young man's attitude made those adventures happen. His retelling is as fresh as if it happened yesterday and there is never a dull moment. The book includes some 60 coloured photographs from Ross's vast collection, which richly illustrate his writing.

Sample review from Brent.
A thoroughly enjoyable read written in a warm intimate kiwi style (often humorous) that really draws you in to Ross’s experiences. At times I felt like I was there with him facing the myriad of challenges, joys, hardships and fun of a kiwi bushman's life in late 60’s PNG. What’s so great about this story is that it’s equal part personal experience, PNG people & culture, environment and nature and Ross’s work life in forestry. It’s told from the kiwi bloke adventurer perspective in language that’s easily relatable - although very informative, it doesn’t come off as academic ‘study’ of PNG. On the contrary it strikes a great blend of personal recounts, observation and information based on the context of the events. This is an inspiring tale, especially in a modern age where we’re overly tempted to take the easy route and live vicariously through digital domains such as social media - this will light a spark in every youngster to get out there and LIVE!

Price: $33

8 days ago

How has council's preparation been for the drought?

Denise Piper Reporter from Northern News

Kaikohe and Kaitaia residents think the Far North District Council should have better prepared for droughts like the one Northland is in now. But the council says the drought is an exceptional circumstance, testing supplies that are usually reliable. What do you think?

3 days ago

Help us be there.

NZ Red Cross

Always wanted to help New Zealand Red Cross?... now you can!

Our Red Cross Appeal is coming up and we would love your help. Can you spare an hour or two of your time to help vulnerable people in your community and overseas?

During 16-22 March 2020, we will have street collections around the… View more
Always wanted to help New Zealand Red Cross?... now you can!

Our Red Cross Appeal is coming up and we would love your help. Can you spare an hour or two of your time to help vulnerable people in your community and overseas?

During 16-22 March 2020, we will have street collections around the country. We would love to have you on our team.
Sign up today

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3 days ago

Concrete Services

Elijah from Kaitaia

Kia Ora Neighborly , With the weather in shape it's now a great time to get those concrete projects out of the way Fuzion Concrete offer great quality work at affordable rates, we offer FREE QUOTES with great customer service to back them, give us a call on 0212072295 or check us out on … View moreKia Ora Neighborly , With the weather in shape it's now a great time to get those concrete projects out of the way Fuzion Concrete offer great quality work at affordable rates, we offer FREE QUOTES with great customer service to back them, give us a call on 0212072295 or check us out on Facebook @Fuzion Concrete, look forward to hearing from you. Cheers

Elijah Wilson
Fuzion Concrete
Mobile: 0212072295
Email: fuzionconcrete@gmail.com
Facebook: Fuzion Concrete

3 days ago

Have you experienced Readers Tours? We'd love your feedback

The Team from Readers Tours

If you have been on a journey with Readers Tours we would love to hear your feedback and share your experience with others.

If you would like to leave a review on Google, please click the link below

Click Here to review > g.page...

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5 days ago

Pioneering retirement for a trailblazing generation

Ryman Healthcare Limited

Our residents are not shy or retiring. They live their lives with passion and purpose. They strive to push further, create better, and go beyond the ordinary. We are pioneering a new way to live in retirement. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.… View moreOur residents are not shy or retiring. They live their lives with passion and purpose. They strive to push further, create better, and go beyond the ordinary. We are pioneering a new way to live in retirement. One with flexibility, certainty, and the ability to dial care up and down as you need it.

Ryman has been pioneering retirement living for 35 years. Our New Zealand and Australian villages are named after trailblazers: Sir Edmund Hilary, Weary Dunlop, Rita Angus, Nellie Melba. We always have, and always will, challenge the status quo and adapt to better serve our residents.
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